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Our Schools

Diamondbacks logo
7801 Diamondback Dr
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Sheryl Brockett
Asst. Principal:
Stephen Anderson
Asst. Principal:
David Ross
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 478-6863
Fax
(208) 478-6870

Mission Statement

To develop in our students the knowledge, skills, and ability to be life-long learners and responsible citizens in a democratic society and a competitive, changing global community.

Vision Statement

Century High School promotes a supportive environment which fosters and develops students who attain high levels of learning, responsibility, and citizenship.
 

Century Scholarships
2011:  $3,618,128 2014:  $7,278,239
2012:  $7,204,270 2015:  $8,291,094
2013:  $5,200,000 2016:  $6,424,112

 

HHS Ram
1800 Bench Rd
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Bradley Wallace
Asst. Principal:
Travis Bell
Asst. Principal:
Steve Morton
Asst. Principal:
Jena Wilcox
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-1300
Fax
(208) 237-1350

Nestled on one of the foot hills surrounding Pocatello, Idaho, Highland High School has been helping students reach their goals of being more Respectful, Accountable, Motivated and prepared, and Spirited in school and in life. We offer a rich history that began with our graduating class of 1963 and continues a tradition of success in all areas of life. We offer outstanding programs in academics, athletics, career technology, and post secondary preparedness. Our school produces national leaders in many categories. We are a nationally ranked and accredited institution. "When you say Ram Power, you've said it all!"

PHS logo
325 North Arthur Avenue
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Lisa Delonas
Vice Principal:
Heidi Graham
Vice Principal:
Robert Parker
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-2056
Fax
(208) 232-0365
AMS logo
845 McKinley
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Brandon Vaughan
Asst. Principal:
Krystel Lockyer
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 235-6800
Fax
(208) 235-6801

Our Vision
 

​The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District empowers all students to attain high levels of learning and become responsible, contributing citizens in a democratic society. Each student will demonstrate academic and technological competency, develop an appreciation for the arts, and acquire the skills necessary to live a healthy lifestyle.

Franklin Middle School Panthers, picture designed by ddraw/Frepik at http://www.freepik.com
2271 East Terry St.
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Patrick Vereecken
Vice Principal:
Mark Pixton
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-5590
Fax
(208) 233-1024

 

Pride in myself and in my school

Accountable for my actions

Never, never quit

Tolerant of diversity

Helpful to those around me

Effort in all I do

Respect for myself and others

Success is found in the journey

 

Walk the talk... Every hour... Every day... The Franklin Way

HMS Hawk logo
1025 West Eldredge
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Heidi Kessler
Asst. Principal:
Troy Johnson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-1680
Fax
(208) 237-1682

Home of the Hawks

 

Mission Statement

 

Hawthorne Middle School is committed to active, reflective, and creative learning

We celebrate the pursuite of lifelong learning, perseverance and hard work, and respect for others.

We believe that every student can learn and think independently

Our school community learns how to ask questions, solve problems, and make thoughtful decisions.

Bear group in Denali
911 North Grant
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Tonya Wilkes
Asst. Principal:
Amy Bowie
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 232-3039
Fax
(208) 232-0379

Welcome

to the Bear Den

Bear by water

 

Irving Middle School is all about kindness and community

 

The theme for the 2018/2019 school year is Dignity

 

Dignity is crucial to building and sustaining an environment in which everyone feels included, valued, and appreciated.

 

In order to reach my intention to manifest the virtue of dignity:

  • I will reflect on how I see myself and others see me.
  • I will consider the small things, like being kind and courteous, knowing they make a difference.
  • I will smile because it is contagious.
  • I will offer graditude to others by saying thank you.
  • I honor the culural traditions of others.
  • I will include others and show mutual respect.

 

Vision Statement

Irving Middle School in cooperation with its students, their families, and community will empower students to:

  • Maximize success in academic endeavors.
  • Honor Individual differences.
  • Respect the rights of others.
  • Cultivate individual strengths and talents.
  • Be responsible, productive, and healthy citizens.

