Temple View Elementary

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United by Tie Dye!

United by Tie Dye!

PTO Carnival

PTO Carnival

Math Night

Math Night

Temple View Playground

Temple View Playground

Art in Action

Art in Action

Hands on Learning

Hands on Learning

We are a STEM School

We are a STEM School

two students at a picnic tableJoin us for a fun evening for teachers, students, and families to play games, eat, relax and enjoy a nice evening together. 

 

 

 

 

It's been a great kick off to the year! Please see the school newsletter for more complete information.

  • PTO would like to invite all parents to come and be apart of the school community. They always love the help and new ideas! 

  • We have a fantastic new Counselor, Amy Gallagher. She will be hosting an assembly for the school next week about being assertive if being bullied. Please be sure to speak to your kids about what they learned. 

  • Please be sure that every adult is signing in at the office everytime, that you make appointements with teachers before coming in and provide medical notes when students go to doctor or dentist appointements. Tracking attendance is key for our school's success. 

  • The third Wednesday of each month is Temple View's MacKenzie River Night. Each time you eat there and let them know you are supporting Temple View, they will donate a portion to our school. Enjoy a night out and support our school. Win-Win!

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Each Friday we encourage students and staff to wear blue to show our Griz Pride!

 

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Temple View Elementary

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1500 Scorpius,
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402
Phone: 208-525-7660
Fax 208-5257659

 

CommUNITY of Learning and LeaderSHIP

Idaho Falls School District 91

Idaho Falls School District 91

690 John Adams Parkway, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401
Phone: 208-525-7500 | Fax: 208-525-7596
www.d91.k12.id.us

Idaho School District 91 Focus

The district has three focus areas: Literacy, Numeracy and College and Career Readiness. Our goal is for students to gain mastery in the traditional core subjects of English, Math, Science and Social Studies. We also want them to learn the 21st Century skills of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, which will enable them to become lifelong learners and good citizens.