WelcomeDear Farmin Stidwell Students and Families,
I want to officially welcome you to the upcoming 2015-2016 school year! Summer has almost come and gone, and we are excited to have students back in our classrooms and hallways ready to learn and grow. It is our mission to provide high quality instruction and learning to ensure that each student will become an enthusiastic lifelong learner and a productive citizen. We are looking forward to a positive partnership with you to ensure that all students reach their highest potential!
As the new principal of Farmin Stidwell, I am honored to be part of your fantastic school! It is very apparent to me that I am entering a community and school full of kind, dedicated, and highly-qualified people. I look forward to working together to make this a successful year.
Thanks to all the hard work and dedication of our custodial staff and facilities department, our school building and grounds are looking beautiful. We have several outside areas with new concrete, lots of freshly painted walls, and everything sparkling clean! They have just a bit more to finish up, and it will be ready for you on September 8th, our first day of school. Remember, school starts at 8:00 am, and we welcome you for breakfast if you’d like to come at 7:30 am.
Our office staff returns for regular hours on August 24th. They will be available to answer questions, complete registrations, and assist you with anything else that needs to be addressed before school starts. To visit our website for more information, go to www.lposd.org and click on Farmin Stidwell under Elementary Schools.
Again, I feel privileged to be a part of this community and school. Please feel free to contact me at 208-265-2417 ext. 2315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome back! Let’s make this a fabulous year at Farmin Stidwell.
Home of the Wolves
Through dynamic, engaging learning experiences and unconditional caring,
the parents and staff of Farmin Stidwell ensure that each student will attain the
intellectual, artistic, physical, social and personal knowledge needed to become
enthusiastic lifelong learners and productive citizens
capable of meeting the challenges of the future.
Banner created by 6th graders 2010-2011 - wet and dry felted.
Letters: clay, glazed and sewn to banner.