Democrat Cindy Wilson, vying to be Idaho’s next public schools chief, made an early campaign stop in her rural hometown. “My family homesteaded here in 1878,” she said.
The slip — over email — violates state law and could bring a sizeable fine.
Four major-party candidates vying for Idaho’s governorship gathered for an economic forum in Blackfoot Thursday.
The story has snagged national headlines, prompted a statement from PETA and caught the ire of concerned citizens from across the country.
It’s still unclear if growth will cancel out a tax hike; officials hope to break ground a year from now.
Superintendent Chuck Shackett: “I think we can continue to build without (increasing the levy rate).”
Police arrested a 14-year-old in connection with the threat.
Trustees unanimously approved an option that differed in three ways from a previously considered plan.
The committee discussed a handful of proposals from three recently formed focus groups Thursday night.
Patrons in Teton are torn over a plan to relinquish land and property worth millions of dollars to a neighboring school district.
A newly formed focus group will provide trustees with input about the controversial boundary changes.
Some patrons say they feel robbed by the school board’s decision to drop the option for a new elementary school with integrated special education facilities.
Trustees said they hope to use extra community input to carve up new boundaries by early March. The original target date was Jan. 11.
The decision reduces the district’s March bond issue for a new middle school to $35 million.
Trustees adopted new middle school boundaries, but tabled the district’s much-anticipated high school boundary changes for at least another week.
Trustees met Friday morning to pinpoint ways to whittle the $110 million measure that would have rebuilt Idaho Falls High School and extensively remodeled Skyline High School.