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New Morningside Elementary School Principal

The Twin Falls School District Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Jen Stokesberry as the new principal at Morningside Elementary School. The new administrative hire was approved at the board meeting May 19, 2021. Stokesberry fills the role previously held by Steve Hoy who is retiring.  Stokesberry is currently the associate principal at Perrine,...

TFSD Announces Summer Food Service Locations

Summer Food Service Program For anyone age 1 to 18 years Meals will be serves as “grab and go” Times: 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Dates: May 25 – August 6 (Unless listed below; No meals on Monday, May 31 Memorial Day AND Monday, July 5) Locations: Bickel Elementary School Morningside Elementary School Oregon Trail Elementary...

COVID Testing

The Twin Falls School District is pleased to announce that our school nurses are now able to administer COVID tests, free of charge to our school district staff members and students. These tests will be available by appointment only on Monday and Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m. Individuals wanting to be tested must currently...

Strong Families Strong Students Funding Available

Idaho families are facing many challenges as they are forced to rapidly adapt to changing circumstances in their children’s education because of COVID-19. Through the Strong Families, Strong Students program Idaho families are provided access to grant funds to help with their students learning. Strong Families, Strong Students  Is a grant program funded by Idaho’s...

City of Twin Falls Provides Masks

The City of Twin Falls is making it even easier to “Mask Up” for community members. The City has provided 15,000 adult-sized masks and 5,000 youth-sized reusable cloth masks for Twin Falls residents through Federal CARES funding.   In partnership with multiple partner organizations, these masks will be made available for pickup throughout the community....

Free Lunch Program

The Twin Falls School District will be providing free school breakfast and lunch for TFSD students for the near future. A federally funded program went into effect Wednesday, September 9 allowing all TFSD students to eat for free. The program has no official end date and will simply be in effect until the funding runs...

TFSD School Board Announces Protocol Level

At the Monday, August 10 School Board Meeting the TFSD announced that based on the metrics developed by the South Central Public Health District, the 2020-21 school year would begin (Aug. 19) in the Yellow Level Protocol. (click here to see the complete TFSD Operational COVID Protocols) As SCPHD announces changes to the metrics, the...

Healthy Education and Learning Task Force Finalizes Operational Protocols and Plans for Opening Schools in the Fall

TWIN FALLS — At the July 13 School Board meeting, the Healthy Education and Learning Task Force presented a final draft of the Operational COVID-19 Protocols. The protocols outline how the district will operate given the level of COVID-19 spread in our community. To be prepared for the upcoming school year, the District developed these...

Supporting Our Students

Dear TFSD Students, Staff Members, Parents, and Patrons,   Over the past month, we have all been adjusting to schools being closed. While continuing the education of our students during the soft closure has been our top priority as a district, we know there are many other changes, challenges, and adjustments families must address. On...

Elementary Grading During Soft Closure

While our schools are in the soft closure, for both on-line and packet student work, teachers will not provide our traditional grading on the standards-based report card.  Teachers will mark “not assessed” for our standards, as evaluating virtually has limitations making it difficult to accurately determine “grades”. If a grade is required, students will be...

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