Saturday 21 Sep 2019

Welcome Shoshone School District Parents

Shoshone School District Payments

cardsAll school payments can now be made with your credit card.

To make payments, contact Shannon (ext. 311) Wendy (ext. 138) or Lorraine and Kelly (ext. 259) at 886-2381.

Tips to Help Your Child Do Better in School

betterinschoolLearn what you can do to help your child be as successful as possble in school.  Rob Merrick, a Shoshone graduate and CSI student, produced then presented the following videos at Parent Teacher Conferences.  Click here to see the videos.


Helping Your Child Become a Reader

readerCheck this out to learn how to create a foundation for learning for children up to age 6. This publication includes activities that make learning experiences out of daily routines and provides a list of resources for parents.  Click here to view/download the free document.

Read more: Helping Your Child Become a Reader

Typical Language Accomplishments for Children

girlLearning to read is built on a foundation of language skills that children start to learn at birth—a process that is both complicated and amazing. Most children develop certain skills as they move through the early stages of learning language. By age 7, most children are reading.

Read more: Typical Language Accomplishments for Children

Common Core State Standards: Shifts for Students and Parents

commoncoreThis is a great document for parents to check out! It not only outlines specifics about what students must do to make the shift to the Common Core State Standards but also has valuable information about what the PARENTS can do to help in this process. You are encouraged to take a look. Click here to view the document.

Why Parent Involvement is Important

parentIn study after study, researchers discover how important it is for parents to be actively involved in their child's education. Here is some information about the importance of parental involvement:

What Studies and Investigations Say About Parent Involvement

Ten Ways For You to Participate in Your Child's Education

Lo Que Estudios e Investigaciones Dicen Acerca de la Participacion de los Padres

Diez Formas Para Participar en la Educacion de Sus Hijos

ISAT Parent Brochure

ISAT stands for the Idaho Standards Achievement Tests. The tests are given in grades 3-10. The ISAT consists of three multiple-choice tests in the core subjects of reading, math and language usage. The Science test is given in grades 5, 7, and 10. The ISAT is offered in the fall and spring of each academic year allowing teachers to track student achievement. ISAT Parent Brochure (English)