Lobo Pup's News Page

As “part of the pack,” we know you want to keep informed about all that’s happening at Taylor. Here you’ll find the information you need to do just that. Be sure to bookmark this page, and check back often for updates on school events, fundraising opportunities, student achievements, and other great news from our pack!

9-11 Tribute

Snowflake High School participated in their annual 9-11 tribute. Because of all the amazing 9-11 tributes we have done in the past, our football team was chosen to receive special team shirts for the game. The football players could keep the shirts but instead decided to leave them for future teams to use on the 9-11 games. Laurie Brimhall student council advisor goes to a lot of work, along with her student council members to put on an amazing event for our community. This is an awesome tradition to be a part of. Be sure to watch the video below, and have some tissues handy!

Blood Drive

Find the hero in you by donating blood. Our Snowflake High School Community Blood Drive is from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. For complete details, please see our blood drive flyer. Remember, giving blood saves lives.

Snowflake High School Community Blood Drive
National Hello Week

Hello Week is a nationwide week-long initiative starting on September 24. The hope is that this initiative will help students feel included and begin to show kindness to others they may not know at school. It provides an opportunity to talk about not excluding those you do not know but including them in your circle of friends. Each year we have new students move into our school. Our fourth graders are new every year, go out of your way to be kind and nice. Please help make this a safe and happy place to be during the day, do not be a bystander if you see bullying behavior. Our motto is "make someone smile today”, so let's make it happen! Please see our Hello Week flyer for information on the week's events.

Homecoming 2018

Homecoming 2018Homecoming week is on Monday, October 1 through Saturday, October 6. Activities include a class assembly, ice cream social, bonfire, movie night, and much more! The homecoming football game is on Friday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m., and the week ends with the homecoming dance on Saturday, October 6 from 9:00 to 11:30 p.m. at Taylor Elementary. Please see our homecoming activities schedule for complete details on all of the events.

Many of our homecoming events are open to the public. For information on these events, please see our homecoming poster. Go, Lobos!

9-11 Flag Raising Ceremony

Click to view more photos of September 11th Flag CeremonyWe had our 9-11 flag raising ceremony on September 11, 2018, at 8:00 a.m. Students gathered around the flagpole where Student Council President Kimber Hatch introduced the new council members. 6th grade choir students sang "Proud to be an American", and the flag was raised then lowered to half staff. Kimber lead the students in the pledge and preamble. Mrs. Caldwell lead the students in the national anthem after a moment of silence. Mrs. Caldwell thanked all for being respectful and encouraged them to be grateful for the freedoms we have.



6th Graders Say Thank You

For a class project in 6th grade, Addison Craner, Eliana Nunez, and Abbie Williams made a thank you card for our student council members. We appreciate our student council and all the hard work they do!

Student council members accept thank you cards and students pose with thank you cards
Community Clean-Up Night

Click to view moreA huge thank you to all the students, parents, scout groups, community members, and staff that showed up to the community clean up night on August 29 from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. We had a great turn out with people bringing shovels, rakes, and weed eaters. The weeds where pulled or cut down, the trash was picked up, and sidewalks were cleared off for safer use. Thanks again to all!

Annual Staff/Family Cookout

Staff members and their families drink from bright colored cups outsideThe annual staff/family cookout was a delicious success yet again this year. Ms. Muder's brother, Vance, and his lovely wife, Michelle, played host and cooks to the staff and their families for a scrumptious dinner. It is a relaxing time for all to come and visit. A huge thank you to Ms. Muder, Vance and Michelle Muder, Roy and Pam Brimhall, and Chelan Farr for putting this event together, cooking, and hosting the staff.