It may not seem like it but it’s time for school to get underway for another year.  The College of Southern Idaho began classes for the school year yesterday with about 7400 students.   However, according to Doug Maughan with CSI, more students are expected to sign up by the enrollment deadline Friday.  And he said when local high schools begin classes, CSI will see another 1500 to 2000 students signing up for dual-enrollment courses.  Other schools around the valley will be starting up and local law enforcement agencies remind motorists to watch for kids.