One East Idaho school district wants all freshmen to have a free laptop. Another wants to float big-money bond issue later this month. Read these stories and others in this week’s East Idaho briefs package.
Idaho Falls postpones its decision on a high school redesign project, an East Idaho credit union picks up the tab for unpaid school lunches and more than 20 schools and libraries get free drones.
This week’s brief highlights a $17,000 donation to promote reading, a $1,000 tech grant and a vacant seat on the school board in one of Idaho’s biggest districts.
How you can help an East Idaho school could win a $100,000 grant; a hospital gives to schools; it’s time to register for college.
Idaho Falls to host building redesign meeting, Madison approves plan to renew levy, and free books are available in Pocatello.
Students win music awards; district rolls out new school bus; and college savings program makes upgrades.
The Idaho network that bridges the gap between education and industry was honored by national officials for its efforts to find more college opportunities for kids.
Also inside, find out about an evening learning session about Idaho Core Standards.
Find out students can become engaged during campaign season and catch up with other news in brief.
J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation is looking for a new backdrop for its monthly ED Sessions speaker luncheons.