Archive - Feb 7, 2013 - Latest News
The Future City team at the Idaho Science and Technology Charter School placed fourth in a statewide competition.
Students on the Future City team are Matthew Blight, Madison Thompson, Max Park, Preston Stoker and Aidan Weaver. Matthew and Madison are eighth graders. Max is a seventh grader and Preston and Aidan are sixth graders.
This competition is for middle school students only.
City crews are still grappling to repair a sewer line on Frontage Road in Blackfoot that collapsed Monday morning flooding the basement of seven homes on Riverton Road with sewage water. Workers originally thought the repair would only take 12-24 hours. Now, they are hoping that all will go well and that they can complete the repair by Thursday evening.
"There are 100 things that could've gone right while making this repair and nothing did," said an exasperated Fred Davies, Public Works Director for the City of Blackfoot.
Despite what one school board member termed a disappointing turnout, patrons had a spirited discussion about Snake River School District's supplemental levy election.
Superintendent Mark Gabrylczyk began Wednesday's cottage meeting at Moreland Elementary School by outlining his vision of what some of the money raised by the $900,000 levy could provide for the district's students.
Before beginning, Gabrylczyk said, "whenever you're shooting for a levy or a bond, it becomes an emotional issue. My job is to provide you with all the options so you can make an informed decision."