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    Idaho Falls School District 91 is developing a 10-year Master Facilities Plan that will help guide future decisions about how to update and improve our school buildingsIdeas being developed include closing schools, new construction, renovations, and boundary changes. Stay up to date on all the work that's been done.

" "Idaho Falls School District 91 is developing a 10-year Master Facilities Plan that will help guide future decisions about how to update and improve our school buildings. Ideas being developed include closing schools, new construction, renovations, and boundary changes. Stay up to date on all the work that's been done so far -- presentations & reports -- on the project website under the "Resources" tab. Work will continue over the summer and recommendations are expected to go to the Board of Trustees in September. Questions? Send them to us.

PS ISATStudents in grades 3 through 8 and 10 take the Idaho Standards Achievement Test or ISAT. These scores are now available through your PowerSchool Unified Classroom Account. If you have a PowerSchool Unified Classroom account you can access ISAT scores by logging in and selecting “Quick Links,” then “Portal Login Page” and then the “State Testing Results” tab. If you do not have a PowerSchool Unified Classroom account, or you are not able to access your existing account and need assistance, please call our D91 helpline (208) 524-7816 on business days between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m. Unfortunately, ISAT scores cannot be accessed through the PowerSchool mobile app.

psat 17All 8th and 9th graders this year took the PSAT 8/9, which measures math, reading and writing and language skills. Part of the SAT Suite of Assessments, the PSAT 8/9 identifies subject areas where students are strong and areas where they may want to improve. Eighth graders should have brought home a hard copy of their scores. Unfortunately, hard copy reports for 9th graders did not arrive from College Board before the end of school. Students will receive their hard copy report in the fall BUT they can access their scores now by going to www.collegeboard.org, clicking on “Sign Up” and creating an account.   ‚Äč

SATmoreAll 11th graders this year took the SAT, a college entrance exam. Those scores are available online through the College Board website at www.collegeboard.org. Your child should have created a College Board account to access scores. 

 

PSAT SATCollege Board and Khan Academy® have partnered to provide personalized practice for the SAT/PSAT. To receive a personalized study plan, students must simply connect their College Board account to their Khan Academy. Here are the step-by-step instructions:  

 

o   Go to satpractice.org to create a Khan Academy account or sign into an existing account.

o   Choose to link your Khan Academy account to your PSAT results.

o   Create a College Board account or sign into your existing College Board account and click “send” to send your scores and link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts.