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.
Wy’east Middle School repeated as Region 4 Oregon Battle of the Books tournament champions March 2.
Inspired teachers receive grants, students benefit
Twenty-seven educators across the county received a little extra boost in their efforts to bring innovation to the classroom with recent grant awards from the Hood River County Education Foundation’s Innovative Teaching program.
Two finalists visit schools March 13
The Hood River County School District Board of Directors has selected two candidates for its final round of interviews which are set for Wednesday, March 13.
Over the past four years, the Gorge Discovery School has been establishing itself as an innovative place-based school here in our region.
Parents are invited to attend informational meetings March 14 about Mosier Community School and Middle School and the 2013 school year.
Nonprofit organizations with programs to improve outdoor access and recreation may qualify for a newly reopened grant opportunity.
March 21 is deadline to file for dozens of local board positions
The Hood River County School Board has four positions coming open in the May election. The district would like to encourage community members to consider board service as a way to be involved and make a contribution to the children and schools of Hood River County.
Wy’east Middle School repeated as Region 4 Oregon Battle of the Books champions on Saturday, winning a tournament of 42 schools in Canby
Westside Elementary School’s second-annual Chair Affair event at Springhouse Cellar on Feb. 23 was a big success, according to Megan Spears, auction committee chair.
Board calls for better communication after miscalculations led to budget discrepancy
A furor of sorts erupted this week at the Hood River County School Board meeting, stemming from some disturbing fiscal news that came out of the Feb. 13 board meeting.
Three Hood River Valley High School robotics teams won state championship slots at OMSI’s First Tech Challenge qualifying tournament on Feb. 24. They all advance to finals this weekend.
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., recently pledged to extend the Secure Rural Schools program for at least another year, hoping to buy time to craft a long-term solution for replacement of lost timber harvest funds and blocked tax revenue for rural communities. The legislative pair currently chair two powerful committees in the Senate and represent some of the hardest hit timber-reliant counties in the country.