Titan Fans:  We so appreciate all of the support that you have shown our teams.  Unfortunately at this time, we will not be allowed to have fans in attendance at our games.  Only essential personnel and a few designated others are permitted to be in attendance.  Attempts will be made to stream these events via FB live.  We apologize for the disappointment this may cause, but we are committed to doing whatever it takes to keep our players competing.  We look forward to a time when we can all join our voices, clap our hands and cheer together in the future.

Student Body President Lauryn Mitchell welcomes the students to the Veterans Program.

We were unable to have our traditional Veterans Day Program, but we did have a small ceremony and performance. We hope our veterans know how much we respect and honor them. We strive to instill in our students the importance of being patriots, good citizens and pride in their country and its heritage. We hope to be able to see all of our veteran heroes next year for our traditional program.    

K-3 students point to our “Grand Old Flag”.


The 2020 Titan VB team made history Saturday by being the first team in the Titan cooperative to ever win a championship! We are so proud of these ladies and their coach!! From left to right: Amanda Uhlenkott, Morgan Gibbons, Manon Tyler, Maren Hansen , Coach Jennifer Uhlenkott, Hadley Atnip, Zoe Ertel, Larissa Hansen, Bailey Whitener, Jodee Zenger, and Abigale Atnip.

Thank you Miss Rose VanHook for buying our entire school caramel apples! We so appreciate your thoughtfulness!

This position has been filled, thank you for your interest. The Tri-Valley Titans Sports Cooperative is looking to hire a JRH Boys Basketball coach. Please send completed applications to KyLee Morris at or deliver to the Midvale School District main office. This position is open until filled.

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.)

These elementary students are leading a perfectly balanced life!
7th Grade community service!!

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