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Valley’s third middle school opens to fanfare New Ravens rave about Twin Falls

Seventh-grader Bailey Scott shows off a temporary tattoo of the Twin Falls Middle School mascot, a raven, at an Aug. 21 open house of the brand-new campus. “It’s really big and spread out,” she said of the building.  - Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Seventh-grader Bailey Scott shows off a temporary tattoo of the Twin Falls Middle School mascot, a raven, at an Aug. 21 open house of the brand-new campus. “It’s really big and spread out,” she said of the building.
— image credit: Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record

Excited students checked out their recently-unveiled campus Thursday, Aug. 21 at Twin Falls Middle School’s open house, a chance for new Ravens to meet their teachers, pay fees and ooh and aah over the 87,600-square-foot building.

“It’s amazing,” exclaimed Taylor Dumas, who will enter the eighth grade next week. “The library is really big and nice and new, just like the whole school.”

Lounging in a cozy chair in the library’s light-filled reading corner with Mount Si views, seventh grader Logan Cochran said he was both nervous and excited about getting

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