State legislators tackling student achievement gap
OLYMPIA - Advocates for minority and low-income students are urging legislators to take a closer look at the state’s McCleary obligation to ensure that all students are given equal and ample opportunity to achieve in school.
Third, fourth and fifth graders
First and second graders
GRANDVIEW – The second quarter honorees for Grandview’s American Legion vocational scholars program have been announced.
GRANDVIEW – The Horatio Alger Association has made one Grandview High School senior, Samuel Cuevas, a happy young man.
ELLENSBURG – Central Washington University has named the students who earned the honor of being on the honor roll for the fall quarter in 2014.
BICKLETON – The following Bickleton High School students earned honor roll recognition for the first semester of the 2014-15 school year:
The men and women who will be making the diagnostic decisions for your automotive repairs in the future pitched themselves against each other in a regional automotive skills contest held this past Saturday in the Sunnyside High School auto shop.
A new poster drawn by Sunnyside’s Pioneer Elementary School student Vanessa Pelayo suggests to landowners: “Stop Letting Your Backyard Go Bare - Plant a Stream Buffer There!”
Better athletic facilities with more community access and energized coaches who treat all participants fairly.
Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School saw 19 students earn perfect 4.00 grade point averages for the second quarter of the 2014-15 academic year.
Sunnyside Christian High School has named 10 students receiving perfect 4.0 grade point averages among 53 students earning a 3.0 GPA or better.
When somebody ran over the sheriff’s mailbox, 31 students, grades one through five, helped to solve the crime.