Join us on September 15th for the 2017 Fall Fun Festival… New playground – grand opening Free book fair (all attendees receive free books) Free SEM activities Hotdogs and snow cones (for purchase) This event is open to the whole community so please invite your friends and family members!
In Jerome, Heritage Academy also has full-day kindergarten. Many students enter school without many pre-reading skills, Superintendent Christine Ivie said. “That all-day kindergarten gives extra time in the afternoon to have more eyes to text. I think that’s a critical thing.” Last school year, Heritage Academy also adopted a new reading program, Core Knowledge Language Arts. Plus, the school spends … Read More
JEROME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — This fall, Heritage Academy in Jerome will receive a grant to help fund suicide, violence and bullying prevention training. The school is one of 10 in the state that will receive the $2,400 grant to introduce the Sources of Strength Program at their school. The money will help pay for training for students and staff. The grants … Read More
Heritage Academy has been awarded a Dairy Does Good Foodservice Strategies Grant. The grant is for a transportation cart that will be used to provide fresh foods to our children during meal service and snack times. We would like to thank the Idaho Dairy Council for the grant and the continuing support of our school food service program. Thank you! … Read More
Heritage Academy would like to thank Glanbia Foods for their generous grant of $10,000.00. The funds were used to update our cafeteria with new equipment, lunch trays and a refinished floor! These improvements have greatly improved Heritage Academy’s food service program and would not have been possible without Glanbia’s generosity! Thank You!
Heritage Academy Christine M. Ivie, Ed.D. School Administrator, Heritage Academy Superintendent, District #479 Heritage Academy students are tackling real life challenges as part of their regular school schedule. Heritage Academy offers all of its students the opportunity to participate in weekly enrichment clusters that are student-directed and standards-aligned. Students are allowed to choose their own clusters and each cluster produces … Read More
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