The Souper Bowl has officially begun! IFHS & SHS have started collecting donations for their annual food drive, now the area's second largest food drive benefitting the Idaho Falls Community Food Basket. To donate, drop off your cans at any D91 school by Tuesday, Feb. 7. You can also donate cash by through SHS' gofund.me account Or, to IFHS using the IF Community Food Basket's Venmo account: @CFBIdahoFalls (Make sure to include IFHS in your comments.) Good luck to both the Tigers and the Grizzlies!
One District, One Book Starts Feb. 6
Because of the school closures, D91's One District, One Book, our districtwide book club, is being rescheduled for Feb. 6-24. Elementary schools will hold kick-off assemblies next week and then the youngest elementary school child in every family will bring home a copy of this year's title along with a reading calendar. If you can't read together, check out our ODOB page for audio recordings you can listen to on the go. We'll also post the daily trivia questions, and the answers to the previous day's question. Research shows reading aloud together for just 15 minutes a day improves reading skills so let's read together and create a community of readers!
STOPit Expands To BussesD91 has expanded its anonymous reporting system to its fleet of school busses. Students and parents can now use the system to report safety concerns such as bullying to threats of violence 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Concerns can be reported through STOPit in the D91 App, through a link on school and district websites, a direct link on all student Chromebook devices or via a telephone hotline at (855) 999-0932. Just search for Idaho Falls Transportation and share your concern.
Make Mental Health A Priority
As you consider your new year resolutions, keep in mind your mental health and the importance of maintaining balance in your life. Balancing busy family schedules, never-ending household duties, work life, and your personal life can be challenging. Check out Parent Guidance's January Mental Health Newsletter for tips on how to create and maintain balance in your life and the importance of prioritizing, scheduling, and saying NO. D91 makes FREE mental health resources like the Mental Health Newsletter available to all D91 families as part of its ongoing partnership with Parent Guidance. Visit parentguidance.org to learn more about the other FREE resources.
Welcome Back Video
Hello Temple View Students! We are excited about this school year. It is going to be a great year. Watch this video for great tips about coming back to school.