Press Releases and Letters to Parents

  • Ulmer tapped for behind-the-scenes Air Force tour in Texas to gain insight that may help students as they decide on next steps after high school

  • EHS Coach Marquez garners top 4A honor as SIC’s Softball Coach of the Year

  • Emmett Summer School begins June 3rd! Registration will be held along with an orientation on the same day at Black Canyon Junior Senior High School!

  • Superintendent Woods will share a bond proposal Monday (tonight) to address space and maintenance needs

  • EHS graduate and assistant principal Katie Watkins will assume communications/employee retention role in new school year

  • Emmett High School’s Chuck Alexander named SIC’s 4A Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year 

  • Emmett High School’s Rich Hargitt named SIC’s 4A Football Coach of the Year for second consecutive year

  • Emmett Middle School security doors functional; door bell camera will be installed

  • Career and Community Resource Fair open to the public 3 to 7 pm Thursday, February 24th 

  •  Free “Ready for Kindergarten”  workshop Tuesday, February 8th

  • Community opinions sought on how Emmett School District should spend federal COVID funds

  • Trustees change quarantine requirement from 10 to 5 days for people who test positive for COVID; mask strongly recommended for 5 more days

  • Middle School security remodel underway

  • Emmett trustees back plan to improve base pay for classified employees; increases effective January 16th

  • COVID letters to parents

  • Emmett High School hires new varsity baseball coach

  • Eight candidates file for three open Emmett Board of Trustees seats; election is November 2

  • Three Emmett Board of Trustee seats up for election in November; candidate filing deadline is Friday September 3rd

  • Emmett trustees OK plan to complete the Middle School new security entrance, approve plan to help retain staff; agree to review government curriculum

  • Important letter from Superintendent Woods regarding school opening and COVID

  • Emmett School District schedules preschool screening for children with developmental delays

  • Emmett summer school programs underway; sessions serve students in grades K-12

  • ESSER Funding - We want your suggestions

  • Emmett’s Suzi Morgan named Idaho School Nurse of the Year

  • Emmett’s bus driver trainer wins state student transportation award

  • District Offices closed this week to move to new location. Offices will be open Monday, June 28.

  • David Lileks named 4A SIC Girls Golf Coach of the Year 

  • Molly Yates named 4A SIC Boys Track Coach of the Year

  • Emmett School District receives $15,000 grant from local Albertsons Foundation to help feed school children during summer

  • ‘Emmett High School is very proud to have Gavin Watson as athletic director’

  • Shadow Butte's Dr. Nava will be recommended as new Principal to replace Todd Adams

  • Shadow Butte Principal accepts principal position at Star Elementary

  • Superintendent Craig Woods addresses the upcoming bond election

  • Superintendent Woods responds to comments regarding facts concerning the bond election

  • Emmett High hires new Head Girls Basketball Coach

  • Emmett High School hires new Head Girls Soccer Coach

  • Trustees approve recommended projects list for upcoming Bond Election; every building* would benefit from $68 million investment in schools with voter approval on May 18th

  • Emmett School District trustees adopt formal bond language with estimated cost to homeowner of $194 per $100,000 of assessed value; election is May 18th

  • Emmett High School Principal announces he will take a new role as ERA Principal and other district roles

  • Emmett School Board moves forward with $68 million bond for new high school on the May 18 ballot

  • Emmett Summer School begins June 7th, registration will be held June 5th from 8-5 pm at Black Canyon Jr-Sr High School

  • Emmett voters approve Supplemental Levy, but fail to pass the 10-year School Plant Facilities Levy

  • COVID Update:  Numbers remain low; staff members receive their second vaccination on March 5th

  • Board moves forward with project to repair Ola School so students can return for fall of 2021 

  • COVID Update: Continued positive numbers reinforce decision to keep all students in face-to-face learning; Emmett’s elementary students hit 100th day in the classrooms February 19th while secondary students mark 100 days on February 25th

  • COVID Update: Emmett Schools hold the line on COVID cases; District wide clinic was a big success, thanks to Valor Health

  • COVID Update: Gem County shifts to Orange; Emmett School remains in yellow category; District clinic set for January 29th

  • COVID Update: Numbers lowest since September. District’s nurses have been vaccinated; District clinic set for January 29th

  • Emmett School District offers food boxes to needy families in Gem County; Pantry sets Wednesday hours

  • COVID Update: New Year brings lower numbers