Police investigating student injury at Snake River High

A teacher at the school may be linked to the incident, though police aren’t yet providing details about the case, which is still under review.

East Idaho teens ‘break through’ their barriers

A social change campaign set out to help Idaho teens develop more confidence to go to college.

Sugar-Salem — a no-show on SAT Day, again

The vast majority of Sugar-Salem High School’s roughly 125 juniors took the state’s other acceptable college-entrance exam, the ACT.

Pocatello-Chubbuck reaches labor agreement

The agreement could mean a 3.6 percent pay increase for teachers who advance on the state’s career ladder salary law.

West Side stories: Life after high school

This small, rural Idaho school churned out a 100 percent graduation rate in 2016. About half went on to college, a ratio that mirrors Idaho’s statewide go-on rate. Here are some of their stories on life after high school.

Bonneville district unlikely to bond in November

After nixing a $58 million bond issue for a new middle school, the Bonneville School District is back to square one on how best to absorb a dizzying influx of elementary-age students.

State Board votes to expand CEI taxing district to Bingham County

Bingham County patrons will now vote on the measure, which could raise taxes $11 to $12 a year for the average homeowner.

Education news briefs from across East Idaho

One East Idaho school district wants all freshmen to have a free laptop. Another wants to float big-money bond issue later this month. Read these stories and others in this week’s East Idaho briefs package.

East Idaho students featured in New York Times story

Recent graduates from Preston and Idaho Falls join others from across the nation in explaining why college isn’t their choice.

Idaho Falls trustees OK $110 million November bond issue

If approved by voters this November, a new Idaho Falls High school will rise in a field near Taylorview Middle School.