Eric Lords, 49, will spend 50 days in jail, five years on probation and serve 300 hours of community service for the crime, a judge announced Monday.
Trustees on Wednesday approved floating a 10-year, $2.8 million-per-year plant facilities levy and a two-year, $5.8 million-per-year supplemental levy.
Conservative Republicans recently killed a $6 million federal grant for early learning. Stakeholders in this rural district say lawmakers got it wrong.
An administrative complaint drafted by the Idaho Professional Standards Commission recommends revoking Marvin Hansen’s professional licenses. He can choose to fight the recommendations in a hearing.
A full return to the classroom this week was welcomed news for some. Not so much for others.
Administrators will ask trustees to consider keeping the district’s current learning schedule for next year, Superintendent School Woolstenhulme told EdNews Wednesday.
Trustees held a special meeting last Friday to review job applications from an original pool of 11 candidates.
Board minutes include no mention of who received the money or for how much.
“I used a school’s credit card for personal use,” Eric Lords, 49, told the judge.