Lobo News

Planning your monthly calendar? Need some tips on how to help with your child’s development? We have you covered. On our News page, we bring you the latest from Highland Primary School and throw in a few helpful tips that we have come across lately.

9-11 Tribute

Snowflake High School participated in their annual 9-11 tribute. Because of all the amazing 9-11 tributes we have done in the past, our football team was chosen to receive special team shirts for the game. The football players could keep the shirts but instead decided to leave them for future teams to use on the 9-11 games. Laurie Brimhall student council advisor goes to a lot of work, along with her student council members to put on an amazing event for our community. This is an awesome tradition to be a part of. Be sure to watch the video below, and have some tissues handy!

Blood Drive

Find the hero in you by donating blood. Our Snowflake High School Community Blood Drive is from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. For complete details, please see our blood drive flyer. Remember, giving blood saves lives.

Snowflake High School Community Blood Drive
Homecoming 2018

Homecoming 2018Homecoming week is on Monday, October 1 through Saturday, October 6. Activities include a class assembly, ice cream social, bonfire, movie night, and much more! The homecoming football game is on Friday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m., and the week ends with the homecoming dance on Saturday, October 6 from 9:00 to 11:30 p.m. at Taylor Elementary. Please see our homecoming activities schedule for complete details on all of the events.

Many of our homecoming events are open to the public. For information on these events, please see our homecoming poster. Go, Lobos!

Community Clean Up

Each year our community comes together and helps the school clean up garbage, weeds, and whatever else needs to be done. It is amazing how many people come out for this event. Dr. Chad Brimhall, a local alumni of the Snowflake school system, has organized this event for the last four years. People bring weed eaters, large equipment of their own, and their families. Young and old work together. It is a great night to get out and meet your neighbor, and it also helps students take pride in their school. Snowflake School District is very thankful to live in a community that takes so much pride in the school, our future, and our kids!