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Bonneville Joint School District No. 93

 

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Dr. Scott Woolstenhulme

 

 

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In compliance with the Governor's declaration of an Extreme Emergency and the State Board of Education's directive, all schools are closed to students until April 20th. The District Office will also be closed to the public until the Extreme Emergency closure is lifted. If you require in-person assistance, please call (208) 525-4400 and leave a message to schedule an appointment. 

 

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Slow the Spread of COVID-19

in our community, our state, and our nation.


Idaho COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR GOVERNOR BRAD LITTLE'S STATEWIDE STAY-HOME ORDER ALL residents of Idaho must self-isolate and stay and work from home as much as possible, unless you work in healthcare, public safety or an identified "essential business" as defined in order. Residents can leave homes to obtain or provide essential services. People at higher risk (over 65 and/or health-compromised) should avoid leaving their homes. Employers that do not provide essential services as defined in order must take all steps necessary for employees to work remotely from home. coronavirus.idaho.gov Self-isolate "Essential" facilities & services open Grocery stores, healthcare facilities, gas stations, pharmacies, essential state and local government functions, laundromats/laundry services, financial institutions, residential and home-based care, veterinary services, hardware stores, limited child care for essential workers, infrastructure, and other businesses essential to the safety and wellbeing of the residents as defined in the order remain open. Restaurants open but only for drive-thru, carry-out, or delivery. "Non-essential" facilities & services closed Includes indoor gyms, recreational facilities, nightclubs, bars, entertainment venues, convention centers, hair and nail salons, public events and gatherings, dine-in restaurants (drive-thru, carry-out, delivery to continue), and other facilities and services not included in "essential" businesses as defined in order. No gatherings Limit travel Limit public transit Only to provide or obtain essential services. All non-essential travel must cease. Limit all non-essential gatherings of any number of individuals outside the household. Outdoor activity OK Outdoor activity near your home is not prohibited but residents are encouraged to keep distance of 6-feet from others not in their household. Wash hands, clean high touch surfaces, cover coughs and sneezes, and do not shake hands. Practice good hygiene Order in effect Wednesday, March 25, 2020, and will remain in effect for at least 21 days Governor Little and public health officials will reassess before end of 21-day period Final Stay-Home Order will be available at coronavirus.idaho.gov Updated March 25, 2020

Temporary Online Instruction Request Form

Solicitud de Instrucción Temporal en Línea

Go to the Bonneville Education Foundation website to donate for families in need of internet access.

District News

Schools are closed for students until April 20th
On Tuesday, March 25th, the D93 Board of Trustees voted to close schools to students until April 20th following the directive issued by the State Board of Education on March 24th. This closure also follows the Extreme Emergency Declaration and Stay-Home Order issued by Governor Little on March 26th.
Emergency Feeding Program will resume on Monday, March 30th
District 93's emergency feeding program will resume on Monday, March 30th.
Coronavirus (COVD19) Update
The outbreak of the coronavirus has created an understandably heightened level of concern among our parents, students, and staff members. I want you to know that this is a concern for us as well, and we take the responsibility of safeguarding our children’s safety seriously.
D93 News - March 10, 2020
VIDEO: D93 News is a weekly video publication from Bonneville Joint School District 93. New episodes are typically posted on Tuesdays during the school year.
March 2020 - Recognition for Thunder Ridge and Bonneville CNA programs CNA students practicing first aid skills
Last week, the Certified Nursing Assistant programs at Bonneville and Thunder Ridge were recognized by the Idaho Division of Career Technical Education for their outstanding achievement.
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Our Promise:

We will design success for every student

by 

building their confidence & increasing their literacy.

Cornerstones of Our Culture: Integrity, Teamwork, Positivity, Learning & Literacy

Pyramid of Student Success: All students learn to read by 3rd grade;

 

Contact Info

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

Fax: 208-529-0104