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At the direction of the District Executive Council and Superintendent, the Boise School District is working on guidelines for building use in the fall by outside groups. Our calendars will open in August for leases after Labor Day. At that time, we will comply with the guidelines set forth by the CDC and Central District Health -- understanding that we at this moment do not know what the future situation might be or what the expectations for gatherings will require. Currently, we are in Central District Health’s Category 2, and we will respect the current City of Boise guidelines concerning gatherings.
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Frank Church High School
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FRANK CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL
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Frank Church High School was officially dedicated on Friday, October 24, 2008. Boise School District officials, students, parents, relatives of the late U.S. Senator Frank Church, architects, engineers, and construction company representatives gathered for the formal dedication ceremony at the site of the school, 8051 W. Salt Creek Court, Boise.

Construction of Frank Church High School was made possible due to the overwhelming support by voters of the 94 million dollar bond to consolidate, renovate and rebuild a number of schools. The successful bond made construction of a number of schools possible, including construction of Frank Church High School. In March of 2006 voters passed the bond with 70.45% of the yes vote.

During the Frank Church High School dedication ceremony, then Boise School Board Trustee Rory Jones shared some highlights about Senator Church’s remarkable life. “His life stands as a testament to what an individual can do given the support, given the courage and given the passion to succeed,” said Trustee Jones. “Senator Frank Church had the courage to stand-up for his beliefs when others were holding firm on their opposite views. Today, Senator Church’s life serves as a great lesson for students in courage, commitment and valor.”