Nominated by math teacher Scott Rutledge, who wrote: Addie is large in academic talent and drive. She stays focused in her learning, asks only clarifying questions and works well with other students. She challenges herself to be better.
Capital High School senior Rian Chandra loves physics. He grins like he’s love-struck, and gets a twinkle in his eyes when he’s talking about it.
A group of West Seattle High School students spent a recent afternoon practicing how to prepare hospital beds, changing sheets and replacing pillow cases in an unusual classroom made to look like a clinic.
Saint Martin’s is expanding its degree programs offered at Centralia College, officials announced.
Amid the whiz of a power sander, the scratches of a rasp and the high-pitched zing of a 3-dimensional printer, the deep tones of “dun-dun-dun-dun” came from a computer in Craig Brown’s applied technology shop at Nisqually Middle School.
About 4,000 Washington high school seniors got some good news this week. They’ve joined the ranks of students who have passed all their required state graduation tests or an approved alternative.
A school administrator has been placed on paid leave while Tumwater School District officials launch their own investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct between a former paraeducator and a former student, district spokeswoman Kim Howard said Monday.
With just two weeks left in their 105-day session, Washington lawmakers are running out of time to pass a state budget that puts at least $1 billion more into public schools to answer a state Supreme Court ruling, protects the poor and doesn’t rely on gimmicks.
Students in Olympia Regional Learning Academy’s high school preparation class visited the Denver Museum of Nature & Science last week. And they didn’t have to leave their classroom for the experience.