A telephone survey of D91 patrons is currently being conducted as part of the district’s efforts to gather community input on the best way to move forward with plans to modernize Idaho Falls and Skyline high schools.
Not everyone will be contacted through the telephone survey, but we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to participate. So, we created an online survey. If you would like to participate, please keep these things in mind: 1) You will want to set aside about 15 minutes to complete the survey. If you exit the survey before it is completed, the system will not let you return later. 2) The surveys will be open until midnight Sunday, Feb. 25. 3) Only one response per device is allowed.
In December we asked parents, patrons and staff what the district should learn from the bond election using a process called Thoughtexchange. We appreciate all the parents, patrons and staff who took time to share their thoughts. The results are now available.
Learn about changes to the district's PACE program, updates on the ELA adoption, news about PSAT testing for 8th & 9th graders and more. Check out the latest edition of the district newsletter.
Compass Academy is holding a Disney Dash Fun Run at 10 am on Saturday, Feb. 24, to raise money for the Puerto Rico Project.
Compass students are trying to raise money to build houses in Puerto Rico during Spring Break. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the 1K and 5K races will go toward those affected by Hurricane Maria. Learn more about the Puerto Rico project here.
If you’re looking for a fund-raiser this year, there’s no better choice than the D91 Ed Foundation/Teton Toyota Raffle. Raffle tickets are $10, with $9 going to the group and $1 going to the D91 Ed Foundation.
You can get your tickets from secondary school bookkeepers or from Maria Chavez at the district office. We also have posters, sales tips, sales scripts and Ed Foundation Boardmember Doug Swanson is happy to meet with your group and help develop a strategy. The car is wrapped with photos celebrating IFHS and SHS and it’s available for your special event. To check it out, contact Maria Chavez at the district office.
Please make time to complete this annual policy review, which provides employees with up-to-date information about district policies and procedures. This presentation reinforces our personal and professional responsibilities as we work to provide a nurturing learning environment for all students. It is not meant to be all inclusive, but provides employees with reasonable knowledge and adequate notice of acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.