Forum planned with principal hopefuls
The Central Valley School District will host a Meet the Principal Candidates forum Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Summit School, 612 S. McDonald Road.
Principal Lyle Krislock is retiring from the school after 34 years in education. The district is looking for input from the community in the selection process.
Each candidate will spend about 30 minutes speaking of their qualifications and answering questions from the audience. Attendees will be asked to submit written feedback about the candidates to the selection committee.
Summit School serves 345 kindergarten through eighth-grade students from all over the Central Valley School District. The school earned the Washington Innovative School designation earlier this year and usually has a waiting list for enrollment.
For more information, call the Central Valley district office at (509) 228-5400.
West Valley High School’s Eagle Marching Band
The Eagle Marching Band at West Valley High School recently competed in the Apple Blossom Festival Parade in Wenatchee.
Of the 20 high school bands to compete in the parade, West Valley took home the Sweepstakes Award for best high school marching band, the Best Drum Majors Award for Desirae Kivett and Brooklyn Robinson, and the Best Color Guard Award in the AA Division and Military Inspection, given to the high school with the highest score in the parade.
The band’s director is Jim Loucks.
Art and Soul Art Festival
Freeman School District will present its second annual Art and Soul Art Festival, Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Freeman High School multipurpose room, 14626 S. Jackson Road, Rockford.
Activities include demonstrations by Stan Miller, a watercolor painter, and Mel McCuddin, an oil painter.
There will be live music from students, an art show of the 2011-’12 student artwork, mask-making, a collaborative acrylic painting, henna tattoos, finger painting with chocolate pudding for the kids, and snacks.
The event will also include a sale of original artwork by Harold Balazs, McCuddin and art teacher Ken Spiering.
Tickets are $5 per person or $15 per family.
For more information, call Spiering at (509) 991-1030 or call the school at (509) 291-3721.