Christopher Scadden wants the students in his acting class to let their anger show.
Students and adults create prototypes
Imagine building a high-tech greenhouse or chicken coop in one day — with no programming experience going in.
Healthy growth in housing means bond could be paid off early, reduced taxes, or new bond ahead
Dallas school district to sell remainder of bondDallas School District will sell the remainder of its $17 million maintenance bond in December with an early payoff -- and room to issue more bonds, with voter approval, before payments end.
Transformative. That’s the word AJ Foscoli used to describe his experience at one of Innovate Oregon’s all-day make-a-thon sessions.
School notes for Oct. 25
Thankfully August’s total solar eclipse didn’t bring us anything like Audrey II.
The angst and pain that comes from growing up — for both teenagers and their parents — is perhaps the biggest story told in “The Addams Family: the Musical.”
Oregon Department of Education released report cards on all schools and school districts in the state on Thursday.
Exactly 20 years ago, during the 1997-98 school year Dallas High School offered seven programs that would now be called “career and technical education.”
Ansily Tulensru was hospitalized in May 2016, and after weeks of recovery, struggled to get back on her feet and deal basic needs, let alone long-term goals.
Students at Mid-Valley Christian Academy filled the gymnasium on Friday afternoon to see whose zucchini creations would travel the fastest and farthest down a ramp.
Sitting in Christy Wilkins’ office at Luckiamute Valley Charter School’s Bridgeport campus on a bustling Monday morning, you can hear children playing during recess.
The Dallas School Board approved three-year contracts with its teachers and classified employee unions on Sept. 11.
Ashley Wildfang has always known she wanted to be a teacher.
Amber Eaton, the new principal at Lyle Elementary School, is returning to what she considers her “roots” in her educational career.