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The District's spring assessments:


Grades 3-10 & Chem/Bio Students

ISAT ELA/Math and Science (5, 7, Chem and Bio)

April 16th-May 17th (per building schedules)  



IRI Legacy Reading Assessment/iStation/Benchmarks 

April 30th-May 10th  


Spring Writing Assessment

Must be complete by May 17th, with scores submitted to your building's Google Doc by May 31st. 



Spring Writing Assessment

Must be complete by May 17th, with scores submitted to your building's Google Doc by May 31st.



The theme for January should be get healthy. Mt. Hall teamed up with the American Heart Association and is participating in the Jump Rope for Heart event. Students may have brought home a packet of information last Thursday. If you can donate, it goes to a great cause, but if you can’t, please don’t feel pressured. All of our students will get to participate in the Jump Rope for Heart event happening at Mt. Hall at the end of February. Speaking of health, this has been a terrible year for illness. Please keep your child(ren) home if they have thrown up or have ran a fever in the last 24 hours.

On the academic front, I am very proud to be the principal of such talented students. From kindergarten to 5th grade, our students and teachers did a great job recognizing MLK Day. There are some beautiful projects displayed in the hallways, and some incredible conversations took place in the classrooms. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of those conversations continued at home. One thing is for sure, we have some truly compassionate individuals at our school. Mt. Hall was represented well at the district-wide spelling bee last Saturday. Miss Elizabeth McCoy took first place in the 5th grade contest, and Miss Charlotte Riverman took second in the 3rd grade contest. A big congrats to all of our spelling bee participants. Author Gary Hogg is planning a visit to our school on February 21st. Mr. Hogg came a couple of years ago, and made a big impact on our blossoming writers. We are looking forward to his visit.

That’s it for now. Until next

month, stay healthy and

Go Wildcats!

Lisa Iverson, Principal 

Dear Parents,

BCSD #101 Food Service has just closed a review from the Idaho State Department. Unfortunately, as of January 8th, 2017 all schools except Valley View Elementary will no longer be participating in the Provision II Breakfast Program. Valley View is on a different base year and still qualifies to participate in the Provision II meal program. BCSD #101 will have to apply for an extension at the end of 2017-18.

How will this affect you? When we come back from Christmas break, students will no longer receive free breakfast or breakfast in the class room. We will go back to standard operating procedure.. Breakfast will be served in the lunch room. If your child eats breakfast, they will be charged the same meal status as lunch.

Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. -7:55 a.m. at the Middle School and 7:15 a.m. -7:50 a.m. at the High School. All Elementary schools breakfast times will remain the same. Students will have to pay for breakfast at the free, reduced or paid status they have at lunch.  Breakfast schedules and prices are as follows:

Middle School                                                                

Reduced .30 a day                                           

Paid is $1.75 a day

High School

Reduced .30 a day

Paid is $1.75 a day

Mt Hall & Naples

Reduced .30 a day

Paid is $1.65. a day

Valley View 

Free No Charge

If you have any questions, please call 208-267-5519 ext.3345 or email

Tammy Schneider

Food Service Director

This Institute is an Equal Opportunity Provider

Students of the Month

Mt. Hall Elementary's November Students of the Month were:

(In Kindergarten:) Madison DesMarais, (In 1st Grade:) Dallin Baisden, Reya Riverman , (In 2nd Grade:) Kaitlyn Becker, Olivia Lammers, Jack Marshall, Andres Ponce, (In 3rd Grade:) Rowdy Hull, Naomi Mead, Trinity Romine, Velvet Wayman, (In 4th Grade:) Celynn Chaney, Emily Wisberg, (In 5th Grade:) Thomas Hoggan, Wyatt McDonald

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Peanut Allergy Update

Thank you for helping us keep all our students safe and healthy.  Most of you know that we have a student this year that has a peanut allergy.  With the help of the school nurse and the student’s mom we have come up with a plan that will allow other students to still eat peanut products while at the same time safeguarding the health of our new student.  Some of the precautions we are taking are:

¨ Designating a peanut-free area in our lunchroom. 

¨ Asking all parents to let their children know if they have packed any food items that have peanuts in them (granola bars, cookies, sandwiches, etc.) so they know not to sit at the peanut-free table.

¨ Being sure to thoroughly wash our hands after eating any peanut products.


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