February 2019


Have you been receiving emails from Infinite Campus? It is one of the best ways to receive important information, newsletters, game or practice changes, etc. Some teachers even use it to send out missing grade reports or class announcements.

If you have not been receiving emails, please contact the main office to update your email address in the system.


There is also a wealth of information concerning the Boise School District on their website.

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Did you know the BSD now has an app? Type ‘Boise School District’ in your app store to download it today! It has a sleek interface with quick links to calendars, Infinite Campus, etc.

District Website

Upcoming Events

9th Graders: Borah Orientation Night for current 9th graders,

Borah New Gym,

* February 4th 6:00 p.m.

Presidents' Day - No School Pre-K - 12

* February 18th

Other Important dates

  • Feb. 12 AVID Ski Trip

  • Feb 13 Parent Involvement Team meeting 3:45 p.m.

  • Feb. 18 Presidents Day No School

  • Feb. 19-21 Access Testing for EL students

  • Feb. 22 School dance 6:00-8:00

  • Feb. 20 Elementary Open House (6pm-7pm)

Spring Break - No School Pre-K - 12

* March 18th - March 22nd

Last Day of School

* May 24th


We invite you to participate in the 2019 Student Art Contest, presented by the Idaho School Nutrition Association. This year's Theme is "Start your Engines with School Breakfast!"

1st Prize = $20.00

2nd Prize - $15.00

3rd Prize = $10.00

Grade Categories for the art contest are: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12

Top 3 entries from each grade category will be chosen. Each winner will receive a cash prize from the Idaho School Nutrition Association as well as have their artwork displayed on the Idaho School Nutrition Association Website and the 2019 ISNA State College Conference!

Contest Rules:

1. All entries must be the student's original drawing and on the official downloadable form.

2. The students name, address, grade and school must appear on the back of the artwork.

3. Each entry must be accompanied by a completed form signed by the principal and cafeteria manager.

4. All entries must be post marked no later than February 22, 2019.

5. Artwork will not be returned to the artist unless requested.

If your child is interested in participating, please have them come by the school office to pick up contest details, and entry form.

Self Control Character Traits

January's students that have shown their self control traits

Next Month students will be learning about Social Intelligence

Idaho Battle of the Books It's like sports but with books!

Idaho Battle of the Books, or IBOB, is a statewide voluntary reading motivation and comprehension program open to all Idaho students in grades 3-12, regardless of ability. IBOB is meant to expose students to quality literature representing a variety of literary styles and viewpoints. The mission of the program is to encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading, share the love of reading with students who have not yet discovered that for themselves, broaden reading interests, increase reading comprehension, promote academic excellence, and promote cooperative learning and teamwork among students.

Talk to Ms. Taylor for more information