Image of calendar with the word PLANThe Board of Trustees is currently reviewing proposed calendars for the 2019-20 school year. All the calendars have a week off for Thanksgiving, two weeks off at Christmas and a week off for Spring Break, but they have different start dates, end dates and staff development days. The Board is expected to adopt a calendar at the January board meeting. Learn more about Option 1,  Option 2, Option 3 and Option 4.  Submit comments to the school board

Teacher Job Fair with a picture of applesIdaho Falls School District 91 is hosting a job fair on Saturday, Jan. 12, for number of prospective positions for the 2019-20 school year. Anticipated positions include: elementary teachers, middle school teachers in English, science, social studies and math, high school teachers in English, science, social studies and math, and special education positions. If you're interested in joining our team, please complete an application and register for the upcoming job fair. Questions about elementary positions? Email: . Questions about secondary positions? Email: . Questions about special education positions. Email: .

A girl with pigtails reads a book with D91 Proud title.Idaho Falls School District 91 is committed to ensuring all students read at or above grade level by the end of 3rd Grade. Research shows that meeting these reading benchmarks is critical to a child’s success in school. Here are some resources to help you help your child develop important reading skills with a focus on vocabulary, comprehension and fluency. Fluency Tips   Phonics Tips  Reading Tips   Vocabulary Tips

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Idaho's Youth Empowerment Services or YES provides a new way for families to find the mental health supports they may need for their children or youth. The strengths-based and family-center program uses a team approach to provide individualized care for children. FAQ on YEs Services   Learn more about YES.

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Thanks to your generous support, the Ed Foundation supports D91's teachers, enriches classrooms and helps students go on to success after high school. With your contributions and support from community partners like the Maeck Family Foundation, EIRMC and FluorIdaho, the Ed Foundation this year has awarded 90+ teacher grants totaling more than $95,000; raised almost $60,000 for D91's schools, clubs and sports teams through the D91/Teton Auto raffle and more. Please consider a charitable, tax-deductible donation to our year-end fund-raising drive. Learn more about the D91 Ed Foundation.  Donate Today.

Temple View Logo with student spelling out the word STEMAfter more than a years worth of work, Temple View Elementary School has been recognized as one of Idaho’s first official STEM designated schools. The Idaho Legislature created the STEM designation to recognize schools that provide rigorous, multidisciplinary instruction in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. To receive the designation, schools must apply and meet specific criteria set by the State Board of Education and certified by AdvancED. ‚Äč“I am proud of the work our Temple View teachers and staff have done to earn one of Idaho’s first STEM school designations,” said Supt. George Boland. Learn more regarding Temple View STEM School Designation