Kyle Pfannenstiel

Idaho Fine Arts Academy takes ‘different’ learning approach to new facility

The Meridian-based magnet school’s recent move to a bigger facility boosts its reach by doubling student seats, and providing a range of amenities aimed at the arts.

West Ada’s former board chair resigns

Amy Johnson said in a letter that she is “exhausted” and she wants to protect her family and employer from further harassment.

Boise trustees agree to phase out mask mandate

The new health and safety plan takes effect after Spring Break. It restores visitor protocols and school activities.

Education news from across Idaho

The state is accepting Teacher of the Year nominations, and awards are in full swing for students.

Boise to consider lifting its mask mandate in schools

Idaho’s second largest district is one of the few still requiring masks. Trustees are seeking public input. Health officials remain cautious.

‘A 50-pound weight’: Nampa’s interim superintendent feels the pressure of his new role

On Monday, Gregg Russell reflected on the work that lies ahead running Idaho’s third largest district.

Nampa trustees appoint replacement after accepting superintendent’s resignation

Assistant superintendent Greg Russell takes over after Paula Kellerer’s abrupt exit.

Nampa superintendent Paula Kellerer resigns

The board has scheduled a special meeting for Saturday to accept the resignation and name an interim. INSIDE: Kellerer’s resignation letter.

Two Idaho teachers reprimanded for misconduct

State education watchdogs issued warnings and temporary punishments against two educators.

Bonuses ease the scramble for substitute teachers

Lured by the added money, dozens of adults have applied to be substitutes in Nampa and Kuna, and they are willing to sub the “notoriously” difficult days of Mondays and Fridays.