Students share their thoughts on recent events at The Evergreen State College after a Senate Law and Justice Committee work session on June 20, 2017, about public safety issues and costs at the school. This includes some video and photos from the May 24 protest on campus.
Resplendent in the cap and gowns they will be wearing for their June 16 commencement, more than 60 graduating River Ridge High School seniors parade though the halls and play fields at Olympic View Elementary School on Thursday morning greeted by cheers from the younger Olympic students as the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" processional music is heard overhead.
After weeks of brewing racial tension on campus, hundreds of students at The Evergreen State College in Olympia protested against the college administration and demanded change on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
Students from military families enjoy an ice cream party and obstacle challenge to honor the Month of the Military Child celebration on April 26 at Seven Oaks Elementary School in Lacey. Through a collaboration between the Department of Defense and the North Thurston School District, a new service titled the Military and Family Life Counselor program has been established at the school to offer support to students from military families
Pending legislation in Washington state could give teachers free access to resources that would help them make students more media literate and help them grow into good citizens of the digital world they’ll inherit.
Tenino High School students and a community volunteer talk about a tiny house that they're building for an upcoming Career Technical Education competition in Olympia. The structure will later be moved to Seattle and used as transitional housing for the homeless.
Kelly Green, director of Public Relations and Events, along with Laura Price, director of facilities for South Puget Sound Community College, conduct a tour of Building 3 on the SPSCC Lacey campus where the Advanced Manufacturing program is housed. The building will be renovated with money from the sale of the college's Hawks Prairie location.
Kevin Laue raises his left arm, deformed at birth from a blood restriction and fondly called his "nub," and 6-foot-11 former college basketball player calls the entire Timberline High School student body down to the gym floor for a "group hug" after his March 2 inspirational assembly. Throughout his entire program he stressed the positive, extolling hard work, dedication and most importantly, caring for others while deriding what he feels many young people are afflicted by egotism and self-centering.