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Idaho Central Credit Union donates $500 for Caldwell High Business class field trip

Matt Schneiderman's Wealth Management class at Caldwell High received a $500 donation from Idaho Central Credit Union to finance a field trip to Boise onĀ April 6th. They will have a chance to learn more about personal and business finance from some great sources. They will go to Zions Bank and engage in a personal finance problem-solving scenario facilitated by Karen Applegren, Vice President and Director of the Business Resource Center. They will then have a chance to eat lunch at Meraki Greek Restaurant and hear how the owner, Aki Kazantzakis, started his own business after getting an international business degree and working in accounting and finance for many years. After lunch, students will walk over to Trailhead which is dedicated to providing mentoring to startup businesses in the Treasure Valley. Dan Faricy, Executive Director of Trailhead, will lead students through an ideation workshop on how they might use their savings and access other forms of financing to start their own business. It should be a great day!

Many thanks to Jacob Velasquez (Business Relations Officer at Idaho Central Credit Union) and Idaho Central Credit Union for making this unique learning experience for the students possible!
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As there will be a quorum of the Board of Trustees in attendance at Caldwell District Office for Dr. Tommy Ahlquist, gubernatorial candidate, asked to visit the Caldwell School District to share his vision of education and his platform for Idaho.
This is not an endorsement of Dr. Ahlquist. So you are aware, if other gubernatorial candidates asked to visit the Caldwell School District, they will be given the same courtesy.
Notice is hereby given that a majority of the Board will be present and in attendance at such event.
Date: March 19, 2018

Location: Caldwell, Id
Time: 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
No Business of the Board is scheduled or will be occurring.
No meeting of the Board will be held. Accordingly, no minutes will be taken.
This Notice fulfills the Idaho State Code requirements for public meeting notices.
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Back pack changes at Caldwell High School

For student safety, CHS is transitioning to a no back pack procedure. All students will be assigned a locker on Wednesday this week for their convenience. Bags the size of a letter sized paper will be allowed. We understand this will be a transition as students and staff get used to a new procedure. Athletic bags will need to be stored with the PE teachers in the mornings or kept in student vehicles.
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