• Alert: On March 2nd, Post Falls High School will have an informational meeting for parents and guardians of 8th grade students. Due to limited space, Post Falls High School asks that families do not bring their student with them to the meeting. The meeting will be held in the auditorium at 6:00 p.m. Topics covered at the meeting: Introductions to administration, counselors, and support staff Expectations for classes and registration Athletic Code and Activities Freshman Orientation and the Link Program Honors and Dual Credit Classes Question and Answer Session The high school counselors will be at River City Middle School on March 3rd and 4th to start scheduling students for their Freshman year and help develop their 4 year plans.
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Andy Preiss, Principal

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Free & Reduced Meals

School lunches are a cost effective way to provide students with a nutritious meal during the school day. You may qualify to take advantage of this wonderful service allowing your child to eat for free or at a reduced cost.

If you think you might qualify, please take a few minutes to complete a free and reduced lunch application - - forms are available at the school office or can be found on the District website under Departments, Nutritional Services, Forms (https://www.pfsd.com/17/home).  Just return the completed form to the District Office (206 W. Mullan Ave.), to your student’s teacher, or to your school office. All information is totally confidential. If you need assistance or have questions with the application please call 208-773-1625.

Even if you choose not to take advantage of the free and reduced lunch program, a qualifying application can increase the school district’s allocated dollars which go directly toward our Title One reading program which helps students improve in reading.

Title One is a reading intervention program offered at all of our elementary schools to help students gain the skills needed to meet the state and district reading benchmarks. Our program receives its funding from the federal government. All of our Title funding is based on the number of students in the district who qualify for free and/or reduced lunch.

If you have already completed an application for this school year, you don’t need to fill it out again. Applications must be completed annually.

 

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