Please open this new items and click here to nominate a teacher. Hard copies of the nomination form are also available in the high school office. Nominations will close on 4/27/17.
No school for grades PreK - 12.
May 3rd 5:30 to 6:30 will be Freshman Orientation. During the evening parents and incoming freshman will develop a four year plan for graduation. Contact Bev Davenport if you have any questions.
State wide ISAT testing will start April 11 for Cascade Schools grades 3-10. Check out the attached testing schedule for times. Seventh through 10th graders, please be sure that your computers are charged every night. Also get a good nights rest and breakfast in the mornings.
April 25, 2017 - Juniors who missed the April 11th SAT will be taking the state required SAT. We will start testing at 8:15 in room 210. This will be the last chance for Juniors to take the SAT for free. It is a state graduation requirement for all that every student must take a college admissions test.
Registration for 2017-2018 Kindergarten will be held the week of May 1st in the main office in the High School wing of Cascade School. Children must be 5 years old on or before September 1st to enroll for Kindergarten. Please come in prepared to fill out the registration paper and bring your child's birth certificate (children cannot start school until one is on file with the school) and their up-to-date immunization records. You will receive a packet of information and things to work on during the summer in order to ensure that your child is ready for Kindergarten in the fall!
Signed-up students need to get registration forms from the office.
First class starts April 10 from 3:15-5:15 p.m.
Contact Mrs. Schuman for more information 208-630-6057 ext 2406
Please open this news item and click here to view our latest Wellness Policy Assessment from the Idaho State Department of Education.
The School District, in cooperation with parents and nonpublic school
agencies, engages in Child Find services throughout the school year. Child Find activities are conducted (1) to create public awareness of special education programs, (2) to advise the public that students who qualify for services have the right to a free appropriate public education and confidentiality protections, and (3) to alert community residents that a process exists for identifying and serving children with disabilities from the age of 3 through the semester in which they turn 21.
If you know of a child who is 3 through 21 years of age who may have individual needs that result from disabilities or developmental delays, and who is not enrolled in a school program, please contact Crystal Rosen, Early Childhood Special Education Teacher, at 208-630-6057 Ext. 2140 or the school district office at 208-630-6057.
These children may have difficulty walking, talking, hearing, or learning, or may display behaviors that appear different from other children their age.
If you are part of a community agency or civic group that would like more information about educating children with disabilities, or would like pamphlets to distribute to members, please call the school office or one of the above phone numbers.
If your family or student has had a change in residency to one of the following:
*In a Shelter
*With more than one family in a house or apartment
*In a motel, car or campsite
*With friends or family members (other than parent or guardian)
Please complete the Residency Determination form to help determine if you are eligible for assistance through the McKinney-Vento Act. The completed form found below can be returned to Bev Davenport, Counselor.