More Videos

Building a robot: 'The hardest fun you'll ever have' 2:06

Building a robot: "The hardest fun you'll ever have"

What would you ask an astronaut aboard the International Space Station? 1:53

What would you ask an astronaut aboard the International Space Station?

New Plymouth students walk out of class after they say principal was forced to resign 0:12

New Plymouth students walk out of class after they say principal was forced to resign

'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says 1:58

'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says

Boise State's Bob Kustra on his achievements & regrets 3:00

Boise State's Bob Kustra on his achievements & regrets

'This is a real baseball town': Boise State's Bob Kustra on creating a program 2:28

'This is a real baseball town': Boise State's Bob Kustra on creating a program

Boise State President Kustra: Changes in society meant changes for BSU 1:05

Boise State President Kustra: Changes in society meant changes for BSU

Disagreement over immunization exemption delays school year for Idaho 5-year-old 6:23

Disagreement over immunization exemption delays school year for Idaho 5-year-old

Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend 2:02

Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend

There's a new Catholic school in Meridian 1:09

There's a new Catholic school in Meridian

Columbia High School students returned to school equipped with laptop computers Monday Aug. 22, 2016 in Nampa. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Columbia High School students returned to school equipped with laptop computers Monday Aug. 22, 2016 in Nampa. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

West Ada enrollment soars as school doors open Monday

August 22, 2016 05:35 PM

More Videos

Building a robot: 'The hardest fun you'll ever have' 2:06

Building a robot: "The hardest fun you'll ever have"

What would you ask an astronaut aboard the International Space Station? 1:53

What would you ask an astronaut aboard the International Space Station?

New Plymouth students walk out of class after they say principal was forced to resign 0:12

New Plymouth students walk out of class after they say principal was forced to resign

'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says 1:58

'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says

Boise State's Bob Kustra on his achievements & regrets 3:00

Boise State's Bob Kustra on his achievements & regrets

'This is a real baseball town': Boise State's Bob Kustra on creating a program 2:28

'This is a real baseball town': Boise State's Bob Kustra on creating a program

Boise State President Kustra: Changes in society meant changes for BSU 1:05

Boise State President Kustra: Changes in society meant changes for BSU

Disagreement over immunization exemption delays school year for Idaho 5-year-old 6:23

Disagreement over immunization exemption delays school year for Idaho 5-year-old

Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend 2:02

Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend

There's a new Catholic school in Meridian 1:09

There's a new Catholic school in Meridian