The D91 Education Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2019 Maeck Family Foundation Grants. Last year the foundation awarded more than $80,000 in grants to enrich D91's programs, projects and classrooms. Grants can be requested for classroom supplies, innovative learning materials and special resources. Grants that support science, math and special needs are especially encouraged. It's easy to apply. Applications are due April 26. Questions? Send them to us.
Prepare now for May 1, when the district three-year email retention policy will go into effect to comply with Board Policy 503.1.Any emails or attachments that you need to retain, must be stored in a location other than your mailbox before May 1. On that, date emails will automatically be deleted from district email systems including @d91.k12.id.us, @ifschools.org, @cloud.ifschools.org, and @echo.ifschools.org, on their 3rd ‘birthday’. Questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Challenge yourself to be more active during March Madness!! Registration between March 4 – March 19! Wellness Registration Form . When you go to register please make sure you are logged into Google Docs/Single Sign-on or you will get a “Permissions” issue. Challenge Details: Dates of the Challenge: March 18 – April 7, 2019. Track at least 300 minutes of activity per week to be entered into a weekly drawing for a Fitbit
Summer changes to the 2018-19 calendar impacted teacher contracts. To end school on May 31, we lost instructional hours and 4 contract days -- June 3,4,5 and 6. To make up some of that instructional time, we converted the Oct. 5 and Jan. 21 PD Days into instructional days, but that means some teachers will need to make up those PD Days. Here's a guide to ensure you're meeting those contract obligations.
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.