School Announcements

  • Coaches Needed

    Declo Jr High is looking for coaches for the Fall of 2021. coaching positions needed are for 7th Grade Football and 8th Grade Football. For more information, contact Athletic Director Kim Johnson at


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  • Welcome Principal Weaver!

    Trudy Weaver, Vice Principal and Athletic Director for Filer High School, has been hired as the new administrator for Declo Junior High. Departing administrator, Scott Muir, leaves to be the Superintendent in Soda Springs.

    A longtime resident of Idaho and graduate of Wood River High School, Weaver earned her degrees at Montana State University and Northwest Nazarene. Notable accomplishments include; Athletic Director of the Year, Idaho Middle School PE Teacher of the Year, and Northwest Teacher of the Year.

    Coming from a long line of educators, Weaver knew she was destined for the teaching profession. She taught nine years in a middle school and has spent the last eight years as the vice principal at Filer High School and 13 years as the Athletic Director.

    For returning to the middle school setting, grades 6-8 at DJHS, Weaver feels as though she is going back to her roots. She enjoys working with younger teens, noting this pivotal time in youth development. She believes a key element for supporting students centers on providing “acceptance during this critical time of change. It’s a time for students to better themselves and become more aware of how they grow into becoming a young adult.” She wants to create an environment where students feel comfortable sharing with trusted adults at the school. “It’s good for students to have sounding boards in addition to their parents.”

    For her administration style, she sees her role as part of the overall team effort. Weaver supports the work of teachers in their classrooms and wants to assist their efforts as they guide and direct students. She is excited to lead a staff and better her experience as an educator.

    In her overall educational experience, Weaver wants to “meet students where they are. Student needs change as they develop and educators need to shift and evolve the learning in order for students to improve.”

    She looks forward to getting to know the students and the community and building relationships. She wants to know all of the students.

    Weaver and her husband, Jake, have two children. They enjoy the outdoors, including boating and camping.

    We welcome Mrs. Trudy Weaver to the Cassia team and district. Her contract begins July 1.

    Photo of Principal Weaver and family


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  • Use your Smith's Rewards Card, earn money for our school!

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    3. Find & select Organization #80190 & click "Save" 



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  • Sora Sweet Reads always available ebooks and audiobooksSora Sweet Reads Summer Reading Program

    The libraries in the Cassia County School District are gearing up for summer break. While summer presents an opportunity to relax and enjoy the sunshine, we want our students to continue to find ways to read while away from the classroom.

    We have an exciting reading service available through Sora, the student reading app, which provides free 24/7 access to eBooks and audiobooks. What better way to engage your student’s mind than through reading?

    Starting May 5 and running until August 20, 2021, the Sora Sweet Reads program will offer a collection of Juvenile and Young Adult titles that will be prominently displayed in Sora for quick and easy unlimited access. You can explore the title offerings and learn more about the program here.

    Sora provides the quickest and easiest way to get started with digital titles from our school district. Students can simply log in using their school Gmail address and password and instantly access tens of thousands of eBooks and audiobooks on virtually any device. Get started today here or download the free Sora app for Android or iOS.

    Our library name is Cassia County School District. Students should also add the IDEA by ICfL (The State of Idaho Library) and the LIBRI Systems, Inc. (The Burley, Rupert, and Jerome Public Libraries) Libraries to their app. The can also borrow books from these collections.

    Questions? Contact your school librarian or David Cole at


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  • Ebooks & Audiobooks for Everyone!

    All Cassia students, faculty, and staff now have free access to checkout and place holds on books and audiobooks from the Burley, Rupert, and Jerome Public Libraries through the Sora Reading App by adding the Libri Systems Library to your App.

    See this flyer for instructions.

    See your school librarian if you need help.


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  • Suicide Prevention Resources

    Law Enforcement

    Call 911 for an immediate emergency

    Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

    Contact the Hotline if you or someone you know is in crisis or emotional distress. The Hotline is available 24/7, TEXT support is available Monday through Friday from 3:00 PM to Midnight, but CHAT support is currently unavailable due to COVID-19.



    Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    If you are thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. It is available to everyone, is free, and is confidential.



    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Talk to Someone Now

    Student CONNECT Program

    Connect is a resource to help address a broad range of personal difficulties that may be causing distress. This benefit is free to any Cassia student grades K-12.


    Cassia County School District: CONNECT Program

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  • K-12 Report Card

    The State Department of Education’s revamped K-12 Report Card is available online, providing a user-friendly way for parents, educators and others to access information about schools and districts throughout the state. Part of the state’s new accountability system, the new site provides information about multiple student performance indicators, offering context in addition to the data.

    You can access the report card online at


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  • Our DJHS Idaho Digital Learning Academy (IDLA) portal is now up and running! 

    Idaho Digital Learning provides innovative education methods through digital learning, creating access and opportunity for all Idaho students.

    Parents can register their own students and self-pay by using our school IDLA portal.  Once parents register a request is sent to the site coordinator for final approval.  Students cannot be registered without payment. Please click on the link below.

    IDLA Declo Portal



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