News & Announcements

Honoring Those Who Serve Our Students12/09/2019

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Each month, the Boise School Board honors deserving teachers and support staff through the District's highest awards program - the Red Apple Award for teachers and the Golden Apple Award for classified employees.

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Holiday Card Art Contest Recipient Named12/09/2019

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Boise School District Board of Trustees have honored this year's recipient of the District's Holiday Card Art Contest. Find out which talented student is behind this great artwork!

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Festival of Trees Holiday Card Contest Recipient 12/09/2019

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This year's recipient of the Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees is a kindergarten student from Lowell Elementary School in Ms. Taylor's class.

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Whittier Celebrates New Community Center 12/06/2019

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A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house was held on Friday, December 6, 2019 to celebrate the completion of the new Community Center at Whittier Elementary School.

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Bond Progress Update12/05/2019

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Boise School District is ahead of schedule on the 22 capital projects approved by Boise voters in the March 2017 Bond Election.

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Kindness Rock Concert Spreads Powerful Message 12/03/2019

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On December 3, 2019, Capital High School held a Kindness Rock Concert to support the City of Boise's Kindness Initiative to spread kindness throughout our schools and community. 3rd-6th grade students from Capital High School's feeder elementary schools attended the concert, which included inspirational messages of kindness.

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Whitney Students Receive Dictionary Donation 11/21/2019

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On Thursday, November 21, 2019 members of the Rotary Club of Downtown Boise paid a visit to third grade students at Whitney Elementary School where they donated 75 student dictionaries, one for each student. Thank you, Rotary Club of Boise!

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Youth-Led Sticker Shock Campaign Kick-Off11/20/2019

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On Wednesday, November 20, 2019, youth from Frank Church High School joined community leaders to kick-off a youth-led alcohol prevention initiative. This project is intended to bring attention to the issue of underage drinking and adults who provide alcohol to minors.

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