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  • Valley Tech dedicates four new classrooms

    Spokane Valley Tech celebrated the completion of its building with a dedication of four new classrooms Tuesday evening.


  • Front & Center: Business boot camp with Patrick Bisson

    Patrick Bisson teaches aspiring entrepreneurs how to launch their own business.


  • Valley Tech nurtures curiosity at STEM camps for kids

    The wiggling stops and their attention narrows. In almost no time, fourth-graders are identifying human bones, building circuit boards and coding video games. “If they taught this in school, I’d …


  • Spokane Valley Tech students win startup contest

    It’s a real-world application of what they have learned in the classroom. Three students from Spokane Valley Tech went to Startup Weekend in mid-November, an entrepreneurial event in Spokane where …


  • Valley Tech, Avista extend entrepreneurship program to high schoolers

    Central Valley School District is partnering with Avista Corp. to teach and encourage budding business owners. An entrepreneurship program offered for the first time to high school students through Spokane …


  • 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. …


  • The learning season

    This summer, students in Spokane Valley are attending a different kind of summer school. For the first time, Spokane Valley Tech is offering summer school classes. The 13-day sessions are …


  • 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 …


  • $2.5 million needed for Spokane Valley Tech

    Central Valley’s School Board will ask the Washington Legislature for $2.5 million to complete the Spokane Valley Tech. The board approved a resolution Monday night to lobby officials for an …


  • STCU donates $5,000 to education centers

    Spokane Teachers Credit Union has donated $5,000 to career and technical education centers in the area. “We’re particularly excited to support these programs, which give students options in fields that …


  • STCU donates to education centers

    Spokane Teachers Credit Union has donated $5,000 to career and technical education centers in the area. “We’re particularly excited to support these programs, which give students options in fields that …


  • Dose of real-life skill appeals

    West Valley sophomore cheerleader Kensley Seacrest walked into the small room behind the gymnasium with a problem. She had been working on a stunt with her squad and hurt her …


  • 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 …


  • Skills Center closer to reality

    The new branch of the Skills Center received a new name – Spokane Valley Tech – and moved a couple of steps forward at the Central Valley School Board meeting …

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