SchoolKidz School Supplies
School supplies for next year (grades 1-6) may now be purchased via the SchoolKidz website. All orders must be in by June 24. School supply kits will be delivered directly to the school and available for pickup at registration in August.
This is an optional program, and will hopefully save you from multiple store trips. If you choose to participate, you will be supporting Xavier PFA.
To order, go to www.shopttkits.com. The code for Xavier Charter Schools is 70440.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY
School supply kit prices vary by grade. Each kit is priced based upon the components in it.
There are a few items that SchoolKidz couldn’t source—please make note of them.
First grade: Ziploc bags (last name beginning with A-M brings a large box of gallon Ziploc bags; last name beginning with N-Z brings a large box of quart Ziploc bags)
Second grade: One Gallon sized Ziploc bag with your child’s name on it
Art folder (they do not source patterned folders)
Old terrycloth washcloth or sock to use as an eraser
Second grade boys: 16 oz bottle of unscented hand sanitizer
Crayola Twistables no longer come in an 8 pack, so a 12 pack will be sent
Third to Sixth grades: Zippered binder is an optional purchase
Fifth grade: Sock for whiteboard eraser
Sixth grade: Pink and patterned plastic pocket folders
Shoe box or plastic basket for floor trash can
If you have any questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am traveling, so it may take me a little while to get back to you.
Summer Office Hours
Starting June 13th
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m.
Closed July 4th-8th
2016-2017 School Calendar
The first day of school for the 2016-2017 school year will be September 6, 2016.
The full school calendar can be found here.
Xavier Charter Board Resolution Concerning Common Core and SBAC Assessments
WHEREAS, parents in Idaho were granted the ability to choose the education they felt was suitable and appropriate for their children, and that this was acknowledged by the state legislature as a right in the Idaho Charter Schools Act of 1998, specifically granting local control over these schools to include but not limited to “improvement of student learning, increased learning opportunities, with special emphasis on expanded learning experiences for students, including the use of different and innovative teaching methods, creating new professional opportunities for teachers, including the opportunity to be responsible for the learning program at the school site, and hold the schools established under this chapter accountable... Read More>>
Regarding Right to Receive Teacher Information
Federal law requires that each school district receiving Title 1 funds notify parents of each student attending any school receiving these funds that information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher(s) may be requested.
As a parent of a student attending a school receiving federal program funds, you have the right to know:
- Is my child’s teacher licensed to teach the grades and subject(s) assigned?
- Is my child’s teacher teaching with a provisional license, meaning the state has waived requirements for my child’s teacher?
- What is the college major of my child’s teacher?
- What degree or degrees does my child’s teacher hold?
- If there are instructional aides working with my child, what are their qualifications?
- If my child is or will be taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks this year by a teacher who is not highly qualified, will I be notified in a timely manner?
To request the state qualifications for your child’s teacher or instructional aide, please contact Gary Moon at (208) 734-3947. If you would like more information about this Xavier Charter Schools please feel free to call the front office at the same number and your call will be directed to the appropriate individual.
XAVIER RANKED IN TOP 3%
The state-wide SAT information released by the Idaho Department of Education shows Xavier Charter School’s mean composite score ranked last year’s juniors in the Top 3% in the state of Idaho. IDE requires Idaho high school juniors to participate annually in SAT School Day each April. XCS juniors placed 5th in the state, out-performing all other school districts in the Magic Valley as well as Blaine Co., Cassia Co., Minidoka Co., Boise City and Meridian.
The mean composite score for all three sections of the SAT for juniors at XCS was 1566, 197 points above the State average of 1369. Kimberly School District’s mean composite score was 1435. All other Magic Valley school districts fell below the state average. Nine schools in the state scored above the benchmark SAT score of 1550. Of the nine schools, seven are charters schools.
Xavier Charter School, a free public school, is still accepting students in grades 7th through 12th.
School Hours 2015-2016
Tuesday - Friday