Coeur d‘Alene Public Schools


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General Info:

  • Potential Boundary Adjustment

    The Post Falls and Coeur d'Alene School Districts are exploring the possibility of a boundary change, seeking to establish a permanent, common-sense boundary line in an agreement that is beneficial to both districts. It is important that we hear from potentially affected property owners, as a change may impact where your children attend school or the amount of property taxes you pay for public education. Letters have been sent to owners of property areas under consideration for boundary adjustment.

    Download/View the Letter [PDF] 

    Download/View a Map with Possible Adjustments [PDF]   

    Meeting Agenda [PDF]

    It is our intent to include a grandfather clause in any agreement to permit currently enrolled students directly affected by a boundary adjustment to attend the district of their choice until they complete schooling.

    The Board of Trustees for the Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls school districts will hold a joint workshop on Monday, March 19, to further discuss this issue and gather input from potentially affected property owners. The workshop is scheduled to begin at 6 pm at the Midtown Meeting Center, 1505 N. 5th St, in Coeur d'Alene.

    If you are unable to attend this workshop but would like to submit comments, you may send your comments to Lynn Towne, Clerk of the Board, Coeur d'Alene Public Schools, 1400 N. Northwood Center Court, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814. You may also email comments to her at

    A student paints a sign that says "Enough is enough" Student Demonstrations

    Students in our secondary schools participated in the National School Walkout on 3/14 to voice their concerns about school safety. An estimated 1,000 students took part in these student-led activities at 10 a.m. The students returned to their classes after about 20 minutes. They were respectful, thoughtful and well-behaved.

    Across the district, these students spoke about sharing their concerns and contributing their ideas to improving the safety of schools. They observed moments of silence to remember the victims of school violence, including the 17 who died one month ago at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Some signed a letter to members of Congress demanding changes they believe will help end gun violence. Others filled out voter-registration cards.

    Thank you to the Coeur d’Alene Police Department, Coeur d’Alene Fire Department and Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office for helping us prepare and for devoting additional resources to our schools. 

    Go here to learn more about what our students intended to accomplish with these activities, and read Superintendent Stan Olson's letter to families on the school district's approach to the student-led demonstrations.

    One Year Later - A Construction Bond Anniversary

    Seeking Partners: Adopt a Classroom

    We need partners to help us build lifelong preaders in our community! We invite you to adopt a classroom!

    Building readers in our community help us all. A student’s ability to read has a powerful implication for whether the child will enter college or find a good job. One of the most accurate predictors of a student’s future academic success is whether he/she has developed reading as a pastime pursuit.

    The possibilities are as endless as your imagination and the creativity of the teachers whose class you adopt! Read more about adopting a class.

    Download a brochure [7548 MB PDF]   

    It's Here! The 2018-19 Parent School Calendar

    The dates have been set for the 2018-19 school year. Download a calendar to see the dates for the first and last days or school, winter and summer breaks, parent-teacher conferences and more! When planning vacation dates for nexct year, please remember that each and every day counts. The days before and after a holiday or long weekend are important, too.

    2018-19 Parent Calendar [5.8MB PDF, Color]    2018-19 Parent Calendar [2.2MB PDF, B&W]   

    Web Accessibility

    Coeur d'Alene Public Schools is committed to making our websites accessible to all members of the community, including those with disabilities. We encourage you to share your experiences regarding the accessibility of our websites.

    Read More  l Download a Complaint/Request Form [pdf]


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