A week after voters rejected another supplemental levy, the effects on the Lapwai School District are now coming into focus.
Students will take physical education through an online school, the Idaho Digital Learning Academy. Foreign language classes will also be taken online — and for the second consecutive year, music classes are on hiatus.
Superintendent David Aiken outlined the cuts — and the online P.E. plan — in an interview with the Lewiston Tribune. Students will still have access to Lapwai’s gym and equipment, he said, but the district can’t afford to have a teacher onsite. “The teacher is on the other side of the computer,” Aiken told the Tribune.