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Classified Employment

Classified Employment

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April 25, 2017 Administrative Assistant / Tutor Fruitland Preparatory Academy is accepting applications for a part-time administrative assistant / tutor for the 2017-18 school year.  The pay is $11.00 per hour and the position is approximately 19.5 hours per week.  There are no benefits available with this position.  A job description is available at the district office. Junior Varsity Girls Soccer Coach Fruitland High School is accepting applications for a  JV Girls Soccer Coach for the 2017 fall season.  The position is part time with no benefits available. Health Technician Fruitland School District is accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year for a health technician.  The position is full-time with benefits and the pay is $8.50 per hour.  The health technician works unde
2017-18 Certified Employment Opportunities

2017-18 Certified Employment Opportunities

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April 21, 2017 2017-18 School Year Special Education Teacher Fruitland School District is accepting applications for an Elementary Special Education Teacher for the 2017-18 school year.  Applicants must hold a valid Idaho Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in Special Education.   Position is full time with benefits, plus the district offers a three week extended contract to special education teachers. HS Science Teacher Fruitland High School  is accepting applications for a Science Teacher to teach Chemistry, Physics and Physical Science.  Applicants must hold a valid Idaho Teaching Certificate with proper endorsements.  Position is full-time with benefits.  Pre-First Teacher Fruitland School District is accepting applications for a Pre-First Teacher.  Applicants must hold a v
Thank You! Supplemental Levy Passage

Thank You! Supplemental Levy Passage

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Dear Patrons, Parents, Staff, Students: A tremendous thank you to the voters of the Fruitland School District for the support you have extended through passage of the supplemental levy.  The levy garnered 73% yes votes and passage will allow us to continue operations and programs that serve our students.  We are committed as a district to using resources wisely and to providing a level of education of which our community can be proud.  Thank you for supporting in so many ways the work we do for students. Sincerely, Teresa Fabricius Superintendent     Marzo 2017 Estimados Patrones, Padres, Personal, Estudiantes: Un tremendo agradecimiento a los votantes del Distrito Escolar de Fruitland por el apoyo que han extendido a través de la aprobación de la tasa
Supplemental Levy Renewal

Supplemental Levy Renewal

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Fruitland School District Seeks Lower Supplemental Levy Renewal February 2017 The Fruitland School District will ask voters to approve a lower amount for renewal of the supplemental levy that has been in place for the past two years. The proposed renewal is for $295,000 per year for two years. If passed, it will replace the current levy of $350,000. The levy will be used to continue and maintain the operations of the school district and to continue to provide opportunities to the district’s students. The renewal is being proposed for a lower amount because funding from the state has increased since the deep cuts of the recession. However, funding levels are still not restored to 2009 levels when adjusted for inflation—and the cost of many operational expenses has increased sinc
Winter Weather Procedures

Winter Weather Procedures

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Winter Weather Procedures With winter weather arriving and bringing the possibility of school closures, I would like to share the process we follow in our district, as well as information that might be helpful to parents/guardians. When there is heavy snowfall—or other potentially disruptive weather conditions—we begin driving and checking roads in the district at approximately 4:00 am to determine if buses will be able to run safely. Conditions can be affected by a variety of variables—terrain, temperature, current weather, amount of snow, moisture level of snow, etc. We also determine if some routes will require tire chains, and chain up the buses used on those routes. After gathering as much information as possible, if it is determined that roads are sufficient for the b
Out Of District Enrollment

Out Of District Enrollment

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Parents and guardians, our district has seen a significant growth in enrollment this year; we anticipate that growth will continue in the future.  Our district policy on open enrollment is based on available space in grade levels, classes, and programs.  As enrollment increases, we have decreasing ability to serve students from outside our district. If students are living outside our district and have not been approved for open enrollment, parents must submit open enrollment applications by Monday, December 5th to be considered for attendance second semester.  This includes students who began the year living in the district and have since moved to another school district, as well as students who have been living outside the district and have not been approved for this school year. &n