Current News


Congratulations to our P.R.I.D.E. Winners

Congratulations to Teresa Budd from Page Middle School and Mariah Yazzie from Manson Mesa High School, two of our November P.R.I.D.E. recipients! Along with Michele Calnimptewa from Desert View Intermediate, Ms. Budd received Personal Recognition In District Education (PRIDE) to share the outstanding efforts of our certified and classified staff. Each school also recognizes those students who are Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excellent (PRIDE) in the way they act and go about the business of learning. Congratulations to Keegan Dodson, Bronson Hicks, Sheldon Manymules, and Rachel Stice for demonstrating PRIDE in their education.


Beat the Winter Blues with Community Education - Now Enrolling

Community Education, the School District's lifelong learning program, is currently taking enrollment for our popular winter session of classes. Our class catalog can be found inserted into the Sunday, January 3, 2016 Idaho Statesman (subscribers only), mailed to local residents (by January 8, 2016), in Boise Public Library branches, online at, or click on the course catalog image below. Click here to review a PDF of the catalog. Winter session runs January 25th through March 17th. Register up to the night a class begins (space permitting). Registration continues through the end of the session.

Upcoming Board Meetings

Math Informational Meetings

The School District's Math Department will hold a number of brief informational meetings this month to help parents of 5th and 6th grade students better understand the possible.

Montessori Program

The School District's Public Montessori program is accepting applications from now until February 12th. The program is offered at Liberty Elementary School.

Students Computer Coding

A number of School District’s schools participated in Hour of Code activities on Wednesday, December 9th, including students at Garfield Elementary School.

Did You Know?

2015 Annual & Five Year Developer Fee Report

Each year the District provides to the public information on impact fees received from new residential and commercial/industrial development. The 2015 Annual & Five Year Developer Fee Report documents the collection and expenditure of developer fees used to mitigate the impact of new development on the school facilities.

Providing students
scrupulous academics

Enough said about the higher education. What does being educated mean for kids?
Studies show that early childhood education yields significant long-term benefits.

Career Opportunities

Opportunities to teach at the beach are available throughout the entire school year. Our mission is to fill our nearly 13,000 teacher positions.

The School District is far from your average school system. We actively seek and recruit the most promising teachers on a national level.Text...

The hiring process to become a teacher can begin in more than one way. All candidates must submit an online application.