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Coeur d’Alene kindergarten registration scheduled Tuesday

Coeur d’Alene School District will be holding kindergarten registration on Tuesday at all local elementary schools.

Registration requirements include a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate, current immunization records and a current utility bill to verify the family residence.

For questions and registration details, call the District Administrative Center at (208) 664-8241 or the office at an elementary school.

Coeur d’Alene schools levy will be on ballot Tuesday

Residents in the Coeur d’Alene School District will have an opportunity to vote Tuesday on a two-year replacement Supplemental Maintenance and Operations Levy that would replace the 2007 levy that’s expiring this spring.

The proposed replacement levy has been reduced by $1 million to $7,828,687 per year and will fill the gap between state funding and costs to run the district; provide co-curricular programs, including music, debate, athletics; upgrade hardware and technology; continue to provide remedial programs; support programs for academically advanced students in grades 3-12; and help retain support staff, including nursing aides, secretaries, classroom assistants, grounds and custodial staff.

Voting venues will be at all District 271 schools, in the gym foyer at North Idaho College, in the Heart Center lobby of Kootenai Medical Center and at Mica Flats Grange Hall, 7465 W. Kidd Island Road. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Call (208) 664-8241 for more information.

Nonprofit offers students refurbished computers

Computers for Kids is making it easier for kids to have more educational opportunities.

CFK Inc of Boise is a nonprofit organization that works with corporate sponsors and seeks grant funding, along with donations to provide equipment, making it possible to provide students with a computer, who otherwise would not be able to afford one.

Students are required to complete an application and a one-page essay on why they want the computer and how it would help them academically. There is a $35 processing fee.

Applications are available at and are due May 31.

For more information, call (208) 345-0346.

Rainey Coffin can be reached at

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