Month: March 2020
Members of the Salmon community ceremonially broke ground last week for a new $2.5 million sports complex, paid for by a former local who wanted to give back.
As spring break ends in the West Ada School District, students will be able to take optional online courses beginning Monday. Teachers and staff will return to school to work on the online transition.
Amid news of community spread in Idaho’s most densely populated areas, state leaders took two historic steps designed to slow the spread of novel coronavirus.
Driven by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, the cuts come to about $19 million for K-12 and $3 million for higher ed. State officials say an infusion of federal aid should soften the blow for K-12.
Catch up on the latest news involving Idaho’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. (This is a breaking news story that will be updated.)
Idahoans are resilient and we have top-notch state and local leaders dedicated to ensuring that we come out of this stronger and better able to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future.
State and federal officials are billing distance-learning as an opportunity to find creative ways to teach students who have special needs.