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Summit Hills Trailblazers climbing to reach our highest potential. A group of students are holding their Oscar awards. A young girl is sitting beside her fluffy white dog. A group of small children are petting the belly of a gray dog. A group of small children are petting the belly of a gray dog. A small girl is hugging her dog on pet day. A teacher and student dressed up as Dr. Seuss characters. 4 ladies show off their Dr. Seuss Day costumes. A young man has a blue mohawk and a thing 1 shirt on. Students pose for a picture, showing off their Dr. Suess attire. A young lady is smiling with Cindy-Lou-Hoo hair. Two young girls are dressed up as Dr. Suess characters. Two girls are wearing blue wigs, dressed up as thing 1 and thing 2 Five 5th graders posing together after DARE graduation. Summit Hills 5th graders on stage at DARE graduation. Students are  standing on the stage with Mr. Gauchay, receiving prizes for their ugly sweaters. Students and teachers standing on the stage, being judged for their ugly sweaters. Students built gingerbread houses. Students created Gingerbread houses. A dad and daughter are coloring bookmarks for a school in Houston that was affected by the Hurricane. A young man poses in front of a blanket that he is tying with his mom. Mr. Keppner is checking out the Angel tree with two boys. Mrs. Cress, Mrs. Kolher, and Mrs. Farr are coloring placemates and bookmarks with students and parents. Students, teacher and adults are around a red and white checkered quilt. 5 students are sitting on steps with a teacher tying a blue, flowered blanket. Students and Adults talking while sitting in a cabin at Pine Basin. Student and Parent Volunteer playing Sorry. Student launching a rocket outside. All of the 5th graders posing with big red poppies and in their best clothing for the Veteran's Day assembly. Mr. Gauchay dressed in a turkey suit is hitting Ms. Austin on the head with a blown up turkey leg! Staff members at the annual back to school dinner.

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Our Mission:

Turning Ambition into Action
Goals into Reality
Learners into Leaders



Our Vision:

Climbing to reach our highest potential

A lot of exciting things happen in May at our school. We would like to thank the Student Council, the HOPE Squad, and the PTO president for helping out with the highway clean-up early this month. A portion of Iona Road west of the Yellowstone Highway is adopted by our student council members and they work hard to help clean it twice a year. Many of the great things accomplished this year were made possible by the support of parents and teachers working together to provide great opportunities for our students. Thank you all for what you have done this year to make it a great one.

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Summit Hills Elementary School

2853 N. Lucina Ave  Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Phone: 208-552-8500 | Fax: 208-552-8501

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   Mike Davis: 227-9662

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2853 N Lucina Ave
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Fax: 208-552-8501