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EV continues K-8 transition

The East Valley School Board directed Superintendent John Glenewinkel to continue the transition to K-8 by moving the preschool and other programs to East Valley Middle School for the 2013-’14 …


St. Mark’s Lutheran preschool teacher departing after 31 years

Evelyn Nyholm’s first teaching job involved teaching elementary school music in 20-minute segments at seven different elementary schools, every week. The classrooms had no piano, she hauled around her own …


Teaching applications taken earlier at Spokane Schools

Kelsey Christensen loves her job teaching English language development at North Central High School. The trouble is, she has only a one-year contract with Spokane Public Schools and doesn’t know …


Riverside Elementary’s $10,000 long shot

Teacher Mindy Shaw entered a national contest on a whim to win $10,000 for Riverside Elementary School. She wrote a 300-word essay about the school’s aged computer lab, took a …


Education Notebook: Community invited to night of math

Spokane Public Schools officials are hosting math community nights to introduce new materials being considered for third- through eighth-grade students to community members. The materials are part of an update …


More states exploring move to arm teachers

A movement to arm teachers is gaining traction across the country in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shooting that killed 20 children and six adults. Free firearms safety training …


Teachers of blind honored as pioneers

VANCOUVER, Wash. – When Robin Lowell’s husband’s job required the family to move to Snoqualmie, 170 miles from Vancouver, Washington State School for the Blind retained Lowell and sought a …


Huge grant brings university students to Holmes Elementary

A $500,000 state grant will benefit those studying to become teachers at Whitworth and Gonzaga universities, as well as teachers and students at Holmes Elementary School in West Central. Spokane …


Visitors from Indonesia are a force for learning

A group of Indonesian teachers and principals visited Five Mile Prairie School last week to learn about nontraditional education. Traveling with the Friendship Force, an international exchange program, the 11 …


More Idaho teachers leave profession

BOISE — More Idaho teachers left the profession last year, but state officials say they’ve also certificated more educators. Data obtained today by The Associated Press shows about 1,800 teachers …


School Notes: Amaya wins Ignatian award for community service

Krysten Amaya, a junior at Gonzaga Prep, won the Ignatian Service Award, along with a letter in community service. Amaya has completed more than 200 hours of community service as …


HOPE School focuses on auditory development

For local children born with moderate to profound hearing loss, help learning to navigate a noisy world can be found at HOPE School. Located in the Health and Sciences Building …


Shawn Vestal: Hollow ring to education funding talk

School has started, just in time to ride the wave of our collective political pretense: Education is our top priority. That’s certainly the phrase to which everyone pays lip service. …


Education Notebook: G-Prep gets new science lab

Students at Gonzaga Prep will have a new science lab at the end of September thanks to a $220,240 grant from the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, which supports science, technology, engineering …


21 Idaho districts unilaterally set contracts for teachers

BOISE – At least 21 Idaho school districts are unilaterally imposing contract terms on teachers this week, after failing to reach agreement with local teachers unions – an option for …


Spokane Public Schools honors district retirees

Noralyn Johnson has spent 36 years in first grade in the Spokane Public Schools, and now she’s ready to move on. Last month Johnson was one of more than a …


Neva Ringwald retires as CV’s human resources director after 46 years in education

Sometimes educators may not work directly with students, but have an affect on them nonetheless. As human resources director, Neva Ringwald, 70, helps to hire teachers for Central Valley School …


Spokane Public Schools avoids further cuts

Spokane Public Schools’ budget situation for the 2012-’13 school year is better than it has been in almost a decade, meaning there will be no layoff notices or agonizing decisions …


Rockin’ Art fundraiser for public schools this Friday

The Spokane Public Schools Foundation will hold its annual Rockin’ Art fundraiser Friday. Works of art created by students, teachers and local artists are on display and up for purchase. …


Orchard Prairie wins art, science grant

When Kirsten Schierman found a small online grant for an educational project that combined art with science, the Orchard Prairie art and kindergarten teacher knew she had to apply. She …


Redinger chosen as new schools superintendent

A Virginia school administrator with deep ties to Eastern Washington will be the next superintendent for Spokane Public Schools. The school board decided on Shelley Redinger Saturday morning, school officials …


Spokane couple providing learning foundation in Malawi

Most classrooms in Spokane County look the same. Walk in and you’ll see rows of desks and chairs, a whiteboard, stacks of textbooks and cups filled with pencils. But when …


Education Notebook: Fifth-grader wins poster contest

Megan Anderson, a fifth-grader at Springdale Elementary School, was chosen to represent Washington state with her poster in the national Bring Our Missing Children Home art contest. This is the …


School worker pool won Mega Millions jackpot

BALTIMORE — Two public school teachers and a school administrator are sharing the spoils of last month’s record Mega Millions jackpot, planning trips to Europe, new homes and a daughter’s …


Education Notebook: National honor for All Saints teacher

Kolleen Murray, a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at All Saints Catholic School, 3510 E. 18th Ave., recently received the 2012 Distinguished Teacher Award from the National Catholic Educational Association. In …


Education Notebook: Orchestra concert, fashion show at Mead

The Mead High School Orchestra will celebrate friendship and love at the second annual Musical Heart Strings event on Friday at Mead High School from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The …


Schools notebook: Educators accorded honors

John Hagney, a teacher at Lewis and Clark High School since 1981, was named the Educational Service District 101 region’s Teacher of the Year. The award makes him a candidate …


Education Notes: Students hold fundraiser for burn victim

Students at Madison Elementary School showed how much they care for classmate Snezhana Dedkov by competing against one another to raise money for her. In October, Snezhana was in an …


School officials object to proposed state cuts

OLYMPIA – School officials from across Washington urged legislators to reject plans to cut four days out of the school year or reduce payments designed to help poor districts keep …


Washington stays near the top in board-certified teachers

Washington state has the second-most teachers in the nation who earned national board certification this year.