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Summer Hours

7:00 am to 3:00 pm

Monday - Thursday

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Summer School 2017

APPLICATION FORM

SESSION I Social Studies/History – June 19 – June 30, 2017

SESSION II English/Language Arts – July 10 – July 21, 2017

SESSION IIIMath – July 24 – August 4, 2017

SESSION IVScience – August 7 – August 18, 2017

BCSD #101 FREE SUMMER MEAL

program is available to ALL children between the ages of 1-18

NO MEALS SERVED AT ANY SITES JULY 3rd-7th 2017

Sites: Dates: Times:

Food that’s in when Schools Out

The summer meal programs are funded by the USDA No applications necessary.

The program rules are:

>Meals can’t be served 1 minute before /1 minute after serving times.

>All meals must be eaten on site.

>Adults may not eat any part of the child’s meal.

>Adults may purchase a meal for $3.60.

If you are bringing a large group (more than 10) please call 946-9844 to leave a message with head count.                               

This institute is an equal opportunity provider.

Boundary County

Jr. High

June 19th through August 18th

No Meals July 3rd-7th 

12:00pm

1:00pm

Valley View

Elementary School 

Reading Program

June 29th through July 27th 

Thursdays ONLY 

Snack

11:30pm

12:00pm

1:00 pm

1:30pm

Bonners Ferry

Municipal Pool

June 19th through August 18th  

Mon-Fri Snack 

9:45am

10:15am

Trinity

Lutheran Church

July 31st through August 4th  

1 Week ONLY 

12:15pm

1:45pm

Bonners Ferry

High School

June 19th through August 18th

No Meals July3rd-7th    

8:00am

8:30am

 

FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS


Mt. Hall Wildcat of the Year

Once a year Mt. Hall Elementary recognizes one distinguished student from each class with the highly-prized honor of "Wildcat of the Year".  The staff at Mt. Hall School would like to congratulate the following students who are our 2016-2017 Mt. Hall Wilcats of the Year:  Kindergarten: Reya Riverman.  1st Grade: Boston Alexander.  2nd Grade: Aulana Russell.  3rd Grade: Sadie Frederickson.  4th Grade:  Bradlee Bennett.  5th Grade: Ana Hilda (Anita) Ortiz.

We recently surveyed 1,004 Idaho adults to find out how they feel about education in our state. Where do Idahoans stand? And how do your views on education match up?

Here’s what we learned:

Education is Idaho’s top priority

When considering our state’s economy, the environment and public education, over half of Idahoans who took the survey feel that public education is the most important issue facing Idaho today. Continue reading »

A good education = academics + grit

In addition to the basics like reading, writing, and math, 3 out of 4 believe that teaching hard work, persistence and responsibility is also important. Continue reading »

Idahoans want equity in schools

An overwhelming majority (92%) think it is Idaho’s fundamental responsibility to provide free, high quality education to all children regardless of background or economic status. Continue reading »

Rural residents are tougher critics

Rural residents (48%) are less likely than suburban ones (60%) to recommend their school district to families looking for top-notch schools. Continue reading »

Good teachers and schools matter

70% of Idahoans support the I-SAT and 2 in 3 Idahoans (66%) think the state's public schools should teach to the same academic standards as the rest of the country. Continue reading »

Idahoans support charter schools

Most Idahoans support charter schools when they are described in concept and most Idahoans who know there’s a charter school in their area believe it to be better than the regular public school by a two to one margin. Continue reading »

Learn more about the People’s Perspective survey or download the full report.

Emergency School Closures

With the winter months at hand, Boundary County School District No. 101 wants to inform patrons that school closures due to weather/road conditions will be announced on the following:

RADIO STATIONS TV STATIONS
KBFI 1450 AM KREM TV CHANNEL 2
KPBX 92.1 FM KXLY TV CHANNEL 4
KDRK 94 FM KHQ TV CHANNEL 6
KPND 95.3 FM    
K102 & AM      

Emergency school closure information will be on our emergency telephone line 267-8934.  The District will also be using the power announcement system to notify parents, guardians and staff of any school emergency, including school closures.  It will also be posted on our district’s website at www.bcsd101.com and posted on www.newsbf.com.

Please use these sources to learn of closure information.  Also remember inclement weather may cause buses to be less punctual so dress your children accordingly to meet these conditions.        

Find more about Weather in Bonners Ferry, ID

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District Closed July 3rd-7th
Free Sports Physicals August 1
First Day Of School September 5

No School

State In-Service

October

5th & 6th

Thanksgiving Break

November 20th-23th

Christmas Break

December 25th-January 4th

Spring Vacation

April 2nd-5th

Memorial Day

May 28th
Last Day For Seniors May 31st
BFHS Graduation June 2nd
Last Day Of School K-11 June 7th
8th Grade Promotion June 7th
Have A Great Year!

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Food Service

2017 - 2018

Meal Information

Parents & Guardians

Apply for Free & Reduced Price Meals
In the National School Lunch/Breakfast Program

DOWNLOAD FORM HERE

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