PowerSchool Unified Classroom

Hello D91 students and parents! Over the summer we have made an exciting upgrade to PowerSchool, called Unified Classroom. With Unified Classroom students will have one location to see and complete assignments, tests, classroom web pages, grades and attendance, and communications from teachers. Parents will be able to see all upcoming assignments in one location, classroom web pages and more details on how their student is performing in school. Learn how to sign into Unified Classroom

Artist rendering of interior of new Skyline & Idaho Falls High School

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 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 million. Then, parents/patrons will have the chance to vote on $13.3 million in amenities that would include a D91 performing arts center at Skyline and innovative, flexible space at the new Idaho Falls High School that could be used for an auxiliary gym, arts performances and more. 

Questions? Send them to us

Colored Pencils with the words Back to School Night

Back-to-School Nights are a wonderful way to kick-off the school year. All our elementary schools have Back-To-School night activities on Monday, Aug. 27. Times vary so check your school's website or check with your school. Eagle Rock and Taylorview middle schools have Back-to-School Night events scheduled on Tuesday, May 28, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The high schools have activities planned on Wednesday, May 29. Questions? Send them to us

Calendar New Dates

The Board of Trustees has made some minor changes to the 2018-19 calendar.  The changes were made in response to feedback from parents at the end of this school year.

School will begin as scheduled on Wednesday, Aug. 29,  but will now end Friday, May 31. The new calendar DOES NOT affect Thanksgiving Break, Christmas Break or Spring break. The changes include:

  • Regular school days on Oct. 5 and Jan. 21, which were originally scheduled as PD/Inservice days.
  • A reduction in instructional hours closer to the minimum allowed by the state.
  • High school graduations will be rescheduled some time the week of May 27.

In the coming months, the district will gather more input from parents, teachers, staff and patrons on future school calendars. Questions? Send them to us.