District Announcements

  • A Great Loss for our District 
    "It is with a great deal of sadness that I share the news that Pam Mills, special education teacher at Burley High School, passed away last evening while visiting her daughter in Arizona. My sympathy is with Craig and their family. This is tragic for the Mills family and for Pam's students, colleagues, and the district. "

    We send our thoughts, support and prayers to her family. We recognize and honor Mrs. Mills' passion for education and her tireless work for her students.

    Dr. Smyer
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  • Have you seen it This is the SLOGAN our citizen's committee adopted for the upcoming BOND ELECTION! We plan to make our way around the community so voters know about the RECOMMENDATIONS. We want people to go see for themselves. Check out your local school and what's been proposed. (informational booklets coming to schools soon)
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  • bond March 10, 2015 is going to be an important date for the School District! School trustees unanimously approved a resolution that calls for a VOTE on a $36.950 MM school bond on Dec 12, 2014. After an 8 month study, a Patron Advisory Committee recommended the Board move forward with a school bond. The Board then considered the information and studied the proposals. For a list of the RECOMMENDATIONS check under the BOND INFO. tab!
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  • FAQ
    Questions about an upcoming SCHOOL BOND ELECTION?
    We have some FAQs posted under the BOND INFO.  tab. 
    Check it out!
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Welcome to the Cassia County School District. This is a great school district! The Cassia County School District encompasses most of Cassia county and parts of Twin Falls and Oneida counties and is located in south central Idaho.  We border both Nevada and Utah to our south and the Snake River on the north.  The Cassia school system serves over 5300 students in 17 different accredited schools located in six different communities.  School district personnel work diligently with parents and community members to provide students with a comprehensive education that is preparing them for success in post-secondary educational and career opportunities.
Dr. Gaylen Smyer

December News

  • Grades Matter

    Our superintendent offer perspective and direction on why doing well in school matters.

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  • Community Support for a School Bond

    The School Board passed a resolution calling for a BOND ELECTION in MARCH 2015. It was a process involving 8 months of work by a Citizen's Advisory Committee. Here's a little behind the scenes,along with some more information on how the district is moving forward.

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