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

ISAT 2018


It is our goal to beat the state average on each ISAT test.

  1. Here is a link to the 2018 ISAT testing schedule.
  2. Here is a summary of what all stakeholders can do to Help Improve Our ISAT Scores.

Thanks for all you do to support your child,

Parents Can:

  1. Be positive about the ISAT
  2. Be sure kids are in attendance on testing days
  3. Give pep talk about putting forth best efforts
  4. Ensure your child goes to bed early the night before test
  5. Feed child something extra nutritious night before and morning of test day.

6th Grade Immunization Clinic

Idaho Law Requires all incoming 7th grade students to have proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster shot (Tdap) and a meningococcal shot, or file an exemption form, in order to attend school in the fall.

Nurses from the EIPH will be at the Elementary School Tuesday April 10, 2018 giving immunizations to all 6th grade students with a signed consent form.

Download the consent form (english) or here (spanish).

Check out our Nurse's Corner for Fluoride Consent Form!

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.


This year 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.