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LAKE PEND OREILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT: Ultimate Back to School Guide for Parents

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PONDERAY, Idaho -

Fact: students with involved parents, no matter their income or background, are more likely to: 

*Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
*Be promoted, pass their classes and earn credits
*Attend school regularly
*Have better social skills, show improved behavior and adapt well to school
*Graduate and go on to post-secondary education

Is your child in a position to succeed? Are you in a position to help? Much of what you need for a positive start to the school year is available online -- if you know where to look. KHQ has done the navigation for you, and put together this web guide to your district.

Lake Pend Oreille School District
            Main Site
            School home pages
           
Family and Student Resources
            Schoolmaster FamilyLink is a dynamic Web portal for families, adults and students, providing real-time information on grades, attendance, and student activity.

            K-12 Curriculum Maps

Transportation Services
            School Calendars

District Bullying Policy & Procedures - including reporting form
            Idaho District Report Card (look for #84)

Meals and Nutrition
            Food Services - Main page, including information on school menus.

Application for free and reduced price meal program

School sports and activities

Sandpoint HS Sports

Sandpoint HS Clubs & Activities

Clark Fork HS Sports


Staying Involved
            Monthly Newsletter
            School Board - main page
            School Board - upcoming meetings
 

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