A former East Valley High School teacher was charged with possession of child pornography earlier this year after the Kik app flagged the teacher's accounts and reported the illicit images to law enforcement, documents say.
Spokane Public Schools plans to return fifth- and sixth-graders to full-time, in-person instruction on April 28, the district said Wednesday night.
The lines have been drawn.
Students in Washington won’t be taking two important standardized tests this spring, State Superintendent Chris Reykdal said Wednesday.
Students played a game of pick up basketball on the usually quiet courts at the old Jefferson Elementary School building while Sister Francis Marie watched from her classroom door.
An online survey that drew more than 7,700 participants indicates heavy public support for a proposal to build a new sports stadium downtown instead of in northwest Spokane.
Dense storm clouds rolled into Colville around 10:30 a.m. Saturday, an hour and a half before 18-year-old Dale Martin was scheduled to be taken off life support.
The Coeur d’Alene Public Schools Board of Trustees has narrowed the search for the district’s new superintendent to two candidates who will answer questions in a public forum next week, according to a Coeur d’Alene Public Schools news release.
The Ferris High School debate team won a state championship last month in a school year when all debates took place virtually.
Things have been changing for the better at Longfellow Elementary School, a change that Principal Adam Oakley attributes to the school’s new focus on rewarding good behavior like staying on task in class, helping others and picking up trash outside the school.
Spokane Public Schools announced Friday the hiring of four new high school principals, all of whom have administrative experience in the district.
School districts in Spokane County are moving forward with plans to bring students back full time.
Spokane Public Schools will move forward on a proposal to rename Sheridan Elementary School over its namesake’s brutality toward Indigenous people.
At Regal Elementary School, Lucy the golden retriever is opening hearts.
It’s been almost 40 years since Spokane Public Schools made comprehensive changes to its boundaries.
Washington residents 60 and older, residents over the age of 16 with two or more underlying health conditions and more workers in high-risk settings such as group homes, restaurants and construction are eligible for a coronavirus vaccine.
The Spokane Public Schools board will get its first look Wednesday night at plans to redraw school boundaries.
Names are a powerful thing, especially when you’re a young Native American girl attending a school named for the man who coined the phrase “The only good Indian is a dead Indian.”
School districts are all over the map in the war against COVID-19.
By the end of this week, Spokane Public Schools expects to name four new high school principals and lay the groundwork for a “more efficient administration” at all grade levels, Superintendent Adam Swinyard said Monday.
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