- September 4 - PFA Meeting 6:30pm
- September 13 - School Board Meeting 7:00pm
- September 18 - Team Tuesday 8:00-8:45/2:45-3:30
- September 22 - Wellness Carnival and 1st Grade Concert
- September 28 - Staff Pictures, Student Re-takes, Senior Tux & Drape, Fall Sports Pictures
Show your school spirit! Fall Spiritwear available now! Hoodies and long-sleeved tees too! Please order by Friday, September 14th (See attached order form)
Thank you to those who attended the Parent Orientation Thursday, August 30th. Please find attached the documents that were provided to parents during the general session. If you weren't able to attend the parent orientation, please visit the blogs of each of your children's individual teachers for further information.
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and Star Rating
Compass is one of 78 schools out of 648 schools in Idaho to receive a 5 Star Rating. The State Department of Education released this information to the media/public on Friday.
BOISE – Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna today announced the results of Idaho’s new school accountability system, known as the Five-Star Rating System.
“We have been working toward a new system of increased accountability that focuses on multiple measures, including academic growth, for every child in Idaho for years. Today, we are finally able to begin moving to the Five-Star Rating System, which is a better and more accurate way to evaluate how Idaho schools are performing academically,” Superintendent Luna said. “This is an exciting year because our accountability system is now aligned with our vision to create a 21st Century education system where every student graduates prepared for post-secondary education and the workforce.”
The Idaho State Department of Education and State Board of Education worked closely with parents, educators and community members over the past year to develop this new Five-Star Rating System, including a series of focus groups, meeting with educational stakeholders and a public comment period.
“The new 5-Star accountability plan will more accurately measure the academic quality of Idaho schools. We are pleased that this system was developed in Idaho, with help from our own educators,” said Ken Edmunds, President of the Idaho State Board of Education. “This is a step in the right direction for Idaho’s K-12 education system.”