Greetings, and welcome to St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 where we are “Committed to Quality Education.”
In case of an emergency school closure due to weather, power, or water failure, the announcement will come from the District Office to area radio and television stations via the educational Service District 101 Alert System for Media Notification Services. Parents should listen to Spokane television and radio stations or visit the District Web site if they have reason to suspect any school closure. School closures will also be announced locally on KOFE Radio.
St. Maries School District No. 41 Mission Statement and Strategic Plan
St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 is dedicated to providing an educational culture that will continually assess the knowledge, changing needs, and challenges of our students and adapt our practices to prepare them to become successful citizens.
St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 Goals for Continuous Improvement:
- St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 staff will measure and improve communication between all stakeholders in our District during the 2018-2019 school year.
- St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 staff will increase student proficiency in English Language Arts and Math by providing high quality instruction in a safe learning environment as measured by Idaho Reading Indicator, Idaho Standards Achievement Test, End of Course Assessments, and graduation rates by the spring of 2019.
- St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 Board of Trustees will create a plant facilities team during the 2017-2018 school year to identify improvements that are needed in existing structures and grounds, the need for additional or replacement structures as well as the possibility of providing the learning facilities needed for college and career ready pathways.
- St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 Board of Trustees will meet annually to evaluate programming to ensure that program offerings are meeting the needs of the District.
Strong Families, Strong Students goes live Wednesday
Monday October 19, 2020
Boise, Idaho – The web site for the new $50 million “Strong Families, Strong Students” initiative goes live Wednesday, directly supporting Idaho families and their students’ educational needs during the pandemic.
At StrongFamilies.Idaho.Gov, eligible parents can apply for $1,500 per eligible student with a maximum award of $3,500 per family. Families can use the funds to purchase or receive reimbursement for eligible educational materials, devices, and services.
Families can apply between Oct. 21 and Dec. 8, 2020.
The State Board of Education approved the contract today with a third-party vendor to facilitate the program.
“When parents have to step in to provide instruction and equipment due to school-related closures, we see them pushed out of the work force – something that strains our economic rebound,” Governor Little said.
Governor Little’s “Strong Families, Strong Students” initiative helps ensure parents are less likely to exit the workforce or expend household resources for their children to receive the education they deserve.
“I can’t think of a better use of relief funds right now than helping families who are trying to support their students and meet their learning needs during such a stressful time. We have heard what the priorities are, and the Strong Families, Strong Students program can make a difference by providing educational resources that will have an immediate impact and benefit for families throughout our state,” Board President Debbie Critchfield said.
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