District News

Middle/High Schools Set Parent-Teacher Conferences ptc


All D91’s middle schools and high schools will have early dismissal on Thursday, Jan. 30, and no school on Friday, Jan. 31 for Parent-Teacher conferences. Conferences are scheduled on Thursday evening, Jan. 30, at Eagle Rock and Taylorview middle schools as well as IFHS, SHS, and Compass Academy. Check with your school for more details and specific conference times.

Teen Rebellion: Is This Normal? eirmc


Free Seminar for parents and teens!

Learn to distinguish between normal teen rebellion, warning signs that might require professional help, and danger signs of major mental health concerns. 

February 5, 2020
Eagle Rock Middle School, 2020 Pancheri Dr

For more information, visit Eirmc.com or ifschools.org

D91 Sets Teacher Job Fair For Feb 8. success


The Idaho Falls School District is beginning to recruit teachers for the 2020-21 school year, the Teacher Job Fair is scheduled for Feb. 8. Interested candidates must complete an application and the request for an interview form by Jan. 31. D91 staff will then follow up to confirm an interview time if selected.

College Board Town Hall Set for Feb. 6 chairs


All parents with children in D91’s secondary schools are encouraged to attend the College Board Town Hall from 7 to 8 pm on Thursday, Feb. 6, at Idaho Falls High School’s Media Center. The workshop will include an overview of the SAT Suite of Assessments like the PSAT 8/9 and Advanced Placement programs, which allow students to earn college credit in high school. It’s a great opportunity to learn how College Board resources can help students achieve college success.

Winter school closures Winter


Idaho's winter weather sometimes causes schools to close or start late. In making the decision to close school, the superintendent considers a number of factors including current weather and road conditions, temperatures and forecasted weather and road conditions. Making the decision to close school is never easy, and parents always have the right to keep their children home if they don't believe it's safe for their child to go to school.

Earn College Credit In High School credit


Students have more chances than ever to earn college credits while they’re still in high school through Advanced Placement (AP) classes, Dual Enrollment classes or Concurrent Credit classes. Earning college credits can help students build academic confidence, prepare for success in college and reduce their college expenses. And, most students can use Idaho’s Advanced Opportunities Program to pay for the credits. Learn more about earning college credits and the Advanced Opportunities program.