CTEC Openhouse a Success!
District 91's new Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) hosted a successful openhouse on Monday, September 26. Guests were treated to gourmet delights created by CTEC culinary students, demonstrations of various CTEC classes, and a ribbon cutting ceremony conducted by CTEC coordinator Beverly Hott and Superintendent James Shank.
Family Mental Health Night
As part of our efforts to support families by providing free mental health resources, D91 is hosting Dr. Kevin Skinner for a virtual informative mental health and wellness event for parents and educators. This free event is just one of the resources available through D91's partnership with parentguidance.org. This webinar event will be on Oct. 26 at 6pm MST. Register here!
D91 Plans Bond Open Houses
D91 invites parents and patrons to attend one of four Open Houses planned in October to learn more about the proposed bond. The meetings will include a short presentation by D91 Supt. Dr. Jim Shank, and then attendees will visit different displays to ask questions and learn more about each project. Meetings are scheduled on:
If you can't attend one of the meetings, check out the Bond Information Page.
- Oct. 4, 6:30 to 8 pm: IF Activity Center, 1575 N. Skyline Dr.
- Oct. 11, 6:30 to 8 pm: Idaho Falls High School, Little Theater, 601 S. Holmes (Please enter through the front doors on Holmes)
- Oct. 18, 6:30 to 8 pm: Skyline High School, Little Theater, 1767 Bluesky (Please enter through the front doors.)
Oct. 19, 6:30 to 8 pm: Sunnyside Elementary School, Cafeteria, 165 Cobblestone
Inspiring Kids To Go On
D91 is proud to partner with Idaho Business for Education and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco on the new Within Reach program, which highlights the importance and value of a postsecondary education, whether it’s an apprenticeship or a 4-year degree. The power of the new Within Reach program is working with businesses to connect with parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles in the workplace, and highlight the importance of students “going on” after high school. Learn more here.