Emmett Independent School District

Emmett Independent School District

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Preparing students for individual success.

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Important Information

  • Forms for Free or Reduced Meal Prices

    Parent/Guardians,
     
    If you have filled out a current 2018-2019 school year Meal Application for free or reduced priced meals, thank you. 
     
    If you have not submitted a new 2018-2019 school Meal Application please do so, as soon as possible.
    Applications are available on the District website, at each school and the Food Service office.
    Carry over meal status from the 2017-2018 school year ends on October 4th 2018.  
    If you don't have a current 2018-2019 Meal Application on file, your student/s meal status will automatically revert to full price.

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  • Invitation to participate on the Facilities Committee

    If you are interested in participating on the Facilities Committe, please contact Superintendent Wayne Rush - wrush@isd221.net. The first meeting is August 28th. For more information, see the Facilities Memo.


     

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  • Shadow Butte Mosquitoes

    Each year the Emmett Independent School District requests that the Gem County Mosquito Abatement District (GCMAD) assist in controlling the mosquitoes by spraying the school property. Regular fogging applications to control adult mosquitoes at Shadow Butte Elementary began Thursday, August 16, 2018.  Fogging applications are expected up to three times a week. “While the application will have a substantial effect on mosquitoes at the school at the time of application, abatement is not happening on adjacent properties and mosquitoes will re-infest the grounds rapidly,” said Jason Kinley, Director of GCMAD.

    Parents and staff are asked to take precautions to protect themselves from being bitten by mosquitoes. Parents may send mosquito repellent and a note giving school staff permission to apply the repellent as the student leaves the building for recess. Students may also protect themselves by wearing long sleeves and pants. It may be a little warm, but much better than being eaten by mosquitoes.

    When mosquitoes are the worst, the school will be holding recess indoors and having students line up for buses in the Gym. The infestation of mosquitoes is not expected to go away until we have our first frost.

    For more information, please see the attached letter.

     

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District News

FAQ's

  • How am I notified of school emergencies, weather closures, etc?

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    Our District communication system is through Infinite Campus. You may view and edit your notification preferences by logging into Infinite Campus and clicking "Contact Preferences".

    To change your phone numbers, address, or name, please contact your student's school office.

    You may also find weather closure information from the following resources:

    Radio:       KIZN (92 FM), KZMG (93.1 FM),  MIX 106 FM LITE (107.9 FM),  WOW Country (104.3 FM), KSRV (1380 AM & 96.1 FM),   KKGL (96.9 AM), KFXD (580 AM),  KBOI (670 AM), KTIK (1350 AM), KQFC (98 FM),  KISS FM (103.5),  KBSU (91.5 FM), KIDO (630 AM),  KINF (99.1 FM & 730 AM)       

    Television:    KBOI (CHANNEL 2), KIVI (CHANNEL 6), KTVB (CHANNEL 7) 

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  • How can I view my student's progress or schedule?

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    The District uses Infinite Campus. Parents are able to view grades, attendance, student schedules, etc. Only one login is necessary to view all your children.

    Your student(s) school office will be able to give you your login information.

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  • How do I register my child for school?

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    Please complete an enrollment form, provide a certified birth certificate, current record of immunizations, and proof of residence.  The enrollment form may be picked up from the school. The enrollment form must be submitted to the school in your residential zone. If you wish to attend a school outside of your zone, please complete an Open Enrollment Form.

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  • May I request my child(ren) attend a school outside of our residential zone?

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    To request your child attend a school outside of your residential zone, please complete our Open Enrollment Form. The form may be picked up or requested from the District Office or downloaded from our website in the Parents/Students section. The completed form must be submitted to the Emmett School District Office for approval.

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  • What school will my child(ren) attend?

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    Our District is separated into school zones.

    Each elementary school has it's own residential area. You may enter your address in our Google Boundary Map to find your zone or contact the Transportation Department at 208-365-3207. Please note Shadow Butte and Sweet are K-5th and Kenneth J Carberry is K-4th.

    We have one Middle school, 5th through 8th grades, and two high schools. Emmett High School is 9th through 12th. Black Canyon High School is our alternative high school.

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School Board Meetings

  • Regular School Board meetings are held the second (2nd) Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Butte View Complex at 400 S Pine St, Emmett ID 83617. Special meetings are also called when necessary.
    Board elections are held in November with the Officers (Chairperson, Treasurer, etc) elected annually at the January Board Meeting by a vote of the Trustees.  
     
     
    Board Meeting Agendas are posted online with BoardBook, a Web-based software application that electronically streamlines the preparation of board agenda packets and builds a searchable archive of meeting agenda packets and approved minutes. 
     
     

Vision & Mission

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    Vision Statement
    The Emmett School District implements innovative and best educational practices utilizing cutting edge technology and rigorous curriculum. Passionate, visionary professionals guarantee high level learning across all grades. Our district works collaboratively in state of the art facilities to ensure all students are empowered to succeed in life beyond high school.
     
    Mission Statement
    Emmett School District will prepare all students for individual success.
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