Welcome to Joint School District 391's Human Resources Page! Thank you for you interest in our school district. We look forward to reviewing your application.
Find form in the folder to the right (PDF or Word).
COMPLETE CERTIFIED APPLICATION, RESUME AND LETTER OF INTEREST FOR THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING: You must complete all sections of the application.
TRANSCRIPTS: Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for the application process. If you are hired, you will need to provide official transcripts.
CURRENT COLLEGE PLACEMENT FILE: A current college placement file containing no less than three confidential references. If you do not have a placement file, three sealed confidential letters of reference will be accepted if they are sent directly to our office. At least one letter should be from a previous supervisor.
IDAHO TEACHING CREDENTIAL: We do no require you to hold an Idaho teaching credential prior to being interviewed; however, holding the appropriate Idaho certification is a condition of employment.
Certified Employment Application in folder at right (PDF or Word).
COMPLETE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, RESUME AND LETTER OF INTEREST FOR THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING: Your application must be fully complete to be considered. Resumes are also strongly recommended to fully outline your skills and experience.
Once hired, both certified and classified employees are required to undergo a criminal background investigation as a condition of employment.
If you have additional questions, regarding employment opportunities with Joint School District 391 or the application process, please contact our administrative office at (208) 784-1348.
Classified Employment Application in folder above (Word).
In accordance with Public Law 92-318, Joint School District No. 391 hereby reaffirms its intention to be in compliance with Title IX of the educational amendment.
The following information as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Public Law 92-381 is published for the information of all employees and students in Joint School District No. 391:
"The Board of Trustees of Joint School District No. 391, believing in the fundamental principles of justice, due process, equal protection under the law and the right to petition for redress of grievances, commits itself to an affirmative action program which will provide for equal opportunity in employment and delivery of educational services. The intent of the program is to ensure equal treatment of employees in recruitment, employment, training and promoting and other personnel practices and to ensure equal educational opportunity to all students within the district. The District's affirmative action program focuses on all students and employees in the district with particular focus on racial and ethnic minorities, women, disabled and older persons."
The following persons have been appointed by the School Board to serve on the Affirmative Action Advisory Committee:
- Johanna Patton, Director
- Mrs. Mary Bren
- Mrs. Linda Guthmiller
- Mr. Tim Kimberling
- Mr. Dan Fritz
- Mr. Dwight Hoeck
- Kellogg High School Student Body Vice President
Any employee or student who has a grievance to redress under Title IX should contact a member of this committee.
Title IX Chain of Command in folder above (Word).
Affirmative Action and Compliance Statement
Kellogg Joint School District No. 391 is firmly committed to a policy of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. The intent of this program is to ensure equal treatment of employees in recruitment, training, promoting and other personnel practices and to ensure equal educational opportunities to all students within the district in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws. Any inquiries or problems regarding compliance may be directed to the Affirmative Action Committee, Kellogg Joint School District No. 391 at 800 Bunker Avenue, Kellogg ID 83837.
KSD 391 Human Resources - (208)784-1348 - 800 Bunker Avenue, Kellogg ID 83837
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In compliance with the U. S. Office of Civil Rights Guidelines regarding Title VI, of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Kellogg School District guarantees access to all classes, programs, activities and services without regard to race, color, gender, handicap or national origin.