Devin Bodkin and Kevin Richert
The levies are designed to help districts accommodate enrollment increases, and Bonneville has used this option for at least a decade. Statewide, districts will collect $11.5 million in emergency levies.
Aug. 27 was a rough election day for school districts across Idaho. Six bond issues failed, leaving more than $154 million in school projects in limbo.
On the heels of the Teton School District’s decision in July, a spokeswoman said the Shoshone-Bannock tribes were not planning to lobby against other American Indian mascots. But in a June position paper, the tribes urged the state to prohibit American Indian nicknames.