One day in 2015, David Cooke had an epiphany that changed everything at Jemtegaard Middle School.
The area’s youngest K-12 students are headed back to the classroom in early November.
Camas and Washougal high school student-athletes won’t participate in any official competitions for at least two more months, but new guidelines from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) have given them hope that they’ll be able to return to the practice field soon.
Sheriff’s department asks for help IDing motorcyclist
On Oct. 1, Skamania County health officials tested 88 Mount Pleasant School District students and parents for COVID-19. All of the results came back negative.
A recent uptick in COVID-19 cases throughout Clark County means Camas-Washougal students will have to wait at least two weeks longer before returning to the classroom.
The Washougal Association of Educators, which represents K-12 teachers in the Washougal School District, found itself caught in an online controversy regarding the Black Lives Matter movement this week, after posting support for students of color on its social media channels.
A decal of a lemon tree adorns the wall next to the main office at Riverside Christian School (RCS), catching the eye of people as they walk through the front door. Above the tree hangs the four words that have been adopted by the Washougal education provider as its theme for the 2020-21 school year: Making lemons into lemonade.