D93 Family Update
January 26th, 2023
We are asking our parents, employees, and community to give us ratings on four important areas: quality of education, budget management, communication, and performance of my responsibilities as superintendent.
This week's D93 News has a preview of the production of The Yellow Bus by the Thunder Ridge Titans Drama Department, important information for parents in our EIRMC Health Minute, and a look at how many books were collected during Dr. Saffle's Birthday Book Drive. You can find those stories and more in this week's D93 News! #WeAreD93
EIRMC Health Minute
School Board News
Open Enrollment Deadline is February 1st
By state law, the deadline to submit open enrollment applications is February 1st. This deadline applies to both new open enrollment applications as well as students who wish to continue to open enroll at a different school. By next week, we will also send individual reminders to families who need to reapply to continue their open enrollment status. Applications may be submitted by going to: d93.org/3010F.
Praxium Mastery Academy
Praxium is excited for its third year as a mastery-based, in-person middle school in District #93. We wanted to reach out to you and let you know about this middle school option for Bonneville School District 7th and 8th graders for the 2023-24 school year. In January, we will have the opportunity to visit current 6th grade classrooms throughout the district and explain this middle school and learning model, but we wanted to reach out to all parents and let you know about this opportunity for your child. Open Enrollment for the district for next year is now open and will end on February 1st.
Praxium Mastery Academy personalizes learning and support for each student, allowing students to learn at their own pace, regardless of the time needed. We use teacher-led workshops, mentoring, small group instruction, and projects to create learning opportunities for students. Praxium teachers organize a wide variety of learning experiences that focus on developing knowledge, skills AND habits of success. We work hard to help every Praxium student be prepared for high school and beyond..
Please review the following flyer and FAQ information to learn more about our program.
Family Events & Resources
Love and Logic Parenting Class
Thursday evenings from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm (February 2nd - March 9th) at Sandcreek Middle School
We are offering free Parenting the Love and Logic Way classes for parents of children attending D93 schools. Classes will be for parents of children of all ages.
- Making parenting easier and more fun so that the family enjoys being together.
- Setting boundaries in the home so that relationships grow and develop.
- How to help kids be responsible at home and at school.
- Helping parents to respond calmly and rationally with consequences
- Setting limits with children to balance their time with activities such as video games, cell phones, friends, TV, school, chores, dating, toys, etc.
- How to solve defiant behavior.
- Dealing with drugs, alcohol, tobacco, vaping, sex, bullying, and aggression
Our facilitator, Steve Dewey has been teaching parenting classes in the community for the past 25 years. He is well known for his ability to use humor and fun stories to make his parenting classes easy to understand so that participants can implement the interventions immediately and successfully. Please click on this link to register for the class.
Utility Assistance Programs
The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program(LIHWAP) helps low-income families in Idaho pay their water and wastewater bills. We can help you restore services if you have been disconnected, prevent getting disconnected if you are having trouble paying your water bills, and reduce rates to make water and wastewater services more affordable. Find out if you are eligible and apply online by visitingwww.capai.org or by dialing 2-1-1 to call the Idaho Care Line.
Idaho Youth Empowerment Services (YES)
What is YES?
The Idaho Youth Empowerment Services (YES) is a new system of care for Idaho’s children and youth YES provides a new way for families to find the mental health supports they need for their children and youth. It is strengths-based and family-centered, and incorporates a team approach that focuses on providing individualized care for children. Through a coordinated and collaborative effort, multiple child-serving agencies work with the family to build a treatment plan around the unique needs and strengths of each child.
The YES checklist below can be used by anyone to help determine if a child may benefit from a full mental health assessment.
Webinar: Youth Vaping and How to Speak with Your Child
Dr. Galiatsatos and Jade Harkness will answer questions about vaping, its effect on the youth, and the current state of medical research. We encourage you to include your question for our experts when registering!
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31 6:30 MST
Register for free: http://bit.ly/3Qnuf2M
Princess Palooza Daddy-Daughter Dance, Friends of the Iona Library
$20 for one parent and all of their daughters when purchased in advance
$25 at the door (cash or check only)
Please enter the BHS cafeteria through the northeast entrance by the gym or the west entrance into the cafeteria
Call the Iona Library at 208-523-2358 with any questions
Thu, Feb 9, 2023, 06:00 PM
Bonneville High School, East Iona Road, Idaho Falls, ID, USA
A Night to Unite: Working Together to Overcome Adversity, the Eastern Idaho Resiliency Project
FREE Dinner provided from 5:30-6:00 p.m.
Childcare provided for children 3 and under
Schedule of Events
- 5: 30-6:00-Dinner Served and Communit Partners in Cafeteria
- 6: 00-6:30- Family Presentation in Auditorium "Cultivating Connections "
- 6:30-7:00- Breakout Sessions- Parents/Guardians, Teens, School-age Groups
- 7:00-7:30- Community Partners and SWAG in Cafeteria
Thu, Jan 19, 2023, 05:30 PM
Taylorview Middle School, Castlerock Lane, Idaho Falls, ID, USA
Opportunities for Students
The Idaho School Boards Association is hosting a photography contest for K-12 students. Winners of the contest will be featured in the Spring 2023 edition of ISBA's SLATE magazine. The theme for this year's contest is Hometown Idaho. Entries must be submitted via email to ISBA's Mika Milette by March 1, 2023.
D93 Get Help Line
Students, parents, and employees can reach out for help with bullying, harassment, suicidal tendencies, self-harm, threats, or to report weapons at school by going to d93.org/gethelp or sending the text @gethelp to 855-528-0074.