Talking with your kids banner Free WorkshopD91 and Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center are teaming up once again for a parent seminar sharing strategies for parents to talk with children about traumatic events such as mass shootings, terrorist attacks, natural disasters and tragic loss. The FREE seminar is Wednesday, Jan. 23 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Taylorview Middle School. The keynote speaker is Richard Palmer with EIRMC's Behavioral Health Center. Please join us!

mark your calendarMark your calendar for middle school and high school parent-teacher conferences on Jan. 31. Our middle schools and high schools will have early dismissal on Jan. 31 and no school on Feb. 1. Check with your school for more information and specific conference times.


Idaho Falls School District 91 is hosting a job fair on Saturday, Feb. 9. This fairr is specifically focused on elementary school teacher candidates for the 2019-20 school year. If you're interested in joining our team, please complete an application and register for the upcoming job fair by Feb. 6. Questions about elementary positions?

calendar left blueAfter considering feedback from parents and staff, the Idaho Falls Board of Trustees has adopted a calendar for the 2019-20 School Year. School will start on Aug. 27 and finish May 29. Thanksgiving Break will be Nov. 25-29, Christmas Break will be Dec. 23 - Jan. 3 and Spring Break will be March 23-27. There will be no school on Oct. 3-4 for state and district inservice. See the 2019-20 Calendar. Questions? Send them to us.  


The Idaho Falls Board of Trustess is asking District 91 patrons to renew its $6.8 million supplemental levy, which provides critical funding for Idaho Falls' schools. It has been in place for more than 30 years. The amount has not changed since 2003. Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Learn more about the Supplemental Levy ElectionQuestions? Send them to us

D91 World GlobePaul Haacke has been appointed to the Idaho Falls Board of Trustees to fill the Zone 2 seat. An Idaho Falls businesman, Haacke has five children who have attended or are currently attending D91 schools. His interest in serving on the school board came from a desire to give back to the communikty and make a better learning environment for students. He will be sworn in at the Feb. 13 board meeting. 

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In the winter, it's not unusual for temperatures in eastern Idaho to dip well below zero, and reach as low as 20 below with the wind chill factor. Occasionally, these cold temperatures and other severe weather conditions make it necessary to close schools for the safety of our students. The Superintendent makes the decision to close school by 6:30 a.m. based on the best information available. The Superintendent considers early morning temperatures, the day’s forecasted temperatures, wind chill and other factors. Parents always have the right to decide what is best for their family and can keep their children home if they believe the weather is too severe for them to attend school. Learn more about winter closures.

A girl with pigtails reads a book with D91 Proud title.Idaho Falls School District 91 is committed to ensuring all students read at or above grade level by the end of 3rd Grade. Research shows that meeting these reading benchmarks is critical to a child’s success in school. Here are some resources to help you help your child develop important reading skills with a focus on vocabulary, comprehension and fluency. Fluency Tips   Phonics Tips  Reading Tips   Vocabulary Tips