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  • Attention Families Displaced by Flooding

    If your family has been displaced by flooding and you need help getting your child to school, please contact the Transportation Department at 578-5420. They are happy to help you.

    ATENCIÓN FAMILIAS DESPLAZADAS POR LAS INUNDACIONES

    Si su familia ha tenido que desplazarse por las inundaciones y necesita ayuda para llevar a su hijo a la escuela, comuníquese con el Departamento de Transporte al 578-5420. Será un gusto poder ayudarle.

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  • Bugging Out

    The 1st garde teams will each explore the Bug Zoo at the Botanical Gardens.

    Ms. Kristin and Señora Gabby depart at 10:00 a.m, explore the the Bug Zoo, enjoy lunch from 11:30-12:00 and then return to school.

    Ms. Elaine and Señora Deysi depart at 11:00, have lunch at 11:30 and then explore the Bug Zoo. They plan to be back at school no later than 1:30.

    Each group is encouraged to bring a lunch. If needed, sack lunches are available from the school cafeteria.

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  • Let the Sun Shine!

    P.E. will soon be outside! Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately to go outside (especially in the morning). Play shoes are highly recommended.

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  • Fishing Anyone? 5th Grade Heads to Hayspur Hatchery 9-1:30 p.m.

    All fifth graders head Hayspur Hatchery to learn about the area and do some fishing.

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  • Data Day, no students, Friday, May 26th

    Teachers will be using this day to look over student data. No school is session.

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  • 3rd Graders visit Herrett Center, Wednesday, May 24th, 8:30-1:45

    All third graders will travel to Twin Falls to visit the Herrett Center.

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  • 5th Graders to Craters of the Moon, Thursday May 31th, 8:15-4:00p.m.

    All 5th graders will travel to Craters of the Moon to learn about the park and some fascinating geology.

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District Announcements

  • Attention Families Displaced by Flooding

    If your family has been displaced by flooding and you need help getting your child to school, please contact the Transportation Department at 578-5420. They are happy to help you.


    ATENCIÓN FAMILIAS DESPLAZADAS POR LAS INUNDACIONES

    Si su familia ha tenido que desplazarse por las inundaciones y necesita ayuda para llevar a su hijo a la escuela, comuníquese con el Departamento de Transporte al 578-5420. Será un gusto poder ayudarle.

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  • For Families Affected by Flood Conditions

    Blaine County School District buses will not be allowed into closed-off flooded areas. As a result, we encourage parents to either transport their children to and from school or the the nearest open road and bus stop. For information on the nearest available bus stop, please call the transportation department at 578-5420. Please be aware that road conditions are subject to change quickly. Please address any other transportation questions to the district's transportation department.
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  • Email Warning

    Email Warning for High School Students and All BCSD Staff: DO NOT open email messages from staff or outside contacts with the subject: User has shared a document on Google Docs with you. Staff have received instructions on how to remove the permissions from Google accounts if necessary. Students should ask staff for help if needed.

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Blaine County School District's five year strategic plan embodies the community's desire to ensure every child graduates ready for success in the next stage of life.

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