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Board of Trustees
Board Meeting Notices
Special Board Meeting 06/04/2020
Regular Board Meeting Notice 06/17/2020
This meeting will be done via teleconference utilizing Zoom. We will be providing a link for you to listen in on the meeting. To comply with social distancing, the public is invited to attend virtually.
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Special Board Meeting June 4, 2020
Meeting ID: 854 0531 0851
Call in information can be found at the bottom of the notice above.
District Mission Statement
Learning Together Every Day
The District serves a family-oriented community that has strong values and high standards. It is an excellent place to raise children. The patrons are very supportive of the schools and insist on a high quality educational program.
Snake River School District is located in the heartland of some of Idaho’s best hunting and fishing, and is surrounded by some of the most scenic and enjoyable recreational areas in the world. It is within easy driving of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Jackson Hole, and Sun Valley.
Just 25 miles to the north is Idaho Falls, and 25 miles south is Pocatello, the home of Idaho State University. Close by to the east is the City of Blackfoot, with an excellent golf course. Idaho National Laboratory is 40 miles to the northwest. Nearby Fort Hall provides unique Native American Festivals with arts and crafts available.
With its clean wholesome environment, excellent educational opportunities, and recreational setting, the Snake River School District is an excellent place to live.
- The Snake River School/Community Library serves the school district and community with wide circulation, access to research capabilities, satellite technology, FAX service, and access to inter-library loan to unlimited resources.
- The Snake River School Educational Foundation assists the District in providing the highest quality of educational programs and facilities.
- School Board Meetings are open to the public and are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm in the board room of the District administrative offices.
- An eight hundred seat auditorium provides seating for stage performances.