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Cooper Champions encourage parents, dads included, to get involved at school

Cooper Champions, a group of volunteers who provide teachers with help in the classroom, are encouraging others to get involved.

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 6, 2018, 6:40 a.m.

Full-day kindergarten starts fifth year in Spokane Public Schools

On Wednesday morning at Cooper Elementary School, new kindergartners brought their essential supplies, all stuffed in their backpacks. So did their parents – straight from a tissue box.

Coaching, teaching mesh for Rogers’ David Casteal

David Casteal addresses his sixth-grade class as “learners,” as in: “Learners, here’s what going to happen.” On this October morning, Casteal’s learners at Cooper Elementary School are visited by Mads …

Cooper Elementary to mark National Walk to School Day

On Wednesday morning, students from Cooper Elementary School will participate in National Walk to School Day. Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, the lead agency for Safe Kids Spokane, has asked …

Skeffington-Gretsch retires after 29 years in Spokane schools

When Peggy Skeffington-Gretsch was growing up, first in Spokane and later in California, she somehow always knew she wanted to be a music teacher. And when Cooper Elementary School’s bell …

Education Notebook: Students work for Uganda

Southside Christian Middle School students recently invested in the lives of hundreds of Ugandan students, thousands of miles away, through a project organized by their Bible teacher Carli Robinson. At …