For 2022-2023, families must apply for free and reduced lunches. Your child may be eligible to receive free or reduced price meals. Families may qualify if the household’s annual gross income is within the limits identified by the Federal Income Eligibility Standards. Please review this chart for the gross annual income qualifications.
The online application can be found on the PFSD website, and paper copies are available upon request at the school office. Only one application needs to be filled out per household.
If you have received an email from Nutrition Services dated after July 1, 2022, indicating your child has been approved for the program, no additional paperwork is required for this school year.
Please contact Becky Elmore, Child Nutrition Supervisor, at 208-773-1625 with questions regarding the school lunch or breakfast program.
Post Falls High School offers diverse academic, vocational, and dual credit courses. We value and appreciate our students, parents, and community continually supporting our programs. As the city of Post Falls experiences growth and change, the high school, its staff, and offerings continue to adjust to meet the needs of our learners. We recognize ability in and out of the classroom and promote academic excellence and school pride.
As you are aware, on occasion it is necessary to cancel school because of inclement North Idaho winter weather. Typically it is icy conditions, not snow that presents a problem. We also have the option of a 2-hour late start when it appears the weather could improve enough to safely open school for students and staff members later in the morning. Starting school later will also provide city and county road crews with more time to clear roadways, parking lots and
sidewalks.The decision to keep school open, close, or delay the start by 2 hours is announced by 5:30AM.
Last night, the Post Falls School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to pilot a four-day school week for the 2023-2024 school year...
The Post Falls School District has joined the School Messenger emergency notification system. The system allows the district to communicate via SMS text messages to parents regarding important matters such as a school lockdown, school closure (weather or otherwise) or other issues that affect their students.
To receive school notifications, you must opt in to School Messenger and your student's school must have your current cell number entered in their system.
Please follow the steps below to opt in:
**Send a text message to 67587 with "Y" or "Yes” in the body of the text.
**You will receive a confirmation text reply that you are registered with School Messenger.
We are committed to developing the academic excellence of all students and preparing them to be productive and responsible citizens.
We believe the educational process should be a cooperative effort requiring communication among the community, parents, faculty, and students. It is our belief that this process will develop the foundation for Post Falls High School students to become lifelong learners.