ParentsHelping your student succeed
There are some things you can send to school with your student to help them succeed. These school supplies vary by grade and school. Click the link below to find your student’s supply list or contact your neighborhood school.
District Policy Manual
The Twin Falls School District utilizes a policy manual that guides the way the district operates. The manual is updated regularly and covers everything from the dress code to teacher evaluations. Click the link below to see the policy manual.
Each school has a designated attendance zone. The primary residence (address) of the child’s parent or legal guardian determines which school the student will attend. You can contact the district office or find your home on the school zone map on this website.
We offer bus transportation for many of our students through an outside contract with Western States Bus
Services. Parents are asked to register their students for whom they wish to receive bus service prior to the first day of school or the first day they plan to ride the bus. Information about bus services and a link to the registration form can be found here.
The Twin Falls School District offers a Driver Education Program.
The TFSD provides a school nutrition program for students to help ensure that they receive the meals they need to be productive and successful. And, it’s more than just hot lunch! You can find out more about the TFSD School Nutrition Program, including the upcoming menu items, free and reduced lunch prices, and a glimpse and what school lunch looks like here.
Parent, Student, Teacher Organizations and Associations and Booster Clubs
The Twin Falls School District encourages parents to be an active part of the school community. Each school has the ability to establish organizations that support their school culture and enhance the community school. Visit your school’s website or contact your school’s office to learn more about what these organizations do.
Learn how you can us our student management system to stay up-to-date on your student’s grades by watching the video below.