Joint School District #391

Kellogg, Idaho

April 10, 2018

On Monday, April 8, 2019, there was a non-credible bomb threat made for Kellogg High School. Prior to that date, and especially on the 8th, local law enforcement agencies responded to this threat with great diligence to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community. Included in the response were the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office, Kellogg Police Department, Shoshone County Fire Protection District #2, Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office, and school district personnel.

This joint effort resulted in KHS being searched by a trained canine and secured by several hours of professional time. In addition, each individual school received extra law enforcement protection during the day. The investigation will continue and any individuals associated with this threat will be prosecuted. Law enforcement officials and the school district consider this matter to be extremely serious and will continue to respond in like fashion.

We are especially thankful to the men and women of those agencies involved for their thoroughness in responding and professionalism, as well as, to the students and staff at Kellogg High School for their cooperation.


April 8, 2018

Update from the Shoshone County Sheriff's Dept:

As of 04:00 hours this morning (04/08/19), the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office worked with an explosives detection K-9 at the Kellogg High School. After an extensive search of the property, both indoor and out, no dangerous or suspicious items were found. Law enforcement will remain at KHS for the remainder of the morning.


March 29, 2019

Dear Parents, Families, and Community Members:

The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a threat, which law enforcement officials believe to be a non-credible threat, at Kellogg High School. Although this unknown, written bomb threat appears to be a non-credible threat we believe it is worthy of all safety precautions. Keeping our students, staff, and community safe is of utmost importance to the Kellogg School District and local law enforcement agencies.


Therefore, prior to, and especially on Monday, April 8th, our schools in the Kellogg School District will have a greater presence of law enforcement with special precautions in place.


Thank you for your partnership in helping us keep our students and staff safe. School safety will always be a top priority and we are better when the entire community works together to help insure this partnership.


Nancy J. Larsen, Superintendent and Mike Gunderson, Shoshone County Sheriff

Upates on School Funding Forumula

Funding formula meeting Sept 24 2018.pdf
180718_psff_Idaho Brief.pdf

NOTICES

NOTICE FOR SPECIAL MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a board meeting with the Board of Trustees of Joint School District #391 will be held on Monday, the 15th of April 2019 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Superintendent Larsen's Home located at 602 2nd Street, Kellogg ID. At this meeting, the following business will be conducted:

  1. Bond Committee Meeting

This special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the school district is called pursuant to Title 33 and Chapter 23, Title 67, Idaho Code.

Dated this 12th day of April 2019.

Angela Durick, Clerk

As required by Idaho SB1108, a list of Professional Liability Insurance Providers must be provided to all KSD 391 employees. Acknowledgement of the receipt of this list must be document through the form on the Documents page of our site:

  • click Here (or click the Documents link in the left menu)
  • find PLIPReceiptForm.pdf and click view
  • click the link on that form to download the list (MS Excel format)
  • print PLIPReceiptForm.pdf
  • sign and date the form
  • returned the signed and dated form to the District Office

Joint School District 391 - 800 Bunker Avenue - Kellogg ID 83837 - (208) 784-1348

©2019 Joint School District 391

In compliance with the U. S. Office of Civil Rights Guidelines regarding Title VI, of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Kellogg School District guarantees access to all classes, programs, activities and services without regard to race, color, gender, handicap or national origin.