The Frank Church Statesman
As we continue with second semester I would like to highlight some of the great things that our students have accomplished so far this year.
We have approximately 23 students with a 3.0 grade point average or higher who made Honor Roll for 2nd quarter.
We have over 29 students currently enrolled in AVID. They will be doing a service project creating homeless kits and team-building activities this spring. AVID stands for "Advancement via Individual Determination." This program provides students with the necessary skills to succeed in college.
We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of our students.
Thank You & Go Cougars!
Important Dates this Month
February 10th & 11th
Senior Photo Day
In Person School
Students with Last Names M-Z
February 12th & 15th
No School - Presidents' Day
- February 1st
- February 22nd
- March 1st
- March 8th
- March 15th
Tutoring sessions will be held in the cafeteria. There is no need to make an appointment, just drop by. Make sure you have your mask and your Chromebook.
Teen Dating Violence Month
Wear Orange Day February 9th
Winter Weather and the Boise School District
Education is important and every missed day of school represents lost learning opportunities. However, the Boise School District's primary concern is for the safety of all students, including students riding busses and walking or biking to school. If students cannot safely travel to school or if schools are not able to operate safely because of city-wide dangerous weather conditions, school may be cancelled.
We will not cancel school on days with normal wintery conditions. Light snowfall, cold mornings or areas of ice are not sufficiently dangerous to force the closure of schools. With proper precautions including appropriate clothing, road deicing, and careful driving, students can travel to and from school safely.
If school will be closed, we will communicate to local radio and television stations to spread the word. We will also email parents, send a text message, and post closure information at www.boiseschools.org and on our Twitter account @BSDEducation. To sign-up for the District’s emergency text messaging service text SUBSCRIBE to the number 68453.
If parents believe it is too dangerous for their children to travel to school they have the option to keep their children home. If school is cancelled, it will be cancelled for the entire District.