What was a financial gamble in 1969, the Canyon-Owyhee School Service Agency has provided 50 years of special education, CTE and alternative education for students in Homedale, Marsing, Notus, Parma and Wilder.
Journalists search for the truth and expose the problems. In a series we’ll publish next week, we are supporting those investigations with in-depth reports on what’s going right.
Children who live in poverty perform below their peers academically. Lawmakers and education leaders are considering investments aimed at reversing the trend.
The goal was for students to create an easy-to-make, healthy recipe using ingredients that are commonly found in food pantries.
Seniors from the break-the-mold, tuition-free independent high school received admissions offers from 45 different public and private colleges and universities from coast to coast.
Borah Elementary kids build relationships with community members through a variety of activities.
Prevention and intervention programs were initiated to combat drug abuse, stress, poverty, homelessness and depression.
The night was a chance to model how a school, a community partner and families could come together to foster student growth.