Schools Take Part In Bike Challenge
Many elementary schools in May are taking part in the annual Bike Challenge that encourages students to bike to school. Congratulations to Arianna Burgan, a 4th grader at Westside Elementary School, who won the districtwide art contest celebrating the Bike Challenge. Her artwork will be featured on T-shirts that will be given away as part of the event.
IFHS, Skyline Students Help Celebrate Sesquicentennial
Art club students from Idaho Falls and Skyline high schools have been asked to design and a paint a mural to help celebrate the City of Idaho Falls' Sesquicentennial. Students will begin work this Friday on the 6 x 6 mural that will be located under the Pancheri Bridge.
SAT Scores Available in May
Juniors who took the SAT last week will be able to access their scores beginning May 7 by logging onto their College Board online account. Those scores can be sent to four colleges free of charge if students log into their College Board account by April 24 and designate the institutions they're interested in attending. Additional score reports can be requested at any time for a small fee. Questions? Contact your high school counselor or go to College Board.
Student Artwork On Exhibit At Arugula
Artwork by Skyline High School's students will be on display in the 2015 Spring Art Exhibition at Arugula Deli, which is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m on Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday. The art will be on display for two weeks at the deli, which is in the old O.E. Bell building at 151 N. Ridge Ave.
Idaho Gives Is May 7
We appreciate all the parents, patrons and staff who already support our Education Foundation, and we encourage them to remember the District 91 Education Foundation during the Idaho Gives on May 7. Idaho Gives is a statewide effort to encourage charitable donations to non-profit organizations across the state. Direct your gift to the Idaho Falls Education Foundation that day and the foundation could be eligible for matching funds. The foundation’s goal is raise $10 for every child in Idaho Falls School District 91. Learn More
High School Schedule Changes For Testing
Idaho Falls and Skyline high schools will switch to a block schedule April 21 through May 1 to expedite ISAT 2.0 testing. With the block schedule, classes will be about two hours long. Students will attend their first, second and third hour classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and their fourth, fifth and sixth hour classes on Wednesdays and Fridays. They will attend all six classes on Late Start Mondays. Compass Academy and Emerson Alternative High School schedules will not change during this period. Questions? Send them to us.