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Rainey Coffin

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Northwest Christian Schools concert today

The middle- and high school students at Northwest Christian Schools will share the Christmas spirit during their “Merry Little Christmas” concert today at 7 p.m. in the Calvary Chapel, 511 W. Hastings Road. The students will sing traditional tunes, including “Adeste Fidelis” and “Winter Wonderland.” The concert will also feature holiday favorites such as “The Nutcracker March,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” and “Sleigh Ride” by Northwest Christian’s Band.
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CV, U-Hi students named AP scholars

Students from Central Valley and University high schools recently earned AP Scholar status for their academic excellence on their Advanced Placement exams. National AP Scholars, awarded to students who receive an average grade of at least 4.0 on all AP exams taken and grades of 4.0 or higher on eight or more of the exams, were awarded to Jacob Conant, Karl Ellingson, Philip Howard, Donggyun Kim, Joshua Ross, Curtis Schmitz, and David Yuan, all of CVHS.

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Freeman’s Forman ranks in national FFA event

Helen Forman, a sophomore at Freeman High School and member of the Freeman FFA Chapter of Washington, recently placed among the top 47 participants at the National FFA Creed Speaking Career Development Event. The event was held in conjunction with the 87th annual National FFA Convention and Expo held in Louisville, Kentucky, in October. Forman was awarded a silver emblem for her achievements at the national convention. She won the state competition in May.
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Gonzaga Prep to perform ‘Farenheit 451’

Drama students at Gonzaga Prep will bring Ray Bradbury’s classic novel, “Fahrenheit 451,” to the stage Friday and Saturday and Nov. 21-22 at 7 p.m. in the Kubiak Theater, 1224 E. Euclid Ave. The show is about Guy Montag, played by Alec Bell, a fireman of the future, whose job is to burn the possessions of people who read outlawed books. Clarisse, played by Sophia Nickoloff, and Faber, played by Isaiah Daniels, help Montag realize the heinousness that is happening in this miserable, controlling society, where free thinking is offensive and behavior is controlled. Determined to stand in his way, are Fire Capt. Beatty, played by Canyon O’Neil, and Montag’s wife, played by Jennifer Phan.
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Education notebook: Rogers welcomes five to Walk of Fame

Rogers High School will honor alumni on Friday when five new members are inducted into the Walk of Fame. There will be a ceremony at the school at 10:45 a.m., and inductees also will be recognized at the homecoming game against Mt. Spokane High School at Joe Albi Stadium at 5 p.m.

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