It may still be summer, but some young people are working for diplomas
School board could make decision on July 10
School board members postponed adopting a final mascot design until a review of current logo offerings and potential revisions can take place at the next District 21 meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. July 10 in the Wahtonka campus library. Board members expressed doubts about the design submitted for approval at the June 26 meeting and complaints about the process through which it had been selected.
With the end of the 2013-2014 academic year, Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC) is bidding “adieu” to two longtime members of its academic community.
Just like students, schools are also due a progress report at the end of the year.
Advocate plans to open shelter
Nonprofit events calendar from June 22, 2014.
Oregon State University and Linfield College both celebrated commencement this month, graduating students from the local area.
Principals look at proficiency in key subjects
The Columbia Gorge Community College graduating class of 2013-14 will be the first to earn their diplomas under the college’s new independent accreditation — and the first honored at the “Beacon on the Hill” this Friday, June 13.
Estate of Robert and Annabelle Vogel ensures a ‘lasting legacy’
The graduation ceremony takes place at the armory June 13, 3 p.m. and is open to the public.
The Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation full year scholarship application is now available.
Dr. Frank Toda gives Congressman a ‘true north’ compass
North Wasco County School District libraries held a rap rematch between teachers and wordsmiths “Sequential” Seth Hedberg and “Linear” Ben Lin at The Dalles Middle School on May 14.
An 11.66 percent increase in general fund revenues means North Wasco County School District will be able to restore several jobs and “do more with more for the first time in a long time,” said District Superintendent Candy Armstrong.