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  • Education Notes: Rogers High to stage ‘Charlie Brown’ play

    Rogers High School drama students will perform “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” beginning Friday at 7 p.m. in the school theater. Additional performances are Saturday at 2 p.m., and …


  • Mead outlines STEM program

    The Mead School District will introduce local residents to the future of education on Wednesday at the STEM+ Open House, at the Mead High School theater, beginning at 6:30 p.m. …


  • Education Notes: ‘Frankenstein’ a modern, dark tale

    Students at Gonzaga Prep will entertain audiences with their winter production of a modern-day “Frankenstein” beginning at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13 in the Kubiak Theater. Performances will continue at 7:30 …


  • Schools notebook: Educators accorded honors

    John Hagney, a teacher at Lewis and Clark High School since 1981, was named the Educational Service District 101 region’s Teacher of the Year. The award makes him a candidate …


  • Education Notes: Students hold fundraiser for burn victim

    Students at Madison Elementary School showed how much they care for classmate Snezhana Dedkov by competing against one another to raise money for her. In October, Snezhana was in an …


  • ‘Almost Maine,’ ‘Oliver!’ open at high schools

    Students at North Central High School fall in and out of love like they fall and bruise their knees, in the romantic comedy “Almost Maine,” beginning Wednesday. Doors open at …


  • Education Notebook: Bemiss wins award for math

    Bemiss Elementary School students were recently honored when their school was named a 2011 Title I Washington State Distinguished School by the state superintendent’s office. The students’ outstanding achievement in …


  • Reduced-price meal applications due

    Students in the Spokane Public Schools District need to turn in their free or reduced-price meal applications by Monday. Beginning Tuesday, students who were on the meal program during the …


  • School Notes: Cataldo school is planning costume sale

    For ghosts and goblins preparing for the upcoming spooky holiday, Cataldo Catholic School is hosting its annual Halloween costume sale next Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. …


  • Education Notes: Buses run 30 minutes later on Thursdays

    School is back in session and for parents that means getting their kids to class on time. But, each Thursday, beginning today in the Spokane Public Schools District, students will …


  • Education Notes: St. Aloysius student wins art contest

    Dong Phung, a student at St. Aloysius Catholic School, was recently honored for his artistic talent and was chosen as the grand prize winner in the Catholic Campaign for Human …


  • Education Notebook: Students join school board

    Shanice Applewhaite, a junior at North Central High School, and Rogers junior Karl Fencl will join the Spokane Public Schools Board as student advisers for the 2011-’12 school year. They …


  • Education Notes: LC drama vies for theater awards

    Lewis and Clark Tiger Drama students have been nominated for the Seattle 5th Avenue Theatre High School Musical Awards for their production of “Hairspray!” performed last winter. The drama students …


  • Education Notes: Riverside goes modern with ‘Twelfth Night’

    Riverside High School’s Drama Department will perform William Shakespeare’s popular comedy “Twelfth Night,” a tale of madness, humor, mistaken identity and professions of love, beginning Friday in the school’s multipurpose …


  • Ferris to perform comedy ‘Harvey’

    Ferris High School Theatre Arts will perform the comedy “Harvey,” beginning Wednesday in the Ferris Auditorium at 7 p.m. Performances will also be held May 5 and 6 and May …


  • Education Notes: ‘Fiddler’ at St. George’s

    St. George’s School students will continue their production of the classic musical, “Fiddler on the Roof” on Friday at 7 p.m. in Saint George’s Founders Theater. The performance is the …


  • Education Notes: Encore Drama stages ‘Wizard of Oz’

    Follow the yellow brick road all the way to Rogers High School for the Rogers Encore Drama spring performance of “The Wizard of Oz,” beginning Friday at 7 p.m. in …


  • St. George’s School stages ‘Our Town’

    Students at St. George’s School will take audience members back to the small town of Grover’s Corners, tonight and on Saturday at 7 p.m. in their production of “Our Town.” …


  • Teachers bring their best defense to fight cancer

    On Feb. 2, the staff at Mt. Spokane and Mead high schools, along with Mountainside and Northwood middle schools, will battle against each other in the Hoops for Hope VII …


  • Education Notes: Athletes receive Wildcat Award

    Student athletes at Mt. Spokane High School were recently honored, not only for their talent on the field or the court, but also for their success in the classroom. Mt. …


  • Education Notes: Freshman wins math trophy

    Kashif Ravasia, a freshman at St. George’s School, proved his math smarts in the Math is Cool Championships in early December when he placed first in the individual geometry test. …


  • LCHS debate, speech places 3rd

    The Lake City High School debate and speech team placed third overall at the Coeur d’Alene Challenge tournament, held at Coeur d’Alene High School in early December.


  • At Breakfast with Santa, donations will help charity

    The fifth-grade student leadership team at West Ridge Elementary in the Post Falls School District is doing their part this holiday season with their Breakfast with Santa Saturday at Applebee’s, …


  • Education Notes: Kroc mixes work, play in after-school program

    Local students in Coeur d’Alene can get extra help with their homework, have a healthy snack and even work off some extra energy in the Kroc After-School Program, held at …


  • Education Notes: Ferris High presents musical ‘Godspell’

    The students at Ferris High School will entertain audiences, beginning Wednesday with the musical “Godspell” at 7 p.m. in the Ferris auditorium. Performances continue Nov. 18 through Nov. 20 at …


  • Education Notes: Rescue dog shows its skills

    Otis, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s in-training rescue dog, recently spent time with Anita Dahmen’s second-grade students at Holy Family Catholic School. The 1-year-old black Lab is being trained by …


  • Ridgeview Elementary leader named principal of the year

    Ridgeview Elementary Principal Kathy Williams was recently rewarded for her leadership and love of her students when she was named the Dick Stannard Distinguished Elementary Principal of the Year. The …


  • Education notes: PFHS seniors plan spaghetti fundraiser

    Seniors at Post Falls High School are raising funds for their graduation party and inviting the community to a spaghetti feed and auction at the school on Saturday. The dinner …


  • Education notes: Sacajawea teacher receives award

    Jamie Smith, a science teacher at Sacajawea Middle School, recently received the 2010 Mona Bailey Teacher Leadership Award. Smith was evaluated on her leadership skills and her dedication to her …


  • CV, Freeman students compete in FBLA

    Students from several schools in the Spokane Valley attended the Northeast Region Future Business Leaders of America Conference at Faith Bible Church in north Spokane on Feb. 3. Two high …

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