School News -- Last Newsletter

May 11, 2020

Isaiah 41:13

For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you. Do not fear. I will help you.

Important Dates!

I was hoping to be able to return to school next week, but we are not able too.

Next week is our last week of school. We will have a fun activity for your students to participate in each day. All the classes will have the same activity.

Monday - May 18, Balloon/Bean Bag Toss Activity

Tuesday - May 19, Scavenger Hunt

Wednesday - May 20, Paint a Rock for the school

Thursday - May 21, Pick up all school materials

Have a great summer and see you in the fall.

Last Day of School! Thursday May 21 Pick up - 9;00-12:00

On Thursday, May 21, you will be able to come to the school and pick up your child's materials. Pick up time is 9:00-12:00, if you need another time please contact me, through Remind.

The class picture and specialty pictures will be with their materials.

All our lost and found items will be on display.

Bring your painted rock, they will be placed around the school for you to find in the fall.

Remember to return all Chromebooks, iPad, or library books on that day as well.

PTL - Thank You!

Teacher Appreciation 2020

Tutoring with Mrs. Hegman

This summer Mrs. Hegman is offering one on one tutoring starting in June and go through July.

It will be in her classroom at the school. The cost would be $15.00 per time, 1-hour time slots.

If you are interested call her at 208-329-1083 or email her at


If you are struggling with tuition please contact us.

We want to help if we can. All tuition payments need to be completed by the end of June.

We appreciate all you do to keep our school going strong.

Track/Walking Path

The track/walking path will be installed this summer. Our goal is to start in July and have it completed by the end of August

We will have a special ribbon-cutting ceremony on the first week of September.

Church Service at Immanuel, Sunday May 10th

Children's Message from Pastor Sedlmayr, May 10th

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