‘Sock campaign’ to help Camas schools wraps up Friday, Dec. 20
As a former math and science professor and researcher, Jim Cooper is pretty good with numbers. But he wasn’t prepared for the onslaught of letters that he faced during his first meeting as a member of the Washougal School District (WSD) board of directors, held Dec. 10 at Gause Elementary School.
Hillary Marshall, who has worked as an educator for the past 24 years, mostly as a library scientist, knows better than most about how emerging technologies have vastly changed the role of school libraries and school librarians.
Dani Allen and Rona Ager have different roles and responsibilities within the Washougal School District (WSD), but they both want the same thing: to see students flourish.
Through her decades of experience as a professional singer and dancer, voice and theater coach and troubled youth mentor, Diana Larson has seen how lives can be changed for the better through exposure to performing arts.
Washougal High School (WHS) theater students sometimes approach theater teacher Kelly Gregersen with a play they’d like to perform, but this fall Gregersen switched things up a bit.
During the past several years, Washougal School District’s (WSD) career and technical education (CTE) program has seen substantial growth.
The 10 words at the bottom of Washougal’s newest public mural encapsulate the essence of the artwork: “I am unique. I am not you. I am me.”
Vicki Prendergast is set to retire. Again.