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Now accepting Head Start applications for the 2023-2024 school year. Click to complete the pre-application.
Ahora aceptando solicitudes del Head Start para el año escolar 2023-2024. Haga clic a continuación para completar la solicitud previa.
Miss Curria's class had some special guests in their classroom last week! Bunnies from a local farm were able to come and visit! The students enjoyed holding the bunnies as well as learning more about where they live and what they eat. They even got to feed them carrots!
For every 15 minutes you read with your child, write the date in a box. When all the boxes are dated, return this log for a free book to keep and enjoy at home. Head start is funded by a federal grant. In order to keep getting this grant, Head Start has to match 30% of our grant dollars with volunteer or or donated time/materials. Each hour you spend with your child reading contributes $17.24 to our grant. Filling out this sheet will gain $258.60 grant dollars for Head Start!
As the school year winds down, I have reflected a lot on the many accomplishments of our district. We have indeed taken flight this year!
Instructionally, we have learned to adapt in an ever-changing world of technology and yet remain committed to personal learning and interactive experiences. Academically, we strive to meet our learners' needs in our classrooms with engaging, problem solving, critical thinking and collaborative opportunities. Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities continue to flourish with numerous district, state, national and academic championships.
As with any success, these results do not come without the preparation, drive, hard work, passion and dedication of each team member. These values are the foundation of our culture and I am fortunate to be on a team that exhibits these characteristics on a daily basis.
In the past couple of weeks, it has been affirmed to me that our district truly embraces our motto of "More Together." In our efforts to adjust to a devastating fire, I watched, listened and facilitated multiple meetings in which representatives of administration, the Board of Trustees, Maintenance & Operations, Food Service, Transportation, Technology and a BLT came together to brainstorm ideas for solutions that capitalized on each team member's valuable input to maintain the continuity of learning and activities while making efforts to minimize disruptions. It was obvious through this experience that this type of problem solving happens continually throughout our district. Please know how much each of you are appreciated as you take part in daily discussions that have the same goals in mind.
It is with admiration and respect that the Board and your district leadership flight team recognize all of your contributions not only this week, but the entire year. And please, enjoy a fun experience with your gift card.
Superintendent Dr. Douglas Howell
Important changes are coming to Idaho Medicaid eligibility.
Find out how this will impact your benefits and what you need to do by visiting the DHW Medicaid Protection FAQ page.
Each year in February, Lookout Credit Union partners up with city of Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad, Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 and the Marshall Public Library to bring the Mayor’s Million Minute Marathon Reading Challenge. This reading program challenges all K-5 learners to read a combined total of a million minutes in the month of February.
PCSD 25 has partnered with the United Way to welcome new learners.
Elementary schools invited incoming Kindergarteners and their families to their neighborhood schools to complete the registration process for the 2023-2024 school year.
Incoming Kindergarten learners received a READ, TALK, PLAY swag bag and t-shirt sponsored by the United Way.
PCSD 25 will continue to accept learners. If your child will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2023, Register today!