WENATCHEE — Write on the River’s Summer Workshop, “Reaching Readers,” is coming July 27 to Wenatchee Valley College.
WENATCHEE — Cascadia Conservation District has received a $4,200 grant to help fund its award-winning Kids in the Creek and Kids in the Forest programs.
SPOKANE — The Spokane Public School Board of Directors chose Wednesday to spend more of its rainy day funds in the upcoming school year but to delay many of the tougher budget decisions facing the district.
WENATCHEE — Free backpacks, school supplies, games and lots of information are in store for school-age children and their families Aug. 3 at the Columbia Valley Community Health’s annual Back to School Fair.
WENATCHEE — Teaching strategies to help children of all cultures find their voice is the focus of a free workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Wenatchee Valley College’s MAC Gallery.
YAKIMA — Central Washington University’s aviation program has returned student training flights to Bowers Field in Ellensburg after a temporary move to Yakima.
EAST WENATCHEE — A physical therapist, a land surveyor and a public information officer are facing off in the Aug. 6 primary election for Eastmont School Board Position 5.
Josiah Garcia, 10, Wenatchee, looks out toward the forests surrounding the Mission Ridge lodge before sketching a water color during an After School Expanded Learning Program field trip from Lincoln Elementary School Wednesday, July 10, 2019. The 25 children on the trip had just completed the Migrant Summer School session. They started the day with a hike toward Lake Clara. The week-long session concludes Thursday with a cooking lesson at the Pybus Market kitchen.
EAST WENATCHEE — Austyn Sotherland’s first commissioned painting is on display in the Clovis Point Intermediate School cafeteria.
CHELAN — Lake Chelan School District Superintendent Barry DePaoli was fined $150 by the state Public Disclosure Commission for violating state law by using school facilities to support a bond measure.
QUINCY — Representatives from Wenatchee Valley College, Big Bend Community College, Apple STEM Network and Quincy High School will share their views on dual enrollment pathways for students at Wednesday’s Washington Student Achievement Council meeting in Quincy.
WENATCHEE — New Wenatchee schools Superintendent Paul Gordon talked up team collaboration, culture building and the importance of plans with clear outcomes in February when he was a candidate for the job.
SPOKANE — Medicine is not a field for the squeamish.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee School Board has tentatively agreed to sell 2.2 acres of property to the city as part of a proposed street connecting Springwater Avenue to Maple Street.
WENATCHEE — It seems like women are always falling in love with a formal gown that doesn’t quite fit.
WENATCHEE — A new GPS tracking system is being added to Wenatchee School District’s bus fleet thanks, in part, to state funds designed to improve school transportation departments.
WENATCHEE — The Rimes family started planning “the mother of all graduation parties” six months ago to celebrate six graduations spanning three generations and two career changes.
EAST WENATCHEE — Sterling Intermediate School parents and students are invited to learn about course offerings, expectations and community resources at an informational meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the school gym.
EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont’s $17.8 million slate of construction projects will be put out to bid again in January, with construction to start in 2020 and be complete by fall 2021.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Bernie Sanders touted new legislation Monday to zero out student debt for millions of borrowers.
How often do teachers and educators in Washington seclude or restrain students when they pose a threat to themselves or to others?
Bill Motsenbocker, the Cascade School District superintendent for five eventful years, is on the eve of retirement. He came to Leavenworth with a wealth of experience—a former teacher, coach, principal and superintendent.
The following students were named to Wenatchee Valley College’s winter quarter 2019 Dean’s List for earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher in 12 or more college-level graded credits.
The following students were named to Wenatchee Valley College’s winter quarter 2019 President’s List for earning a grade-point average of 4.0 in 12 or more college-level graded credits.
Alissa Parker, co-founder of Safe and Sound Schools and mother of a Sandy Hook shooting victim, spoke Monday in Wenatchee.
Less than half of Washington’s 3- and 4-year-olds attend preschool of any kind.
WENATCHEE — The parent of one of the 20 children who died in the Sandy Hook School shooting will share her experience and lessons learned in a “Making Schools Safer” presentation today (Monday) at Wenatchee Valley College.
They probably tracked me down through Google, Facebook, or by some other spy network.
On June 5, the Numerica Performing Arts Center announced the winners of the first annual Apple Awards, a ceremony to honor the achievements of local, participating high school students and programs that have demonstrated excellence or innovation in theater, sponsored by Davis Arneil Law Firm.
“I like to be organized and get things done so I don’t have to worry about them later,” he said. It’s a thing with him, he said, which made his last-minute decision to attend college out of character.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley College’s College in the High School program has earned national accreditation.