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What's Happening for April 15

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron@ thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

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Science fair winners named

Seeing that whitening toothpastes cost more than those without whitening, Ethan Hansen, a sixth grader at The Dalles Middle School, decided to see if the extra expense was worth the money.

What's Happening for April 13

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Young coder club gets creative

Santara Grillone doesn’t just play video games. The Dry Hollow Elementary School fifth grader also makes them. Grillone, along with more than a dozen other fifth through eighth graders, spend Wednesday afternoons at The Dalles Middle School taking part in Coder Club.

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Turnaround artist

Since Anne Shull took the helm of Chenowith Elementary, the school has seen “exponential” improvement, state officials have said. Once at the worst state rating a school could have –a level 1 – the school is now at a 3, and Shull’s goal is to get it all the way to the top overall performance rating, a level 5, in another four years. She thinks it’s “easily” doable. A recent data check showed the “winter benchmark” was almost double what it was from a year ago.

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Taking poverty personally

Anne Shull is principal at Chenowith Elementary, where more students live in poverty than at any school in the district.

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The Dalles Middle School chess club going to state

The Dalles Middle School eighth grader Noah Holloran won all five of his matches Saturday at the 2016 Region 20 Chess for Success Tournament while seventh grader Nick Caracciolo won three of his five matches.

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Signs and rhymes author visits elementary schools

Portland author Dawn Prochovnic had kindergarteners at Dry Hollow Elementary School signing and rhyming Friday as she read from her picture book series Story Time with Signs and Rhymes. Dry Hollow was one of four elementary schools Prochovnic visited in The Dalles as she also went to Colonel Wright, Chenowith and St. Mary’s Academy to show students the importance of reading and writing.

What's Happening for March 9

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What's Happening for March 4

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron@thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

Google helping local robotics team winners travel to West Super-Regionals

Support is part of latest community giving for Wasco County area

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CGBA establishing a solid hoops base

Program attracted more than 40 athletes this winter season

What's Happening for March 2

­Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron @thedalleschronicle.com or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

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Skov Memorial Fund

The Dalles High School is getting 50 of the newest Texas Instruments graphing calculators

Sa-BOT-age wins robotics championship

Sa-BOT-age and the Bazinga Bots continued to show that they are two of the best robotics teams in the state Sunday at Benson Polytechnic High School in Portland. Now, the two The Dalles squads will begin tackling the rest of the country as both qualified for the FIRST Tech Challenge West Regionals in Oakland, Calif. March 24-26.

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