Buoyed by lower COVID-19 metrics, Spokane Public Schools is continuing to move forward on its reopening plans.
Angela Bruns is a co-leader on research funded by Congress to understand how exposure to gun violence at a young age affects teenagers. It's the first such study on gun violence to be funded by Congress since 1996.
A bus attendant with Durham School Services in Spokane has died after testing positive for COVID-19, the company confirmed Thursday.
As secondary students returned to Spokane Public Schools this week, many teachers breathed a sigh of relief – through their masks, of course.
By Submitted by East Valley Middle SchoolEast Valley Middle School in the East Valley School District in Spokane Valley has announced its first-semester honor roll for the 2020-21 school year. Eligible students are listed alphabetically by grade and GPA.
The Fig Tree benefits, with speakers addressing the theme, “Beyond Words: Doing Justice,” are happening Friday and Wednesday on Zoom.
Kissing a pig isn’t usually in Finch Elementary School office manager Kathy Fiorillo’s job description, but last week she planted a smooch on a 300-pound porker named Lucky P to reward her school’s students for completing more than 21,000 online math lessons this school year.
Spokane Valley Tech has announced its first-semester honor roll for the 2020-21 school year. Eligible students are listed alphabetically by grade and GPA.
Spokane Public Schools is reaching out to the public for comment as it moves forward with a comprehensive equity policy.
A proposal to place a stadium downtown will be front and center next week in a meeting of the Spokane Public Schools board of directors.
A proposal to build an outdoor downtown stadium that could host high school sports and be home to minor league soccer is getting renewed attention in a surprise final pitch to community leaders.
North Idaho College President Rick MacLennan, who has said an “untenable situation” exists involving behavior he’s seen from the college’s Board of Trustees chairman, said last week he is nevertheless committed to helping the college move through the issues.
The first day of school never felt this cold. Or this warm.
ELK GROVE, Calif. — The majority of California's 6.1 million public school students could be back in the classroom by April under new legislation announced Monday by Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders. Critics panned the plan as inadequate.
As educators become more creative about teaching, the West Valley Outdoor Learning Center is stepping up to offer its collection of animal furs, bones and skulls to teachers interested in using the supplies to help their students learn about animals.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, enrollments at nationwide community colleges dropped 10% from fall 2019 to fall 2020, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.
Institutions are planning for as robust of an in-person experience as allowed by the ongoing pandemic. They’re doing so tentatively, however, citing state and federal guidelines that could change over time.
With not a cloud in the sky, an announcer’s voice boomed through the pristine new Union Stadium for Mead and Mt. Spokane High Schools, but only elicited the applause of cheerleaders and coaches.
Owar Opiew, a Mead High School sophomore, was in Spokane Valley at a party when he was killed in what police believe might have been a gang-related shooting. Police had not made an arrest as of Saturday.
The Eastern Washington University Board of Trustees was presented Friday with four possibilities to stabilize its athletics budget.
Spokane residents have three more days to make an everlasting mark on their city.
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