About PCSD 25

Last Updated: 4/17/2019 5:31 PM



The question, “What did you learn today?” is vital to our district-wide commitment to Visible Learning. Parents can turn the question, “What did you do today?” into “What did you LEARN” today?” to see Visible Learning in action. It’s not just what students are learning, it’s also about how they are learning. As Visible Learning research has shown, the greatest impact on student learning is collective efficacy. Simply stated, our impact is much greater as we do “MORE TOGETHER.”


What is Visible Learning?




PCSD 25 provides the highest quality educational services in a safe, supportive and caring learning environment for approximately 12,500 students within thirteen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and an alternative school. Incorporated in 1887, PCSD 25 is located in southeastern Idaho in Bannock County (population: 83,691). PCSD 25 serves the cities of Pocatello (population: 54,810) and Chubbuck (population: 14,067), as well a portion of northern Bannock County, including part of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.


Our educational team is united in our commitment to the learners and families of our community to think more, learn more and to be MORE TOGETHER


About PCSD 25