Language arts

District 91 is adopting new English-Language Arts (Reading and Writing) curriculum for grades 4-8.  EL Education’s English-Language Arts Modules has been recommended for use in grades 4-6, while My Perspectives by Pearson has been recommended for use in grades 7-8.  Both programs were recommended because of their strong alignment to Idaho’s English-Language Arts standards adopted in 2011.  Both programs provide students with increasingly complex text that students are expected to read and analyze. Learn more.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Comments? Send them to School Board.

Working with staff, our design team and construction manager, board members have spent the last few months doing outreach and looking for ways to reduce the price tag of the bond to update and modernize our high schools. They revisited the plans, focused on the essentials such as modern teaching spaces and developed a new bond proposal that patrons will consider on Aug 28. The new proposal includes:

  • ​​A base bond of $86.2 million to make extensive renovations to Skyline High School, construct a new Idaho Falls High School and begin converting the current Idaho Falls into a Career-Technical Education Center.

  • Patrons also would have the opportunity to vote separately on adding $13.3 million in amenities such as a district performing arts center at Skyline High School and an innovative space at the new Idaho Falls High School that could be used for an auxiliary gym, arts performances and more.

  • If voters approve the bond, the district will use reserve moneys to pay for some additional projects such as an outdoor track at the new Idaho Falls High School and an indoor track at Skyline High School. The district also is planning to use additional reserves to make site improvements at Skyline High School that will improve safety and traffic flow at the school. 

Learn more about the two year planning process to modernize our high schools.   Questions? Send them to us

Maggie's Place Logo

Maggie's Place Summer Day Camp is a special place of endless fun, excitement, activities, field trips and adventures!  For campers ages 5-12, Maggie's Place Summer Day Camp is THE camp to spend the Summer in Eastern Idaho.  Spanning the whole summer, each week will be a new theme such as steampunk, camping, cowboy/ cowgirl rodeo, shipwreck, dinosaurs, detectives, fandom and our personal favorite, 'camping camp'. Weekly field trips to local attractions like Bear World, The Edge Climbing Gym, and Idaho Escape Rooms will add to our fun.  Plus, since we're walking distance to McCowin Park, each camper gets a swimming pass for the whole summer to the Ammon Splash Pad and pool.  Dates:  June 4 - August 24. Times: 7am - 6pm. Location: Ammon Elementary. To register, visit Maggie's Summer Camp Registration.

Kindergarten student with teacher

There's still time to register your child for kindergarten this fall.  To register your child, please download and complete a registration packet.  Then, take the completed packet, along with a copy of your child's birth certificate, current immunization records (View Idaho Immunization Requirements) and proof of address to the school you're zoned to attend. Not sure of your school? Find your school. By Idaho law, children must be 5 by Sept. 1 in order to register for kindergarten. Questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Student Safety

The safety and security of students is always a priority in Idaho Falls School District 91. The district has a number of procedures, protocols and emergency plans in place to try and ensure the safety and security of our students and staff.  In addition, district officials regularly consult with local police and emergency services personnel.  For more information see the Overview of D91's Safety Model. Questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.