Principal: Eileen Blough
Office Mgr: Shelli Quant
Office Asst: Sally Blair
H.Custodian: Paul Gregoire
Mon - Fri: 8 am-4 pm
M: 9:50 - 3:30 pm
T,W,Th,F: 8:50 - 3:30 pm
Fax: 208-769-2984Eileen Blough, PrincipalE-mail: Eileen BloughShelli QuantE-mail: Shelli QuantSally BlairE-mail: Sally BlairPaul GregoireE-mail: Paul Gregoire
In an effort to make sure our school site is safe, please make sure that you are following our policy on volunteers and visitors to our building. The front doors to the main building are the only entry point to the school, all other main and classroom doors are locked during the day. *Before, during and after school, please sign in at the office and get a visitor's pass before going to the classroom. It is also important to remember to sign out and return badge when you leave.
If a child must leave early during the school day, the parent must stop by the office to sign him/her out. We will have your child meet you at the office. For your child’s safety we will not release any student to anyone other than parents or legal guardians without permission from parents. Students who are tardy or are returning to school from an appointment must check in at the office. Please try to schedule appointments for your child after 3:30 p.m.
Our school has an Asbestos Management Plan available for public review in the office. If you have any questions, please contact our maintenance department at 664-8945.
Please make sure your students know how they are getting home after school each day. Discussing after school plans with your children before leaving home each day allows us to keep the phone lines open for emergencies. If you need to let your child know about after school arrangements, please contact the school before 2:30 so we have enough time to notify your child.
If your child brings a cell phone to school, it needs to be off and in their backpack while on school grounds. If you need to contact your child during the day, please call the office. Students will only be able to use the office phone with permission from their classroom teacher.