All told, Ybarra’s calendar includes 4 1/2 hours of meetings, and no scheduled events for Friday.
The claims stem from an alleged sexual harassment incident involving the HR director’s son, a fellow student and an unidentified female school staffer, the Idaho Mountain Express reported Friday.
Teton’s insurance carrier covered $300,000 that the district lost in the $784,000 fraud.
An Idaho State Journal story on the federal lawsuit details a pattern of physical and emotional harm suffered by two students with disabilities. The Oneida district plans to appeal the verdict.
Students will get out early. Meanwhile, teachers will get an extra hour for training, planning and brainstorming.
Tony Nelson faces two counts of felony injury to a child. He is on administrative leave.
Here’s state superintendent Sherri Ybarra’s weekly schedule, as released Monday morning.
What did state superintendent Sherri Ybarra and Gov. Brad Little talk about Monday? Here’s a synopsis.
The Oregon House Monday passed a bill to get rid of vaccination exemptions based on philosophical, religious and personal grounds. Idaho and Oregon have some of the nation’s highest vaccination opt-out rates — fueled largely by these non-medical exemptions.
It took until close of business Monday, but state superintendent Sherri Ybarra’s office released her schedule at 4:59 p.m.
Graduating seniors still have time to apply to Idaho’s two- and four-year colleges, and apply for federal financial aid.
Nampa police say the victim was not one of Keith Odell Peterson’s former students. But police are seeking information on other possible victims.
The superintendent’s post-legislative “roadshow” dominates this week’s calendar.
New Boise State University President Marlene Tromp and new University of Idaho President C. Scott Green will earn more than their predecessors.
One former legislative candidate said the paintings smack of “indoctrination.” The head of the Blaine County School District says the artwork reflects a variety of political viewpoints.
A former student filed a federal lawsuit in December 2017, saying she was denied an education after reporting an on-campus sexual assault. Details of the settlement were not disclosed, the Associated Press reported.
The legal claims say the former Fruitland High School principal sexually harassed two former students, including at least one student who was underage. The Idaho Statesman reported on the claims Sunday.
Ybarra will begin her post-legislative session meetings with local educators, and take part in a State Board of Education conference call to vote on a new Boise State University president.
The longtime principal and basketball coach faces two charges of sexual battery and a charge of solicitation of a prostitute, stemming from a workplace harassment complaint.
“More and more our college feels like it is moving towards a public ‘for-profit’ institution,” associate professor Stephanie Ritchie Breach said in a letter she read before CWI trustees Tuesday.