Sydney Lyman, a student at Mead High School, was the $5,000 grand prize recipient of STCU’s Credit 2 Kids program.
Idaho’s youngest citizens are getting what their parents have paid for: a slow start in the classroom.
With the deadline only three days away, more than 5,000 students in the Spokane Public Schools district haven’t registered to ride the school bus next year.
Here’s some food for thought: This summer, Spokane Public Schools will serve about 110,000 breakfasts and lunches as part of its Summer Meals Program.
Spokane Public Schools officials are looking ahead to next week, next year and the next decade as they assemble a $436 million budget for next year.
There’s never been a better time to get behind the wheel of a school bus in Spokane.
Michael Duley, fourth-grade teacher at Madison Elementary School in north Spokane, has retired after 37 years in teaching.
The Na-ha-shnee Health Sciences Institute, a fusion of summer camp and in-depth health education for Native American high school students, is underway this week.
The secret is out: Community School is a place for new ideas and innovation
For Ilina Logani, there’s a big difference between knowledge and education, and you can’t find either using a search engine.
On Friday afternoon in Spokane Valley, three generations will get a chance to say goodbye to an old friend.
Spokane Public Schools must move immediately to devote more resources to mental health counseling, its governing body was told Wednesday night.
After almost four decades as a teacher, Mike Cantlon still doesn’t have all the answers. But he does know the right questions – provocative, open-ended ones that bring out the best in some of the brightest kids in Spokane.
Rogers High School has a lot to celebrate these days, and a Spokane brewery is helping.
Spokane has a new milestone to brag about: Medical students are fighting to come here.
Spokane Public Schools officials take every social media shooting threat seriously. But serious enough to close school or order a lockdown? That’s a tougher call.
The routine at Salk Middle School was barely affected by a potential shooting threat posted on social media, principal Peter Elzey said Friday morning.
Spokane Public Schools officials hope to have a sex education curriculum in place for middle-schoolers before the end of the year.
Hundreds of high school students in Spokane are trying to beat homelessness as they try to build a better future. For the past four years, Spokane Public Schools has been offering counseling to help students who don’t have a roof over their heads.
The Eastern Washington University volleyball program is in tatters following a school investigation into an alleged improper payment to a player, fired coaches, missing cash from a program account and student athletes abandoning the team.
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