November 19, 2015
Snowfall covers icy roads
Snow-covered, icy roads prompts rural school closure
Icy road conditions prompt decision
Freezing rain prompts school district decision to cancel classes today.
Morning preschool canceled
More schools announce late start due to freezing rain
Freezing rain prompts delay in class schedule
Grandview Extra Mile Student Learning Center founder Gene Iwami chats with center participants Norma Alvarez (L) and Yadira Alvarez (R) about a piece of homework Wednesday afternoon.
Larger study rooms and expanded recreational spaces are the first thing visitors to the Extra Mile Student Center notice when they enter the center’s new facility at 300 W. Second St.
GRANDVIEW – There is good news for the students in YVCC’s Yakima Valley Vintners program. They all passed and the wine making students now have medals to prove it.
The U.S. Forest Service is offering all fourth graders the opportunity to obtain a free Christmas tree permit through the Every Kid in a Park initiative.
Two high school students and a teacher were honored last Saturday during the local American Legion post’s “SOS Brunch.”
The lunchroom at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School was a mini-museum last night, filled with fossils, masks, dolls, bones and a variety of activities for children of all ages to explore.
Parents asked to call school about their children
Parents of Prosser-area students attending Paterson school should call
Dust storm blankets state Highway 221; school bus route to Prosser delayed
A joint effort between Heritage University and the Yakama Nation Tribal School is giving students a jump start toward a career in engineering.
Seattle’s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture’s mobile unit will be on display at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School on Monday, Nov. 16, to kick-off a month long natural history unit at the school.
Joyelle Kilian, 8, of Sunnyside recently was awarded an Honorable Mention medal at the Central Washington University 2015 Sonata-Sonatina Festival last month.