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Retirement Home Donations

Bickel has a special opportunity to “adopt” the Twin Falls Care Center for the duration of the 2016-2017 school year.  Doing this will provide the students with opportunities to reach out to the community, make new friends, and learn about empathy. Bridging generational gap(s) teaches so many valuable life lessons, and we are looking forward...

Math/Art Night

Bickel’s Math/Art Night was a success!  Families were invited to eat a pizza dinner and support 4th grade on their Capital Field Trip this Spring.  Every other grade level provided a blended math/art activity for everyone to participate in:  Kindergarten had a color by number activity, 1st grade made 10-frame robots, 2nd grade had a...

It’s “Voting Day” at Bickel too!

Bickel’s wonderful librarian, Mrs. Wright, has spent the last few months educating our 5th graders about the election process.  Each class created parties (day/night, dog/cat) as well as an independent party.  Students identified with a party and the nominations began.  After the preliminary speeches about their vision to improve Bickel, party candidates were chosen for each...

Generous Donations

Glanbia Cheese partnered with the Obenchain family as well as several other generous donors to make “Operation School Supplies” possible.  Through this program, all certified teachers in the Twin Falls School District received a $50 gift card to Office Max to help offset classroom supply costs for the 2016-2017 school year.  We are so thankful...

National Walk to School Day

Wednesday, October 5th was National Walk to School Day!  To get our students excited about it, our counselor, Mrs. Keegan visited each class in their library and computer blocks to teach lessons about pedestrian safety and the importance of exercise on our health.  On Wednesday, Twin Falls mayor Shawn Barigar visited Bickel during our morning recess.  He enlisted...

5th Grade South Hills Field Trip

On Friday, September 30th fifth grade embarked on their annual South Hills Field Trip!  Fifty fifth graders, three teachers, and four parent volunteers loaded up and took off for Diamond Field Jack.  The first leg of the hike was up steep Pike Mountain trail.  This rocky path was definitely a time that called the students to...

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