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THIS WEEK’S EVENTS

  • Kindergarten Field Trip (a.m. classes), Monday, May 16
  • ONE-HOUR EARLY RELEASE, Monday, May 16
  • Statewide and Local Elections (Longfellow is a polling location.), Tuesday, May 17
  • 4th Grade Rendezvous, Tuesday, May 17
  • Kindergarten Field Trip (p.m. class), Thursday, May 19
  • 1st Grade Field Trip, Friday, May 20
  • 6th Grade Picnic w/ Parents, Friday, May 20
  • 4th Grade “Go West” Musical, Friday, May 20
  • 2nd Grade Kid Town, Friday, May 20
  • Every Friday, School Spirit Day. Students are encouraged to wear their Longfellow shirts and show their school pride!

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • 6th Grade Track Meet, Tuesday, May 24
  • Kindergarten Picnic w/ Parents, Tuesday, May 24
  • 4th Grade Field Trip, Tuesday, May 24
  • Kindergarten Graduation, Wednesday, May 25
  • LAST DAY OF KINDERGARTEN, Thursday, May 26
  • 2nd Grade STEM Day at Zoo, Thursday, May 26
  • 5th Grade Field Trip, Thursday, May 26
  • 6th Grade Awards Assembly, Thursday, May 26
  • LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, Friday, May 27
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K-6 Counseling Curriculum On Review school

 

The Board of Trustees is considering adoption of the new digital Second Step K-6 counseling curriculum. The materials are currently on a 30-day review for parent input. The board is expected to approve the materials at its June Meeting. To access the materials, including the full scope and sequence, standards alignment charts and sample lessons, parents and patrons can go to www.secondstep.org and click on "Learn More." D91's top learning targets for the counseling curriculum include: a creative approach to learning tasks and problem solving, self-discipline and self-control, perseverance to achieve long- and short-term goals, empathy and leadership and teamwork skills to work effectively in diverse groups. Parents and patrons can provide input by completing this short online survey. If you can't access the online materials, please call our curriculum department at (208) 525-7500 and we'll try to get them to you in another format. 

D91 Offers Summer Breakfast & Lunch food


D91 is pleased to offer free breakfast and lunch to children Monday through Friday at the following schools: Skyline, June 6-July 1; Compass Academy, June 13-24; Emerson, June 13-30 & July 6-28; and Fox Hollow, Hawthorne, Longfellow, and Dora Erickson, June 13-July 1 & July 11-29 and Ethel Boyes, June 6-July 1 & July 11-29. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 am to 9 am. Lunch will be served from 11:45 am to 12:15 pm. No to-go meals. All meals must be eaten on site. 

Sign Up Now For Summer Band/Orchestra! music


D91 is pleased to offer Summer Band & Orchestra classes Mondays through Fridays June 6-29. This is a great chance for students in 5th or 6th grade or older to learn to play woodwind, brass, violin, cello to bass instruments. Classes will be held in the Taylorview choir and band rooms. Times vary depending on instrument. Learn more. Register at your school! 

Complete Free & Reduced Application TODAY! lunch


Many D91 programs depend on funding tied to free and reduced meals. If you have not already filled out a free and reduced application this year, please do so ASAP to help ensure D91 receives funding to support important programs like all-day kindergarten. Complete application online here. Paper copies are also available at your school. If you have any questions, please contact D91’s Child Nutrition Office at: (208) 525-7532. 

See D91 Facilities Master Plan Recommendations facilities

After reviewing more than 5,000 survey responses and other community input, the Facilities Master Plan recommendations have been presented to D91's Board of Trustees. The recommendations call for: building a new IFHS at the new site on 49th & Holmes, renovating Skyline High School, building a new elementary school on the south side, and replacing Temple View with a new elementary school on the north side. Read the final recommendations report here. Information about all the facilities work that has been done this year is available on the project website. Previous presentations, surveys and reports are on the "Resources" page while the work done in 2019 are on the "2019 Reports, Work & Plan" page.