Wildcat Football Family, the football game this Friday 9/16 has been canceled unfortunately. With our current situation this is the best option to ensure we get back to full health and ready for conference play next week. See you all next week as we host Notus 7pm Sept 23rd.
11 days ago, Wilder School District
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be happening September 22-23. We look forward to meeting with you.
12 days ago, Wilder School District
You may be eligible for a grant to support your child's education. Check out: https://empoweringparents.idaho.gov Act fast. Applications open today.
18 days ago, Laura Shoemaker
Who is ready for the return of Fall Sports?
about 1 month ago, Wilder School District
We would like to congratulate our parent graduates from our Parent University. Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication.
4 months ago, Wilder School District
Photo of parent graduate from our parent university
Photo of parent graduate from our parent university
Photo of parent graduate from our parent university
Photo of parent graduates from our Parent University
Children’s increased online presence might put them at greater risk of child exploitation. It’s important to discuss internet safety and develop an online safety plan with kids. Families can use these tips to establish clear guidelines, teach kids to spot red flags, and encourage kids to have open communication with them. English: https://www.naesp.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/TeachingKidsAboutOnlineSafety_eng.pdf Spanish: https://www.naesp.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/TeachingKidsAboutOnlineSafety_esp.pdf
5 months ago, John Carlisle
Student viewing iPad
For those desiring to transition to a mastery based virtual school here is a video explaining how that may work. https://youtu.be/eBy6bv4Wf0Y
9 months ago, John Carlisle
IFRA Virtual School
Welcome toIdaho Future Ready Academy for Virtual Learning. We provide parents and students a new option in education, that ensures kids the opportunity to focus on their growth and development. Where they are not left behind or stuck based on a grade level. Students growth and learning are the focus rather than the time in a seat or a grade level. We partner with parents and families to create experiences for kids to be ready for their future. We see the value of family time with kids and create flexibility of schedules that allows for both academic rigor and family learning opportunities. Family time also becomes learning time and using family activities that supports learning goals becomes the norm. We have had seven years of developing the mastery based model in our schools and have shown distinction in the benefits of our model. We are ready to offer this to more families throughout Idaho starting with those turning 8-12 years old. If you are interested please visit our website at https://www.wilderschools.org/... .
10 months ago, John Carlisle
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Idaho Magazine – Turning Impossible into “I’m Possible” by John Carlisle Courtesy of Idaho Magazine https://www.idahomagazine.com/article/a-school-and-a-virus/
over 1 year ago, Wilder Schools
female student working on a tablet