Finalists will participate in a public forum later this month, where they will participate in a question-and-answer session.
An idea to build a special education hub could bump a bond request to $65 million.
The district will likely float a replacement measure. It’s just unclear when — and for how much.
East Idaho’s largest district is an outlier when it comes to creating and annually reviewing four-year student-learning plans. How does it work? And how much is it helping?
Idaho’s richest person says the $110 million bond issue will trigger a significant property tax increase. The district’s financial adviser questions Frank VanderSloot’s math.
Alan Dunn, past president of the Idaho Association of School Administrators, will retire from the East Idaho district on June 30, 2018.
Supporters of the bond cite a laundry list of fixes. Those opposed say the district could do it for much less.
Bingham County detectives had been investigating the Aug. 27 incident, which occurred at the school and left another juvenile injured.