 

Belief Statement  

  • Students learn best through active engagement in their learning with highly qualified, professional staff.
  • Students have a right to learn and are responsible for their learning.
Chubbuck School Logo
600 West Chastain Dr.
Chubbuck, ID 83202
Principal:
A.J. Watson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-2271
Fax
(208) 237-2292

Chubbuck Elementary is a Title I School

 

"Creating a Community of Visible Learners"

 

 

Edahow Eagle
2020 Pocatello Creek Rd
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Nicholas Muckerman
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-1844
Fax
(208) 239-7119

Gem of the Mountains

Mission: Developing Leaders One Student at a Time for a Better Future.

Vision: Edahow Elementary equips and empowers all students to become lifelong learners and lifelong leaders.

 

Together We are Extraordinary and Accomplish Great Things!

 

EVERY MONDAY IS AN EARLY RELEASE

AT 1:15 P.M.
Regular School Hours:
7:55 A.M. - 2:15 P.M.

 

 

 

Ellis logo
5500 Whitaker Road
Chubbuck, ID 83202
Principal:
Denise Lane
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-4742
Fax
(208) 237-4748

Ellis is a School-Wide Title I School

 

Ellis Elementary is located in Chubbuck, Idaho.  It is an integral part of a close-knit community where students and families are valued and education is guided by a partnership among students, staff, and parents.  Ellis Elementary serves approximately 450 students, kindergarten through 5th grade, providing an excellent education that is aligned with Common Core Standards, and where achievement is at a high level supported by a qualified and caring staff.

Grizzly paw print
2288 Hiskey
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Deanne Dye
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-2503
Administration
(208) 237-2239

 

Home of the Grizzlies!

U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon Schools 2013 logo

National Blue Ribbon School

 

Idaho Showcase School

 

Where Learning is Visible

Visible Learning is developing student accountability of their own learning. We want our learners to set goals, track their progress, and motivate their own learning.  Teachers are master facilitators of the learning process, the standards, and are working to develop assessment capable learners.

Visible Learning vocabulary you might hear from you learner:

 

  • Growth Mindset
  • Te Learning Pit/Pool
  • Learning Intentions
  • Success Criteria
  • Data Folders
  • Progress Monitoring

 

Here is a great video to help you understand what Visible Learning is all about: Michael Jordan Learning Pit Video

Illustration of the learning pit concept
Feel free to stop by and see your child's classroom and the visible learning that is taking place in our school. Your child's teacher is happy to share Visible Learning information and answer questions you may have.

2017-2018 Visible Learning Journey​ 3 Questions

What am I learning?

Where am I at in my learning?

What are my next steps in my learning?

Attendance at Gate City Elementary School

Every day is an important day of learning for your child. We recognize that sometimes absences can't be avoided, so if your child will be absent from school for any reason, please contact us immediately so we can mark it down. You can contact the school at 237-2503.

Also, if you'd like the teacher to pull work for your child during their absence, please let us know by 9:00 a.m. and we will have the teacher collect the work. Work will be available for pick up after 1:00 p.m.

2017-2018 Building School Theme

"In this school, we all swim together."

Illustration of a fish

Mission Statement

"Contribute to a safe environment which promotes respect and motivates students to learn and act responsibly." 

Vision Statement

"We believe education is the shared responsibility of the student, home, school, and community."

Awards & Recognitions

  • Idaho Merit School
  • Idaho Showcase School
  • National Blue Ribbon School
  • Idaho 5-Star School​

 

Greenacres Mustangs logo
1250 East Oak Street
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Janelle Armstrong
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-2575
Fax
(208) 234-5936

​​Greenacres Theme for 2017-2018

Teamwork makes the dream work!

We believe that all learners have a right to learn. 

We believe that all learners have the responsibility to make learning important.

We believe that all learners should work with each other to maximize their learning.

We believe in every learner and their ability to be part of the Greenacres team!!!

We believe that every parent should be a part of the Greenacres team!!!

We believe that working together significantly improves student learning.

