District News

Thanksgiving Break Is Nov. 25-29 break


All D91 schools will be closed for Thanksgiving Break from Nov. 25-29. District offices will be closed Nov. 26-29. Transcript requests received during the break will be processed when the office reopens on Dec. 2. We wish all our students, parents, patrons and staff a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Give To The D91 Ed Foundation! fundraiser


A donation to the D91 Education Foundation supports teachers and inspires students. Last year, the Ed Foundation awarded more than $17,000 in college scholarships through partnerships with the Maeck Family Foundation, Odd Fellows and the Rahl Family and gave away more than $80,000 in grants to teachers through partnerships with the Maeck Family Foundation and our friends at FluorIdaho. Give a gift that makes a different by donating today!

D91 Accepting Input on 20-21 Calendar calendar


The Board of Trustees is accepting input on the proposed calendar for the 2020-21 school year. The calendar has a start date of Aug. 26. The last day of school will be a half day on June 3. It includes a week off at Thanksgiving, two weeks off over Christmas and a week long Spring Break in March. See the proposed calendar (Spanish). The board will accept feedback on the proposed calendar through Dec. 6. Click here to provide feedback.

Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences Are Week of Dec. 2 ptc


All of D91’s elementary schools will have early dismissal no Thursday, Dec. 5, and no school on Friday, Dec. 6, for Parent-Teacher Conferences. Conferences are a great way to connect with teachers and find out what your child is learning at school.

Board Reviewing Master Facilities Plan cooperative


The Board of Trustees has received the final report on the Master Facilities Plan, which will shape efforts to update and modernize D91’s schools. Some of the issues the board will be discussing as it determines the best way forward include: setting a bond amount, setting an election for the bond, working on long-term projects while still addressing ongoing maintenance needs. 

Board Approves Addition Designs sunnyside


As the Board of Trustees looks at long-term needs in the district, it is also trying to address immediate concerns. The board has approved the second step in the process to build an addition to Sunnyside Elementary School. Now that the design has been approved, next steps include: