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WBCSD Levy is an Audacity
Letters to the Editor

WBCSD Levy is an Audacity

May 10, 2021 0

WBCSD Levy is an Audacity Last March, West Bonner County School District voters said No to the 2-year supplemental levy. A week later the school board voted unanimously to re-run it. Clearly, they consider the […]

WBCSD Cost Per Student
Letters to the Editor

WBCSD Cost Per Student

May 7, 2021 0

WBCSD Cost Per Student Did you know that WBCSD’s cost per student is higher than that of the school districts of Lake Pend Oreille, Boundary, Post Falls, Coeur d’Alene, and Lakeland? Higher than the Idaho […]

WBCSD Needs Accountability, Not Levies
Letters to the Editor

WBCSD Needs Accountability, Not Levies

May 6, 2021 0

WBCSD Needs Accountability, Not Levies Remember those glossy postcards from WBCSD? They spent over $43,000 to learn how to sell themselves. Why not hold regular town halls for the public? Monthly open houses for the […]

March 9: A $298 Million SCHOOL TAX Election Day
Education

March 9: A $298 Million SCHOOL TAX Election Day

February 25, 2021 1

March 9: A $298 Million SCHOOL TAX Election Day By Kevin Richert, IdahoEdNews.org Voters in more than a third of Idaho’s school districts have decisions on March 9: Do they want to approve or renew […]

School Levy Coming Back To North Idaho
Education

School Levy Coming Back To North Idaho

February 11, 2021 0

School Levy Coming Back To North Idaho Boundary County School District Levy Info For March 9th, 2021 The Boundary County School District is again attempting to get an M & O school levy passed on […]

buchanan LPOSD's Shifting Levy Defense
Letters to the Editor

Buchanan Court Decision for LPOSD

April 5, 2020 0

Buchanan Court Decision for LPOSD On March 4, in the court room of Judge Barbara Buchanan, I witnessed what qualifies as a sham hearing. At issue was the validity of LPOSD’s November 2019 permanent-levy vote, […]

Benefiting the District, not the Taxpayer
Letters to the Editor

Benefiting the District, not the Taxpayer

March 17, 2020 0

Benefiting the District, not the Taxpayer At a forum held at Sandpoint’s Community Hall shortly before last November’s permanent-levy election, LPOSD school board member Geraldine Lewis was asked whether it is fiscally responsible to pay […]

School District Trustees Have Forgotten Who They Work For
Letters to the Editor

School District Trustees Have Forgotten Who They Work For

March 9, 2020 0

School District Trustees Have Forgotten Who They Work For Following Wednesday’s hearing regarding the LPOSD’s illegal November levy ballot, we all wandered out of the courtroom. Outside, a friend overheard one of the school board […]

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