 

School Services

​G​reenacres Elementary School provides educational services for kindergarten through fifth grade students. We also provide school ​wide Title One services.

 

School Hours

​Greenacres School Hours: 7:55 a.m.-2:15 p.m. 

​​Every Monday is early release at 1:15 p.m.

Indian Hills cougars picture
666 Cheyenne
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Jill Pixton
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 232-4086
Fax
(208) 232-8986

WELCOME TO INDIAN HILLS.....HOME OF THE COUGARS

 

GREAT HAPPENS HERE!!

 

SCHOOL WIDE TITLE 1

 

Indian Hills is located in south Pocatello and serves approximately 580 students, kindergarten through fifth grade. Our highly qualified staff is focused on providing your child with the tools they will need to achieve a high level of learning.

Mission Statement: Learning today for the possibilities of tomorrow.

Vision Statement: The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District is a community of children, parents, educators and patrons working collectively toward a common purpose to graduate learners with the skills to be successful contributors in a changing, diverse world.

Belief Statements:

  • We believe all learners can learn and reach their potential​
  • We believe that every learner is unique and by using a variety of teaching strategies, learners can succeed
  • We believe that learners will be successful if they are held to high academic and behavioral expectations
  • We believe in providing a positive and encouraging atmosphere where all learners are engaged in their learning
  • We believe in promoting a safe, respectful environment where every learner contributes and feels valued
  • We believe communication is essential in learning relationships

​Student Achievement: The year is divided into three trimesters. A standards-based progress report will be sent home at the end of the trimester. The standards raise expectations for student learning at every grade level. The standard-based report card and standard-based grading system are aligned to clearly communicate information about your child's progress towards meeting the standards. This system helps teachers, students and parents focus on important standards at each grade level. More information about the standards-based progress reports can be found on the district website. Please use Infinite Campus to track your child's progress.

Attendance every day is extremely important for your child. We understand there will be times when an absence is unavoidable. Please call the school if your child is going to be absent or tardy. This is important to confirm your child is safely in your care if not at the school. If available, please provide medical documentation for absences. District policy states that parents must be notified by letter when a child has been excessively absent, regardless of the reason for those absences. After a student is absent for 11 or more days, a meeting will be held at the school. According to district policy, for student absences that reach 18 days, the student may be referred to Attendance Court. 

Please make every effort to have your child at school by 7:55 a.m. The tardy bell rings at 8:00 a.m. Students who are tardy must enter through the main doors of the school with a parent and check in at the office. 

If you must check out your child during the school day, please come to the office to sign them out and we will have them meet you there. If your child returns before the end of the day, we ask that you stop by the office to sign them back in. If someone other than those listed as emergency contacts for your child is to pick them up, pelase let the office know. We will only allow your child to leave with people you have identified on the registration form as a contact.

Drop off/Pick Up & Parking Lots: Students are not allowed to cross through any of the parking lots. Students may be dropped off or picked up in the lot in front of the school. The first lane closest to the school is for drop off/pick up only. It is not to be used for parking. Students may also be picked up across the playground at the parking lot for the Edson Fitcher Nature Area. All students and parents need to use the crosswalks and the crossing guards to cross Bannock Highway and Cheyenne Avenue. Please do not park in the faculty parking lot.

Communication is a key factor in your child's success. Our teachers are available before or after school to meet/talk to parents by appointment. They may also be reached via email. Email addresses are the first six letters of their last name and the first two letters of their first followed by @sd25.us. (Please see the Faculty page for a complete list of email addresses). If you do not get a response back from the teacher, be sure to make a call. Sometimes the district filter system will put emails in the "junk" folder until teachers note to allow them.

Newsletters are distributed by the principal each month. These give updates on school wide activities and events. Please check your students backpacks/homework folders for them.

Infinite Campus is another great tool used to communicate with parents. If you have not signed up for an account, please contact the office for instructions on how to proceed. 

Emergency Contact Information: Please make sure we always have your current emergency contact information so that, if needed, we can contact you quickly.

