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Bruneau-Grand View School District News

In a small community like ours, area schools are often the center of the neighborhood. It’s where children and families alike gather for the betterment of the community. To that end, we have many family-friendly events and programs planned throughout the year. We also like to publicize the accomplishments of our students and staff. Stop by often to find out all the latest!

Rimrock Will Have Football Lights On This Afternoon to Honor University of Idaho Students

Considering the recent tragedy at the University of Idaho, a candlelight vigil has been scheduled for Wednesday, November 30 at 5:00 p.m. PT/6:00 p.m. MT. The University of Idaho has asked its partners from across the United States to stand in solidarity during this difficult time. As a symbol of this united support, we would like to offer the opportunity for all schools to turn on outside athletic field lights from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. MT on Wednesday, November 30. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Vandal family as we collectively cope with this tragic loss.

Bruneau Elementary Christmas Program

The Bruneau Elementary Christmas program will take place on Thursday, December 8 at 6:00 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!

Winter Break

Winter break is on Friday, December 23 through Friday, January 6. School resumes on Monday, January 9. Have a festive holiday season!

Title I, Math, and Reading Night

Enjoy free pizza, learn about Title I services, and discover how to be more involved in your child's education! You and your family are invited to join us at Bruneau Elementary on Monday, December 5 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. We will have various classroom rotations about at-home teaching strategies and activities and a presentation by Mrs. Dalrymple about Title I services. For more information, including the evening's schedule, please check out our The Pizza is on Us! flyer. We hope to see your there!

Bruneau Elementary Front Door

Beginning on Monday, November 14 the front door to Bruneau Elementary will remain locked throughout the day. A video doorbell has been installed to allow Mrs. Newman to see who is at the door when she is away from her office. We are making this change due to Mrs. Newman performing many different roles at Bruneau Elementary and not always being in the front office to watch for visitors. This change will allow her to continue to perform her various roles while increasing the safety of the students and staff in the building by not allowing visitors to enter the building possibly unnoticed.

Please reach out to either Mrs. Newman or Mr. Meyers if you have any questions about the change.

Girls Basketball Fundraiser
Lady Raiders basketball Fundraiser flyer

The Lady Raiders basketball team is holding a fundraiser! They are selling bags of tater tots, French fries, and hash browns. The cost is only $20 per box. The tater tots and French fries boxes come in six five-pound bags each (30 pounds total). The hash brown boxes come in six bags of three to six pounds each (18 to 36 pounds total). If you order and pay by check, please make the check out to Rimrock High School and put Girls Basketball in the memo area. The Lady Raiders will deliver the boxes on December 16 and 17.

Meet Our New Superintendent - Jeff Blaser

Jeff BlaserPlease join us in welcoming our new superintendent, Jeff Blaser. We invite you to learn more about Mr. Blaser in his bio.

I have been married 39 years this August to my wife, Marla Blaser. We have four adult children and three energetic grandchildren. I enjoy hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, trail running, sport shooting, reading, and time with family.

I began my career in education in the early 80s teaching and coaching at the middle school and high school level. I gained experience working with diverse students as a teacher, as a professional technical club advisor, and coach.

After 13 years of teaching and coaching I made a transition to law enforcement where I served in a growing metropolitan police department for over 10 years. During this time, I served as juvenile detective, SRO, Idaho POST instructor, and Metro SWAT Team member.

After many enjoyable and rewarding years, I realized my training and skills could be used more effectively by engaging youth within the school community and working more closely with families as an educator. I accepted a position with the West Ada School district as a middle school assistant principal and later moved to a large high school where I served in this capacity for eleven years.

In 2018, I accepted the position as Superintendent of Cascade School District and served as their superintendent for the next three years. As superintendent of a rural school district, I have had the opportunity to lead important and necessary changes which have resulted in continuous academic achievement, improved staff morale, financial stability for the district, and a greater community trust.