The D91 Ed Foundation’s mission is to support teachers and inspire students in Idaho Falls School District 91. The FluorIdaho Teacher Mini Grant program typically provides teachers with grants of $500 or less to purchase classroom materials and resources, enrichment activities and more. Grant requests will be evaluated based on how they impact student learning and increase student achievement. Special consideration will be given to requests that align with the district’s current goals and objectives. Applications are due Oct. 1. Submit your application TODAY!! Questions? Send them to us.
Time is running out to purchase your D91 Ed Foundation/Teton Toyota Raffle ticket. The winner of this year's beautiful 2018 Toyota Camry will be announced at the Emotion Bowl on Saturday, Sept. 22. Last year the raffle raised more than $50,000 for D91's clubs, sports teams, athletics and schools. Tickets are just $10. Need to buy a ticket? Let us know.
After serving nearly a decade on the Idaho Falls Board of Trustees, Lisa Burtenshaw is stepping down from the board. She is the trustee for Zone 3, which includes the neighborhoods around Theresa Bunker, Linden Park, Edgemont, Longfellow and Sunnyside elementary schools. Anyone interested in filling the seat should submit a letter of interest to the Idaho Falls School District 91’s administrative offices at 690 John Adams Parkway. Letters are due by Thursday, Sept. 20. Letters should include the candidate’s qualifications and the reasons he or she would like to serve on the Board of Trustees. Interested candidates must be 18 years old or older, a U.S. citizen, a resident of Idaho and a resident of Zone 3. Board members will interview interested candidates the week of Sept. 24. They hope to swear in Burtenshaw’s replacement at a work session on Sept. 26. Learn more about the responsibilities of School Board Members and see the description of Zone 3 boundaries. Questions? Send them to us
Premium assistance under Medicaid and the children’s health insurance program (chip) https://www.healthcare.gov/
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.