Latricia Ice, support staff at Dry Hollow Elementary, left, greets first grader Charlotte Conkey as she gets off the school bus and goes to her classroom Monday morning, the start of classes for North Wasco County School District 21 and others.
New Booster Club will raise funds for uniforms, team needs
Residents in The Dalles have an extra hour to pick up school backpacks in a giveaway campaign by Verizon wireless
Established in 2001, the program has graduated 236 students
CGCC budget to stay the same
Last week The Dalles High School received new POWER-LIFT equipment to place in their refurbished weight training facility through “Level the Playing Field,” a project of the Mid-Columbia Health Foundation, Mid-Columbia Medical Center and North Wasco County School District 21.
Scientific team headed for Galapagos Isles
Maupin pays respects to coach, mentor John Howey
Children continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations
Teachers take a look back
Dry Hollow School will be the final elementary to add all-day kindergarten in the upcoming school year, and the proposed school district budget has four new staff positions to implement the change.
Assault prompts calls for security plan review
The citizens of Hood River and Wasco counties have invested time and money over decades in building up Columbia Gorge Community College so that is now recognized as one of the most successful small community colleges in the state and nation.
The District 21 Elementary School Physical Education team wants to keep kids active during the summer months, so the timing of the 10th annual Jumpstart Track and Field Extravaganza is perfect in many ways.
Faculty at Columbia Gorge Community college voted April 25 to submit a letter to the CGCC Board of Education censuring college President Frank Toda and calling for his resignation.