Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center will likely have facilities for its students next school year. Bingham Academy might not.
The district’s maintenance and operations director says the plan to build a new elementary school and fund other structural upgrades will likely cost millions of dollars more than previously anticipated.
Eric Lords could be stripped of his Idaho administrator’s license after admitting that he used school credit and debit cards to buy a range of personal items.
The Blackfoot Planning and Zoning Commission’s reluctance to grant conditional use permits has ignited uncertainty over where hundreds of K-12 students will go to school next year.
In order to comply with state requirements, the two schools will be governed separately.
Ten Teton freshmen left class for the school’s front doors at 1:30 p.m. Monday to hoist signs displaying support for the school’s “Redskins” mascot.
One change has fueled “confusion galore” and “distrust” among some educators, said a superintendent at Wednesday’s post-legislative briefing in Idaho Falls.
Documents obtained by Idaho Education News detail a range of past transactions at the high school that may have contributed to an ongoing outside investigation.
An accounting firm will search for “misuse or misappropriation of assets and cash” at both Bingham Academy and Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center, according to an agreement obtained by Idaho Education News.
The Lemhi County Sheriff’s office is investigating allegations that the Salmon School Board used taxpayer dollars to encourage voters to pass a $25.6 million bond issue, which failed Tuesday.
Bonneville trustees approved an addendum to Shackett’s original separation agreement with the district. He’ll now leave the district in May instead of December.
Candidates include the longtime former superintendent of a nearby school district, three East Idaho school administrators and a Wyoming middle school principal.
Scott Woolstenhulme will replace outgoing superintendent Chuck Shackett at the end of this school year.
The more than $300,000 will reimburse what the district lost to an email scam.
Fred Ball says he purchased modulars from Salt Lake Community College. He has not produced a bill of sale, yet his school paid him $16,000 for their purchase.
Tiffany Marie Petersen was charged in Bannock County on Wednesday with one count of rape of a child under 16 and lewd conduct against a child.