Upon walking through the doors of Wahtonka Community School's main room and community space, something feels different.
Dry Hollow kindergarten student Jolynn Griffith, center, sings a counting song to 100 as kindergartners school-wide prepare to celebrate their "100th day" in school with a parade.
The Dalles High School will offer a new elective next year, thanks to a $30,909 grant from the Nike School Innovation Fund.
The roof over the lecture hall in the main building of the Columbia Gorge Community College campus will be replaced and insulated.
A smaller but dedicated group of people are continuing to work on ways to help the school district improve attendance, graduation rates and teacher morale.
The Dalles High School has announced additional names for its first trimester honor roll.
D21 considers drop in enrollment
Looking forward to the upcoming budget process for the 2016 /17 fiscal year, the cost and process of a possible national search for a new college president was discussed by the board at its January board meeting. That issue was raised because President Frank Toda has entered the second year of a two-year contract. No decision has yet been made as to whether or not his contract will be extended.
Following an executive session, the school board Wednesday reached a consensus to pursue talks with the community college on a “facilities concept.”
The new trimester schedule at The Dalles High School has delivered on expectations, with increases in attendance and grades and drops in discipline issues.
A time for healing, a call for community action — Candy Armstrong is the superintendent of North Wasco County School District 21
Consultant to be hired for facilities assessment
Jury rules that no work promises were made
After five days of testimony and 90 minutes of deliberation at Wasco County Circuit Court, a jury today found School District 21 did not promise permanent jobs to six teachers who retired and then continued working for the school district for a few years Wednesday afternoon. The teachers sought over $5 million in damages for lost wages and lowered retirement benefits. DETAILS IN THURSDAY'S CHRONICLE
D21 accused of breaking employment promise