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City of Twin Falls Provides Masks

The City of Twin Falls is making it even easier to “Mask Up” for community members. The City has provided 15,000 adult-sized masks and 5,000 youth-sized reusable cloth masks for Twin Falls residents through Federal CARES funding.   In partnership with multiple partner organizations, these masks will be made available for pickup throughout the community....

Free Lunch Program

The Twin Falls School District will be providing free school breakfast and lunch for TFSD students for the near future. A federally funded program went into effect Wednesday, September 9 allowing all TFSD students to eat for free. The program has no official end date and will simply be in effect until the funding runs...

Supporting Our Students

Dear TFSD Students, Staff Members, Parents, and Patrons,   Over the past month, we have all been adjusting to schools being closed. While continuing the education of our students during the soft closure has been our top priority as a district, we know there are many other changes, challenges, and adjustments families must address. On...

Soft Closure Announcement

Hello TFSD #411, Parent, Students, Patrons, and Staff:   This afternoon, the Idaho State Board of Education voted to the extend soft closure of Idaho schools through the rest of the year with the caveat that a local board could decide to reopen if social distancing requirements are lifted and state-wide criteria are met (criterion...

St. Luke’s Provides Information for Families

St. Luke’s has provided the following information for TFSD families to help them during this challenging time. We hope this information helps our students and their families remain healthy in these challenging times.

Meal Service During Extended Closure

Starting, Monday, March 30, we will begin feeding community children at six locations, Bickel, Harrison, Lincoln, Morningside, Oregon Trail, and Perrine. Breakfast and lunch will be available to children ages 1-18 free of charge. As per federal rules, children must be present to receive the meals. Parents will not be allowed to pick up meals...

PROPOSED Elementary Attendance Zones 2020-2021

To help plan for growth and keep school enrollment balanced across the district, a committee of community representatives evaluated the current zone boundaries, growth projections, and enrollment rates. The committee was made up of representatives from each elementary school zone and district administrators provided information to help the committee evaluate the current zones. The committee...

Book Fair

The Book Fair Is Still Going Come Check It Out!

Morningside 60th Birthday Party

National Library Week: April 9-15

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