Living on the land class open
Tsering Shola never imagined childhood hearing loss would lead to national accolades.
The thought of opening a locker on the first day of school can strike fear into the heart of even the bravest 11-year-old, who has likely seen at least one television show or movie depicting middle school as a scary place where sixth-graders get bullied and stuffed into lockers.
The annual Young Men in Action program is giving fifth-grade Hathaway Elementary School boys an opportunity to develop new life skills.
Washougal Community Ed to offer arts camps for local students
Cape Horn-Skye names Super Citizens
The Student Stride for Education is still going strong.
Stephanie Knight credits drinking vinegar and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for never missing a day of school since kindergarten.