Spring Break March 22-26!

Sunshine makes us SILLY!! We are ready for spring!

The Tri-Valley Titan Sports Cooperative is hiring for the position of head boys basketball coach. Interested applicants would be responsible for managing the program, running practices (including summer options) and bringing along a very young team. If you are interested in applying, please go to documents, applications, and coaching. Return completed applications in person or via email to Sara Kindall ( in the Cambridge HS office; and/or Jennifer Uhlenkott ( in the Midvale HS office. This position is open until filled. Thank you for your consideration. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.


Congratulations to the Titan Girls B-ball team for winning the state tournament!! This is the Titans’ first state championship in program history. On the road to the banner the team defeated Camas County in the first round 48-35. In the semifinals they rocked the defending state champion Rockland Bulldogs 45-26. The Titans faced off against the Kendrick Tigers for the title in the Ford Idaho Center. The score was tied at 29 at the end of the first half. The Titans pace of play and swarming defense wore on the Tigers and earned Tri-Valley a 54-48 victory in the Title game. Pictured: Sally Gibson, Dennis Holmes, Kristin Nolte, Abigail Atnip, Maren Hansen, Manon Tyler, Hadley Atnip, Bailey Whitener, Becca Chandler, Tyler Gressley, Head Coach Jeff Springer. On the bottom row the five seniors: Emma Hollon, Lauryn Mitchell, Larissa Hansen, Josey Jones and Zoe Ertel.

Tip-Off Dodgeball Tourney Champs: Troy, Rusty, Charlie, Shaun & Trenton!

Monster Dolls!

Mrs. LaFollette’s 7th grade class created Monster Dolls for the 1st grade students. The 1st graders created, colored and inspired their own version of a monster. The 7th graders then planned, cut, sewed and stuffed the monsters to life.

Ms. Lisa’s cooking classes used 2020 to whip-up some delicious treats.

The Class of 2021 completed their senior project presentations on 12/10.

September 10, 2020

On Monday, August 31, 2020, USDA approved funding to feed ALL children ages 1-18, with breakfast and lunch at no cost through the 2020-2021 school year!! 

For those parents who have money in their students’ accounts, this money will carry forward until this program ends and students must once again pay for meals.  For parents whose children have been charging for their past meals, those charges will remain on the students’ accounts.  If parents have any questions about this program, please contact the school at 208-355-2234.

Even though meals are currently free for all students, the District asks that parents continue to fill out the free and reduced lunch application as these statistics are tied to other federal funding.

Families of children (ages 1-18) not enrolled in Midvale School District, should contact the school at 208-355-2234 for instruction if they would like to participate. (This institution is an equal opportunity provider.)

Please click the link below to view the district’s reopening plan for fall of 2020: