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Hello TFSD #411: In light of the status of COVID-19 the TFSD, in coordination with the South Central Public Health District, will implement the following precautions immediately: There will be no face to face parent/teacher conferences.  These will all need to be conducted via phone with teachers calling parents during scheduled times.  During the phone...

COVID/Coronavirus Information

The Twin Falls School District is being proactive and following the recommendations and guidelines of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in preparation for potential local cases of coronavirus. Our School District is working with the South Central Public Health District to monitor this rapidly changing situation. At this time, no cases of...

TFSD 2021-22 Calendar Approved

Each year the TFSD Calendar Committee works to develop a school year calendar that will serve the needs of our district. This committee is made up of representatives from all district schools. They meet numerous times throughout the year and often utilize surveys to gauge support for different options. The committee must ensure that the...

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Not Worth the Risk: Prescription Drug Abuse Information Meeting

Nearly one in four teens admit to using a prescription drug that wasn’t prescribed to them by a doctor, and a recent survey from the Food and Drug Administration shows 3.6 million middle and high school students are now using e-cigarettes (vapes) in the United States. “This is an important conversation. Teens and tweens are...

TFSD Pursues a Supplemental Levy

The Twin Falls School District Board of Trustees heard and voted unanimously to approve a recommendation from the district’s Budget Advisory Committee (BAC) at their regular meeting Monday, December 10 at Canyon Ridge High School.   The BAC, a committee made up of community members, parents, retirees, and some district staff has spent the last...

DECA Winners!

Congratulations to the following DECA members and students in Mrs. Ploss’ classes.  They have been competing in a national business challenge.  The following are students who have ranked in Idaho, in the Western Region & in the U.S. Accounting:  Ben Atkin, Taylor Avrom, Brandon Rasmussen  1st in Idaho, 6th in Western Region, 19th in the...

Joe Cannon

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