Parent Visitors and Volunteers are always welcome! When you visit the school, we ask that use the doorbell at the front doors, show your id, be buzzed in and then sign in at the office and wear one of our visitor stickers during your time in the building. The safety of your child is a prime concern for all of us. If you would like to volunteer in your child's classrooms, please contact the teachers.

Please be sure your child knows what he/she is to do after school before he/she comes to school in the mornings. If an unexpected emergency arises and your child needs to receive a message during the school day, the office will pass the message along. Please call well before the end of the day so there is time to get the message to your child.

We ask that students not bring electronic devices (cell phones, smart watches, etc.) to school since we cannot guarantee their safe-keeping. If students do bring them, they are to be kept in a safe place and turned off during the school day. 

Jefferson banner
1455 Gwen Dr.
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Kirk Thomson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 232-2914
Fax
(208) 232-0440

Jefferson Elementary's Mission


At Jefferson we strive to prepare students for the future by educating the whole child; intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically. Students​ are engaged​ in meaningful learning within a safe and orderly environment:

 

  • We believe all students will achieve high standards of learning.
  • We believe that students learn best through experiencing, recognizing, and celebrating success.
  • We believe students learn best when they are taught to manage their own behavior and respect the rights of others to learn.
Lewis and Clark logo picture
800 Grace Drive
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Nichole Garza
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-2552
Fax
(208) 233-9672

Home of the Explorers

 

​​​​Schoolwide Title I

 

Our Goal is to encourage exploration of knowledge, self-reliance, self-discipline, independence​, and the ability to reason.

Syringa Elementary School Logo
388 East Griffith Rd
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Rebecca Bullock
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-4040
Fax
(208) 237-4104

“Creating a Community of Learners

Sailing into the Future!”

School-Wide Title I School


​​

School Safety
Please be considerate of our safety procedures at our school, designated yellow areas are marked for student safety. Our car corral is necessary​ for student drop off and pick up. Students who are walking home follow a special route. Thank you for making sure all of our students are safe at our school. ​​

Tendoy tigers logo
957 East Alameda
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Janice Nelson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 233-2921
Fax
(208) 233-2952

Tendoy Elementary is a proud participant of the FFVP (Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program), where our students are able to try different produce every Monday through Thursday. 

 

Tendoy Staff believes:

  • A s​afe, supportive, caring and respectful environment is critical to student learning;
  • High expectations promote high levels of student achievement,
  • Students have the right to learn and are responsible for learning;
  • Students may not opt out of learning;
  • Students le​arn in different ways and at different rates;
  • Students must be challenged to think critically, problem solve and work in teams;
  • Students learn best through active engagement in their learning with highly qualified, professional staff;
  • Parents and the community play a critical role in a student's educational success;
  • Education is a means to qualify of life.
Tyhee logo
12743 West Tyhee
Chubbuck, ID 83202
Principal:
Stuart Johnson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-0551
Fax
(208) 237-0565

School-Wide Title I School

 

Tyhee Elementary is a school-wide Title I school. Our primary goal is to ensure that all students, particularly those who are low-achieving, demonstrate proficient and advanced levels of achievement on State academic achievement standards. Tyhee has concentrated on high expectations for every child through continuing to use best practices in teaching and using research based curriculum.

Washington wolves logo
226 South 10th
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Janice Nelson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 232-2976
Fax
(208) 232-6663

 

Washington Elementary first opened it's doors in 1925 and has been serving the community and it's​​ students ever since.​

Our focus at Washington Elementary is to do what ever it takes to educate all students and help them succeed.


Our Mission:

Washington Elementary School in partnership with students, families and community strives to build a tradition of excellence by: Maintaining high academic standards while providing a safe, and caring climate supportive of student achievement. Valuing the uniqueness of each individual. Facilitating growth in character. Encouraging the development of responsible, productive and healthy citizens. Empowering all learners to realize the impact of their own decisions.


Our Vision:

Washington Elementary School builds a tradition of excellence by committing to decision making that maximizes growth and success for all students.

