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SCHOOL NOTES

*LaCreole Middle School to hold sixth-grade camp

Dallas school board to examine sports fees

The Dallas School Board may consider a proposal in July to raise athletic fees.

Central board declares vacancy

Board member needed for Zone 7

After write-in campaigns for two zones in Central School District, the board of directors has a vacancy.

REUNION ROUNDUP

*DHS Class of 1985*Independence High Class of 1950

DSD adopts budget

The Dallas School Board adopted its 2015-16 budget with the addition of more staff, thanks to a better-than-expected May state revenue forecast.

ACADEMIC HONORS

*Santiam Christian announces honor roll*Students graduate from Connections*Monmouth native named to dean's list*LBCC names local honor roll students

SCHOOL NOTES

Hanes named Distinguished Educator*IHS Class of 1950 award funds*Class of 2015 earns scholarship*Dallas approves staff contracts

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WOU public safety gets new badges

Campbell Hall and Mount Hood will soon grace the shoulders of public safety officers at Western Oregon University.

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WOU renames rec center in Peter Courtney’s honor

It’s a building he dreamed of — and now it is named after him.

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SCHOOL NOTES

*CCC names Oliveros new dean of SDLR*KV Charter School hires music teacher*Search continues for KVCS teachers*Summer meals locations listed online

ACADEMIC HONORS

*Local students graduate from LBCC*Dallas Lions award scholarship to BYU*Dallas students graduate from OIT*Roth named outstanding graduate*Local students awarded GFU degrees*Central grad earns degree from Wooster

SCHOOL NOTES

*Falls City's FACES holds theater camp*Independence Heritage museum seeks interns*Oakdale signups for kindergarten is Monday*Morrison graduation slated for Thursday*WOU sends off Class of 2015 graduates

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SCHOOL NOTES

*Central volunteers, staff to be honored*Uhrig earns doctorate at Oregon State University*KVCS in need of maintenance supplies*School districts to offer summer meals*Kings Valley Charter seeks music teacher*Local students makes dean's list at COCC*Lucas Costa receives multiple honors

Charter school earns top marks

KVCS garners national honors as a ‘most challenging high school’

Kings Valley Charter School garnered national honors when it was named the 44th most challenging high school in the United States by the Washington Post.

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CLASS OF 2015 GRADUATION SCHEDULE

The Class of 2015 is about ready for its official send off at graduation ceremonies across the county starting this week.

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