A Warm Welcome to St. Nicholas Catholic School

Welcome to St. Nicholas, a “family-oriented” pre-kindergarten through sixth grade Catholic school in Rupert, Idaho.  Our mission is to bring children closer to Christ by providing an excellent integrated religious, academic, and social education in order to develop a Christian attitude, a solid work ethic and respect for themselves and their community.

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Welcome to St. Nicholas Catholic School!

All faiths are welcome.

Announcements
St. Nicholas Catholic Schools Schedule
Parents, As you may have heard, Minidoka County School District is canceling school until November 9th. When they resume school, they will attend school on Monday through Thursday. They will not have school on Fridays.  St. Nicholas Catholic School will continue with in-school learning during this time. We will also hold school on Fridays. Students who ride the bus will need alternative transportation since there will be no busing for two weeks.  At our school, we track our student and staff attendance daily and have been grateful to have our students at sch...

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News and Updates

Posted on October 15, 2020 in: General News

News and Updates
Dear Parents, As our community moves into a higher risk for Covid, we want to share information about our status and plans. We have been in touch with South Central Health Department and are adhering to all of their suggestions and precautions.  We ask students to wear masks before and after school, on Weds for Mass, and anytime they are in close proximity.  We continue to separate grades (Pre, Kinder, 1st, and 2nd as one group, and 3rd, 4th, 5th/6th as another group) for lunch and recesses. Our custodians clean the entire building every night and ...

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Letter to Parents

Posted on October 07, 2020 in: General News

Letter to Parents
Parents, As cases of COVID increase in the community, we are asking you to be extra diligent in keeping your children home if a family member is sick or awaiting COVID test results. We want to remain in school, learning together and the best way to do this is by monitoring our health each day. Please also let us know when a family member tests positive.  We will keep the information confidential, but we want to be able to monitor clusters of illnesses in classrooms.  We want to make sure we do our part to keep everyone safe and healthy. Our first grade cl...

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