State Board of Ed Meetings

Nov 17, 2016

The Idaho State Board of Education (SBOE) functions as the governing board of KISU FM. We are required to post the board's meeting times and schedules. A list of scheduled meetings is found at the link below:




Idaho State Public Radio's governing board is the Idaho State Board Of Education.

Board Members:

  • Emma Atchley, President
  • Linda Clark, Vice President
  • Debbie Critchfield, Secretary
  • David Hill
  • Andrew Scoggin
  • Don Soltman
  • Richard Westerberg
  • Sherri Ybarra, Superintendent of Public Instruction

Committees of the State Board of Education

Instruction, Research, and Student Affairs (IRSA)
Committee Membership
Chair: David Hill
Richard Westerberg | Debbie Critchfield | Sherri Ybarra
Planning, Policy, and Governmental Affairs (PPGA)
Committee Membership:
Chair: Debbie Critchfield
Don Soltman | Linda Clark | Sherri Ybarra
Business Affairs and Human Resources (BAHR)
Committee Membership:
Chair: Richard Westerberg
David Hill

Audit Committee
Committee Membership:
Chair: Emma Atchley
Don Soltman
Athletics Committee
Committee Membership:
Linda Clark

Meeting Schedule:

  • December 20-21, 2017
  • February 14-15, 2018
  • April 18-19, 2018
  • May 16-17, 2018
  • June 20-21, 2018

The general format of Regularly Scheduled Board meetings, unless otherwise noted, is:

  • Work Session Wednesday afternoon
  • Executive Session Wednesday evening
  • Regular meeting Thursday all day

This format is subject to change. Please contact the Office of the State Board of Education or check the posted agenda to confirm start times. Any items that cannot be resolved on Thursday may be carried over to the following Friday. 

Meeting materials can be found on the Idaho State Board of Education's website.

Information on future State Board meetings is found here.

Agendas for the regular board meetings are made available the Monday prior to the meeting.

CPB Transparency

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), which is the agency that provides federal funding for public television and radio stations, has determined that every public media entity should be as transparent as possible in its governance and finances.