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Negotiations Meeting Notice

The Post Falls Education Association and the Post Falls Administrative Team will meet to discuss contract negotiations on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 3:45 pm at the Post Falls High School library.

This posting fulfills notice requirements per Idaho Code.  

The Post Falls High School Drama and Music Departments proudly invite you to attend their Spring musical, James and the Giant Peach

The final theatrical performance of the season is on April 12, 13, 14 in the PFHS Performing Arts Auditorium.  Performances are each night at 7:00 PM, with a matinee also on Saturday, April 14th at 2:00 PM.  Doors open at 6:30 PM for the evening performances and at 1:30 PM for the matinee performance.

Tickets will be on sale in the Post Falls High School business office beginning Monday, April 9, and will also be available at the door prior to each performance. Tickets are $10.00 for the evening performances and $7.00 for the matinee performance.  

Come experience the brilliant stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic tale about a young boy who sets out on a grand adventure on board a giant peach in order to escape the clutches of his nasty aunts while also on a search for a place to belong and the meaning of true family.

We hope to see all of you there!

Becky Ford's Retirement Reception

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Join us in celebrating Becky’s 36 years of service with the Post Falls School District

When:  Thursday, May 31st         
Where: Trailhead Event Center
              Q'emiln Park Post Falls
Time:    3:00-6:30pm 

Drinks and appetizers will be provided.


New Website is here Under construction website photo.

Our website is currently under construction.  We’ve launched our new website and we’re excited to introduce you to it. Thank you for taking the time to visit Post Falls School District. 

Please call the District Office at 208-773-1658 if you cannot locate specific information, or have any questions.

Kindergarten Registration 2018-19 School Year

May 2, 2018, Click read more for details.

Over $6,000,000 in Scholarships offered to PFHS Seniors

The Post Falls High School graduating class of 2018 has recently been offered $6,169,455 in college scholarship money.   The following is a sampling of the student scholarship offers:

PFHS Selects Valedictorians and Salutatorian

Post Falls High School has recently selected the Class of 2018’s Co-Valedictorians and a Salutatorian. 

Brock ZellerCo-Valedictorian:  Brock is the senior class president and has been a member of International Club, Spirit Club, and DECA.  He has participated in both football and baseball the past four years.  Brock has a cumulative grade point average of 4.362.  He hasn’t decided what college he will attend, but plans to study Data Analysis and Quantitative Economics.  Brock is the son of Mick and Kerri Zeller.  Brock would like to thank all of his family and friends for their support over the last thirteen years. 

Kyle Sanchez – Co-Valedictorian:  Kyle has been a member of our International Club, Astronomy Club and DECA.  He is also a member of our soccer program.  Kyle has a cumulative grade point average of 4.346.  He plans on attending Oregon Tech in the fall to study Computer Engineering.  Kyle is the son of Mark and Susan Sanchez.  He credits his mom, dad, coaches Mitch Weller and Gabe Lawson, and all of his friends for his success.

Lydia Lutsenko – Salutatorian:  Outside the classroom Lydia is a very involved student.  Lydia is the captain of the PFHS Dance Team.  She is also a member and founder of the Astronomy Club.  Lydia has a cumulative grade point average of 4.306.  She has many options for college, but hasn’t made a decision yet.  Her academic interests are in Astrophysics and Politics.  Lydia is the daughter of Holly Lutsenko.  Lydia credits her success to her mother for encouraging her and always being supportive.

Updated Immunizations Required

The State of Idaho requires that school districts receive record of completed immunizations prior to enrollment.  The required immunizations are as follows:

First Grade - 5 DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis), 4 IPV (polio), 2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), 3 Hepatitis-B, 2 Hepatitis-A, 2 Varicella (chickenpox).

7th Grade - 1 dose of Meningococcal and 1 additional dose of TDaP (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)

Please bring a copy of the updated immunization records to the school.  If you intend to exempt your child from these immunizations, the form may be obtained online from Idaho Health & Welfare or from the school. 

Winter Safety Challenge Winners Ms. Courtney's Leadership Class

Congratulations to Ms. Courtney’s Leadership class at Post Falls Middle School!  They are the lucky winners of our annual Winter Safety Challenge.  Ms. Courtney’s students worked together to produce, direct, and choreograph a very entertaining video showing the safe way to walk in winter conditions-like a penguin.  The Leadership class was awarded a $100 Amazon gift card for their hard work and creativity.

Winter Weather May Cause School Closures

On occasion, it is necessary for school to be canceled because of inclement weather. The district will provide up-to-date information regarding potential closures at this site. Other emergency information can be found under Current Emergencies on the district website. In most cases, the decision to keep school open or to close school will be made by 5:30am.

Ready! for Kindergarten

Ready! for Kindergarten

Ready! for Kindergarten is a nationally-recognized, quality informational training program FREE for North Idaho residents. The program informs parents and caregivers to prepare children for a happy and successful school experience by focusing on language and literacy.  Click here to register.

MealTime Online

MealTime Online - Post Falls School District School Nutrition Services is proud to announce that MealTime Online is now available in our district.  Parents have the opportunity to set up an account for free to view their student’s meal account balance and transaction history.  Parents may also sign up to be e-mailed automatically when student balances get low.  MealTime Online also provides the convenience of making deposits to student meal accounts using a VISA, MasterCard or Discover card online.