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Tuesday, July 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Construction students to compete in statewide event

A small group of Aberdeen High School students studying advanced construction are busy building their entry for a statewide competition later this month in Olympia: A tiny homeless shelter. The …


New college career and technical ed building to open Wednesday in Rathdrum

North Idaho College will open its new Career and Technical Education Facility in Rathdrum on Wednesday.


Shop class seeks edge in schools of future

Austin Schatz saw a picture of a wooden balance bike from Germany his freshman year in high school, and started working on a design to call his own. “I needed …


Skill center fills unique role

Sparks flew earlier this week as students at the Northeast Washington Technical Skill Center tried their hand at welding, some for the first time, others on their way to certification. …


Evergreen Middle School students get a look at career opportunities

Eighth-graders in the Central Valley School District got a glimpse this week of some classes they may take next year, as well as classes they have an opportunity to take …


Career, technical goals are hands-on at center

Josh Cox, a senior at Mead High School, placed a small block of aluminum into a milling machine, secured it in a vise, and stood back as it shaved 0.05 …


Career, technical goals are hands-on at center

Josh Cox, a senior at Mead High School, placed a small block of aluminum into a milling machine, secured it in a vise, and stood back as it shaved 0.05 …


EVHS seniors present plans for future to teachers, professionals

“Where do you see yourself in five years?” a teacher recently asked East Valley High School senior Rylee Walker. It’s a question many are asked in job interviews and one …


EVHS students try out building while learning academics

At East Valley High School Friday morning, you could hear the tapping of hammers and the whine of power saws and smell sawdust in the air. Two student teams competed …


More schools innovating with job experiences for students

Spencer Enquist knows working in Shadle Park High School’s student-run espresso shop could give him an edge over other applicants at Starbucks. At Bagpipers Bistro, the 17-year-old has learned the …


Career electives offer step for students to workplace

Jake Duran had always enjoyed growing plants, he said, but the Shadle High senior never thought of it as a career. “When I joined the (Career and Technical Education) program, …