The remote Southeast Idaho district’s home-learning program has added 2,500 students since 2016, far exceeding growth at any other district or charter in Idaho. It’s now Idaho’s largest virtual school.
The board chair justified the process, saying, “This is the same process the board has followed for at least 16 years.”
The exchange and resignation marked the latest in the charter school’s ongoing effort to reorganize its governing board after fallout from a botched school board election.
White Pine Charter School patrons went back to the polls Tuesday, nearly six months after a botched election that was plagued with allegations of electioneering.
Bingham Academy can continue operating in a former movie theater, a city commission says, as long as the school’s enrollment does not outgrow the facility.