Juniors SAT exam on Tuesday, April 11.All our juniors on Tuesday, April 11, will be taking the SAT exam. Seniors will be taking the state's new civics test and Skyline, Idaho Falls and Compass Academy will have no classes for freshmen and sophomores that day. The SAT gauges a students' college and career readiness, giving them a sense of their strengths and areas where they may need improvement. Is your junior ready? Download the SAT's Daily Practice APP  or take a practice test  Questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Seniors to take Civics test in AprilBeginning with the Class of 2017, all Idaho students must take the U.S. Citizenship Test, and score at least 60 percent in order to pass. All seniors in District 91 will take the Civics Exam at 10 a.m. on April 11, which is the same day juniors will be taking the SAT. Here are some study aides to help students prepare for the exam. The 100 Questions & Answers  Flash Cards  Recursos españolesRecursos españoles  Questions? Send them to us  

Support the Education Foundation April 7th

Please support the D91 Education Foundation by attending its Adult Spelling Bee at 6 p.m. on Friday, April 7, at Keefer's Island Conference Center. Put together a team, sponsor a team, sponsor the event or just come out to cheer on our spellers. Learn More or contact Executive Director Marilou Hart

Register for KindergartenParents should complete a registration packet, English or Español and return it to the school they are zoned to attend, along with a copy of their chid's official birth certificate, current immunization records and address verification. Students must turn 5 by Sept. 1 to register for kindergarten in Idaho. Questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Help your child become a good readerThere are lots of things you can do to help your child learn the basic skills they need to become proficient readers. The first step is for children to learn their letters and letter sounds, and then they start blending those sounds to create words. Singing songs, reading rhyming books and saying silly tongue twisters are some ways you can help your child to become more sensitive to the different sounds in words. More Tips. Questions? Send them to us.