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Elementary students with the word LEARNOur office will be open on Aug. 13 and 14 for fall registration. To register your child please bring a completed registration packet, copy of your child's birth certificate and immunization records and proof of address. Our back to school night is August 27th from 6:30 - 8:00 and the first day of school is August 28th. 

Calendar changeSchool will start on Wednesday, Aug. 29 and now end on Friday, May 31. The new calendar has the same Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring breaks. The changes include regular school days on Oct. 5 and Jan 21, which were originally scheduled as inservice days. The Board of Trustees made changes to the 2018-19 school calendar in response to feedback from parents.

IFHS SHS Exterior

D91's parents and patrons will go to the polls on Aug. 28 to vote on a bond to update and modernize our high schools. The bond proposal includes: $55.8 million for a new Idaho Falls High School, $28.4 for major renovations to Skyline and $2 million to begin the conversion of the current IFHS campus into a Career Technical Education Center for a total base bond of $86.2. Patrons will also have the chance to vote on $13.3 million in amenities. 

Learn more about the bond at 7 pm Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Taylorview Middle School and 4:30 pm Wednesday, Aug. 15, at Eagle Rock Middle School.

Image of school bus with studentsNot sure where your neighborhood bus stop is? Can't remember what time the bus comes? You can get all this information using our "Bus Stop & Times link. Questions? Call the transportation department at (208) 525-7580. 

Idaho Falls School District
Webpages & Phone Numbers

District Office   208-525-7500
Child Nutrition   208-525-7513
Employment     208-525-7503
Music Dept      208-525-7572
Special Ed       208-525-7516
Transportation  208-525-7580

690 John Adams Parkway, Idaho Falls, ID 83401

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A culture that empowers, instruction that engages and technology that enables.

The district has three focus areas: Literacy, Numeracy and College and Career Readiness.

Our goal is for students to gain mastery in the traditional core subjects of English, Math, Science and Social Studies. We also want them to learn the 21st Century skills of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, which will enable them to become lifelong learners and good citizens.