Students were crabby for about the first week after The Dalles Middle School eased in a ban on bringing sugary and caffeinated drinks to school. But then they got over it.
The school district is encouraging citizens to take a new survey — either online or a meeting coming up — to share their hopes for what they want public education to look like in Oregon.
Class of 2017 has eyes on Disneyland
As Penny Grotting was analyzing winter test results from the local elementary schools, she began to notice something.
In the final educational merger in Sherman County, two non-profit pre-schools, one in Moro, one in Wasco, have agreed to combine into one entity starting in the fall.
Students attending Columbia Gorge Community College this fall will see a tuition increase of $6 per credit hour and a new $25 admission fee for registering students as the institution seeks to fill a budget gap of $748,000 for the upcoming year. A number of current fees were also increased.
Compassion in the classroom is focus of ‘Trauma-informed schooling’
The nursing program is alive and doing well, with all but one of last year’s 16 Registered Nurse graduates fully employed in the health industry, according to Doris Jepson, director of nursing and health occupations at Columbia Gorge Community College.
Little is known about Bob Crosby. “He was a very private guy,” his stepson Cory Snively said. “We knew him for 30 years and did I really know him? Not really.” But one thing is certain—Crosby was generous.
As an honor-roll freshman at Eastern Oregon University, Eli Holeman, was asked to name an inspirational teacher: He chose Tegner Weiseth, a life science teacher at The Dalles High School.
Since Monday, a man from Wishram has spent about 90 minutes each afternoon outside The Dalles High School, holding a neon yellow sign protesting a school play he hasn’t seen, but heard is “filthy.”
WARM SPRINGS (AP) — Authorities say two people were shot multiple times in a home on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation southeast of Maupin.
The school district will conduct a survey of the community to learn what its appetite is for building — and paying for — new facilities. The North Wasco County School District 21 board voted Thursday to proceed with a survey process, and named board members Kathy Ursprung, Ernie Blatz and Lori McCanna to a subcommittee to help work with a surveying firm to formulate questions for the wide-ranging survey.
A parent complained to the school board last Thursday saying a scheduled usage of school buses for an April 30 band trip was cancelled so a sports team could use them instead, and the woman said she was told it was district policy to do so. After doing some investigation into the matter, District Superintendent Candy Armstrong said there was a miscommunication and not an “intentional preference of athletics over band.”
Following a short executive session, the community college board voted Tuesday to have staff discuss a possible collaboration with the school district on shared facilities.