January 17, 2024: Cassia County School District values the safety of our students and staff, and attempts to consider all factors prior to making any decisions regarding school delays or closures. When making a decision, the school district first works closely with the highway departments in each of our four communities: Burley, Declo, Malta, and Oakley. This is because they are the experts in road conditions, and the district values their input. They drive the roads very early and try to determine safety for buses. Once the highway departments have assessed road conditions, they communicate with the school district transportation department, who then communicates with the school district superintendent. In addition, the school district also monitors the weather conditions through their partnerships with local weather sources, as well as considers a number of other important factors, such as child care for parents who must go to work, food insecure children, and children who might be left unsupervised at home if they are not in school. Once all this information is gathered, the superintendent then confers with the school board chairman, and a decision is made based on the information available. Because Cassia County School District is so geographically diverse, the same decision may not be made district-wide. Also, weather conditions change rapidly in Cassia County, which may at times cause the school district to re-evaluate and dismiss students earlier than normal. Whenever possible, the school district does attempt to make the call by 6:00am when weather is questionable. January 17, 2024: El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Cassia valora la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal e intenta considerar todos los factores antes de tomar cualquier decisión con respecto a retrasos o cierres escolares. Al tomar una decisión, el distrito escolar primero trabaja estrechamente con los departamentos de carreteras de cada una de nuestras cuatro comunidades: Burley, Declo, Malta y Oakley. Esto se debe a que son los expertos en las condiciones de las carreteras y el distrito valora sus aportaciones. Conducen por las carreteras muy temprano y tratan de determinar la seguridad de los autobuses. Una vez que los departamentos de carreteras han evaluado las condiciones de las carreteras, se comunican con el departamento de transporte del distrito escolar, quien luego se comunica con el superintendente del distrito escolar. Además, el distrito escolar también monitorea las condiciones climáticas a través de sus asociaciones con fuentes climáticas locales, así como también considera una serie de otros factores importantes, como el cuidado infantil para los padres que deben ir a trabajar, niños con inseguridad alimentaria y niños que podrían ser dejados sin supervisión en casa si no están en la escuela. Una vez que se recopila toda esta información, el superintendente consulta con el presidente de la junta escolar y se toma una decisión basada en la información disponible. Debido a que el Distrito Escolar del Condado de Cassia es tan diverso geográficamente, es posible que no se tome la misma decisión en todo el distrito. Además, las condiciones climáticas cambian rápidamente en el condado de Cassia, lo que en ocasiones puede causar que el distrito escolar reevalúe y despida a los estudiantes antes de lo normal. Siempre que sea posible, el distrito escolar intenta hacer la llamada antes de las 6:00 am cuando el clima es cuestionable.
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
January 17, 2024: Due to reports of drifted roads by the Highway District Patrol, Oakley Elementary and Oakley High School will participate in a remote learning day from home. All other Cassia County schools will be in normal session as of right now. Should circumstances change, we will notify everyone as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we navigate this ever-changing weather and the diversity of the landscape of our district. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us at webmaster@cassiaschools.org and we will be happy to respond. January 17. 2024: Debido a los informes de carreteras desviadas por parte de la Patrulla del Distrito de Carreteras, Oakley Elementary y Oakley High School participarán en un día de aprendizaje remoto desde casa. Todas las demás escuelas del condado de Cassia estarán en sesión normal a partir de ahora. Si las circunstancias cambian, se lo notificaremos a todos lo antes posible. Gracias por su comprensión y paciencia mientras navegamos por este clima siempre cambiante y la diversidad del paisaje de nuestro distrito. Si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, comuníquese con nosotros a webmaster@cassiaschools.org y estaremos encantados de responderle.
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
Due to severe weather, Cassia County School District's Alex Boye Concert Events scheduled for today will be cancelled. The event will be rescheduled for a later date. Once more information is available, we will share it with everyone.
