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.
About 75 students, faculty members and union supporters participate in a rally on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, in the Quad at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey. It was part of a day-long walkout organized by members of the Seattle-based Service Employees International Union Local 925, which represents the university’s contingent and adjunct faculty members.
A life-size bust of Tumwater football coach Sid Otton was unveiled during a community celebration at Tumwater High School to honor the state's all-time winningest high school football coach and his longtime assistants, Pat Alexander and Steve Shoun.
About 100 people, including students and faculty members, participated Tuesday in a walkout and teach-in at Saint Martin’s University, protesting the private university’s objection to a recently formed faculty union.
Crews began to demolish the grandstands at Nisqually Ballpark in Lacey on Tuesday. North Thurston Public Schools, which owns the property, is having several facilities removed from the complex, citing safety concerns.