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The Explorer Program is a division of the Boy Scouts of America and is sponsored by Coeur d’Alene Police Department. The program is designed for young people who may be interested in a career in law enforcement. Some of the services that Explorers provide are assisting at community functions and traffic direction. Applications are accepted in July & August.
The CDAFD Cadet Program is aimed at preparing the next generation of Firefighters. The Fire Cadet program is aimed at high school seniors who may be interested in a career in public safety. Applications are accepted each prior to each semester.
The Idaho State Department of Education defines "Special Education" as "Specially designed instruction or speech/language therapy at no cost to the parent to meet the unique needs of a student with a disability including instruction in the classroom, the home, hospitals, institutions, and other settings; instruction in physical education; speech therapy and language therapy; transition services; travel training; assistive technology services; and vocational education."
Visit North Idaho Higher Education, the North Idaho Higher Education Consortium (5 Schools, 1 Location), for a complete and current list of degrees offered by the institutions below.
There are some great checklists available for parents and their kids to navigate their education from Pre-K (or even before - start that savings account now!) through high school.
Resources listed by County below are generally programs that are no cost, located on school grounds, and/or provide transportation for after-school programs.
Educational Camps & Programs
If you or your student has fallen behind on a class or two, there are options for making up those credits in order to graduate on time.
TIP: Confirm that you or your student are taking the RIGHT CLASSES so that they receive proper credit for high school and/or college courses.