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  • Valley Tech hosts open house events

    Spokane Valley Tech, 115 S. University Road, will hold open houses Wednesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. High school juniors and seniors during the 2013-’14 school year will be offered …


  • EV plans meetings on safety

    East Valley School District principals are hosting meetings to review safety procedures and take input from parents and community members. Some schools held meetings earlier this week. Next week, meetings …


  • Pioneer School students putting care at forefront

    Pioneer School in Spokane Valley has a variety of Christmas activities through the month of December. The students are demonstrating their character trait of the month – caring – by …


  • Adventist students honor war veterans

    Spokane Valley Adventist School, 1603 S. Sullivan Road, combined celebrations for Veterans Day and Thanksgiving with a luncheon Tuesday. During the event, students expressed thanks for veterans’ service. There were …


  • CV to honor veterans with free concert

    Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road, will present a Veterans Day concert Thursday at 7 p.m. The free concert will feature the school’s a cappella choir, chamber orchestra …


  • Then and Now: Valley schools

    Education in east Spokane County began in the 1880s in one- and two-room schoolhouses dotted among the farms and settlements in the Spokane River valley. Many one-school districts merged into …


  • East Valley students meet Sen. Cantwell on D.C. trip

    Students from East Valley High School traveled to Washington, D.C., last month and met with Sen. Maria Cantwell. The students, Jessica Fray, Devin Hobbs, Shea Gorman, Denika Florence and Shelby …


  • Group awards scholarships

    The Friends of Pavillion Park in Liberty Lake announced recipients of its ninth annual scholarship awards. The scholarships are awarded to students who achieve excellence in recreation, entertainment, education and …


  • Students get hats, skin cancer lesson

    Students at Progress Elementary School in the Central Valley School District received a lesson in skin and sun safety last week from Advanced Dermatology. May is National Skin Cancer Awareness …


  • 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 …


  • WWII vet Del Spear to speak at CVHS

    Radarman 2nd Class Del Spear, 86, visits Marcy James’ classroom at Central Valley High School often. He visited last year and told the students about his experiences aboard USS YMS-302 …


  • CV board approves hiring of U-Hi principal, human resources director

    The Central Valley School Board agreed to two new hires during its meeting Tuesday. Rick Doehle has been approved as the new executive director of human resources.


  • Freeman High students win awards at state business competition

    Earlier this month, 26 members of Freeman High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter attended the 2012 State Leadership Conference in Seattle. Each competitor had to place in the …


  • U-Hi principal candidates at forum

    Central Valley School District will host a community forum to receive feedback regarding the three candidates for the principal job at University High School, 12420 E. 32nd Ave., Monday from …


  • CV honors staff, school volunteers

    The Central Valley school board presented its annual Meritorious Service Awards on Monday to honor outstanding contributions by individuals, organizations and teams toward student achievement. More than 72 individuals, 10 …


  • SHOWERED IN SONG

    Actors in a local theater aren’t worried about the stormy clouds chasing everyone from the place. The drama department at Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road, will stage …


  • CV teachers earn board certification

    Seven teachers in the Central Valley School District have earned National Board Certification, bringing the total of nationally certified teachers in the district to 51. Teachers with this credential study …


  • Freeman FBLA group competes at regionals

    Freeman High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter sent 46 members to the 2012 Northeast Region FBLA Conference at Eastpoint Church in Spokane Valley. More than 500 students from …


  • CV fundraiser includes jazz bands, dancing and dessert

    The Central Valley Band and Color Guard Boosters will present “Jazz Under the Stars,” Friday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the school, 821 S. Sullivan Road. The evening will …


  • Hite to play CV concert

    Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road, will present a fundraising concert for its graduation night celebrations Friday in the school theater at 7 p.m. University High School graduate …


  • CV to hike kindergarten tuition

    The Central Valley School Board voted unanimously Monday to raise tuition for all-day kindergarten by $5 a month. Tim Nootenboom, executive director of elementary education, told the board that tuition …


  • CV DECA students fare well in Area 11 conference

    The Central Valley High School DECA chapter competed Dec. 14 at Spokane Falls Community College in DECA’s Area 11 Career Development Conference. The following students qualified to compete at the …


  • WV approves two levy issues on ballot

    The West Valley School Board voted unanimously Wednesday to put two replacement levies on the ballot for voters Feb. 14. Superintendent Polly Crowley told the board in a special work …


  • CV wind ensemble joins Singing Nuns in concert

    The Central Valley High School wind ensemble will join “Light of Lights” The Singing Nun’s 16th Annual Christmas Evermore Concert Wednesday and Thursday at 2 and 7:30 p.m. at the …


  • Play mixes intrigue, laughs

    The drama department at West Valley High School will present “A Bad Year for Tomatoes,” a play by John Patrick, on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Dec. 10 and 13 at 7 …


  • CV teachers union plans to protest cuts

    Members of the Central Valley Education Association, the teachers union in the district, will be headed to Olympia next week to tell legislators to protect school funding. They will be …


  • DECA students rally to end texting, driving

    The DECA chapter at West Valley High School has kicked off an awareness campaign to end texting and driving. Raising Awareness 4 Brandy (RAB) reminds students to leave their phones …


  • East Valley schools plan replacement levy

    The East Valley School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to put a replacement levy on the ballot Feb. 14. The levy will collect $10.9 million per year in 2013 through 2016, …


  • Valley schools to honor veterans

    Leadership students at West Valley High School, 8301 E. Buckeye Ave., will honor Veterans Day with a special assembly Thursday at 9:45 a.m. The program will feature a guest speaker, …


  • Inside Schools: U-Hi aims high with ‘Beauty and the Beast’

    The drama department at University High School, 12420 E. 32nd Ave., will present the Disney musical “Beauty and the Beast” Thursday, Friday, Nov. 5, 10 and 12 at 7 p.m. …

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