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Bonneville Joint School District No. 93


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Dr. Charles Shackett


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Welcome to Bonneville Joint School District #93


Student success by design, that’s the mission of Bonneville Joint School District 93. The school district was formed through the consolidation of ten smaller districts in 1950. Today Bonneville Joint School District 93 is one of the largest school districts in the state.

Developing confident learners who read critically, write effectively, solve complex problems accurately, and share talents fearlessly is our vision.

Bonneville Joint School District 93 understands that it takes the combined effort of the community to reach excellence and none of this would be possible without that support.


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The Bonneville Joint School District 93 Board of Trustees approved a resolution to run a bond election on March 13, 2018. The decision was made during the Board meeting on January 17th.

Why a bond measure?
The $35,319,840 Bond measure will:

  • Build and furnish a new 1,000 student core middle school to accommodate current student population growth at the seventh and eighth grade levels 
  • Construct safety improvements at Falls Valley Elementary 
  • Install a new roof at Iona Elementary
  • Design work to renovate Bonneville and Hillcrest High Schools, and
  • Acquire land for future school sites.

How is the bond financially structured?
Passage of the $35,319,840 bond will not impact the tax levy rate. The tax levy rate will remain the same: $5.79 per $1,000 in assessed value regardless of the outcome of the bond election. The duration of the bond will be set at 17.5 years. The total cost of the bond with interest is estimated to be $40,357,399.

Why now?
Bonneville Joint School District 93 continues to be one of the fastest growing districts in the state. Of the 168 school districts and charter districts in Idaho, D93 is now the fourth largest school district in the state and the largest outside of the Treasure Valley.  Current and future growth will help pay for these improvements without increasing the tax levy rate.  D93 had the largest percentage of growth last year for school districts with enrollments greater than 10,000 students.

Where can I find more information?
You will be able to find more information on the District website, the County's Election site, and the District Facebook Page.

Mission Statement:

Student Success by Design


Vision Statement:

Developing confident learners who read critically, write effectively, solve complex problems accurately, and share talents fearlessly.


  • Student needs come first
  • All individuals will learn and meet high expectations.
  • Quality educators make the difference.
  • Emotional and physical safety are essential.
  • We value and treat everyone in the school community with dignity and respect.
  • We welcome parents as partners in the education of their children.
  • We value the community as a contributor to our success.


Board of Trustee Goals:

  • Student Performance
  • Environment
  • Patron Engagement

Contact Info

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3497 N Ammon Road
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Phone: 208-525-4400

Fax: 208-529-0104