Skyway Elementary

Soar with the Eagles

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

Stand Up, Speak Up

  • We are committed to eliminating bullying in our schools. When you see someone being bullied, don't stand by —choose action! Read more about this initiative by clicking on the icon.

    Report a Bully!

Welcome to Skyway!

  • Attention All Dads! 


           We are in need of Skyway Dads to help us with Aloha Day!  Aloha Day will be held on the last day of school (Friday, June 9th) from 9:30-11:30 at Skyway.  We will be providing all the dads who volunteer with bottled water, coffee, and doughnuts.  Dads will be in charge of running an Aloha Day station.  Stations include fun activities like three legged race, sack race, soccer, relay races, juggling, cup stacking, etc.  If you are interested in taking part in this very fun day please e-mail Roni Melton ( or Megan Neary (  We are looking forward to seeing lots of Skyway Dads at Aloha Day this year! 



    eight math students and their coach   students and teachers celebrating

     four boys holding awards   

    Mathletes Shine at Masters

    5th graders win 2nd place in Northwest

    Our fourth and fifth grade Math is Cool Masters teams did an amazing job in Moses Lake at the Masters Competition against top math students across the Pacific Northwest (private and public schools). Almost as impressive as winning 2nd place was that one of the other coaches praised their coach on what amazing teamwork and enthusiasm the teams demonstrated. These eight students have worked very hard and represented Skyway, Coeur d'Alene, and Idaho with great pride.



    2017-2018 Registration for ALL GRADES

    Come in any time during school hours. Bring in a State certified birth certificate, updated vaccinations, and a proof of residency. If you have a Kindergartener come in and fill out the forms and schedule an appointment for testing.


Principal's Message

  • Springtime Fitness

    Spring brings our focus on fitness outdoors.  Skyway has two fitness events coming up.

    The Skyway Tech Trot will be held on Friday, May 19th.  This is a school-wide event that occurs during the school day.  Our students go outside with their grade level peers and walk or run laps around the course on our field.  Everyone participates and it is very fun!  The students get pledges before the trot for the number of laps they complete.  The funds collected are used to purchase additional chromebooks for student use at school.   Remember, the focus is on fitness and full participation by everyone.  No pledges are required.

    Run for 271 is a district-wide family event held at McEuen Park on Saturday, June 3rd.   Children ages 2-12 can run the obstacle course set up by school district PE teachers.  There is also a FUN 5K  for all ages.  The course is a non-timed 3.1 mile route that will take you through our beautiful downtown Cda.  Following these events the Play Pen is open!  It includes a wide variety of fun activities for all ages 2-12.  To register go to 

    Be sure to join us for this fun day at the park.   


    Your Principal, Janice Beauchamp


    Jan Beauchamp , Principal of Skyway Elementary


Ideas For Families

  • puzzle piece with ideas for families whose children report bullying





    Cell Phones and Children


    More and more really good kids are getting in big trouble with cell phones.
    Teachers are pulling their hair out over students who spend more time text messaging than learning. Some students are even using phones to take inappropriate pictures of test answers… and each other!
    Teen drivers and cell phones create havoc… and death!
    Parents are finding themselves in constant battles with their kids over huge cell phone bills, lost phones, stolen phones, damaged phones, phones being used at the dinner table and during church, phones being taken away at school, etc.
    Here are some suggestions:

    •   Be a good model. Don't use your phone while driving, and show respect for others by turning it off when you should.
    •   Let your child know that they can have a phone only when they can pay for the privilege.
    •   Don't fall into the trap of believing that your kid has to have a phone for safety reasons.
    •   If the phone is lost, stolen, or taken away at school, it's gone. Don't buy them another.
    •   Take it away if it becomes a problem.

    While this advice may seem old-fashioned, parents who follow it raise far more respectful and responsible kids.

    Dr. Charles Fay