Burley High school hired Randy Winn to serve as Athletic Director starting August 1, 2019. Randy is new to education, but not to the world of athletics. Principal Levi Power explains, “we are very excited about Randy joining our team. He brings great experience that we feel will take BHS Athletics to the next level.”
Winn is the former owner of Tires West, Les Schwab of Burley. He received an accounting degree from the University of Utah. A referee since 1992, he is currently the District 4 basketball referee Commissioner. He and his wife and two daughters are residents of Burley.
The change comes at the retirement of long time educator and athletic director, Gordon Kerbs. While an educator for 34 years, Kerbs has served as AD for 12 years.
Winn is excited about this opportunity noting that, “it’s important to make all teams and sports successful. It’s not just about those revenue generating sports. All student athletes deserve support and attention.”
His goals are to continue to build upon the strong traditions in the community, improve where needed and contribute to the success of student athletes. He says, “it’s an honor to be able to work side by side with parents, coaches and athletes at Burley High School.”
Principal Power adds, “Randy has an outstanding reputation in the community, as well as, a great knowledge of how high school athletics operate.”
Winn will serve as a full time AD and was selected after a formal hiring and interview process that considered twelve total applicants.
Register for our Open Class Divisions beginning July 1, 2019. Divisions and rules can be found on our website starting July 1: Cassiacountyfair.com
Any questions - please feel free to call or text:
Open Class Coordinator
The State Department of Education’s revamped K-12 Report Card is available online, providing a user-friendly way for parents, educators and others to access information about schools and districts throughout the state. Part of the state’s new accountability system, the new site provides information about multiple student performance indicators, offering context in addition to the data.
You can access the report card online at idahoschools.org.
Teachers, this is the year! Master Educator Portfolios must be submitted by June 30. The IEA has the classes that can help you get there.
Place: O'Leary Middle School, 2350 Elizabeth BLVD, Twin Falls
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cost: Free to Members, $100 for non-members
Credit: One graduate credit offered for each class $60 per credit
IEA Region 4 Director
Use the links below to be taken to a Google form where you can vote for the Superlatives for each group.
Teachers: Link to Teacher form
9th Grade: https://goo.gl/forms/
BHS band & choir students hosted the district music festival April 17th, maintaining tight schedules with two event centers and 1500 students. They not only did an amazing job of hosting, but they brought home high praise and awards.
Twenty-eight Burley High BPA students participated in the National BPA Competition March 7-9, 2018. Fourteen students received medals placing among the top in the state in ten different competitions. Three of our students qualified for the National Competition:
Other Top Scoring Medalists:
Two students earned their Statesman Torch Award:
Keegan Ward was selected to be Vice President for Idaho State BPA
Congratulations Burley BPA - 29 students earned the right to advanced to state. Burley BPA proudly represented our school by placing in the following events at regionals yesterday:
Burley football has been fortunate to have Burley athletes selected for Player of the Week. If you get a chance, please congratulate these players.