Tomorrow, she’ll present her CTE priorities to lawmakers.
She also prepared for her Wednesday appearance before the House and Senate education committees.
She spent her morning in Nampa, before heading back to Boise.
Critchfield’s KTVB interview will air Sunday morning.
The new state superintendent had the starring role in the three-hour meeting.
Factoring into the drops: Closures at out-of-state universities, more students opting for gap years or heading straight into the workforce, and general uncertainty around COVID-19.
She’ll finish up day with two receptions and the Idaho Potato Commission’s legislative dinner.
“When you get 70% of the vote, your priorities are my priorities,” State Board of Education president Kurt Liebich said of Critchfield in Monday morning’s JFAC hearing.
She also met with Gov. Brad Little.
They recently bought a second home in Boise.