Sweet and Ola Elementary Schools

Emmett Ensures Educational Excellence

  • Dear Parents & Guardians:

    Since the start of the pandemic, we have been proud to serve all students breakfast and lunch at no cost regardless of the family income. While we are currently awaiting final guidance from the USDA, it is likely free meals will end prior to the start of the 2022-2023 school year.

    Based on the assumption that the District will need to charge for meals, starting August 22. 

    So, we are asking families to submit a 2021-2022 SY Free & Reduced Meal Application before May 26th, and a 2022-2023 application again in August, to ensure your student has a 30-day carryover status into the new school year. Doing it twice eliminates gaps between school years.

    Applications are completely confidential and will not be shared.

    Read more and see the application

  •  Welcome
    Sweet Montour & Ola Elementary Schools
     
    Both schools are rural schools in the Emmett School District and lie in the shadow of the beautiful Butte valley.
     
    Sweet-Montour Elementary is a K-5 school that is unique in that it has small multi-age classrooms - K-1, 2-3, and a 4-5. Students often support each other's learning by being mentors to the younger children and mentees to the older children, creating a family-like atmosphere.
     
    Ola Elementary was built in 1910, and is on the National Register of Historic Buildings. It is Idaho's oldest two-room schoolhouse and has grades K-6.  While many students are third and fourth generation Ola families, staff work to see students stay current with technology and world wide issues.
     
    Each school has a lead teacher, who manages daily operations, and a part-time principal, Wade Carter, who oversees instruction, curriculum, assessment and building management.

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