Three public funding-formula forums remain.
The educator faces a misdemeanor count after he fed an ill puppy to a turtle in front of a handful of students.
Enrollment was lower than expected and not worth the cost.
The revised measure is the school board’s months-long attempt to scale back its controversial $110 million bond issue that failed last year.
Plus news of another handful of East Idaho incumbents who lost their seats in Tuesday’s primaries.
Idaho Falls trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to allow some schools in the district to start piloting the program. However, there are a couple caveats.
Trustees approved two measures — one unanimously and the other on a 3-2 split. Both decisions impact families.
Trustees say the measure won’t exceed $100 million, but it could be close.
Bonneville trustees are mulling three elementary school boundary change proposals, and could make an official decision next week.
The race is a rematch from two years ago, when Horman, R-Idaho Falls, defeated Neal 68 percent to 32 percent.
Two-term state Rep. Ron Nate and his GOP challenger Doug Ricks outlined their views on education — and each other — during Thursday’s GOP forum in Rexburg.
The GOP candidates differed in their picks for Idaho’s next governor, k-12 funding and sex ed.
Driggs Elementary School principal Greg Larson will fill the position on July 1, the district posted on its website Wednesday.
Democrat Cindy Wilson, vying to be Idaho’s next public schools chief, made an early campaign stop in her rural hometown. “My family homesteaded here in 1878,” she said.
The slip — over email — violates state law and could bring a sizeable fine.
Four major-party candidates vying for Idaho’s governorship gathered for an economic forum in Blackfoot Thursday.