Sunnyside tech students bring home trophies

BELLEVUE – The Sunnyside High School team took second-place honors in animatronics at the state Technology Student Association competition held March 26-28 in Bellevue.

Grandview Legion post honors vocational scholars

GRANVIEW – Grandview High School students Samantha Bailes and Ulyses Osuna have been selected as the Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion vocational scholars for the third quarter of the current school year.

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Three-peat for SHS science fair students

After winning the Excellence in Scientific and Engineering Achievement Award for the third year in a row, it only got better for Sunnyside High School’s science students.

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School board unyielding to parents’ request

Stadium upgrade won’t be delayed to accommodate graduation ceremony

Concerns about the relocation of the 2015 Grandview High School graduation ceremony dominated discussions at last night’s Grandview School Board meeting.

Officially, some local schools still struggling ...but gains are clearly evident

Although the Sunnyside School District has experienced unprecedented improvements in the last few years, three of the district’s schools are on the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s annual list of struggling schools released last week.

S’side men finish program at Perry Tech

YAKIMA – Three natives of Sunnyside were among the students graduating from Perry Technical Institute’s automotive technology program last week.

Harrison third quarter honor roll students named

A total of 105 students at Sunnyside’s Harrison Middle School earned perfect 4.00 grade point averages for the third quarter of the 2014-15 academic year.

Bickleton schools announce third quarter honor roll

The Bickleton High School honor roll for the third quarter of the 2014-15 school year is led by two students with perfect 4.0 grade point averages, Rhys Chapman and Joseph Cummings.

Draft approved for pay policy

In action last Thursday, the Sunnyside School Board approved the first reading of draft revisions to the district’s compensation policy for non-union employees.