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  • Elementary students explore many lands at Opportunity

    At Opportunity Elementary School, second-grader Philip Rogers tried zalabee, a Lebanese fried bread, for the first time. “It tastes like toast,” he said while he wiped syrup from his face.

  • Park’s Imax theater may be shuttered

    The films playing on Eastern Washington’s largest movie screen loop through 41 rollers to feed the film up and down and around Spokane’s Imax projector. Before a Tuesday showing of …

  • Fifth-graders show constitutional competence

    Ty James, a fifth-grader at Opportunity Elementary School in the Central Valley School District, explained to the judges an instance when the common good outweighs individual rights. “You can’t yell …

  • Advocate for activity

    Students in PJ Jarvis’ physical education classes at Opportunity Elementary School don’t just learn the basics of sports. While they are waiting for their turn to play two-square, they run …

  • Attemped child luring reported in Spokane Valley

    Police are investigating reports that a man tried to get a 5th grade girl to get into his car this morning near Pierce Road and Valleyway Avenue.

  • Snack packs fill real need

    There are plastic bins holding bags full of snacks in Principal Molly Carolan’s office at Opportunity Elementary School in the Central Valley School District. Some of the bags contain Cup-o-Noodles, …

  • Volunteer reading buddies help third-graders meet goals

    Volunteers at Opportunity Elementary School are helping third-grade students improve their reading scores. Principal Molly Carolan said the Central Valley School District school partnered with Eastpoint Church three years ago. …

  • No heat, but Valley schools go on

    Four schools in Central Valley School District had no heat or only partial heat Monday, but by afternoon they were warming up, school officials said. Students at University High School, …



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