nationalengineerslogoD91 is a proud partner of Idaho Falls' National Engineers Week Feb. 17-23. Our 6th graders on Friday, Feb. 22, will have the chance to hear from Vera Mulyani of Mars City Design. This project is selecting, developing and nurturing the most innovative design concepts for sustainable life on Mars. Many of our 8th grade girls will take part in INL's My Amazing Future event this week. And, our aspiring engineers and scientists have the chance to meet real-life engineers at a reception on Friday night. On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Museum of Idaho is hosting an Engineering Day from 1 pm to 5 pm. We love STEM in D91!


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 Ed Fdn LogoD91's graduating seniors have the chance to earn big money scholarships through the D91 Education Foundation. The foundation manages the Odd Fellows Scholarship, which awards $5,000 scholarships to D91 graduating seniors and former D91 graduates. It also manages the Maeck Family Foundation Scholarship, which offers $2,500 scholarships to D91 seniors. Download applications and apply today! Questions? Send them to us.

fire truck with firefighters

With help from the Idaho Falls Fire Department, we are promoting reading with the Blazing A Trail Reading Contest. Students who read the most minutes at each of our elementary schools between Feb. 11 and March 8 will win the chance to ride to school on a fire truck. The contest is open to students in grades K-6. For more details about the contest, students should check with their teachers. Thanks to Idaho Falls' firefighters for helping to spread a love of reading!

jumpstart college program a partnership with college of eastern idaho

Through a unique partnership between D91 and College of Eastern Idaho, D91 students can earn a year of college GEM credits while still in high school. GEM credits are typically those classes every student has to take such as Communications 101 and are easily transferable to any Idaho college or university. Applications are due Feb. 22. Learn more about the Jumpstart program.

cold weather & snowflake

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.