GRANDVIEW – Longtime Grandview School District volunteer Lonnie Hendrickson says he is attempting to cut back on the number of hours he donates to the Grandview School District.
Both Sunnyside and Grandview high schools were earlier this week named among the top 10 percent of schools in Washington state for achievement and improvement in reading and math for three years in a row.
TOPPENISH – As the state of Washington faces a looming shortage of school teachers, principals and administrators, Heritage University is responding by taking several institution-wide steps to increase enrollment in postgraduate degree programs in teacher education and principal certification.
CHENEY – A number of Lower Valley students earned places on the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University for winter quarter 2014.
A total of 10 students achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the third quarter at Sunnyside Christian High School.
Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School saw 22 students earn perfect 4.00 grade point averages for the third quarter of the 2014-15 academic year.
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Yakima Valley Community College has named its fall quarter 2014 graduates.
BELLEVUE – The Sunnyside High School team took second-place honors in animatronics at the state Technology Student Association competition held March 26-28 in Bellevue.
GRANVIEW – Grandview High School students Samantha Bailes and Ulyses Osuna have been selected as the Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion vocational scholars for the third quarter of the current school year.
After winning the Excellence in Scientific and Engineering Achievement Award for the third year in a row, it only got better for Sunnyside High School’s science students.
Stadium upgrade won’t be delayed to accommodate graduation ceremony
Concerns about the relocation of the 2015 Grandview High School graduation ceremony dominated discussions at last night’s Grandview School Board meeting.
Although the Sunnyside School District has experienced unprecedented improvements in the last few years, three of the district’s schools are on the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s annual list of struggling schools released last week.