Construction crews placed the final beam on the frame of the new Gonzaga-University of Washington Medical and Health Education Research Center this week, a milestone that keeps the project on pace for its July 2022 opening date.
Because of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases, all of West Valley High School’s 900 students were back at home Wednesday and learning remotely.
John O’Dell likes to talk about servant leadership, but he’s even more passionate about putting it into practice.
In case the board members at Spokane Public Schools didn’t know it already, there’s a lot riding on Wednesday’s special meeting.
When the news filtered through the halls of Shadle Park High School that Chris Dunn would be the new principal, the reaction was an affirmation for everyone – especially Dunn.
Two major issues related to the proposed downtown stadium – parking and the Spokane Civic Theatre – are addressed in detail in documents posted Monday on the Spokane Public Schools website.
The University of Washington will enact a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students for the upcoming school year.
Mary Cullinan, Eastern Washington University’s first female president and the 26th president in the university’s history, has died, EWU Interim President David May announced to the campus community Monday.
North Idaho College holds regional accreditation status from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Losing that status could mean lost federal funding, ineligibility to offer specialized accreditation programs and the inability to guarantee to students that their credits would transfer to another institution, according to North Idaho College officials.
The building used by Spokane Falls Community College’s photography program dates back more than 90 years ago as the dispensary for Fort George Wright.
After a defeat by 33 votes in March, the only of the three largest Kootenai County School Districts to lose at the ballot box, Post Falls schools adjusted the language of the measure slightly. They're still asking for a total of $9.9 million over two years, dollars that are not "supplemental" as the levy title suggests but necessary to continue school functions, Superintendent Dena Naccarato said.
Washington has logged more than 182 coronavirus outbreaks in school buildings this school year, with a slim majority of school-linked infections in children and teenagers age 18 and younger, according to a new Department of Health report released Friday afternoon.
Washington State University’s Board of Regents will meet next week to review a plan to balance the athletics department’s operating budget by 2023, the university announced Friday.
Prospects for a downtown sports stadium got a major boost Friday as the Spokane Public Facilities District, which would maintain the site, agreed to sweeten a deal with Spokane Public Schools.
Excellence in the classroom means more than being bright; you also need to rise and shine, even in the shadow of a pandemic.
Gonzaga University President Thayne McCulloh said Thursday he is “not yet convinced” on the idea of a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for the university.
High school graduation is still six weeks away, but some students and their families are already feeling emotional.
Spokane Public Schools has joined other districts in approving emergency rules that would allow more flexibility for seniors to meet certain graduation requirements.
Spokane Public Schools is “staying in very close communication” with its transportation contractor following several breakdowns in safety protocols this year, Superintendent Adam Swinyard told board members Wednesday night.
WASHINGTON – As part of President Joe Biden’s $1.8 trillion “American Families Plan,” the White House on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to eliminate tuition costs at two-year community colleges across the country.
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