Idaho Literacy ProgramOne of D91's goals is to ensure all our students are proficient in reading. Idaho's new literacy intervention program is designed to help students who are not meeting important reading benchmarks. In D91, individualized reading plans will be created for all students in grades K-3 who are not reading at grade level and receive a 1 or 2 on the Idaho Reading Indictor. The plans will include specific interventions to address each child's individual needs and help them improve their reading skills. Learn More

Calendar PlanningThe Board of Trustees is currently  taking input on the proposed calendar for the 2017-18 school year, as well as calendars through 2021-22. The first day of school on all the calendars would be the last Wednesday in August and the last day of school would be during the first full week of June.‚Äč All calendars include a week off at Thanksgiving, two weeks off at Christmas and a week-long Spring Break.

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Board members are planning to adopt the calendars during their December meeting. Submit Comments 

Academy of Finance Our Academy of Finance will graduate it's first class this year. Students enrolled in the program based at Skyline High School complete a series of finance classes, as well as an internship during their senior year. The goal of the program is to connect high school students with real world experience in personal finance and financial services. If you'd like to learn more about the program or if you would like to have a student intern at your business please contact Bev Hott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Questions? Send them to us.


hs redesign classroomThe Board of Trustees is continuing to review various options for updating and modernizing Idaho Falls and Skyline high schools. Based on the cost estimates of the redesigns, board members feel it makes sense to explore the idea of a redesign of Skyline and the replacement of Idaho Falls High School. Before any final decisions can be made, board members have identified some key questions that need to be answered: Those questions include: Where would a new high school be located if it were built? What would happen to the current IFHS building? What would be included in the redesign of Skyline? The board will continue working on these issues in the coming weeks. The ultimate goal is to create schools that support the kind of engaging and relevant instruction our teachers are striving to deliver.  See Hummel Architects' final report on the various proposals, as well as cost estimates from Bateman Hall and financial considerations from financial consultants.  The goal is to redesign the buildings so they can support the instruction needed to ensure our graduates have the knowlege, skills and attributes they need to be successful beyond high school. View Conceptual Floor Plans.  Learn More