May 2020 Newsletter

Great News! All teachers are ready to return to on-campus learning! All of the teachers and staff have committed to return for the 2020-2021 academic school year. We have had a lot of positive changes and we are looking forward to a great year on campus, Lord willing.


COVID-19 has changed much about what we used to consider “normal.” Although this disruption has not been easy at times, there are many positive outcomes due to this pandemic. We have had more family dinners, learned how to navigate technology, and have grown closer to those nearest us.


The school supply list and 2020-2021 calendar will be coming out in July. Look for an email with this information.


Teacher Recognition: All the parents and family members who stepped up to the plate to help students learn how to remote learn. This has been a challenging end to the school year, but you made it happen! We are so grateful for the work you did to help your child be successful.


The discount for early registration will expire on July 1st. We are planning and preparing to be on campus for the Fall.


Seniors join us Thursday, May 28th for breakfast. We will serve juice, coffee, breakfast burritos, fruit and French toast casserole.


Saturday, June 6 at 1 pm

Congratulations Seniors!

You survived remote learning!



Thank you to everyone who enrolled early even in these unprecedented and possibly trying times. We appreciate your faith in moving forward and looking beyond our current situation. The board would like to extend the early registration fee for returning families due to COVID 19 until July 1st. Please reach out to Dorothy Huss ( if you need additional help with the registration fee.  Likewise, please let your friends and family know we are accepting new students. Thank you for your continued support of NICS.


North Idaho Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions, or its hiring policies. The school reserves the right for purposes of admission to assess the academic, emotional and physical aptitude of each student applicant, basing its findings on previous academic records, character references, a personal interview, and the result of an administered standardized test of general ability.


Blog Post written by:
Paulette O'Neal
School Counselor