SHELTER-IN-PLACE LIFTED: Our elementary schools were briefly in “shelter in place” as a precaution this afternoon on the advice of local law enforcement. This action was recommended after police perceived a potential external threat. Post Falls Police arrested a suspect related to this threat. The precaution was lifted shortly before the students were released for the day.
Officers are visible at the schools at the end of the day to assist with traffic issues that may result from the shelter in place. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Now Seeking Ad Hoc Literature Committee Members
Parents and community member play a vital role in the education of our community's children. One way to get involved is to join our Ad Hoc Literature Committee! The Board of Trustees is now seeking members to review possible literature that may be considered for whole group instruction continuing into the 2017-18 school year. Read more or complete an application.
ARE YOU SIGNED UP FOR TEXT ALERTS? If you have a student enrolled in one of our schools, take a moment over the summer to ensure you have opted-in for emergency text alerts from our district [To receive you must have "opted-in sometime in the last 10 months]. Currently, these alerts are used during the school year to notify you quickly in the event of any emergency or time-sensitive situation. TO OPT-IN: Email your cell number to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-664-8241 x1073.
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Student attendance is on the rise at Kootenai County’s three largest school districts and emergency levy funding was approved Friday in two districts to accommodate that growth.
The Coeur d’Alene School District had one of the state’s highest college “go-on” rates in 2016. But Trina Caudle already has her eyes on the next round of numbers. She hopes the district’s new college and career counselors will help even more graduates prepare for life after high school graduation.
Learning doesn’t have to stop when the last school bell rings. As lazy days of summer loom, parents can encourage steps for keeping kids intellectually engaged...
About $24,300 was raised for the Coeur d'Alene School District's 10 elementary schools during the sixth annual Run for 271 on June 3 at McEuen Park. More than 740 students and
In her six years training students in the Math is Cool program at Skyway Elementary School, Tracy O’Brien said she always dreamed one of the teams would move on past the regional competition.
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