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Principal: Todd Howard (

Secretary: Pam Hinsz (

Office Hours:

 Mon - Fri: 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Phone: 208-556-1556

Fax: 208-556-1557


The staff and students at Silver Hills Elementary School will work together to help everyone reach their full potential. We will treat each other with kindness and respect. We will encourage behaviors that help us grow and mature. We will stay focused on our guidelines for success. We will emphasize our school motto throughout the year.

Everything a Teacher Needs


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PTO MEETING - Oct. 4th

The monthly PTO meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 4th at 5 p.m. in the library.   There will be "prize baskets" given away in drawings to those who attend.  Everyone is welcome.


If your physical address is outside the Wallace School District boundary and considering having your children attend SHES OR WJSH you need to complete an open enrollment form. Those forms go to the school board for approval at the monthly board meeting. Children can't start school until getting board approval.  Forms can be picked up at the WSD office in Silverton or call the office at Silver Hills Elementary 208-556-1556.

Silver Hills Elementary Substitutes

If you are interested in becoming a substitute whether in the classroom, kitchen or janitorial please give us a call after August 22nd and we can give you more information on what is needed.  Contact Mr. Howard or Pam @ 556-1556.

2016-17 Classroom Supply Lists

SHES PTO Flamingos Fundraiser!

During the months of June, July, August and September SHES Flamingo Fairies will randomly flock unknowing residents throughout the Silver Valley.  We get our participants from you!  Click on the link provided for all the details.  Flamingos

2016-17 PTO Officers

Officers for the 2016-17 school year are:


President:  Lesley Rencher

Vice President: (open)

Secretary:  Bethany Sandberg

Treasurer:  Jill Corwin



The staff at Silver Hills Elementary believes that:

  • students learn best when there is a strong partnership between the school and home
  • all students can learn and they do so in many different ways/styles
  • students learn best through direct experience
  • students need multiple opportunities to learn and retain material
  • subjects should be integrated to ensure optimal learning
  • teachers must use various teaching methods to reach all students
  • students learn better in a safe, nurturing environment
  • there are variable time frames for learning
  • students learn best when their basic needs are met

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Family Access

Family Access enables parents to view student grades. Click on the logo to go to our online gradebook.

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