On December 14th and 15th the Wilder High School basketball team will be hosting the annual Rolly Lincoln Tournament at Wilder High School. Rolly Lincoln graduated from Wilder in 1950. He lettered in both baseball and basketball. After High School he earned a degree at the University of Idaho. Rolly was also a First Lieutenant in the Army. Along with his outstanding individual achievements he also played a huge role in the community and school district. Rolly served as a State Secretary in FFA, coached Little League Baseball, was very active in PTA and served as the president for several years. Rolly was also a 4-H leader, school board member, was very active in the Methodist church, and was a Wilder High School athletic announcer for 29 years. Rolly was the first person in the valley to do play-by-play announcing in high school sports. He is survived by his wife Margaret Lincoln and four children: Dave, Larry, Dennis, and Linda. His support and committment to the school was very special to the Wilder School District and the community. Thank you Rolly!!
Congratulations to Gabe Guzman Winning the 1st Annual Wilder Football Team Bike Raffle
On Friday February 23, 2018, Mr. Dillon and a group of teachers attended the Idaho Mastery-Personalized Education Legislative (IMEN) Showcase at the Idaho State Capitol building. This experience gave Wilder Teachers an opportunity to share the planning, design, and implementation of the journey toward Mastery-Personalized Based Education. The teachers were also able to circulate through the Showcase, and mingle with fellow educators regarding the direction of education in Idaho. This was a great time to share the amazing learning that we are offering students here everyday in Wilder.
From left to right: Superintendent Dillon, Mrs. Lindsey. Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Howard, and Mrs. Rivera.