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
Our schools are closed today but the Sora Reading App is always open! Did you know? - We have over 2000 ebook titles - We have almost 600 audiobook titles! - We have 100 Spanish-language titles! - CCSD Students lead the state in usage of the State’s Sora Collection, which has over 21,000 titles! Learn how to access the Sora Reading App here: https://www.overdrive.com/apps/sora/ Add the LIBRI Systems, Inc and IDEA by ICfL collections for thousands of additional titles. Learn how here: https://help.soraapp.com/en-us/5028.htm?Highlight=add%20libraries ¡Nuestras escuelas están cerradas hoy pero la aplicación de lectura Sora siempre está abierta! ¿Sabías? - ¡Tenemos más de 2000 títulos de libros electrónicos! - ¡Tenemos casi 600 títulos de audiolibros! - ¡Tenemos 100 títulos en español! - Los estudiantes de CCSD lideran el estado en el uso de la Colección Sora del estado, ¡que tiene más de 21,000 títulos! Aprenda cómo acceder a la aplicación de lectura Sora aquí: https://www.overdrive.com/apps/sora/ Agregue las colecciones LIBRI Systems, Inc e IDEA by ICFL para obtener miles de títulos adicionales. Aprenda cómo aquí: https://help.soraapp.com/en-us/5028.htm?Highlight=add%20libraries
3 months ago, David Cole
January 15th 6:00 AM Due to extreme weather & road conditions, all Cassia County schools will be closed today. All students & staff will participate in a remote learning day from home. If your child is unsure of their assignments for an online learning day, please reach out to their teacher by email. Stay safe & warm! Debido al clima y las condiciones extremas de las carreteras, todas las escuelas del condado de Cassia estarán cerradas hoy. Todos los estudiantes y el personal participarán en un día de aprendizaje remoto desde casa. Si su hijo no está seguro de sus tareas para un día de aprendizaje en línea, comuníquese con su maestro por correo electrónico. ¡Manténgase seguro y abrigado!
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
1/11/24 6:33 AM UPDATE: Due to weather related issues, the 11-2 Almo Malta bus route only will be canceled today. All other bus routes in Cassia County will run on their normal schedule. All Cassia County schools will start at their normal times. If parents of students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 are able to safely drive their students into school, they are welcome to. If not, students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 only will participate in an online learning day from home.
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
1/11/24 5:59 AM: Due to weather related issues, there will be a 2-hour delayed start for the 11-2 Malta Almo bus route only. All other bus routes in Cassia County will run on their normal schedule. All Cassia County schools will start at their normal times. If parents of students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 are able to safely drive their students in to school, they are welcome to. If not, parents of students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 should expect the bus to pick up their child 2 hours later than their usual pick up time.
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
UPDATE 1/10/24 11:55 am: There has been some confusion & misinformation moving around as to whether or not Cassia County schools will be released early today due to current weather conditions. For now, all Cassia County schools will not be released early and will follow their normal schedules. Student & Staff safety are very important to us, and we are continuing to watch the weather closely. If circumstances change and an early release becomes necessary, we will be sure to send out communications through text, phone calls, and emails to let all parents & staff members know as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at webmaster@cassiaschools.org and we will be happy to respond. Thank you for all you do!
3 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
Due to weather related issues, there will be a 2 hour delayed start for the 11-2 Malta Almo bus route only. All other bus routes will run on their normal schedule. All schools will start at their normal times. If parents of students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 are able to safely drive their students in to school, they are welcome to. If not, parents of students riding the Malta Almo bus 11-2 should expect the bus to pick up their child 2 hours later than their usual pick up time.
4 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
Upcoming Food Distribution Event - August 26 from 10 am - 12 pm at 292 W 100 S, Rupert, Idaho 83350. For more information, feel free to call or text at (208)670-1553.