Wilcox elementary school tiger logo
427 Lark Lane
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Brenda Miner
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-6050
Fax
(208) 237-6073

Welcome to Claude A. Wilcox Elementary, a school wide title 1 school! We are proud to carry on the Wilcox Tigers tradition of excellence in education. Wilcox Elementary opened its doors in the fall of 1975; and the learning has never stopped! Wilcox averages 575 students, ranging from Kindergarten through fifth grade and a special needs program. Every classroom has a highly qualified teacher demonstrating the most up to date educational strategies through research based curriculum. We welcome all stakeholders to our school. Come be a part of the great Wilcox tradition!

logo for Lincoln Early Childhood Center
330 Oakwood Dr
Pocatello, ID 83204
Principal:
Shantel Delonas
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 232-2994
Fax
(208) 232-4906

 

Our school Schedule:

 

The office is open to the community Monday – Friday 8:00am -4:00pm

Class for preschoolers is held on Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday and Friday

Morning session 8:00am – 10:30am

Afternoon session 11:30pm-2:00pm

330 Oakwood Dr
Pocatello, ID 83204
Important Numbers:
3115 Pole Line Rd
Pocatello, ID 83201
Administrator
Rhonda Naftz
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 235-3243
New Horizon wolf pack logo
955 West Alameda Rd
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Amy Prescott
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-2233
Fax
(208) 238-3635

Mission
The New Horizon Center ​
works to actualize the school vision by
:​

  • Building positive relationships;
  • Increasing engagement levels;
  • Developing cog​ni​tive skills;
  • Actualization of learning the Idaho Core Standards.​

The New Horizon Center Beliefs

  • A safe, supportive, caring and respectful environment is critical to student learning;
  • High expectations promote high levels of student achievement;
  • Students have a right to learn and are responsible for learning;
  • Students may not opt out of learning;
  • Students learn in different ways and at different rates;
  • Students must be challenged to think critically, problem solve, and work in teams;
  • Students learn best through active engagement in their learning with highly qualified, professional staff;
  • Parents and the community play a vital role in a student's ​​​educational success;
  • Education is a means to a quality of life.​

​Guiding Theme
It is worth whatever it takes!

12743 West Tyhee Rd
Chubbuck, ID 83202
Principal:
Stuart Johnson
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-0551
Fax
(208) 237-0565
Haywire Robotics Logo
325 N. Arthur Street
Pocatello, ID 83204
Important Numbers:
Main Office
(208) 406-7955

 

 

About Us
Haywire Robotics, Team 1569, strives to accomplish FIRST®'s mission in inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders while fostering well-rounded individuals with self-confidence, communication and leadership skills . An important factor with our team is that we allow all students the opportunity to generate ideas, make decisions, and actively involve themselves in team projects. Winning for our team has little to do with awards and medals and more do with the advancement of students into successful people. Haywire Robotics Team 1569 was started for the 2005 season as one of the first two FIRST® Robotics' teams in Idaho.
Mission Statement
At Haywire Robotics we believe that student participation, ideas, and energy are the most important elements of the team. The goals of this team are for students to develop self-worth, achieve academically, focus on career goals, and develop skills that they could not learn in the classroom. Team Haywire is about providing opportunities for members to engage in an intensive project that involves the design, build, and competition of a full scale robot. Along with this main goal we strive to create a team that gives back to our community by organizing and participating in service projects and sharing our excitement for science and technology by showcasing our robots at community and school events. 
Motto

Inspiring our Students

Improving our Community

Imagning an Exceptional Future

 

955 W. Alameda Road
Pocatello, ID 83201
Principal:
Heidi Kessler
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 237-2233
Fax
(208) 238-3635

Summer School is located in the New Horizon Center.

School District 25 logo
3115 Pole Line Road
Pocatello, ID 83201
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 235-3257
Fax
(208) 235-3280
Logo for 2018 Festival of Trees
3115 Pole Line Road
Pocatello, ID 83201
Important Numbers:
member of Idaho CTE
3115 Pole Line Road
Pocatello, ID 83201
Administrator
Rhonda Naftz
Important Numbers:
Administration
(208) 235-3243