Bannock County Juvenile Justice Department

Community Partnerships

Bannock County

Official Website of Bannock County

Pocatello / Chubbuck School District No. 25

The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District is committed to maximizing student learning.  The District has a solid reputation for providing quality education in grades K – 12, as well as nationally-recognized adult/community education classes.  Winner of the “What Parents Want Award” for nine years straight, the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District is a parent-friendly educational environment.

Administrative Offices:
3115 Poleline Road
(208) 232-3563

Marsh Valley Joint School District No. 21

Marsh Valley Joint School District No. 21 is located in South Bannock County, and is comprised of the following communities: Arimo, Downey, Garden Creek, Inkom, Lava Hot Springs, McCammon, Swan Lake and Virginia.

The District has four elementary schools, housing grades K-6 with district wide pre-school programs and developmental kindergarten programs.  The District also provides services for a comprehensive special education program.  All of our schools and programs are fully accredited.

The mission of Marsh Valley Joint School District No. 21 is to create an effective and efficient learning environment where students can develop life-long learning skills to become responsible, self motivated, confident citizens with an appreciation for others in a changing world.

Administrative Offices:
40 School Street
Arimo, Idaho 83214
(208) 254-3306

Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections

Official State of Idaho Depart of Juvenile Corrections Website
Program, Library & Forms

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Our mission is to promote and protect the health and safety of all Idahoans.  From birth throughout life, we can help enrich and protect the lives of the people of our state.

We offer programs that deal with complex social, economic and individual issues.  They range from Medicaid to Food Stamps, Child Protection to Disease Prevention.  Last year, we helped almost 340,000 people in our state, one out of every four Idahoans.

Idaho Kids Count

Idaho Kids Count is a nonprofit organization engaging citizens and policy makers in a non-partisan, research-based discussions of strategies to improve childhood outcomes.

Idaho Kids Count, launched in 1994 by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is a program of the Mountain States Group a 501(c)3 community resource organization.

Juvenile Justice Services - Protection, Compentency and Accountability


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