Oneida School District
Maximizing the Learning Potential in All Students
After School Program
208-497-2216 ext 500
Kelly Hill - Supervisor
Lindsey Edwards - Secretary
Employee of the Month
September- Cliff Strupp
Breakfast and Lunch Menu's
News & Announcements
MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT
We congratulate the winter sports teams of Malad High School. The girls basketball team had a great season and went on to state playoffs. Boys basketball had a good and much improved year. Our Cheer and Drill teams are heading to state and we wish them good luck in their competitions there. The following wrestlers have qualified for state: Ben Wray, Riggin Smith, JD Atkinson, Tyrell Ward, Junior Sua, Carson Tavoian, Dylan Hunt, Darren Tapp, Skyler Coombs, and Parker Boyer. Best of Luck in your state efforts!
Our Math Counts team finished 4th out of 18 teams on Saturday and qualified for State. Colton Ihler finished 9th over-all. We thank the students who participated in this competition and Tracy Ward and Kathryn Atkinson for being the coaches.
The district has announced the involuntary transfers of Paula Hannah to be moved to the third grade team and Tiffany Patton who will serve as a middle school teacher.
Sheldon Vaughan has announced his retirement effective at the end of this school year. He has had a very successful career and has given many years in assisting students in their academic, social and emotional growth. With that opening I will transfer Mr. Bob Hannah into the middle school principalship. Along with the principal duties, Mr. Hannah will also be given additional district duties. The title which will be associated with these extra responsibilities will be K-12 Director of Learning. These new responsibilities will include (but not limited to) curriculum, instruction, technology, professional development, and data collection. Recently there has been a push to increase professional development, new curriculum adoptions, PLC meetings, and collecting and using data in hopes of improving student learning outcomes. This position will help to support these recent efforts.
BOARD MEETING DATES
March 5th @ 6pm - Malad Auditorium
to discuss the upcoming Supplemental Levy and Plant Levy Election on March 13, 2018
Next Open Bond Committee Meeting regarding a new Elementary School
Tuesday February 20, 2018 @ 5:15 pm
in the School District Board Room
*Everyone / Anyone is welcome!
Committee Meeting Notes
1-30-2018 Committee Minutes
1-9-18 Committee Minutes
12-7-17 Committee Minutes
11-14-17 Committee Minutes
10-25-17 Committee Minutes
The Oneida School District is a rural district serving the students of Oneida County. There is one high school, one middle school and two elementary schools and one alternative high school, all but Stone Elementary are located in the City of Malad. Malad is located in a beautiful valley setting the area is made up of prime farming and ranching land with a small but growing industry. Students grades 3 – 12 have one to one technology devices. We pride ourselves in having safe and caring schools supported by a positive community. Malad is a wonderful place to raise a family.