Formalwear giveaway set April 12

Fallout Ministries is sponsoring its second annual formal wear giveaway event for girls in foster care or those who have been adopted.

School notes for March 31, 2015

Riverside Christian hosting dinner, auction Riverside Christian School is hosting a dinner and auction fundraiser at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 19. All proceeds benefit the school.

Curriculum director is newest principal

David Tudor is traveling the road less taken when it comes to his job with the Washougal School District.

Young ‘Future Chefs’ compete for honors

Elementary student finalists from the Washougal and Camas school districts came to Washougal High School to compete in the Future Chefs Culinary Contest sponsored by Sodexo on Friday, March 6.

School notes for March 24, 2015

Mt. Pleasant accepting referrals for Highly Capable program Referrals for testing for participation in Mt. Pleasant School’s Highly Capable Services for the 2015-16 school year are currently being accepted.

Local Science Olympiad teams heading to state

Several local Science Olympiad teams will be heading to the state competition next month.

School notes for March 17, 2015

Hathaway Elementary names February students of the month Hathaway Elementary School has named its February students of the month: They are Keavyn Howman, kindergarten; Jose Garcia-Montoya, first grade; Ian Marshall, second grade; Russell Wolff, third grade; Natalie Bratton, fourth grade; and Kaela Northcut, fifth grade.

Discovering the fun of science

Nearly 700 Cape Horn-Skye Elementary students, parents, staff and volunteers explored hands-on science activities at Family Science Night.

Grad Night Committee hosts dinner before play

In conjunction with the WHS drama performance of “The 39 Steps,” on Saturday, March 14, the WHS Grad Night Committee will host a fundraiser that includes a silent auction, raffle and pasta feed in the commons area at Washougal High School, 1201 39th St., at 5 p.m.

CHS choir students will ‘join voices’ with professionals

When popular local musicians Alan Singley and Sama Dams share the stage for the first time, they will be joined by an unusual group of backup singers: The 150-voice choir from Camas High School.