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Timberline School and Peck Elementary School
2md Quarter Honor Roll 2017-18

Congratulations to the following students from: Konkolville Motel, Goffinet and Clack Chartered, Riverside Lanes, State Farm Insurance, Valley Motor Parts, Walrath Insurance, Family Eye Care and Window on the Clearwater:

Timberline School

Highest Honors

Fourth Grade
Eli Hendren
Kiahna McCollum
Elizabeth Stemrich
Fifth Grade
Kyd Bonner
Tryston Jones
Sixth Grade

High Honors

Fourth Grade
Daniel Stieger
Fifth Grade
Bryson Hernandez
Noel Stencil
Embree Thompson
Sixth Grade
Denise Bame
Parker Brown
Courtney Morris


Fourth Grade
Aidan Cook
Connor Cox
Jacob Klug
Tatum Mendenhall
Lily Taylor
Wyatt Traylor
Dalton West
Brandy Wilson
Fifth Grade
Aden Best
Cody Bird
Gavin Christopherson
Hailey Hartig
Micaiah Lopez
Exzavier Monopoli
Sixth Grade
Darrin Bonner
Johnathan Halle
Harrison Hill
Logan Hunter
Jude Nelson
Christopher Sermontis
Trenton Teem

Peck Elementary School

Honor Roll

Fourth Grade
Ben Farr
Lana Navan
Fifth Grade
Carter Hull
Sixth Grade
Jayke Bosshardt
Natalie Smith
Jillianne Spediacci

Orofino Elementary School & Elementary School

Editor's Note: Orofino Elementary and Cavendish Elementary are using a new report card and grading system for the 2017-18 school year. The Mastery Based system will be similar to what parents and students experienced in Kindergarten through third grade. K-3 students are given grades like "Exemplary", "Satisfactory", and "Needs Improvement" based on the student's abilities to meet certain standards like knowing the alphabet, numbers, and the sounds letters make.

For 2017-18 elementary students in grades 3-6 will receive "grades" for Academic Performance of "Exceeds Standard", "Meets Standard", "Approaching Standard", "Concern Area" (not meeting standard), or "Not Assessed".

Performance Standards for all areas graded have been established using statewide and national norms. Parents should be able to read a report card and know exactly where their child is in comparison with other students around the nation. The parent will be able to determine how well their child reads, understands math concepts, social studies issues, or science as related to these established standards.

Other elementary school students in the district will have the usual grading system for this year, though there are expectations that the Mastery Based System will expand in the future.

Congratulations from Window on the Clearwater and these sponsors:

Agent Jacob Lingard

125 Johnson Ave. Suite 3 & 4
Orofino, ID 83544
Bus: 208-476-3590 Cell: 972-955-7263

Goffinet & Clack, Chartered


125 First Street
Orofino, ID 83544

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Valley Motor Parts, Inc.

304 College Ave.
Orofino, ID 83544
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163 Johnson Ave.
Orofino, ID 83544

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Bowling * Games * Food

10830 U.S. Highway 12
Orofino, ID 83544

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180 Michigan * Orofino, ID 83544
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Window on the Clearwater
P.O. Box 2444
Orofino, ID 83544

Orofino 208-476-0733
Fax: 208-476-4140