The Lobo News Center

With the variety of programs and extracurricular activities offered at SHS, we find it vital to keep our community posted on the successes of our students and other happenings that go on throughout the school year. We will use this page to keep our community and parents informed, so please be sure to check back often.

FFA Competitions

Four students pose with their awardsOn March 1, the Snowflake FFA traveled to Tucson to compete in the State CDE (Career Development Event) contest at the University of Arizona. Snowflake FFA took seven teams to compete and all teams did very well. 

In Agriculture Mechanics, Snowflake FFA had fourth high team out of 22 teams, and they had to qualify to be in the top 25 teams to compete. Team members were Cooper Hancock, Jaydon Hill, Shea Webb, and Tyler White. 

In Horse Evaluation, Hunter Germain won first high individual, and the team placed fifth overall out of 40 teams. Team members are Anna Greenwood, Hunter Germain, Kristen Herzmann, and Logan Hunt. 

The Meats Evaluation Team, coached by Trevor Rowell, placed ninth out of 24 teams. Team members are Cody Rowell, Josalynn McEntire, Caleb Johnson, and Korben Beemis. 

The Vet Science Team placed eleventh out of 24 teams in a very competitive contest in which they had to qualify to compete in the competition. Team members are Sarah Fisher, Laney Wilhelm, Kayley Paz, and Kristen Newby.

In Livestock Evaluation, the team placed tenth out of 34 teams. Team members are Connor Scott, Shayley Paz, Jessalyn Isaacs, and Caleb Vowell. 

Agronomy placed eleventh with a three-person team of Elexis White, Elizabeth Moses, and Savannah Whipple. We had a two-person team of Santiago Campos and Tyler Poteet compete and they placed eighteenth overall. 

All members had a lot of fun learning and working hard. We appreciate the opportunity to test what we have learned in competitions as they prepare us for life.

SPED Winter Formal

Snowflake High School held its annual SPED Winter Formal. A lot of hard work goes into putting together a wonderful evening. The students look forward to this great event every year. 

Students pose together in a group
Parent-Teacher Conferences

Snowflake High School's parent-teacher conferences will be on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. in the high school gym. Please note that there is no early release for high school on this day. We will be observing our regular schedule.

All other Snowflake schools throughout the district will have parent-teacher conferences on Thursday, March 28 at their sites. These schools will follow the usual early release schedule.