RUPERT — A free six-week summer program to help children get ready for kindergarten will take place from 9 to 11:30 a.m. July 2 to Aug. 8, with the exception of July 4. It will meet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the Parish Hall behind St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church at the corner of Sixth and I streets in Rupert.
Q: What does “normal” mean in Albion State Normal School?
Q: There are programs for school supplies at the beginning of the school year. Are there supplies available to students who run out?
BOISE — National Teacher Day was celebrated throughout the nation on Tuesday. This recognition is an integral part of Teacher Appreciation Week, which runs May 7-11. It is co-sponsored by the National Education Association and the National Parent Teacher Association.
JEROME — Sixteen people are moving into new roles, getting hired or leaving the Jerome School District.
HAILEY — The Blaine County School District invites community members to become an “Educator for a Day” on Feb. 23. The registration deadline is Feb. 15. This event presents an opportunity to find out what it’s like to be a teacher, support professional or principal. It provides the public an inside look at Blaine County schools, classrooms and the professional lives of educators.
BOISE — Dr. David McClusky of Twin Falls will be honored as a senior volunteer, and Julie Richardson of Oakley will be acknowledged as a teacher volunteer at the Idaho Brightest Stars award ceremony.
Boisean Bobbi Bullock didn’t realize that a dear friend of hers, Melissa “Missy” Cochran, was a victim in a London terror attack until her brother called her early Thursday morning.
TWIN FALLS — Valley House Homeless Shelter’s office was open for only 10 minutes when a family of three and a single woman came looking for places to stay. Five minutes later, single men from Twin Falls and Jerome called…
TWIN FALLS — Karen Fothergill is not a full-time artist, but she’s always an art teacher.