Anti-bullying assembly at SRHS on Thursday

Violinists in the SRHS orchestra performed for the Snake River District school board members on Wednesday. This cellist plays with the SRHS orchestra. The orchestra performed for the Snake River District school board members on Wednesday. Snake River HIgh School orchestra, under the direction of JaNene Anderson, performed for the Snake River District school board members on Wednesday. This bass player plays with the SRHS orchestra. The orchestra performed for the Snake River District school board members on Wednesday.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

All students in the Snake River School District will participate in an anti-bullying assembly today, Thursday, April 19. Hank Smith from BYU-Provo is the speaker.
All assemblies will take place in the SRHS auditorium. The assembly for students in grades five through eight will take place from 10-11 a.m.; high school students will attend the assembly from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Students in grades one through four will be part of the assembly from 1:30-2:30 p.m.
This anti-bullying assembly is Conner Poulter's senior project.
The Snake River Orchestra performed for the trustees.
SR Orchestra Director JaNene Anderson said, "We (as an orchestra) decided we wanted to go Disneyland so we applied and were accepted. We are on Disneyland's play list, however, we don't know the date yet."
The orchestra then played "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Trustees also heard the septic system update from engineers Mitch Greer and David Assan with Rocky Mountain Engineers from Pocatello.
To read the full story, see it in the Thursday, April 19, edition of the Morning News.

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