What’s a Boot Check you ask? Kimberly School District administrators and board members had the opportunity to learn more about a “Boot Check Moment” as they spent time with members of the Jae Foundation this past month. The Jae Foundation is a foundation that focuses on mental health awareness and suicide prevention. The goal of the foundation is to encourage boot check moments — situations where each individual is challenged to reach out to someone and share with them that they are loved, valued, and that they have people who are here for them no matter what they are going through.
This year KHS boys soccer had a rough start to the season, but has rebounded strong and is working its way toward season goals.
After suffering losses to Wendell, Gooding and Bliss, the Bulldogs came back with victories over Declo, Buhl, and a second match with Gooding. As the season continues they are figuring out a way to work together as a team and start winning games.
It has been an amazing season for the varsity volleyball team with a clean sweep of wins so far. This past week our Lady Dawgs went up against Buhl and Filer, winning both games in three sets! The Bulldogs remain undefeated on the season at 6-0.
It has been a great season for our Kimberly Bulldogs so far. Last week, the Bulldogs were preparing for their homecoming game against the Fruitland Grizzlies. It was scheduled for Friday, Sept. 9, but it never materialized.
With the main Homecoming festivities canceled thanks to poor air quality, Kimberly High School will hold a second Homecoming week Sept. 26-Oct. 1, with conference foe Filer coming to town that Friday. The week will include dress-up days, a parade, the football game, and a dance.
This week at Kimberly High School is homecoming, and for each day this week there was a different dress up theme that students could wear.
On Tuesday, it was tacky tourist day, which meant to dress like you were a tourist going to a place like Hawaii and look out of place.
On Wednesday, it was color day, which was where you dressed up in one color for each grade. The freshmen wore white, sophomores wore green, juniors wore blue, seniors wore pink, and teachers wore black.