Wahtonka is ‘project central’
Schools across the state are gearing up for the Oregon Battle of the Books, and volunteers are needed to officiate the tournaments.
LILY RUIZ AND Alex Vasquez, students at Chenowith elementary school, received bikes donated by Masonic Lodge 15 of The Dalles as part of the Bikes for Books program.
Stats are half of reported figure
Parents of high school seniors who are wondering how to afford college, or adults who want to go back to school but are unsure how to make it work, are invited to an information night Wednesday, Jan. 28.
WASHINGTON — Do students take too many tests? Given the complaints about a high-stakes testing culture in classrooms, some states are reviewing the quality and quantity of the tests their students take. Congress is getting into the act, too.
District has hired architects to help design new campus
Officials grapple with $1.6M budget shortfall
Columbia Gorge Community College will hold an open house for its welding lab Dec. 16, 4 to 7 p.m. at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center Annex at The Dalles Campus, 400 East Scenic Drive.
Columbia Gorge Community College is offering Basic Electricity for Maintenance Technicians beginning Jan. 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center Renewable Energy Technology classroom and labs.
The Dalles Middle School's Boys Basketball game against Welches has been canceled for today, December 4th. Practice at TDMS will be held instead.
Directors say HR campus is to remain open
North Wasco Co SD 21 Update: Wednesday, Dec 3, (6:32 a.m.) North Wasco County Schools will be closed due to inclement weather. The Dalles High School has canceled athletic events (home and away) and all practices Dec.r 3 due to inclement weather.
The Columbia Gorge Community College board wants to revisit a planned closure of the Hood River campus — to offset a $1.6 million budget deficit — so those plans have been put on hold. That news was delivered Thursday afternoon by Dr. Frank Toda, president and chief executive officer of the college.
Budget deficit prompts quick action