An Idaho Falls trustee will also be facing recall.
Fifth graders at the school will deliver thousands of dollars worth of donations to schools in Boise and Nampa.
Students met elves and Whos, and a masked Santa as they paraded through the school’s outdoor Polar Express celebration this week.
Paula Kellerer gave herself and staff members coronavirus-related stipends without first getting board approval. A string of emails between two board members illustrates confusion.
After practicing for weeks, Nampa School District athletes will be able to compete as early as Thursday.
The district gives out about 1,200 free lunches every day, a dramatic decrease from pre-COVID-19 days when the district was serving 9,000.
Nampa trustees meet again Tuesday, even after a raucous Monday meeting where community members honked horns outside of an executive session.
Meet the team working to reach more than 1,000 homeless youth in Idaho’s third largest district.
The nonprofit expanded its hours and added locations to serve more kids more often.
Trustees also voted 4-1 to allow the district’s fall athletics programs to resume practices starting Thursday.