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Boise School District
Daily Update
4/02/2020

Stay-at-Home Learning & Essential Services Are Now Available
We have provided online learning resources and activities through our new Learning & Essential Services website, designed to help students maintain and develop their skills in core subjects. The website includes grade-level materials, learning resources for students with disabilities, as well as community resources for families.

The goal during this time is to assist students/families as they develop a structure and routine to begin learning from home. Alternative printed learning packets will also be available for pick-up at our Grab-And-Go Meal SitesI am unavailable today to respond to your text. 

Teachers Continue with Student Check-Ins and Technology Survey
If you get a call from an unknown number in the next few days, it is probably one of your child’s teachers calling to check in! Our teachers are reaching out to their students with a phone call to check on them and their families, and identify any technology and internet needs. This information will be critical to launching a course-based and grade-level online curriculum in mid-April.

Next Phase of Stay-at-Home Learning Taking Shape
In mid-April, the District will launch the next step in remote teaching and learning. This deeper and richer experience for students will include daily schedules, course-specific lessons, curricular content resources and clear expectations for teacher-student interaction. 

Free sack meals will be available for drive-up meal service from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at the following locations: 

UPDATE: Taft Elementary (3722 N Anderson St) - in front of school. Those previously served on the bus route can pick up at the school.

Boise School District Partners with Boys & Girls Club to Provide Emergency Child Care

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, in collaboration with the Boise School District, are opening up two additional “pop up” Club sites to provide additional emergency child care relief amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Beginning Monday, April 6, in addition to the Club’s five current sites, children of healthcare workers, first responders, and essential personnel will have two additional Boise sites made available to them at Hawthorne Elementary and Koelsch Elementary. 

General membership costs $25. All-day child care services will cost just $6 per day and will make the Club available to children from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Clubs will serve K-6th graders.
Parents interested in enrolling their children at the new Club sites may contact:

 

Enrollment for children of health care workers, first responders, and essential personnel is also available at any of the five other Clubs located in Boise, Meridian, Garden City, and Kuna. To find contact information for the Club you wish to enroll your children in, visit www.adaclubs.org.

Boise School District Partners with Boys & Girls Club to Provide Emergency Child Care

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, in collaboration with the Boise School District, are opening up two additional “pop up” Club sites to provide additional emergency child care relief amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Beginning Monday, April 6, in addition to the Club’s five current sites, children of healthcare workers, first responders, and essential personnel will have two additional Boise sites made available to them at Hawthorne Elementary and Koelsch Elementary. 

General membership costs $25. All-day child care services will cost just $6 per day and will make the Club available to children from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Clubs will serve K-6th graders.
Parents interested in enrolling their children at the new Club sites may contact:

Enrollment for children of health care workers, first responders, and essential personnel is also available at any of the five other Clubs located in Boise, Meridian, Garden City, and Kuna. To find contact information for the Club you wish to enroll your children in, visit 
www.adaclubs.org.