“we have little confidence that the move … will keep students and educators safe in many areas of the state,” union president Layne McInelly said Tuesday.
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Another week, another grim Idaho coronavirus milestone. For the first time, new weekly cases eclipsed the 5,000 mark.
The state’s three largest private colleges grew enrollment, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The requirement applies only to middle schools, where officials are tracking 10 coronavirus cases, the Lewiston Tribune reported.
The federally funded $50 million program will help families offset the costs of online learning — such as computers or internet connectivity. Grants will max out at $1,500 per student or $3,500 per family.
The West Ada School District has reported 59 coronavirus cases over the past two weeks, at infection rates below the countywide average.
Seven months into the coronavirus outbreak, Idaho set a pair of grim records Friday.
In a Tuesday email to staff and students, the University of Idaho president hails a reversal from shortfalls to a $900,000 surplus.
A handful of parents showed up at Monday’s school board meeting to protest the move, the Twin Falls Times-News reported.