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Lakeland Joint School District 272 does not discriminate or deny services on the basis of age, race, religion, color, national origin, sex and/or disability. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district Title IX Officer.

Lisa Sexton, Assistant Superintendent
P.O. Box 39
Rathdrum, ID 83858



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School Supplies List


Please provide your student with a quality binder that has both subject dividers and an accordion filing system.  Students also need a pencil pouch or spot to store supplies.


Additional supplies include:

Calculator (basic 4 function unless taking Algebra)

Colored pencils or markers (washable only)

Pens (black or blue ink only)



Box of Kleenex (please drop off at office)

Large book covers or paper to cover books


Flash Drives are recommended for students who will want to take computer generated assignments home to work on.  Throughout the year, students may need note cards, glue sticks, and a small pencil sharpener.




There will be a fall sports parent meeting on May 24th at 6:00 pm in the main gym at Timberlake High School. Fall Sports include Volleyball, Football, Soccer, and Cross Country.  

All current 8th grade students wishing to try out for a fall sport, or plan on being on an athletic team during the fall season need to attend this meeting. This meeting will discuss important upcoming dates and mandatory requirements that must be met in order to participate in THS Athletics. For more information, please visit timberlakeathletics.com

Students are required to undergo a physical examination and have it, along with an Interim Questionnaire and an ImPACT test on file with the school prior to their first practice in any IHSAA sponsored sport.



Dear Patrons of the Lakeland Joint School District #272,

For our School District to be healthy and continue to perform at the exemplary level, we need to maintain a strong support system within our community.  This only happens through honest, frequent, and transparent communication. As promised, I will share how your tax dollars are being spent to improve the learning environment and increase student achievement.  We are very appreciative of the community’s support with levy funds and want to relay the many benefits our students are experiencing because of your support. We are working very hard to provide an academically rigorous educational program within a safe and supportive social-emotional environment, while being extremely conscientious of the hard-earned dollars the community is providing.  We are doing great things with a fiscally conservative approach. I am available to present or answer questions - contact me at: 208.687.0431 or becky.meyer@lakeland272.org

-Dr. Meyer, LJSD #272 Superintendent of Schools


Click here to access the 2017-18 Accountability Report or access at: web.lakeland272.org

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