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At the beginning of the year, a new nonprofit organization was formed to serve the children of Millwood by offering after-school activities and mentoring. All that came to a halt in March when the pandemic hit, and the organization has instead shifted to bringing food to people in need.
For Teacher’s World owner Shannon Chiamulon, learning isn’t only derived from sitting down and reading a book, knowledge can come about by other creative means.
Spokane has joined several other communities vying to host the command center of the newest branch of the armed forces – the U.S. Space Force.
The Spokane County Commission passed a resolution Monday supporting the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office in an effort to boost morale for sheriff’s deputies and highlight the training deputies undergo .
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz has taken a voluntary 10% pay cut for one year and turned down a $50,000 retention bonus as the university works to regain its financial footing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There will be no interim superintendent at Spokane Public Schools. Instead, the district’s board of directors voted unanimously Saturday afternoon to promote chief academic officer Adam Swinyard to a permanent 2-year position following Shelley Redinger’s resignation.
Spokane Public Schools directors “will not allow ourselves to be pressured” into making a hasty decision on how to fill its newly vacant superintendent’s position, board President Jerrall Haynes said Thursday.
The goal of Somebody Needs You is to match donors with the specific requests of needy Spokane residents.
Spokane Public Schools is making a case for a comprehensive plan that would give every child in the district an equitable chance at distance learning.
Diane Gfeller, the transportation secretary for the Cheney School District, thrives in situations where others might throw up their hands – phone in one ear, radio in the other, bus drivers tramping in and out of the office.
The Spokane Public Schools board of directors is still weighing its options on how to proceed following the resignation Tuesday of Superintendent Shelley Redinger.
Base salary for the most-senior teachers in Spokane Public Schools will surpass $100,000 annually for the first time, according to a pay scale approved Wednesday night by the district board of directors.
After eight years as superintendent of Spokane Public Schools, Shelley Redinger is resigning to take a similar position in Richland, both districts announced late Tuesday night.
Spokane's retiring teachers could have checked out after schools were closed due to the novel coronavirus. Instead, they found ways to connect with their students as they concluded decades-long careers. Here are a few of their stories.
Spokane Public Schools is jpdoing the math, and so far it doesn’t add up. If students are to return to school this fall, only about 20 will fit inside a typical classroom and still comply with social distancing requirements in the face of COVID-19.
For decades, when it was discussed at all, the killing of hundreds of people in a prosperous black business district nearly a century ago was referred to as the Tulsa race riot.
In a typical year, many high school seniors gather with their classmates for an all-night celebration as they prepare to graduate.
Mead and Mt. Spokane High School teachers work together to create body of student artwork during pandemic -- the result of which is a downloadable coloring book
Roka Brovick has been lauded for his work ethic and engaging leadership style at Spokane Valley Tech. Brovick is valedictorian of the senior graduating Class of 2020 at Valley Tech.
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