Adriana Santillan and Eduardo Santa Cruz, both seniors at Hood River Valley High School, have been selected as February’s Students of the Month by the Hood River Elks Lodge 1507. Each student was presented with a check for $100 at a recent Lodge meeting.
Both community forums for the school attendance boundary study have come and gone, but parents and other community members have until the end of March to share their ideas for solutions with the 12-member committee that has been looking at the imbalance in school enrollment and building capacities throughout the district.
Oregon National Guard affected
Oregon Military Department – In response to a call for cuts due to federal sequestration, the Department of Defense has suspended its federal tuition assistance program for all military members.
The Mt. Adams Institute announces a new partnership with Cascade Mountain School to engage local youth in innovative summer outdoor programming.
The Hood River Police Officers Association is offering two $500 scholarships in support of students wishing to pursue higher education. These scholarships can be applied toward tuition, room and board or books.
CGCC sees huge rise in enrollment and inadequate funding
Dr. Frank Toda, president of Columbia Gorge Community College, is taking an energetic stance in response to recent proposed Oregon State budget plans that would impact CGCC’s budget significantly.
What would be the best way to deal with the problem of overcrowding in some schools and under-enrollment in others?
Mid-Columbia Unit 20 of the Oregon Retired Educators Association is offering a $750 scholarship to a third-, fourth- or fifth-year college student (as of this coming September) who aspires to become a teacher and is attending an Oregon school.
The Hood River County School Board concluded its search for a new superintendent Wednesday evening and offered the position to Dan Goldman, current director of instruction and elementary education with the Tigard-Tualatin School District.
When schools reach or exceed capacity, there is an impact on building facilities such as cafeterias, small-square-footage classrooms, gymnasiums and rooms used for instructional support.
In Mosier, school store opens at former gas station site
The students of Mosier Middle School are seizing the opportunity to improve their school surroundings and help change the learning experience for the future generations of students.
Join Little Feet Cooperative Preschool for its open house March 19-20 from 9-11 a.m.
Columbia Gorge Community College will offer a series of leadership seminars.
The Hood River County School District Board of Directors has selected two candidates for its final round of interviews which are set for March 13.
Columbia Gorge Community College will host an evening session to present information about the Renewable Energy Technology Program on March 13 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at The Dalles Campus, Building 3, second floor, room 3.203.