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Thank you to those who submitted their open enrollment forms and applications to the D93 administration. We now have a better idea of how many students should be attending Hillcrest, Bonneville and Thunder Ridge. The next steps for registration are a bit more challenging due to the distribution of students throughout the district and adding the new school. Hillcrest High School's plan is to have all students 8th grade-11th grade register before March 17th. Students will take care of all of this with counselor assistance over the course of the next several weeks. 

2018-19 Enrollment and Athletic Eligibility Procedures

Board Approved High School Boundary Map: Fall 2018


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During College Application Week facilitated by our College and Career Counselors, our senior participation was through the roof! 216 seniors completed college applications and FAFSA paperwork. This program and emphasis in assisting students complete all of the paperwork before the due dates is appreciated. Nice job Mrs. McConnell and Mrs. Butler. 


Parent and Community: 

Over 60 families benefited from the HHS Adopt-a-Family program this year. The HHS students could not have been so supportive to the community without our generous sponsors who donated more than $5,000 to the cause. Great job Mrs. Crabtree and the Hillcrest community. 


Thank you to Allstate volunteer Steven Roberts for being a positive force for change in our community. Steven Roberts gave his time and enabled us to receive an Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community grant. The Allstate Foundation supports the causes that Allstate agency owners, financial specialists and employees care about most by providing Helping Hands in the Community grants to nonprofits where they volunteer their time to bring out the good in their communities.


Kneaders Bakery donated $3,000 dollars to the Band and Cheer Programs at HHS! Thank you for your generosity and support.


Zak Paynter, a former HHS student, chose Hillcrest High School for a $100 corporate gift from his engineering firm in Pullman, WA. Thank you Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.! 


THANK YOU Basic American Foods for the $10,000 donation toward purchasing a new inning by inning scoreboard for the Hillcrest Baseball Program!  


Mrs. Zohner and the Health Occupations students for organizing and working with the American Red Cross last Friday. HHS was responsible for presenting 67 blood donors and collecting 61 units of blood. Great job! 


A big thank you to the doctors at Grand Teton Gastroenterology for their combined donation of $300 to award our students that have perfect attendance throughout the year.  Dr. Behrend, Dr. Warner, and Dr. Williams all contributed.  We appreciate this valuable financial support and the help it will provide to our students.



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Good things happening at HHS:

* Daniel Titus has qualified for the National Honors 
  Choir. He will travel to Washington, DC this winter
  to meet other students and perform. 

* Ian Rawlings was selected to All-State Honor Band
  and will travel to Moscow, ID in February to perform! 

* Two students earned a letter of commendation for their 
   National Merit Scholar test results: 

  - Cody Haderlie
  - Jared Hansen








The Bonneville Joint School District 93 Board of Trustees approved a resolution to run a bond election on March 13, 2018. The decision was made during the Board meeting on January 17th.

Why a bond measure?
The $35,319,840 Bond measure will:

  • Build and furnish a new 1,000 student core middle school to accommodate current student population growth at the seventh and eighth grade levels 
  • Construct safety improvements at Falls Valley Elementary 
  • Install a new roof at Iona Elementary
  • Design work to renovate Bonneville and Hillcrest High Schools, and
  • Acquire land for future school sites.

How is the bond financially structured?
Passage of the $35,319,840 bond will not impact the tax levy rate. The tax levy rate will remain the same: $5.79 per $1,000 in assessed value regardless of the outcome of the bond election. The duration of the bond will be set at 17.5 years. The total cost of the bond with interest is estimated to be $40,357,399.

Why now?
Bonneville Joint School District 93 continues to be one of the fastest growing districts in the state. Of the 168 school districts and charter districts in Idaho, D93 is now the fourth largest school district in the state and the largest outside of the Treasure Valley.  Current and future growth will help pay for these improvements without increasing the tax levy rate.  D93 had the largest percentage of growth last year for school districts with enrollments greater than 10,000 students.

Where can I find more information?
You will be able to find more information on the District website, the County's Election site, and the District Facebook Page.

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