The Hood River County School District Board of Directors has identified the following limited number of Open Enrollment Transfers for the 2017-18 school year at Cascade Locks Elementary, Parkdale Elementary and Wy’east Middle School.
In light of a state-wide budget shortfall announcement from the Oregon Legislature of $1.8 billion dollars, Hood River County School District Superintendent Dan Goldman will be holding two community listening sessions with the public in the month of March.
Fig Neutrons from Hood River Valley High School won their division at the State Robotics competition and are advancing to the Super-Regionals in Tacoma, Wash., March 9-12.
Dr. Linda Tamura will speak March 15 in the next GO! Network Sense of Place lecture.
Hood River County Education Foundation (HRCEF) has announced that April 14 is the application deadline for scholarships for Hood River Valley High graduates who will be sophomore, juniors or seniors 2017, and continuing in two- or four-year colleges, or a trade school.
Parkdale Elementary School will host its annual carnival on March 10 from 5-8 p.m. Find activities such as a bounce house, cake walk with locally made desserts, massage room, Nerf zone, and face painting, as well as a number of game booths. Game tickets can be purchased at the carnival.
The Hood River County School District is using a combination of ways to make up the instructional time lost because of the high number of school cancellations this winter due to weather.
Hood River County School District must reduce spending by $4.75 million in the 2017-19 biennium, in light of a statewide K-12 budget shortfall announcement from the Oregon Legislature of $1.8 billion dollars, Superintendent Dan Goldman has announced.
Wild hair and hats were common sights at Westside Elementary March 2 for “Crazy Hat and Hair Day,” the annual “Read Across America” tradition honoring Theodore Geisl — Dr. Seuss.
Both Hood River Valley High School and Hood River Middle School have plays opening this weekend.
Junior Ruby Patterson made it to the final round of Open Prose and won second place in Open Oratory as Hood River Valley High School Speech and Debate team competed in the Robert D. Clark Invitational tournament at the University of Oregon Feb. 18-19.
Enrich your child’s life and your own by attending “Incredible Years” parenting program, Wednesdays starting March 1 in English. The series will be held at The Next Door 965 Tucker Road, Hood River.
The cast of Hood River Middle School students, with principals Brent Emmons and Ocean Kuykendall playing parents, performs the original musical written by Mark Steighner, musical director of Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association, while music teacher Anna Stipe directs.
Three Hood River Valley High School teams advanced to the next stage in First Technology Challenge (FTC) Robotics competition next month.
Hood River Valley High School will hold its annual lock-in on Friday and Saturday, March 10-11, and needs chaperones to work all night, all shifts.