For teachers in Spokane and the rest of the state, the confusion surrounding distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine just got worse.
The 15th annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing Contest will continue as planned this year, but the art contest and in-person community observance of the Holocaust that usually goes with it have been canceled due to the pandemic.
Xander the cat is a familiar sight at Jefferson Elementary School on Spokane’s South Hill as he visits children on the playground and meows at the windows of classrooms where “his” children sit.
Local media artist Linny Dee has been refurbishing cast off computers and laptops and is now in search of an organization or program that is in need of “starter” computers for basic tasks like applying for jobs.
She’s halfway through her senior year at Central Valley High School, but Kaitlyn Hartshorn hasn’t seen the inside of a classroom since March.
After winning validation last month from Olympia, the Mead School District hopes for more next month from hometown taxpayers.
Like other local school districts asking voters to pass levies to bolster school finances and educational offerings, Central Valley will be judged, at least in part, by its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The effects of Wednesday’s windstorm continued Thursday, with schools from Cheney to Coeur d’Alene canceled and thousands still without power.
A shortage of school bus drivers has prompted the Cheney School District to ask students to not take the bus if possible as well as change the start and end times of the school day as more and more students head back to the classroom.
It's no secret that school and daycare closures due to COVID-19 have stressed families to the max. Parents worry about the lack of socialization opportunities for young children, and fear it may impact kindergarten readiness.
Reflecting trends in the overall population, COVID-19 numbers are soaring in local schools following winter break.
After three years as superintendent of Coeur d’Alene Schools, Steven Cook will leave at the end of the school year to take the same position in Bend, Oregon.
The Central Valley School District is moving forward with a plan to bring all students back to buildings for at least one day a week by Feb. 1.
Four weeks before Election Day, political battles lines have suddenly formed around the replacement levy proposed by Spokane Public Schools.
Rapid testing for COVID-19 started Monday at Spokane Public Schools.
Typically an opportunity for seniors to celebrate their accomplishments with games and a safe celebration to end the year, Ferris High School students don't know what form the all-nighter will take in 2021. But the annual Christmas tree recycling fundraising event ended Sunday.
The fate of Spokane Public Schools’ replacement levy may well boil down to public trust, and to what degree that trust has been strained by rising budgets and the district’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There’s no syllabus for what happened Wednesday.
Family and friends – some not seen in months – drove past the Spokane Valley home of Quentin King Sunday to wish him a happy 100th birthday.
Spokane Public Schools is poised to bring more students back to buildings, Superintendent Adam Swinyard said Tuesday.
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