Parents and students will have a chance to offer feedback via an online survey. Trustees will comb through the feedback and prepare to make a final decision regarding boundaries during a special board meeting on May 23.
Respondents stressed a variety of concerns, from choosing an appropriate location for the school to what to do with the existing Idaho Falls High School.
The school district recently floated a variety of multimillion-dollar options aimed at absorbing Ammon’s dizzying growth, but the problem is handling the influx of kids in the meantime.
The Bonneville County Republican Central Committee voted 21-11 Thursday to adopt a resolution that opposes a May 16 ballot measure to turn Bonneville County into a community college taxing district.
Just five patrons showed up Thursday night in Idaho Falls to voice concerns about the state’s embattled K-12 science standards. But their stance was clear.
Trustees say they’ll make their final selection later this month, following a round of interviews and public input.
Sixteen juniors traveled to a nearby district to take the college-entrance exam, but the tests weren’t available so they returned home — untested.
About 75 parents, patrons and teachers turned out for a two-hour meeting at Sandcreek Middle School Tuesday to provide feedback and ask questions about a variety of multimillion-dollar options aimed at curbing the problem — and to see if the district will turn to local taxpayers to help fund the fix.