The Washougal School District’s 2014-15 budget includes funding for all-day kindergarten and technology improvements at all schools. This year’s spending plan is $31.8 million, approximately $1.6 million more than the 2013-14 year.
Whether you’re looking to learn a new skill, work up a sweat or have the kids try something new after school, opportunities abound with Camas and Washougal community education offerings.
When eight women met in Iva Lindsay’s home in 1974 to organize a quilting group, they never imagined what it would become.
The Camas School District budget for 2014-15 is very similar to last year’s, with a few exceptions.
A former administrator with the Evergreen School District has found a home at Camas High School.
Elida Field has long dreamed of having her own studio. The Camas artist has used her basement and leased in the past, but always desired her own, dedicated space.
Students in Camas continue to score well above average on all parts of the state tests, while Washougal students posted gains in science and reading.
Thanks to grants from a local charitable foundation, two programs in the Washougal School District will reap the benefits.
When asked to describe his favorite aspect of Paris, Craig Grable is at a loss for words.
After the federal Department of Education removed Washington’s No Child Left Behind waiver, local schools are being faced with a return of the former system.