District Office

Ealey, Susan
Treasurer / Clerk
Ferguson, Lynette
Superintendent/Elem. Principal
Shannon, Cindy
District Secretary

K.I.T.E. CLUB Kootenai Interactive Tutoring and Enrichment Club

KITE is an after-school program in which students, K-8,  have the opportunity to work on homework or receive extra tutoring. Enrichment activities include physical activities, science experiments, and community education. Program goals include attending to the academic, emotional, and social well-being of children. 

  • The program runs from October to May and even homeschooled students are encouraged to join. 
  • KITE Family Nights - KITE students and their families can enjoy dinner and activities together.
  • Students with high KITE attendance and positive KITE behavior are invited to attend quarterly field trips.


Please click here for more information about our KITE program.


Teacher Evaluations

Dear Parents:

In compliance with new state requirements and district policy, Kootenai School District is requesting parental feedback for inclusion in certified instructional staff evaluations.  The enclosed form is being randomly mailed to parents.  We ask that you respond to the questions and return the form to the school or district office.

Your input allows for ongoing parent/guardian input,  which is important in improving the quality of education for all our students. You may obtain additional forms from any school office, the school district's administrative office or by clicking on the following link.

Teacher Evaluation

If you have any questions, please call the school office:

Elementary: 689-3511     Jr. Sr. High: 689-3311      District Office:  689-3631

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Partners in Education:

Lynette Ferguson


District Calendar

Today: 10/9/15

Driver's Ed

Spring, 2015

Kootenai High School

The following is a list of items that are required in order to take Driver’s Education through Kootenai High School. Should you have any questions, please call the office at 208-689-3311.

To register for IDLA Driver Education you must first obtain a driving permit from a local DMV.

Items needed to get your permit:

  1. A verification of compliance letter from your school. Home school students fill out a form provided by the DMV.
  2. A state certified birth certificate (no photocopies).
  3. Photo identification- student ID card, passport, school yearbook, church registry.
  4. Social security card.
  5. Glasses or contact lenses if needed to pass the eye exam.
  6. The name of the instructor or company providing the behind-the-wheel portion of the course.
  7. The cost of a driving permit is $21.50 at the DMV.

Items needed to register for IDLA Driver Education:

  1. Driving permit.
  2. Arrange and pay for the behind-the-wheel instruction by the end of the 2nd week of class.

Register for the class with the IDLA Coordinator at school.