8 months ago, Jennifer Woodbury
Food Distribution Event Saturday, August 26, 2023, from 10 AM-12 PM at 292 W 100 S, Rupert, Idaho
New BHS Bell Schedule for 2023-2024 Monday-Thursday (Students in School) First Bell: 8:00 a.m. 1st Period: 8:05-9:03 2nd Period: 9:07-10:05 3rd Period: 10:09-11:07 Lunch for 4th-hour Tech Students ONLY: 11:07-11:37 4th Period: 11:11-12:09 Lunch for Students & Staff: 12:09-12:39 5th Period: 12:43-1:41 6th Period: 1:45-2:43 7th Period: 2:47-3:45 Friday (Staff In-service)
9 months ago, Janet Cole
23-24 BHS Bell Schedule
New BHS Bell Schedule for 2023-2024 Monday-Thursday (Students in School) First Bell: 8:00 a.m. 1st Period: 8:05-9:03 2nd Period: 9:07-10:05 3rd Period: 10:09-11:07 Lunch for 4th-hour Tech Students ONLY: 11:07-11:37 4th Period: 11:11-12:09 Lunch for Students & Staff: 12:09-12:39 5th Period: 12:43-1:41 6th Period: 1:45-2:43 7th Period: 2:47-3:45 Friday (Staff In-service)
9 months ago, Janet Cole
23-24 BHS Bell Schedule
Grades 9-11 Finals Schedule May 22- 7 May 23- 2 & 5 May 24- 3 & 6 May 25- 1 & 4 *Adjusted bell schedule to come
11 months ago, Janet Cole
Final Grades Due: Seniors – Monday, May 22. 8 AM 9-11 Grades – Friday, May 26. Noon
11 months ago, Janet Cole
Seniors Finals Schedule May 15- 7 May 16- 2 & 5 May 17- 3 & 6 May 18- 1 & 4 *Bell Schedule will not be adjusted for this Final Grades Due: Seniors – Monday, May 22. 8 AM 9-11 Grades – Friday, May 26. Noon
11 months ago, Janet Cole
May the 4th be with you! Read the Origami Yoda series, now available in our District Sora Collection. Read or listen to these and 244 other STAR WARS titles in the IDEA by ICFL collection. See your school librarian if you need help or have questions.
12 months ago, David Cole
May The 4th Be With You
Cassia Federal Programs Presents Your Future; Your Choices 7th Annual College and Career Day Cassia School District 11th & 12th Graders Tuesday, April 4, 2023 Burley Inn Convention Center 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Over 35 Mini-Cassia businesses and Idaho universities, colleges, and trade schools will be represented. If you have questions about this great opportunity, please ask your school administrator, school guidance counselor, or college and career advisor. Parents, please ask your child about their experience!
about 1 year ago, David Cole
PARENT ENGAGEMENT SURVEY Below is a link to our annual Parent Engagement Survey that we are asking all parents of students within Cassia County School District to fill out online. This survey is sent out and required by the Idaho State Department of Education each year to all districts in the state of Idaho. Survey results are intended to help us gain feedback and insights about each of our schools. When filling out the survey, please select the school that your child attends from the drop-down menu instead of selecting Cassia County School District itself. If you have students in multiple schools, we ask that you please complete the survey once for each of the schools your children attend. Completing the survey should only take about 10 minutes or less. We appreciate your willingness to participate! Parent Engagement Survey Link: https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/204888/p30837
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Woodbury
The Idaho Food Bank Mobile Pantry will be at Minico High School, 292 W 100 S, on February 25th from noon to 2:00pm. The Mobile Pantry Program distributes dry and frozen food to underserved, usually rural, communities. This program helps populations that do not have access to, or have difficulty accessing, food assistance.
about 1 year ago, David Cole
Clarifying Statement: The Board of Trustees is constantly looking at ways to improve the educational system in Cassia County and to maximize the educational experience of our students. As a result, rumors often surface about various aspects of education in our district. At this time, the Board of Trustees has not made a decision on the type of schedule to be used for secondary schools throughout the district. They are not prepared to make any decisions regarding the 7-period day or the A/B schedule and will put in the necessary time to do the proper research and seek input prior to making such a decision.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Woodbury