Grandview High School will have a closed campus for ninth grade students, as well as any student who has attendance or behavioral problems.
Thursday, Aug. 28, is the first day of school in the Grandview School District.
An interlocal agreement between Yakima County and the South Yakima Conservation District was amended by county commissioners yesterday (Tuesday).
Yakima County Commissioners Kevin Bouchey and Rand Elliott signed a contract with the Port of Sunnyside, awarding the port Supporting Investments in Economic Development (SIED) funding for improvements to the wastewater treatment facility.
Granger Municipal Court Judge Kathleen Hitchcock, who was recently charged with violating the state’s Code of Judicial Conduct by the Washington State Commission on Judicial Conduct, is still presiding over Granger courts.
The Port of Sunnyside received yet another pat on the back in observance of its 50th anniversary when Congressman Doc Hastings issued a formal letter of congratulation.
During their regular business meeting last night, Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners were briefed by Executive Director Jay Hester that costs to insure the district’s buildings and other assets will increase by about $1,500.
The Port of Sunnyside’s anaerobic digester will cost an extra $42,300.
Gov. Jay Inslee last Friday extended the burn ban for 20 counties east of the crest of the Cascades.
A bookkeeping issue was cleared up by the Sunnyside School Board members last Thursday night when they voted to roll money in the district’s self-insured dental fund back into the general fund.
The Sunnyside School Board last week approved a policy of allowing two unpaid holidays for reasons of faith or conscience to employees every calendar year.
At its Thursday night meeting, the Sunnyside School Board approved the surplus of a variety of district equipment and curriculum.
The Sunnyside School Board last Thursday night approved a contract with Nuestra Casa to provide family engagement services for two years.
The Sunnyside School Board approved its meeting schedule for the coming year, from August 2014 until July 2015.
The Sunnyside School Board at its Thursday night meeting approved the commissioning and completion of the Yakima Valley Technical Skills Center.