*Martin, Ilg to retire from ACES*KVCS students to raise money*Willis earns Rotary scholarship*IES kids raise money for upgrades*Lindley graduates from Willamette University*Perrydale teacher named OASC adviser of the year*Local students make Eastern Oregon dean's list*Two Dallas High students receive DVFA scholarships
Small, but mighty Perrydale’s choir takes six singers to competition
Kacie Ryden, a freshman at Perrydale High School, smiles when she recalls her reaction to learning the school’s choir had qualified for state.
The Dallas School Board is considering implementing a “construction excise tax” on new construction in the district.
*MV Christian Academy celebrates 10 years*Dallas native to study in Nicaragua*Students raise money for victims*Nominate a teacher of the year*Retirement celebration Thursday*Students receive WV Foundation scholarships
Central’s drama department presents comical play “The Foreigner”
When Charlie Baker takes his quest to be left alone to the extreme — by pretending he doesn’t understand or speak English — he is privy to a lot of private conversations.
The annual concert opens Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and runs through Saturday at Rice Auditorium.
Annual event is main fundraiser for the organization that assists school with all ‘the extras’
Perrydale Parents Club is inviting everyone to experience a “Taste of Italy” at its annual dinner and auction May 16.
*Safeway program sends about $30,000 to Dallas schools*Project ACHIEVE to hold open house
Marie LeJeune, associate professor of teacher education, finds it crucial to keep her pulse on what is going on in public K-12 education.
*Williamson Distinguished Educator*Perrydale hosts safe driving event*Polk County students listed on Santiam Christian third quarter honor roll
Rep. Paul Evans (D-District 20) will speak on “Higher Education in Oregon” at a town hall discussion at Western Oregon University, Werner University Center, Willamette Room.
The Dallas School District’s proposed 2015-16 budget will include full-day kindergarten, music at Lyle and Oakdale elementary schools, and additional staff and technology.
Central School District’s budget outlook is better than it has been, even with a modest state economic forecast.
Volunteer awarded Honorary Thespian of the Year for her dedication
Wendy Boyack has a passion for live theater, and has been sharing that love with students at Central High School for nine years.
SB 322 dies in committee
A bill that would have phased out fifth-year programs in school districts throughout the state — including three in Polk County — will not move forward.