After record bond failure, Idaho Falls considers another ballot measure

A plant facilities levy may be the path to a new elementary school.

In a district with unique Mondays, at-risk students outperform state averages

The days are set aside for catching up, getting help, and planning. It seems to be working.

Decaying buildings and a record of failed bond elections: ‘It is quite atrocious’ in Salmon

Superintendent Troy Easterday hopes lawmakers will help his community with a new infrastructure bill and surplus funds earmarked for school buildings.

Idaho Falls School Board scrambles to address overcrowding after failed bond

Split sessions are off the table after teachers said they would transfer or find a new job.

Ammon teacher wins Milken Educator Award

The first-grade teacher was surprised with a $25K check at a school assembly in front of her students.

Campus news items: Idaho State studies an unknown 2 billion years of Earth’s geology

In other items, Idaho State opens a simulation lab for health professions students, and Brigham Young University-Idaho reports a fall enrollment decrease.

University dean introduces students to other cultures and worlds through books

Idaho State University’s book drive supplies more than 700 diverse books for school libraries.

Idaho Falls trustees brainstorm solutions to overcrowding after failed bond

New boundaries, split sessions, and another bond attempt are all on the table.

She wants a classroom where all identities feel welcome

Shoshone-Bannock educator wants to see the Shoshoni language celebrated and revitalized as a way to empower Native American youth

Idaho Falls’ record-high bond fails, while measures pass in Bonneville and Fremont

It’s the third time since 2017 that Idaho Falls property owners have rejected the district’s requests for facilities funding.