The change follows Eastern Idaho Public Health’s decision to move Teton County from a critical- to high-risk category for spreading coronavirus.
STORY UPDATED with details from a state police report that lists a variety of “possible personal transactions,” including a party dress, gemstone pendant and other items.
The Oneida School District’s Idaho Home Learning Academy added some 4,500 new students since last year in reaction to the disruptions of a pandemic.
Online instruction is “killing” some high schoolers, one recall organizer told EdNews.
The change calls for restrictions on events and social gatherings, teleworking “where possible” and mandatory face coverings when physical distancing can’t be maintained.
At least 15 students and staffers have tested positive for the illness and 88 others could have been exposed.
Trustees could nix the long-running moniker as early as Sept. 15.
Most have history in Idaho education. Two are currently working in Utah.