D21 studies school options

Consultant to be hired for facilities assessment

D21 wins suit filed by teachers

Jury rules that no work promises were made

School wins jury trial brought by former teachers

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

Teacher job-loss suit tried

D21 accused of breaking employment promise

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Robotics teams advance to state

4-H team first in robot design

Citizens propose new HS

Three sites described

D21 tackles school attendance

School works on plan to keep kids in class

Facilities group to air plans

Group will present plans Dec. 2

School backers air needs

Grassroots effort seeks to boost D21 scores

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Teens named AP Scholars

Students earn top 8 percent rank in world

First graders tour cruise ship

Students’ visit to the American Empress included meeting captain, music

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Safety guard

THE NEWLY formed student safety patrol at Chenowith Elementary School recently made a presentation to the North Wasco County School District 21 board.

New community education program starts

First classes at Wahtonka are free, begin on Thursday

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Citizens focus on schools

Brainstorming session crowded

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Students help homeless

Gift bags have items to care for basic needs


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