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From the monthly archives: October 2016

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October 25: Parent Involvement Night - CDA School District

The Coeur d'Alene School District and the Lake City Public Library are hosting a Parent Involvement night on October 25 at 6:15 p.m.


See attached flyer for full details.

Trustees decide on Hayden Lake school

The empty Hayden Lake Elementary School will open for the 2017-18 school year as an attendance zone elementary school.

The Coeur d’Alene School District Board of Trustees passed the motion 3-2 at Monday night’s board meeting.

Vice Chair Dave Eubanks, Trustee Christa Hazel and Trustee Tom Hearn voted for the motion while Board Chair Casey Morrisroe and Trustee Tambra Pickford voted against it.

The board has been discussing options for the currently vacant Hayden Lake site for quite a while, trying to decide if it would be better to sell it, open it as an attendance zone school or open it as a magnet school.

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Laura Rumpler: ‘Architect for positive change’

Laura Rumpler knows words matter.

Rumpler, the communications director for the Coeur d’Alene School District since 2010, learned that lesson at an early age.

Growing up in rural Oregon, Rumpler came from a small, tight-knit family. Her father, a retired naval commander, and her mother were loving and supportive.

“We traveled often, with my father’s career and my mother being from Scotland. I’ve had an interesting background of experiences and people in different cultures,” Rumpler said. “There wasn’t much fear in my life when I was young.”

Then, when she was around 9 years old, her music teacher pulled her aside and told her she had a horrible voice, that she was singing too loud and ruining the upcoming school performance. The teacher told Rumpler not to sing, to just mouth the words.

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