Skyway Elementary

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We invest in each student to prepare, challenge and advance well-educated, resilient and future-ready citizens.

Upcoming Events

Skyway Tip Line

  • Tip Line

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What's Happening at Skyway

  • Skyway Movie Nigh is coming

    Skyway Movie Night March 1

    Our Skyway PTA will be hosting a family movie night on March 1. The movie will be Ralph Breaks the Internet. Admission is free and doors open at 5:30 with the movie beginning around 6:00. 


    Triple Play Night is March 15

    Triple Play Night Coming

    Come and join the fun for Skyway's Triple Play night! Skyway PTA will be offering a donut party for the class that has the most pre-sold wristbands! If you have any questions, contact our school PTA at skywaypta@hotmail.com


    Safe Passage Presentation

    There will be a free presentation for the community on social media and issues facing children and teenagers. The presentation will be February 27 at 6:00 at the Lake City High School Auditorium. Our counselor Mrs. Melton would like to encourage families to attend, or contact her if you have questions.


    Daryl Wilson recently was awarded the Shining Star Award for the CdA School District.

    Daryl Wilson Wins District Award

    Our playground assistant/crossing guard (and Skyway grandpa to four of his grandchildren) was recently awarded the Coeur d'Alene School District's Shining Star Award. In his nomination letter, Skyway staff said:

    "Daryl Wilson is genuine, proactive, and an enthusiastic advocate for children.  He currently works for the Coeur d'Alene School District to honor his wife, Sue, who passed away a couple of years ago.  She worked in the cafeteria, for many years before she became ill. His passion is to continue on with her legacy. He never misses a beat while crossing student at the cross walk or interacting with them on the playground.  He is always looking out for kids and has their best interests and needs at heart. He is kind, warm, and a pleasure to work with. He leads his crew each day and his colleagues look up to him in any situation.  Students refer to him as "Grandpa Duty". Kids are excited to see him each day.  He is a problem solver and often brings solutions to admin about how to improve procedures on the playground.  He is a true gem."


     

Ideas For Families

  • Programs from Hospice of North Idaho

    We understand that many of our families are going through difficult times. We wanted to share with you some of the programs that Hospice or North Idaho has available for children and teens.

    From Hospice of North Idaho:

    1. Camp Kaniksu, a free grief camp for kids and teens registration is open now through April 15th! If you know of anyone who would benefit from this camp experience please send them to our website to fill out the registration form https://www.hospiceofnorthidaho.org/camp-kaniksu/
    2. Our next Kids in Grief Support Group Series begins February 18th. This group goes for 6 weeks, each Monday from 4-5:00 PM. If you know anyone who would benefit from this support group have them call Sonja Dove, Bereavement Counselor at 208-772-7994 to register.
    3. Planning for our Kid’s Grief Awareness Day is underway! Mark your calendars for March 14th. This is a FREE, all day, community training event that will cover everything you need to know as a helping profession regarding kids and teens who are grieving. We are also planning on having a coffee truck in the morning and a taco truck for lunch. Flyers will be sent out within the next month once the Eventbrite registration is up. Please share this with anyone you think may benefit from this training. We are hoping for teachers, school counselors, day-care providers, foster parents, therapists, CBRS workers, etc.

     

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