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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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The Twin Falls School District wants to make sure we can communicate with you! We have many tools that allow us to send you important information electronically, like information about school closures, communication from teachers and principals, and progress reports and report cards. If you have not already done so during PowerSchool registration, help us...

Distance Learning Feedback

We know these are challenging times and that distance learning is very different from having children in the classroom. Please use this survey to let us know what is working well, so that we can continue to capitalize on successes, and what is a challenge, so that we can do our best to address issues...

Picking Up Personal Items From School Buildings

With the announcement from the Idaho State Board of Education that schools may remain closed for the remainder of the school year, we are receiving questions about when parents can pick up personal items students might have left at school prior to the extended closure. At this time we have determined that we will not...

Soft Closure Announcement

Hello TFSD #411, Parent, Students, Patrons, and Staff:   This afternoon, the Idaho State Board of Education voted to the extend soft closure of Idaho schools through the rest of the year with the caveat that a local board could decide to reopen if social distancing requirements are lifted and state-wide criteria are met (criterion...

St. Luke’s Provides Information for Families

St. Luke’s has provided the following information for TFSD families to help them during this challenging time. We hope this information helps our students and their families remain healthy in these challenging times.

Meal Service During Extended Closure

Starting, Monday, March 30, we will begin feeding community children at seven locations, Bickel, Harrison, Lincoln, Morningside, Oregon Trail, Perrine, and the Fawnbrook Apartment Complex. Breakfast and lunch will be available to children ages 1-18 free of charge. Parents/guardians are not required to have children present to pick up meals from our locations during this...

Limited Childcare for K – 5 Students for COVID -19 Essential Workers

Open Limited Childcare for K – 5 Students  Service for COVID -19 Essential Workers And TFSD #411 Essential Employees A Joint Venture Between Twin Falls School District  #411 and  Boys and Girls Club of The Magic Valley   To ease the burden on parents who must work and are in high-demand jobs such as first...

Letter from Superintendent Dickinson

March 24, 2020   Hello Parents, Students, Staff Members, and Patrons:   We are living in a remarkable time as our nation works to resolve issues surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak. As entities across the nation work to continue providing services, our school system here in Idaho is answering the call to continue providing educational services...

Soft Closure March 30 to April 20

Dear TFSD #411 Parents, Students, Patrons, and Staff:   On March 23, 2020, the Idaho State Board of Education directed districts to go into a soft closure until at least April 20th. Soft closure means that students will not be allowed on campus and instead will receive educational services through distance learning. School districts across...

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