School notes for Aug. 17, 2017

Living on the land class open

Hearing loss inspires CHS student to find answers

Tsering Shola never imagined childhood hearing loss would lead to national accolades.

Middle school: The best years

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.

Free and low-cost vaccination clinics set in Southwest Washington

Fourth-graders at the Fort

Promoting positive behaviors

The annual Young Men in Action program is giving fifth-grade Hathaway Elementary School boys an opportunity to develop new life skills.

School notes for June 15, 2017

Washougal Community Ed to offer arts camps for local students

School notes for June 8, 2017

Cape Horn-Skye names Super Citizens

Record participation in 14th annual Student Stride

The Student Stride for Education is still going strong.

Got vinegar? Drink it for perfect attendance

Stephanie Knight credits drinking vinegar and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for never missing a day of school since kindergarten.