Adv opp infoIdaho's Advanced Opportunities program provides every Idaho student in grades 7-12 who attend an Idaho public school with $4,125 to get a jumpstart on college. Students can use the money to help pay for overload classes, dual credit classes that allow students to earn college credit, Advanced Placement tests that allow students to earn college credit or tests to earn career certifications such as Certified Nursing Assistant. Learn more about how students can make the most of the Advanced Opportunities program at a workshop from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at Eagle Rock Auditorium. All middle school and high school parents are encouraged to attend. Learn More  How It Works. Questions? Send them to Us.


All our schools will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5, for the Labor Day holiday. We wish all of our students, parents, patrons and staff a safe and happy long weekend. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Questions? Send them to us. 


PowerSchoolMobileAppResearch shows that parent involvement is critical to student success and setting up a PowerSchool account is a great way to stay connected with what your child is doing in school. You can find out about assignments, check grades, monitor attendance and email your child's teacher. Set up an account.  If you have an account, be sure to download the PowerSchool mobile app from the apple or android store, and enter the code: DWSM. Questions? Send them to us. 

SchoolLunchYou can now pay for school lunch online using our e-funds online payment system. It's easy to set up an account,  You also can sign up to receive reminders about low lunch balances and more.​ Questions? Send them to us.


raslogoEdgemont, Fox Hollow, Linden Park, Longfellow, Sunnyside and Temple View​ elementary schools are all offering the Right At School after-school program. The program includes a snack, fun activities, help with homework and more. Tuition varies depending on the number of days a student takes part. Learn more or  Register today.

hs redesign classroomThe Board of Trustees is continuing to review various options for updating and modernizing Idaho Falls and Skyline high schools. Based on the cost estimates of the redesigns, board members feel it makes sense to explore the idea of a redesign of Skyline and the replacement of Idaho Falls High School. Before any final decisions can be made, board members have identified some key questions that need to be answered: Those questions include: Where would a new high school be located if it were built? What would happen to the current IFHS building? What would be included in the redesign of Skyline? The board will continue working on these issues in the coming weeks. The ultimate goal is to create schools that support the kind of engaging and relevant instruction our teachers are striving to deliver.  See Hummel Architects' final report on the various proposals, as well as cost estimates from Bateman Hall and financial considerations from financial consultants.  The goal is to redesign the buildings so they can support the instruction needed to ensure our graduates have the knowlege, skills and attributes they need to be successful beyond high school. View Conceptual Floor Plans.  Learn More  Questions? Send them to us.