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Most students had little trouble accessing their school work while remote distance learning, a Blaine County School District survey found—but frustration was common among students, and not all teachers said they felt confident in academically supporting their students from home.

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The Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday unanimously approved a 325-square-foot, detached fire safety house for construction behind the Hailey Fire Department building.

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The Mountain Express inadvertently omitted photos of Kenneth Aguayo and Vincent Hubbs from Wednesday’s list of Wood River High School 2020 graduates. Congratulations to both, and to all the graduates!

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The coronavirus may have forced the school year to wind to a close remotely, but area teachers have been hard at work providing the best education they can to their students—and that includes a robust arts education.

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    Silver Creek High School graduates will receive Idaho State High School diplomas at their graduation ceremony Friday, May 22 at 1 p.m., to be held at the Silver Creek school building behind The Community Campus, Hailey.

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    The Sage School in Hailey is planning its 11th graduation ceremony for Saturday, June 6 at 3 p.m. outdoors at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden located south of Ketchum.

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Graduation at Sun Valley Community School is different this year because of Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for large gatherings and the Idaho Rebounds plan for re-opening. The school wants to ensure the safety of all members of the community and has remained cauti…

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While the traditional ceremony may have been called off, Carey’s graduating class of 2020 nonetheless celebrated their achievements on Wednesday night. Following a pre-recorded video broadcast on the school’s Facebook page, the 20 graduating seniors paraded in their cars along the familiar H…

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Camas County High School of Fairfield, like secondary schools across Idaho, has come up with creative ways to celebrate its graduating seniors while adhering to COVID-19 pandemic social distancing rules.

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Summer Reading normally doesn’t get going until the end of May or beginning of June, but it’s never too early to start. The Community Library will officially kick-off Summer Reading on June 1, but those children and teens who want a head start can this Sunday, May 10.

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The Blaine County Recreation District will move forward with its summer camps by incorporating social distancing protocols and other precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.  

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Alturas Elementary, a Dual Immersion school in Hailey, celebrated Día de los Niños—Children’s Day—with a parade on Thursday, April 30. After more than a month separated from students by the pandemic, some 60 teachers and staff loaded into 40 cars to make the slow drive north up Woodside Boul…