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Joanne Cady is September’s Boundary County School District Certified Employee of the Month!
Joanne Cady is a special person. She has the qualities needed to do her job excellently and displays them daily. She is patient, adaptable, and organized. This school would not operate in the fashion it does without Joanne.
First and foremost, Joanne is patient. She is able to slowly and calmly deal with issues which would frustrate others quickly. She cares so much for each child she can’t help but make sure they learn no matter how long it takes. She often reminds me to give another chance or try another way in order to make sure the student has the best chance of success.
Joanne is also very adaptable. Her room was recently relocated during a busy time of the year. Rather than be angry she worked with the team to help make her new environment the way she wanted it. She faces a lot of unforeseen circumstances and always adapts to make the best of them.
It takes a lot of organization to do her job and fortunately Joanne has that skill maxed out. She keeps track of students individually not only in her class but in others as well. I can always count on walking in her room to find out what is going on school wide even in other teachers’ classrooms!
I’m not sure how she does it all but Joanne is a lifesaver at our school. I can honestly say I would not be able to do her job and I certainly can’t do mine without her doing hers. Thanks to Joanne’s patience, adaptability, and organization we can rest easy that students at BCMS are well taken care of.
Open Address 2016 - 2017
August 23, 2016
Happy New Year……………………SCHOOL, that is!!! I like what I see coming! Summer training and new hires are very strong. In my 39 years in this wonderful profession, I have never been more excited in the possibilities than the ones I see for Boundary County! Our administrative team and school board are stronger than I have ever seen. Expect great things! Continue Reading
School Year 2016 - 2017 Meal Information
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August 8, 2016
Boundary County School District No. 101
Busing Information regarding bus routes and pick-up/drop-off points can be obtained from Transportation Supervisor Bill Irwin at 267-2425. Buses will be in full operation and on their regular schedules on Tuesday, September 6. Those families who qualify for in- lieu of transportation reimbursement can pick up an application at the district office or contact Bill Irwin.
Handbooks and free/reduced meal forms will be sent home with students during the first week of school. School calendars are online and are also included as part of the student handbooks for year round referral. Extra copies of the handbooks are kept at each school office. Information concerning food service can be obtained from Food Service Director, Tammy Schneider at 267-5519. The first day of meals for students is Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Student insurance forms are available at each of the school offices. It is imperative that a child participating in sports have insurance coverage.
School entry age is explicit in Idaho Code. For entry into Kindergarten, a child must be five (5) years of age on or before September 1st of the school year in which the child is to enroll. For a child enrolling in first grade, the age of six (6) years must be reached on or before the first day of September of the year in which the child is to enroll. If a child has completed a kindergarten program but is not six on or before September 1st of the year of enrollment, that child shall be able to enter first grade. The Idaho Legislature has not allowed for any flexibility in the law.
Pre-registration is NOT required for any student who is currently enrolled in Boundary County School District No. 101 schools. A copy of the child’s birth certificate and immunization is required for incoming students of all ages.
Emergency school closure information is accessible via telephone line: 267-8934. This number is a recording and provides information for emergency school closure and an update of selective district activity. The district also utilizes an auto-call information software when there is an emergency school closure. You may also access the district’s website for more information at www.bcsd101.com. If you wish to contact the superintendent, Gary Pflueger, he can be reached at the district office, 267-3146.