We are committed to eliminating bullying in our schools and creating a culture of kindness. When you see someone being bullied, don't stand by —choose action! Read more about this district initiative.
Kindergarten Registration is Now Open!
Kindergarten registration is now open for the 2018-19 school year!
If your child will be five years old on or before September 1, 2018, they are eligible to start Kindergarten in September. We encourage you to register your child! First grade students, new to our district, are also welcome at this time.
We strongly encourage all families to register their little learners before May 8th to help our schools fully prepare for the new school year with accurate enrollment numbers.
HOW TO REGISTER: Simply drop by your neighborhood school during school hours. A late afternoon drop-in registration is available on Tuesday, May 8 until 6 pm.
Welcome to the class of 2031!
We are excited to announce that earlier this week, the Board of Trustees adopted a new and exciting curriculum change in late middle school and high school mathematics that will positively affect all students in the district. This policy will change the way that mathematics is taught by introducing an integrated math course pathway beginning with “Math 1” in the fall of 2018. Subsequent coursework will be added over the next two years leading to multiple pathways in a student’s junior or senior year.
This letter was sent to our to our 7th & 8th-grade families: Integrated Math Pathway Parent Letter [58 KB/pdf]
Partnering with our larger community is essential to the success of our students. Partnerships help to enhance classroom learning, improve academic outcomes, and connect and engage our larger community. Whether you wish to mentor a student in the perfect career, enhance a student's future with a love for reading, connect a student with a workplace skill they never knew they had, or just volunteer with kids — we've got an opportunity for you.
Adopt a Classroom: Help us create a passion for reading, building lifelong readers to improve students' futures.
Coeur d'Alene Connects: You can directly contribute to the development and success of our students and our community.
Volunteer in a School: The time and talents of our families and our community are at the heart of our district! Reading volunteers, classroom help, and playground volunteers are just a few of the open volunteer positions in our elementary schools.
Our district uses QPR (Question. Persuade. Refer.) Like CPR, QPR trains students, parents, friends, teachers, police, and neighbors as first responders — those who may be the first line of defense to offer hope and connect a loved one with the help they need.
Saturday, June 23rd at 9 am / Midtown Center [1505 N. Fifth Street, CdA]
Never considered such a training? We urge you to join us! Each participant receives a QPR booklet and card with information on suicide prevention, in addition to local resource information. QPR can be learned in our Gatekeeper course in as little as one hour. Learn how to ask a question that just might help save a life!
For more information, read about QPR in our schools, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 664-8241. For more information about the QPR Institute and suicide prevention gatekeeper training, visit www.qprinstitute.com.
Coeur d'Alene Public Schools is proud to again be participating in FAMILY DAY IN THE PARK on Friday, June 8 from 12 noon to 8 pm at CdA City Park to celebrate the start of summer break! This is a collaborative, community-wide, fun-filled event with tons of free entertainment and activities. Visit www.familydaycda.com for more information about this North Idaho Family Group event.
Rain or shine, we hope to see you and your family at the CdA Public Schools' booth for an exciting day's worth of free events sponsored by our district departments, teachers, and schools.
The Board of Trustees for Coeur d’Alene Public Schools will receive a mid-year status report on the school district’s budget Friday. “It’s also a deeper examination... [Click title to read more]
Elementary students at several Coeur d’Alene schools are receiving a gift from community organizations. [Click title to read more]
When dual credit works, it works for students such as Daphne Dryden. She will graduate from Coeur d’Alene High School next year with an associate’s degree from her hometown North Idaho College. [Click title to read more]