Idaho Falls High School head football coach Pete Molino has officially resigned from the program's position, Idaho Falls School District 91 confirmed Thursday.
The Bonneville Joint School District 93 Board of Trustees met with Bonneville High School Student Council members Wednesday afternoon during the school’s annual board-student council presentation.
While recent trends have suggested an improvement in college attainment among Idaho students, national data suggests the Gem State continues to struggle with getting people into higher education.
Some Hillcrest High School students received insight on the medical profession Monday evening in Hillcrest’s library with close to 75 students participating in an open house career fair.
MOSCOW — A University of Idaho alumnus was welcomed home Thursday as the Idaho State Board of Education unanimously appointed Scott Green as the 19th president of the Gem State’s land grant university.
Three administration posts have been filled in Bonneville Joint School District 93.
Close to 100 of Idaho Falls School District 91 patrons, administrators, teachers and students participated in Tuesday night’s community meeting which saw the public give written input on the school district’s data compiled last month.
Thunder Ridge High School senior Erika Johnson said today’s students are concerned, now more than ever, with the rising cost of college and balancing personal expenses.
Idaho Falls School District 91 will host a community meeting Tuesday night, asking patrons, community members and parents to attend and discuss the school district's plan for aging infrastructure and future bonds.
Melissa Sudweeks is getting a second chance.
Bonneville Joint School District 93’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday afternoon at Hillcrest High School’s library, addressing the Hillcrest High School Student Council’s annual report and the Idaho Mastery Education Network and Summit Curriculum, introduced by principal S…
BOISE — A bill funding pay raises for new teachers passed the Idaho House 60-7 on Monday.
Salmon School District 291 officials are stepping back and re-evaluating what they need to do in order to pass a school bond that has now failed 10 times.
BOISE — The House voted Friday to kill a bill to improve failing schools that was backed by the chairmen of both education committees.
Skyline High School speech and debate adviser Christine Hubbard was announced as a Diamond Award winner Monday in a news release sent out by the National Speech and Debate Association.
Idaho's biggest geography competition is coming to Rexburg at the end of the month.
As a teacher in Idaho Falls School District 91 and with a second job as a server at Jakers Bar and Grill, some of Jess Marboe’s workdays can last up to 15 hours.
Idaho Falls School District 91 fifth-graders wore their Sunday best and displayed some patriotism Wednesday evening at Skyline High School.
BOISE — A bill to formalize a program to help low-performing schools is headed to the House floor.
The D91 Education Foundation announced that it has opened up applications for current and former District 91 students to receive two scholarships.
Salmon School District 291 officials have to go back to the drawing board following the failure to pass Tuesday’s school bond proposal, which would have built a new school for 650 students .
Idaho Fall School District 91’s patrons on Tuesday approved the district’s supplemental levy for another two years.
BOISE — A bill to boost starting teacher pay in Idaho to $40,000 a year over the next two years is heading to Gov. Brad Little’s desk.
It may not be the Super Bowl, but the Idaho National Laboratory is hosting a competitive “bowl” of its own this week.
BOISE — A Boise senator unveiled a bill Monday to help pay some of the tuition costs of community college or workforce training.
BOISE — A much-anticipated bill to overhaul Idaho’s public school funding formula has been introduced into the Legislature.
BOISE — The House Education Committee has voted to block a bill that would have encouraged teachers to stay in rural districts.
Bonneville Joint School District 93’s Board of Trustees and officials hosted open tours Wednesday and Thursday to show the public Bonneville and Hillcrest high schools’ science wings.
BOISE — A bipartisan majority in the Idaho House came together Thursday to reject the proposed State Board of Education budget for next year.
BOISE — A bill to let police officers arrest people without a warrant for making threats against a school passed the Idaho House 47-22 on Wednesday.
Idaho Falls High School senior Rachel Harris is intelligent, intuitive, well-rounded, well-respected by her peers and, most recently, a National Merit Scholarship finalist.
BOISE — A bill to require parents to actively opt their children into sex education passed the Idaho House on a party-line vote Wednesday.
BLACKFOOT — Idaho’s Public Charter School Commission has tightened a timeline for the Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center to improve its academic performance and financial practices.
RIGBY — Jefferson School District 251 director of technology Keith Scholes said combating the ever-growing rise of computer viruses and hacking of school data is a “never-ending battle.”
Firth High School principal Jeff Gee will be Ririe School District 252’s next superintendent, the school district and Board of Trustees announced Monday.
Gov. Brad Little announced Friday a new partnership between the state of Idaho and the SANS Institute, a for-profit company that provides cybersecurity training for government and commercial clients.
BOISE — The Idaho House has overwhelmingly approved seven bills to fund the public school system next year.
Proposed federal rules to tighten definitions of sexual harassment and expand protections for the accused under Title IX discrimination law are closer to being finalized.
More than 10 miles into the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park, on the edge of the caldera, lives a high-elevation community so diverse that Montana State University scientists call it “incredible, unique and truly weird.”
The Mayoral Scholarship Fund officials want to keep local, talented students within the Gem State.
BOISE — A bill to require parents to opt their children into sex education is headed to the House.
The Bonneville Joint School District 93 Board of Trustees updated its separation agreement with former superintendent Chuck Shackett on Wednesday, cutting $59,000 off the original contract.
A longtime middle school music teacher was inducted into the Idaho Music Educators Association Hall of Fame Wednesday evening at Skyline High School.
Five finalists have been named in the search for the University of Idaho’s next president.
BOISE — The House Education Committee room was full Tuesday for a hearing on an Idaho Falls lawmaker’s bill to replace the current opt-out option for sex education with an opt-in.
BOISE — A bill to boost starting teachers' pay to $40,000 over the next two years easily passed the Idaho House on Tuesday.
BOISE — People with an enhanced permit would be able to carry a concealed handgun at public schools, if a bill introduced Tuesday becomes law.
The woman Fruitland High School principal and boys basketball coach Mike Fitch is accused of committing sexual battery against was employed by the school, and police believe those crimes occurred in the school.
With a flu outbreak and snow storms hitting eastern Idaho hard during the previous three weeks, some area school districts officials are keeping a close eye on how many schools days they can cancel.
SHELLEY — The Shelley School District Board of Trustees announced it will conduct a search for Shelley High School’s new principal starting next week.
Twenty schools in eastern Idaho recently received grants worth a combined $62,000 from the Idaho STEM Action Center, an education center created in 2015 that creates science, tech, engineering and math grants and opportunities for Idaho.
Idaho Falls School District 91 schools gave back to the community this month with Idaho Falls High School and Skyline High School gathering a total of 141,230 cans of food and raising about $29,000 for the Community Food Basket — Idaho Falls.
BOISE — A bill to bump starting teachers’ pay in Idaho to $40,000 a year over the next two years is headed to the full House.