Naples Elementary School

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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 safe place, ALL VISITORS ARE 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 remain locked during the day. 

Thank you for your understanding. and cooperation

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 

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Leaving a Legacy of Love and Life Long Learning. 

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IMPORTANT DATES

 

March 30: Grizzly Bear Safety Presentation

April 3: Spring Break Begins

April 10: School Resumes

April 17: Dance Residency K-2

May 17: Outdoor School 5th 

June 7: Graduation 5th

Current Events!

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We will be starting on:
2017-03-13

Hello From Naples School !!!

Hello From Naples School

H.A.T.S.

Naples Elementary is known for offering enrichment classes to students through their HATS program. HATS stands for Humanities, Art, Technology, and Science. This year, all students will get to take a class in each area with all classes being taught by a certified teacher. So far, our students have enjoyed Elements of Art, Chinese, Folk Tales, and various technology classes. We have two more HATS sessions to go, and we excited for the classes to come. 

 

H.A.T.S. schedule:

 

 

1st Quarter

(October)

2nd Quarter

(January)

3rd Quarter

(March)

4th Quarter

(May)

Kinder/1st Humanities Art Technology Science
2nd/3rd Art Technology Science Humanities
4th/5th Technology  Science Humanities Art

 

 

 


 

 

 

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

From the Principal's Desk

February has been an unpredictable month of school, or lack of school I should say. I know students, staff, and I’m thinking parents are ready to get back to normal. Speaking of normal, this winter has been anything but. However, as I was shoveling the roof of Naples Elementary, I was reminded of how important it is to be flexible. When life throws three feet of snow at you, all you can do it bundle up and grab a shovel. I was especially touched by the outpour of support from our incredible community. A huge thank you goes out to the South Bench and Paradise Fire Departments, a local blacksmith and neighbor, and the wonderful Cavender family. Together we were able to remove enough snow so that school could safely resume.

Once we get back to school, we’ll need to get right to it. Ms. Knelsen and the student council ran a very successful food drive. They set a goal to collect 300 cans, and I think 1st grade alone collected over 200. Miss Jennifer is keeping our kids busy reading. Silverwood added a little incentive. Students who read over 10 hours will receive a free ticket to the theme park. What a deal! At the end of the month, we will be celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday as well as watch a production of Living Through the Fire. In other exciting news, our fourth graders have been selected to participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). I’m interested to see how we compare to other fourth grades across the nation.

Mark your calendars for March 13th. Cal Bateman will be at Naples Elementary presenting information and answering questions on the upcoming M & O Levy. Also coming our way sometime this spring will be a new addition to our building. Naples Elementary will be securing the walkway between the two buildings. I’m excited for this change and the added security it will bring to our school. I’ll make sure and keep you all posted on the progress.

Until next time, thank you all for your support of Naples Elementary. Go Wolverines!

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