Mission Statement

The mission of Ririe School District #252, in partnership with the community, is to prepare students for the future enabling every student to gain knowledge and skills, to develop confidence, to value lifelong learning, and to become responsible, contributing members of our changing world.

Bulldog News

Parent Teacher Conference

Thursday, January 25, 4:30 pm-7:30 pm

Order roses for Valentine's Day!

Place your order no later than Feb. 2nd.

All proceeds go towards the 2018 Senior Trip

Roses: $3.00 each

Includes a ribbon around the order, along with a note (if desired)

Dozen roses: $30.00

Includes a vase, ribbon, and note (if desired)

Your order can be a) delivered to a student during school, b) brought home to you by your student (we'll get it to your student, they'll bring it the rest of the way home - make sure they know you're doing this!), or c) picked up at RHS during school hours on Feb 14th.

To order:

Fill out this form, then make sure payment is made to Mrs. Cysewski no later than February 2nd to ensure delivery.

6th and 8th Grade scoliosis checks, the last week of January.


IRI Achievement

Based on IRI data going back for many years, Ririe Elementary has never accomplished this. Ririe Elementary students taking the Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI) beat the State average in every positive category!

See, Tell, Now!

First Lady Otter has produced public service announcements to promote “See, Tell, Now!” on radio and television. Check it out here.

Zone 2 Vacancy

The Board of Trustees is seeking applicants in order to fill the vacated position representing Zone 2. If you reside in Zone 2 (shaded in blue) and are interested in serving on the Board, please return a completed application to Kristi Hamilton at the district office. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the superintendent at 538-7311 (ext. 2).

This Ririe School District #252 will work to improve in the following five areas:

  1. Student Safety
  2. Excellence in Education
  3. Fiscal Responsibility
  4. Improve Home-School Relations
  5. Positive Board Feedback

Parents and guardians can do the following to help:

  1. Avoid using reverse while picking up and dropping off children.
  2. Spend 20 minutes reading with your child daily.
  3. Assure your children attend school each and every day. Specifically, the 1st 34 days of school (until Nov. 3th ).
  4. Complete "Free and Reduced" form in the parent portal.
  5. Spread news about Positive Happenings in our schools.