Twin Falls Schools Approve $2.26 Million Emergency Levy
$2.26 million dollars has been approved by the Twin Falls School Board as an emergency levy fund. Emergency levies can be pursued by schools by the second week of September if the average daily attendance rates are higher than the previous year.
Schools Push for 6 Man Football
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — With enrollments slipping at some rural Idaho schools, football-crazy boosters say saving endangered gridiron programs could require switching to six-man teams, from the current minimum of eight players. In the past five years, for instance, Camas County High School≈…
Universities Get More Time to Report Student Numbers
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — State education officials are giving Idaho universities and colleges more time to submit their student enrollment numbers, which have been calculated on the 10th day of each new semester for more than two decades. The Lewiston Tribune reports the plan approved Thursday will allo…
Twin Falls Schools Set Enrollment Record
It may come as no surprise that the Twin Falls School District is growing.  School Superintendent Wiley Dobbs reported to the school board Monday that there are more students enrolled in classes in the Twin Falls School District now than ever before, setting a new record at 7,912 students.
Twin Falls School Enrollment Grows
The economy may not be growing right now but enrollment in the Twin Falls School District sure is.  Enrollment is up 102 students in the district compared to the same time last year with a total of 7,801 students.  As a result the Twin Falls School Board voted this week to make a couple of…