Personalized Learning


Incoming Columbia freshmen learn about devices

Willow Creek families pick up devices. Click and watch the video

Thanks to patron support of an increased supplemental levy, the Nampa School District is improving teaching and learning through the Nampa Personalized Learning initiative. 

This initiative will roll out in several phases, with teachers receiving extensive training and support and students receiving devices to use in their classrooms and at home.

The first phase began in 2016-17 and includes Central, Endeavor, Lake Ridge, New Horizons and Willow Creek elementary schools, and Columbia High School.  Phase 2, kicking off for the 2017-18 school year, includes East Valley Middle School, and Owyhee and Ronald Reagan elementary schools. 

Our Vision for Personalized Learning in Nampa

District and school leaders identified the vision for the Nampa's Personalized Learning initiative and its  four key components: integrated digital content, targeted instruction, data driven decisions,  and student reflection and ownership.


Teacher Support

Essential to the initiative's success is providing all teachers a common framework for innovative instruction called HACK during the next three years. Ongoing HACK training is provided by NNU's Doceo Center. 


Here is a short video overview of the project.