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Welcome to Rimrock Elementary School

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Adventures at Rimrock

Great learning occurs when involved parents, eager learners and dedicated teachers work together!



Rimrock Elementary School is nestled against the foothills east of Idaho Falls. Construction began on Rimrock in the fall of 2005.  Learning began for 420 students September 5th, 2006.  Located in a subdivision off 21st Street in Idaho Falls, Rimrock serves several new housing developments under construction in this rapidly growing area.


Rimrock has already grown to bursting and divided once, sharing nearly 200 students with Mountain Valley Elementary School in 2010.  Rimrock currently enjoys a student population of 442 students who attend K-6. 


Our teachers are a dedicated and fun-loving sort who enjoy children and go the extra mile to offer meaningful and rigorous academic challenges.  Our involved and inventive PTO blesses Rimrock staff and students with productive fundraising events and exciting student activities to help meet our instructional and learning needs. 


Families are always welcome and parents encouraged to volunteer in our classrooms and school activities.  Parents are, in truth, a child's first, best teacher.  All Rimrock stakeholders are committed to providing a safe and playful setting where our children blossom in a garden of academic rigor and love.

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Mission:  To love our students and provide rigorous academic challenge.

Vision:  To foster a partnership of educators, parents, students and community members who will ignite a passion for learning and provide a high quality education in a safe and loving environment.

On Tuesday, August 27th District 93 patrons will be asked to vote on a school bond that will provide funding to build a new elementary school, construct additions at both Hillcrest and Bonneville High Schools, and make necessary improvements to other schools and facilities.


If approved, funds from the $42.7 million school bond can only be used for the projects listed on the ballot. Funds from school bonds cannot be used to pay employee salaries, other ongoing operational costs, or for any purpose not identified on the ballot. The District anticipates paying an interest rate of 2.93% on this bond, resulting in a total estimated cost of $59.2 million. The state is expected to contribute $11.6 million, resulting in a total net cost of $47.6 million to District 93 patrons. The school district will maintain the current levy rate to repay the bond. As the value of the District's tax base grows, the current levy rate will generate the necessary revenue to repay this bond. Based on the District's current tax base, patrons will pay about $92 annually for every $100,000 of their taxable assessed value if the bond is approved. However, the actual annual cost per $100,000 will be less as the District's tax base grows with the construction of new homes and businesses. If new bonds are never approved, the District's levy rate would eventually decrease.


More information about the August 27th Bond Proposal is available at

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Fax: 208-552-4694