The Frank Church Statesman

September 2020

Principal's Corner

On behalf of the Frank Church staff I would like to thank you for a your patience and support during the start of the 2020-2021 school year. This is a exciting time for our school. While we are facing challenges, we are adapting and improving each day. We are dedicated to creating a positive environment where students can thrive. We are also putting an emphasis on preparing each student for college or career after high school. The students at Frank Church are amazing, and we are looking forward to a great school year.

Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences

When: Thursday, Sept. 17th, 4-7pm


Look for an email from your students teachers asking if you would like an email, a phone call, or a Google Meet.

Annual Notification Regarding Public Release of Student Directory Information

The Boise School District complies with federal law (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) as it relates to the release of student directory information to the public. To learn more, log on to www.boiseschools.org and navigate to Parents & Patrons > Parent Information > FERPA Form. Or, you may pick up a FERPA form at your school, or call the Clerk of the Board at 208-854-4123 to obtain a copy of the FERPA form.

Need Help with School Work?

Mr. Contreras and Ms. White will be in the Community School every Tuesday and Thursday to help you. You do not need to make an appointment, just show up with your mask and your Chromebook, ring the bell, and get the help you need.


Need to meet with your teacher? You can on Fridays by appointment. Please email your teacher(s) to set up a time. Come to the front door with your mask and Chromebook and ring the bell.

Frank Church is a community school!

We have a new Community School Coordinator this year, Mr. Berriochoa.


Look for more information about activities, classes, the food pantry, the clothing closet, and health, dental, and nutritional services in the near future.

Need a Book to Read?

We have eBooks, eAudiobooks, and we are offering Curbside Pick Up for library books. Please visit the library website for more information.

News from the Career Center

Hello students & families! This year will be like no other, but I am here to assist you in any way I can! Transitioning to the real-world can be daunting in and of itself, let alone during a global pandemic... but I'm here to help you navigate that process! My job is to assist you with career exploration, college planning, financial aid & job readiness. I have experience working in financial aid and would love to help with completing the FAFSA and/or scholarship applications to help pay for college or other programs in which you would like to enroll after high school. I encourage you to be in the driver's seat of your own future, so I'm excited to get to know you and hear about your goals!

This site is full of helpful information that hopefully answers many of your college and career questions. However, if you have a specific question or concern, please don't hesitate to contact me. My contact information can be found on this Google Site.

Thank you to the Assistance League of Boise for their continued support.

Operation School Supplies (OSS) is a philanthropic program of Assistance League of Boise (ALB). OSS has been providing school supplies to the children of Ada County since 1996. This year we are able to provide number elementary, middle, junior high, charter and alternative schools with over $55,000 worth of school supplies. The over 11,000 students selected by school counselors or teachers will receive supplies which include crayons, erasers, pencils, pens, glue sticks, rulers, notebook paper, spiral notebooks, paints, felt markers, and colored pencils, and other items.


ALB is a member of National Assistance League and we are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic projects in Ada County. Other ALB programs include: Operation School Bell, Teen Retail, History in the Bown House, Cinderella’s Closet, Project Hearing, Baby Bundles, and Empowering Youth.


Funds for our programs come from community donations, private contributions, grants, and the operation of the ALB Thrift Shop at 5825 Glenwood Avenue. The public is invited to visit our Thrift Shop, and to support our programs by donating good quality used clothing and small household items.


Assistance League of Boise

P.O. Box 140104,

Boise, ID 83714

208 377-4327

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Register NOW for FALL Community Education Classes

Whether you're a parent, student, patron or staff member, you are invited to register NOW for Boise School District's FALL Community Education classes. We are excited to offer you nearly 300 personal enrichment courses, many of them new & affordable lifelong learning classes that are sure to enrich your life! We have classes for all ages! Hurry, courses fill quickly! Enroll online at www.boiselearns.org


FALL Community Education session begins Monday, September 14, 2020 and runs through Thursday, October 22, 2020.


For more than 45 years, Boise School District's Community ED program has served as Boise's first choice for lifelong learning. Continue your journey with us!

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Find out how you can make a real difference in the lives of our students today!

www.boiseschoolsfoundation.com