Pendleton – The Oregon Wheat Foundation will provide up to 12 scholarships for high school seniors whose families are members of the Oregon Wheat Growers League. The scholarship is also open to students who work part-time for grower members. Students whose family members are employed by OWGL members are also eligible. The scholarship requirements include an essay on any topic related to the wheat industry and a summary of the student’s school and community involvement.
Oregon Virtual Academy students out and about
Superintendent cites change as overall cause
Projects continue to expand
VANCOUVER, Wash. – On Sept. 27, Clark College will launch an associate of applied science degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) entirely in the Columbia River Gorge.
Educator brings 15 years of experience
Schools will help students get settled in
District 21 School Board members appointed Lori McCanna to fill the long-unoccupied Zone 3 seat following two Aug. 26 candidate interviews.
College seeks $7.5M financial match
Both coaches awarded 40-year plaque by Oregon Athletic Coaches Association
Deadline to apply is Thursday, Aug. 14
Officials aim for uniform class standards
New project aims to promote community literacy
Students looking to transfer to Eastern Oregon University are invited to a series of open house events this summer, with the first two occurring in July and August.
Officials hope the just-opened Community School, a year-round alternative school at the Wahtonka campus, eases problems neighbors near the high school have with young people hanging out in front of their homes all day.