Dallas’ Lavier shares gift of equality with her students
When Shana Lavier entered the world of education, she was sure of two things.
Dallas High’s performance aimed toward grade-school audience opens to public
Everybody wants to be a cat in Dallas High School’s production of Disney’s “The Aristocats Kids,” taking the stage at Bollman Auditorium Saturday.
Central High theater puts on holiday classic with all the trimmings
Christmas will rain from the sky at Central High School’s performance of “White Christmas,” opening on Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Dallas High School track appears to be holding up better than some surfaces and worse than others according to results of “force reduction” tests on other tracks in Oregon.
Full results of Dallas School District’s lead testing is available on the district website.
People who are homeless are difficult to track. They tend to be transient in nature, moving wherever they can find a roof or job.
A plan to bring back the traditional A-B-C-D-F grading system at Falls City High School was approved by the Falls City School Board on Thursday.
Having voters turn them down for the second time on a bond to build a new gym hasn’t completely discouraged members of the Falls City School Board.
Voters said “no” on Nov. 8 to Central School District’s request for a $26 million facilities bond, 4,636 to 4,164 (52 to 47 percent).
Voters in the school district reject funding for new facility for a second time
Falls City School District’s second attempt at passing a $2 million bond to build a multipurpose gym at its elementary school site suffered another narrow loss.
Theater program celebrates 400th anniversary of playwright’s death
This marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, and theater companies the world over are celebrating with productions of the bard’s works.
How does life get so awful that it feels like the only reasonable choice is murder?
Western Oregon University’s Board of Trustees held its fall 2016 board meeting on Oct. 26.
Eola Hills Charter School has something it hasn’t had in three years: a permanent home.
LaCreole Middle School sixth-grade teacher Teresa Larios was named Distinguished Educator for September during a class assembly at the school.