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board of trustees

Welcome to Post Falls School District #273. 

The Board of Trustees from left to right - Michelle Lippert, Dave Paul, Bonnie Beaulieu, Carol Goodman, and Bridget Eismann.

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Superintendent Search

Following Superintendent Jerry Keane’s retirement announcement for the end of the 2019-2020 school year, the Post Falls School District Board of Trustees has begun its search for an experienced educational leader to continue the district’s standard of excellence.

The Board of Trustees is committed to a thorough, transparent hiring process and plans to appoint the next Superintendent by March 2020.  The process started with a community and staff survey to guide the Board in their next steps.  Please see the below links for more detailed information regarding the timeline.

Search Information

Superintendent Search Timeline

Post Falls School District Informational Brochure 

Application for Superintendent of Schools (link to Applitrak will be added 12/2/19 after position opens)


District Implements “Sources of Strength”

Post Falls School District has recently added “Sources of Strength” trainings for students and staff in an effort to further prevent suicide and enhance anti-bullying efforts. This program trains students to provide assistance to others regarding what resources are available to promote messages of health, hope and strength.  160 students were trained to work with other students on how to enhance their emotional well-being. Each month, student-led activities are planned to promote a sense of community.  These activities also remind students that there are trusted adults and students who they can lean on in times of stress. At Post Falls High School, Sources of Strength complements the existing LINK Crew mentoring program and Friends of Rachel Club (FOR Club). 

(Click here for a short video regarding the “Sources of Strength” program.)

 “Sources of Strength” is one of many district programs designed to enhance school culture and create a safe, caring environment.  Other programs include the following:  Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR) suicide prevention training for all staff, character education, Second Step kindness lessons, and many more.  Post Falls School District staff is trained to look for signs that a child is in distress and refer them to the appropriate resources. We partner with local community agencies such as Suicide Prevention Action Network (SPAN), Post Falls Police, Panhandle Health, Children’s Mental Health and more to ensure our students have access to a variety of support systems.

Election Day - November 5 - Voting on the Name of the New Elementary School

Prairie View Elementary students voting for the name of the new elementary school. Their choices are Mountain Vista Elementary, Post Falls Elementary, Treaty Rock Elementary or they can submit a write in. 

It's a great way for kids to better understand their future civic duty - - voting! 

READY! Kindergarten – United Way of North Idaho

READY! Kindergarten – United Way of North Idaho
Eligibility - Parents/grandparents/caregivers of children 2-5 (before kindergarten)
who will attend school in Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, or Lakeland school district.
We encourage--but don't require--you to attend workshops at your local district. 

  • READY! builds strong parent engagement and teaches families new skills and helpful tips to nurture a child’s development  
  • READY! fosters essential early literacy, math, and social-emotional skills.
  • FREE Workshops, learning targets, and take-home activities and tools equip parents and caregivers to help
    toddlers and young children develop strong brain connections for success in school.

Click here to view flyer.


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The Post Falls School District has joined the School Messenger emergency notification system.The system allows the district to communicate via SMS text messages to parents regarding important matters such as a school lockdown, school closure (weather or otherwise) or other issues that affect their students. To receive school notifications you must opt-in to school messenger. Please follow the steps below to opt in: **Send a text message to 67587 with the word “subscribe” in the body of the text. **You will receive a confirmation text reply that you are Registered with School Messenger.