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Welcome!

School Hours

Monday - Thursday



7:20 am - Open

7:45 am - School Starts

3:25 pm - School's Out

3:30 pm - Office Closes

Visitors

In an effort to make our school a safer place, ALL VISITORS WILL BE REQUIRED TO CHECK IN AT THE OFFICE, where they will receive visitor's badge.  All doors, except the one that leads straight to the office will now remain locked during the day.  Although we are a small family-friendly school and we know most of you by sight or name, we are required to strictly enforce this new policy.  Thank you for your understanding.

Sick child?

An alternate to calling the school when your child is sick at home is to email us.

Just send your email to  linda.lee@mail.bcsd101.com 

Handbook

PTSA

POPCORN DAYS

Once a month, we will send a note home

25. cents per bag. 

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1 bag per student

School Spirit

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T-Shirts and Sweatshirts

available at Far North Logo

Login

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Leaving a Legacy of Love and Life Long Learning. 

Principals for The Day !! Willow Haver and Jason Colegrove

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From the Principal's Desk

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On March 21st, Naples Elementary was able to host the monthly school board meeting. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders did an excellent job performing for everyone who attended. In case you weren’t there, I’m excited to announce that Naples will have a summer reading program. More information will be sent home soon. A huge thank you goes out to our amazing PTSA. They hosted a great school carnival. A good time was had by all who attended. Another huge thank you to Aaron and Alta Forest Products for donating wood chips for our playground. The students and staff really appreciate it. This week has been especially exciting at Naples. Ms. Ross and the student council have done an incredible job planning spirit week. Students are really getting into the different themed days. As per Ms. Lee’s request, all students will receive a free bag of popcorn on the last Thursday of each month.  The most exciting news from Naples is the arrival of our newest Wolverine. Mrs. Macdonald had her baby, Manny Scott!

Jog-a-thon 2016!!

Congratulations Miss Molly!

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Molly Cochell is Boundary County School District’s March Certified Employee of the Month. Mrs. Cochell, also referred to as Miss Molly by her beloved students, teaches kindergarten at Naples Elementary. Although Miss Molly is new to the school district, she is not new to teaching. She has been teaching kindergarten and preschool for 27 years.

When school first started, I remember visiting her classroom and thinking to myself, “How are kindergarten teachers not the highest paid employees of our district?” When kindergarteners start the year, many of them don’t know how to do things such as standing in line, waiting their turn, getting hot lunch, riding the bus, and the list goes on. If you were to see the transformation from the start of school to how much the kindergarteners know now, you would be amazed. It takes someone truly special to teach these children.. Miss Molly is the epitome of a patient, kind, and nurturing teacher. Students and staff agree that Miss Molly has been a great addition to our school.

Besides running a busy kindergarten classroom, Miss Molly co-authored a book titled ELA the Kindergarten Way, and for fun she takes part in the district-wide math program. Miss Molly is so inspiring as an educator. She is always looking to better her practice as a teacher, but also better the school by bringing in artists and enriching the lives of our students.    Outside of teaching, Miss Molly spends her time with her husband, Ted. Together they enjoy the outdoors, spending time with their children and grandchildren, and playing with their favorite four-legged family member, their Great Dane, Ellie.

I cannot speak enough to how incredible Miss Molly is. Ms. Linda Lee, Naples’ secretary, said, “Molly is a can-do person with an infectious laugh.” Ms. Lee loves going into Miss Molly’s room because of all of the singing and laughing that takes place. Kindergartener Quinn also agrees that Miss Molly is a very nice teacher. When I asked Quinn what he likes most of Miss Molly, he said, “She’s nice to everyone.” Miss Molly makes Naples Elementary a great place for students to come learn, play, and grow.

 

Thank you Molly for all that you do.

 

Lisa Iverson

Naples Principal

NAPLES MAGNET SCHOOL


Mrs. Lisa Iverson, Principal


145 Schoolhouse Rd.

Naples, ID 83847


lisa.iverson@mail.bcsd101.com

(208) 267-2956

fax: (208) 267-2906

What's Happening at Naples.....

Award Winners at Naples

Our School...

OUR H.A.T.S.

(humanity, art, technology and science) classes are looking for public volunteering.  If you feel you can offer 1 hour a week to spend with a few students in any of the above fields we want YOU.   This is such a wonderful opportunity for you and the children to explore in.  Ideas include, pottery, teaching a language, arts, music, crafting, history, gym sports, specialized arts, creative writing, photography and more.  We would like to bring into the school more of our talents from the community.  If you would like more information or have questions please call the school at 267-2956.

Dear Parents,

 

With the school year well underway, I wanted to write you all and let you know of a few security changes at Naples Elementary. 

  1. Anytime you are visiting Naples Elementary, please make sure and check in at the office.

  2. The main building will be locked from 7:45a.m. to 3:25p.m.

  3. If students arrive to school before 7:30a.m., they need to wait in the cafeteria until the duty teacher comes and gets them for morning recess.

  4. Any student who is getting picked up after school needs to get picked up in the designated pick up area. This is on the south facing side of the building.

  5. Any changes for students riding the bus need to be called in by 3:00p.m.

Please know that these changes are being made to keep our students and school safe. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call or email me.  

Thank you,

Lisa Iverson, Principal