Kindergarten explores building with Legos today in STEAM class.
about 2 months ago, Parker-Egin
K-Legos
K-legos
K-legos
Parker-Egin Elementary has been awarded a $1500 STEM grant! Our thanks to the Idaho Education Technology Association!
about 2 months ago, Kay Thompson
Idaho Education Technology Association
KITCHEN STAFF NEEDED. The school district is searching for a three-hour per day position at Parker-Egin Elementary to assist with preparation of school meals. Contact Hali in the district office (208-624-7542) for details or apply online (https://sd215.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx).
2 months ago, District 215
Lunch
SCHOOL BUS MECHANIC NEEDED. The bus mechanic performs repairs and preventative maintenance on the school district's fleet of buses, ensuring completion of projects in accordance with trade standards. Applicants must have a Class B CDL with school bus and passenger endorsements. The mechanic may need to perform roadside and after hour emergency repairs. Some computer work is required. Contact Misty at the district office for details. Phone number is (208) 624-7542.
2 months ago, District 215
School Buses
Parker-Egin students were recognized in a Jr. Hero Awards assembly this morning for their hard work in student achievement and community service. Congratulations!
2 months ago, Kay Thompson
December Jr. Hero Assembly
December Jr Hero Award winners
SCHOOL CLOSURE (12/02/2022). Due to blowing and drifting snow and road closures, ALL schools in Fremont County will be closed today (Friday, December 2).
2 months ago, District 215
Students at Parker-Egin Elementary all received a warm pair of snow boots and socks thanks to Optum of Idaho, CAL Ranch and D&B Supply. Thank you!
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
Parker-Egin students get new boots!
WINTER WEATHER. It looks like our extended fall is finally over, and winter weather has arrived. Here are a couple of reminders to help keep our students safe and warm this winter. Send your student to school with a warm coat and appropriate shoes. Make sure that the school has your current phone number and email address. If there is a school closure, we will be sending notices via phone call, text message, email, notifications on the district app, Facebook, and local media. We will do our best to let you know far enough in advance to make any necessary arrangements for your students. Thank you for your support, and enjoy the winter!
3 months ago, District 215
Snow in the mountains
Deep Snow and jeep (1949)
4.9 Million Words!!! Students at Parker-Egin Elementary read a combined total of 4.9 million words during the FIRST QUARTER of the school year. We have amazing students!
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
First grade student stand by poster of words read.
Smart Kids - Art Kids Parents and students come for parent-teacher conferences and get to admire the student art show... and eat cookies!
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
Enjoying the art show
More photos of Art Day at Parker-Egin Elementary
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
art day
art day
art day
art day
It may be snowing outside but the creative fires are burning at Parker-Egin Elementary. Students are enjoying an art day with college art students from BYU-I. Art will be displayed in the cafeteria during Parent-Teacher Conference.
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
art day
art day
art day
art day
RED, WHITE, AND BLUEGRASS VETERANS DAY PROGRAM. Thank you for inviting me to the program this morning. It was wonderful and exciting to see the performance. We have amazing students, staff, and community members. I appreciate all that you do. I definitely enjoyed the show!
3 months ago, David Marotz
Students performing and singing
Local veterans
Students posting flags.
Students saluting flag
Veterans Day Program at Parker-Egin Elementary Friday, November 4th at 8:30 AM. Come help us honor our veterans.
3 months ago, Parker-Egin
Veterans Day Program
Kindergarten students are creative with Halloween Themed art and activities.
3 months ago, Kay Thompson
Kindergarten Halloween Art and Ghost Eggs!
Kindergarten Halloween Art and Ghost Eggs!
Kindergarten Halloween Art and Ghost Eggs!
Kindergarten Halloween Art and Ghost Eggs!
SUPPLEMENTAL LEVY ELECTION. Fremont County Joint School District has asked the patrons to vote on a supplemental levy on the November general election ballot. This is a replacement levy for our current supplemental levy that we have typically voted on in March. Though the vote has moved to November, the proposed levy would still go into effect for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2023 and ending June 30, 2025. The proposed levy would be used to continue to provide funding for textbooks, technology, musical instruments, building and security needs, and to attract and retain highly qualified staff. You can expect your taxes for Fremont School District to remain the same or relatively close, depending on the assessed value of your property. We are not changing the amount of this levy, so unless your property has increased in value more than other property in the district, your taxes should remain the same or similar. The actual ballot question can be viewed on our District website (www.sd215.net). Thank you for taking the time to vote.
4 months ago, District 215
Vote Button
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4 months ago, District 215
4th & 5th Grade Boys Basketball! Cougar Connections Basketball League starts Wednesday October 19th. Information coming home today with your student.
4 months ago, Kay Thompson
October 18th, is the last day students will be able to eat free or reduced meals on their prior years eligibility. If a new application hasn't been submitted and approved by then, their meal eligibility will be changed to full pay.
4 months ago, Parker-Egin
Applications are required for free and reduced-price meals for 2022-2023 school year. This school year, families who need assistance paying for school meals will be required to submit an application for free and reduced-price school meals for the first time since 2020. Our school district submitted a waiver to be able to use previous eligibility determinations dating back to school year 2019-20 for the first 30 operating days of school. The 30th operating day is October 18, so if an application has not been submitted and approved by then, prior eligibility will return to full pay on October 19. In addition to helping with meal prices, the State and Federal government use our district’s free and reduced percentage to determine funding for many of the programs that support our students. It is extremely important that families submit applications, even if they do not intend to eat meals at the school. Click on the following links to apply. Please contact your school or the district office for a paper application: My School Apps (English) My School Apps (Spanish) If you are not sure whether you might qualify, you may use the tables attached to an email that is also being sent.
4 months ago, District 215