If you are new to the district please register using this online 2020-2021 Registration Link.
Below are virtual tours for incoming 6th and 7th graders.
Parents/Guardians of Sacajawea Students:
As we work through ending our school year, we have created a plan for students to return to the building. This would involve cleaning out lockers, returning books to teachers, turning in mobile devices and picking up awards, annuals, etc.
In order to follow CDC guidelines, we will minimize the amount of students in various areas of the school/campus following the schedule below based on last names:
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all work through this new process.
Students interested in 8th grade cheerleading may sign up using the google form link below. Once the form is complete, the athlete will be added to a google classroom where they will receive more information on this year’s tryout process. Please submit the form by Friday, May 15th. Athletes will be given information on what paperwork is needed in order to tryout through google classroom. If you have questions, please contact the Sacajawea Junior High office (208) 748 – 3400. Thank you.
SAC Library now has a Facebook page to help students have access to our library collection! Search for Sacajawea Junior High Library. Books will be checked out and made available at the Sac lunch pick up site. You can search VALNet to find the books you want; however, only SAC LIBRARY BOOKS are available. Requests must be either email to Mrs. Kluss (email on FB page) or requested via comments on posts.
Please click on the library tab on the Sacajawea school webpage to access many resources. Click on VALNet to access your VALNet account. You’ll need the 14 digit number on the back of your card. Sacajawea Junior High books placed on hold will be checked out to students and be available for pickup at the SAC lunch distribution site. At this time we are not accepting holds from other libraries.
If you would like to place a Sacajawea library book on hold and don’t remember how, join the Library Orientation Google Classroom using the class code –t2qqwjo. There are videos showing how to log on to VALNet, place books on hold and navigate NoveList Plus under “Find your Next Book” tab.
In addition to the above resources, in the library tab you will see TumbleCloud and eMagazines.
TumbleCloud includes a variety of graphic novels, enhanced novels, classic literature, National Geographic videos and audiobooks. Username: Lewiston; password: secondary
eMagazines has a link to Flipster, free online magazines. Password 21853.
Funding for these has been provided by LHS library and the Idaho Legislature.
Getting books for our quarantined students to read is challenging during this difficult time. Please check out this link that helps do just that.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Lewiston School District athletics and extra-curricular
activities will be suspended from Tuesday, March 17th through Sunday, April 5th. This
suspension includes practices and competitions. During this time, Coaches and Schools are not
allowed to let athletes or outside groups to use school athletic facilities for extra-curricular
activities. During this suspension, all district athletic facilities will be unavailable for use by
The decision to suspend extra-curricular activities was made after consultation with Public
Health officials and the Idaho High School Activities Association.
District officials will continue to monitor the situation. As we gather information a decision will
be made on the remainder of our spring athletics and activities seasons.
Please see the updated email recently sent via the Idaho High School Activities Association
The Idaho High School Activities Association, in the response to COVID-19, and to best
serve our member schools, student participants, coaches and Idaho families are
announcing the following:
• Cancellation of the Association’s State Cheer/Dance Championships, this event will not
• The State Debate Championship is still postponed as we work on the possibility of
combining with the State Speech Championships.
• Suspension of sanctioned sports and activities for all of its member schools effective
Tuesday, March 17 through Sunday April 5th.
Implementing cancellations and/or suspension is taken in part with consultation with
public health officials to implement best practices in slowing the spread of COVID 19 and
therefore aid in protection of students and the general public; to reduce competitive
inequity among member schools and in an effort to have the opportunity to hold our spring
state tournaments/events on the assigned dates/sites as those dates will not be extended.
During the suspension, IHSAA member schools are not to compete in games or contests.
Member schools are not to conduct practices in IHSAA sanctioned sports at any location.
Neither member schools nor their coaches nor student athletes are to hold meetings.
Member schools are not to allow students or coaches at any IHSAA member school to use
the school’s athletic facilities for a practice, game or contest in any IHSAA sanctioned sport
regardless of the affiliation (club or otherwise) of the group seeking to use the facilities. The
use of athletic facilities for currently scheduled classes as a part of the regular school
curriculum such as P.E. classes is allowed. Rule 8-11, Outside Competition is still in effect.
Click here for the fundraising video created by the Sacajawea Student Body Officers.
Friday Hat day: Donate $1 to be allowed to wear a hat.
Wednesday: Paradise bucks, donate $2 to Mrs. Kluss and receive $1 coupon for any Scholastic Book Fair purchase.
March 4th and 5th before school and during lunch.
March 6th and 7th after school, 4:00PM – 7:00PM.