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We're proud of our graduates

We are D91Proud of our 2019 graduates! Skyline High School's graduation is Tuesday, May 28, at 7 pm in the Skyline gymnasium. Idaho Falls High School's commencement exercises are Wednesday, May 29, at 7 pm in the Civic Center for the Performing Arts. Compass Academy and Emerson Alternative High School will both hold graduations on Thursday, May 30. Compass Academy's commencement is at 7 pm in the Compass Auditorium, and Emerson's are at 7 pm at the Colonial Theater. Congratulations to all our graduates!

Community outreachIf you couldn't attend the recent State of Our Schools meeting there's still time to provide feedback on some of the ideas being developed to ensure our school buildings meet the needs of our students now and in the future. Take time to give input after watching the presentation  and completing the survey. The survey closes end of day Monday, May 27. To learn about the work that has been done so far on the district's 10-year facilities master plan go to the project website.  It will be updated as work continues through the summer. Questions? Send them to us.

" "All D91 schools and the district office will be closed on Monday, May 27th. Any transcript requests we receive during that time will be processed when the district office reopens on Tuesday, May 28. 

Explore the caves and lava rock at Craters of the Moon National Monument. The annual district-wide reading club -- One District, One Book -- is set for May 28-31. This special event encourages families to read together with every family in our elementary schools receiving a copy of the same book. The books will be distributed on Friday, May 24, and schools have a variety of special activities planned for May 28-31. We'll be posting daily clues throughout the week so you and your family can try to guess the title of this year's book. Thank you to the Maeck Family Foundation, Time Out For Women, and our other generous contributors who support this program. We appreciate them helping us build a community of readers!  Questions? Send them to us.

Summer band and orchestra programs are being offered from June 10th to July 3rd at Skyline High SchoolSummer Band is for anybody 6th grade or older. Summer Strings is for anyone 5th grade or older.  Times vary depending on the instrument. Students need to pay a $45 registration fee, rent or purchase an instrument and purchase an instruction book. Summer Strings Registration | Summer Band Registration.  Questions? Contact the Music Department at (208) 525-7572.

Registration packets are now available for students interested in attending summer school. To ensure students are registering for the right classes they should work closely with their counselor. There will be three summer school sessions -- June 10-21, June 24-July 3 and July 8-19 -- for students in grades 9-12. There will be one session -- June 10-July 19 -- for students in grades 7-8. All summer school classes will be held at Taylorview Middle School.

D91's kindergarten registration begins March 5. Parents are encouraged to register incoming kindergartners as soon as possible. Download a registration packet or pick one up at the school you're zoned to attend. Return the packet to the school along with a copy of your child's official birth certificate, current immunization records and proof of address. Not sure what school your child would attend? Click here. All D91's elementary schools will hold kindergarten orientations the Week of May 6. Check with your school for more details. QUESTIONS? Send them to us