Siena Elementary School’s cafeteria gets so full at lunch time that students sometimes turn their trays sideways so they can squeeze an extra student or two on the benches at their tables.
Siena Elementary School’s cafeteria gets so full at lunch time that students sometimes turn their trays sideways so they can squeeze an extra student or two on the benches at their tables. Idaho Statesman
Siena Elementary School’s cafeteria gets so full at lunch time that students sometimes turn their trays sideways so they can squeeze an extra student or two on the benches at their tables. Idaho Statesman
In the Classroom

In the Classroom

Bill Roberts takes you inside local schools for a look at the issues

West Ada could bump up elementary school construction to ease overcrowding

March 11, 2015 1:40 PM

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Bill Roberts has worked at the Idaho Statesman since 1987. He covers education and Micron Technology Inc.