Fox Hollow Elementary

Online Newsletter

The Halloween Carnival was a huge success and we raised around $2,000 for our school! A special thank you to all the volunteers and teachers who helped make this a fun night for our students!

A Message From Mrs. Cherry

Happy October!

Fox Hollow students are the best in the west! We have over 230 Positive Office Referrals on our wall! Each one indicates a time where a student or staff member went out of their way to show excellence. I am so proud of everyone!

October is going to be a busy time for our Foxes! The PTO has planned a bowling fundraiser on Oct. 6 at Skyline Lanes and a Halloween Carnival on October 25. It is a great time to be a Fox!

October Dates to Remember

Oct. 5 - State of the District Address by Dr. Shank in the Little Theater at IFHS @7:00 pm

Oct. 6 - Skyline Lanes Fundraiser - Our school gets 50% of the value of the games purchased all day long! You must bring the yellow flyer your child received at school. None will be available at the bowling alley.

Oct. 7 & 8 - No school for kids. Teachers are in training.

Oct. 8 - Emotion Bowl Kick- Off @ 7:00 pm

Oct. 25 - Fox Hollow Halloween Carnival @ 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Oct. 29 - Wear your costume to school (Remember to keep costumes school appropriate: no excessive blood or gore, no weapons, no masks or paint that cover the entire face)


Coming up . . .

Nov. 22 - 26 - Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 2-3 - Fox Hollow Book Fair

There are no Scheduled Parent / Teacher Conferences this year. However, we are committed to ongoing and consistent communication between parents and teachers.

Dear Fox Hollow Families,


It is our goal to have open and ongoing communication with families to provide all students with a positive and productive learning experience.


If your student attends Fox Hollow, you can be assured that . . .

  • Faculty will communicate student successes and concerns in a consistent, timely, and culturally sensitive manner.

  • School information will be communicated via our school website and newsletter in both English and Spanish.

  • Classroom information will be communicated via newsletters, email, or phone.

  • Midterm grades and state or district assessments will be shared every six weeks and final grades will be shared every twelve weeks.

  • Grades will be posted to Schoology in a timely manner.

  • Families will be contacted if their student has a grade of a ‘D’ or below.


Please feel free to reach out to your student’s teacher by calling the school or emailing them individually. We want your children to succeed and ongoing communication is key to meeting this goal.


Thank you,

Fox Hollow Faculty and Staff

Why are there no scheduled parent - teacher conferences this year?

This question has come up a lot this year and for good reason!

Aren't parent conferences important?

Why wouldn't a district want to have conferences?


The reason for no scheduled parent conferences is because we believe communicating with families should not just happen on 2 scheduled days during the school year. We believe it should be happening much much more frequently. Ways in which teachers and parents can communicate has evolved dramatically in recent years. Gone are the days where parents and teachers only visit about students during scheduled times. We are committed to frequent and predicable communication using all available technology. If you would like to speak with your child's teacher - call our school or email them to set up an appointment. If you do not know their email, call our school and we will be happy to help.

Fox Hollow 208-524-7890

Sarah Cherry, Principal chersara@sd91.org

Family Educational Resource Center Opening Soon!

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Fox Kid Quotes

What are you learning about this month?


" Poems" - Nixxon Peterson

"What the Idaho state animal is (Appaloosa)" - Ximena Vironche

"Force" - Lorelei Kraft

"Addition and Subtraction" - Masen Pyne

"Gravity" - Xerxes Zollinger

News From the Book Cave (Library)

Students need to bring their books each week to library, even if they are renewing them. Please keep library books in their backpacks, so they always have them. A note will be sent home for books that are overdue. Please return them as soon as possible. We appreciate your efforts to prevent library shrinkage.

Here is the schedule for library. Books need to be returned on the day for the grades listed:

Tuesday: 1st grade and PM kindergarten

Wednesday: 2nd & 3rd grade, and Mrs. George's AM kindergarten

Thursday: 4th, 5th & 6th grade, and Mrs. Pincock's AM kindergarten

D91 Going Back to School Plan

For the most current information concerning our return to school and the safety precautions that are being taken, refer to the D91 webpage. Our focus is on opening schools and operating as close to normal as possible, while still taking steps to mitigate risks and reduce the spread of COVID - 19 in our buildings and our community.

https://www.d91.k12.id.us/userfiles/5350/my%20files/d91goingbacktoschoolplan.pdf?id=7950