Clark College has nailed down a location for its new campus in Bingen—for now.
On Aug. 26, fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students walked into a new academic year, a new school, with a new principal at White Salmon Valley Intermediate School.
Changes to the configuration of the White Salmon Valley School District continue to leave the administration in a state of limbo when it comes to what the loss of Washington State’s No Child Left Behind waiver will mean for the upcoming school year.
Busing changes will be occurring at the Intermediate School on its first day, Aug. 26, and route changes will occur throughout the district the remainder of the year.
Columbia High School 2014 graduates (top to bottom) Corrie Brending, Omar Guzman, and Imelda Quintana head for a Miller Gym exit following the conclusion of CHS’s commencement.
When the Columbia High School class of 2014 crosses the stage at graduation at the end of the school year and they prepare to leave the high school forever, they’ll be followed by Principal Troy Whittle, who is set to take another job as of June 30.
Big things are happening for Little Oak Montessori School in White Salmon.
Cascade Mountain School wants to take members of the community on a walk on the wild side.
The White Salmon Valley School District is taking steps to keep electronic cigarettes and smoking devices off of school property.
By the time the next school year rolls around the current third-grade class at Whitson Elementary School will move up as fourth graders to a new “intermediate school” that will be formed in the current fifth-and-sixth-grade wing at Henkle Middle School.
Bus drivers responsible for transporting students to and from school in White Salmon have started assessing how many motorists pass a stopped bus while students are loading or unloading.
A bill proposed by a senator out of Ferndale would limit the amount of early release and late start days school districts can use in a year.
School districts across Klickitat County are asking voters to turn out next month to support property tax levies that will help pay for school programming and maintenance and operations expenses that state basic education funding does not cover.
Columbia High School will operate on a five-period trimester schedule beginning the 2014-2015 school year.
The fate of Columbia High School’s schedule will be in the hands of the school board at their Jan. 23 meeting.