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Storyteller shares first American tales

Stories about spider web-like dreamcatchers and the courting methods of young Native American couples were among the tales shared with Sunnyside Pioneer Elementary School third graders last Tuesday.

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GHS students off to Ecuador this summer

GRANDVIEW – Grandview High School sophomore Alondra Perez says she looking forward to trying new experiences this coming August when she and seven other GHS students head to Ecuador on a nine-day service trip.

Sunnyside School Board Agenda

Thursday, March 26, 2015, 810 E. Custer Ave., 7:30 p.m.

Compass flea market vendors sought

GRANDVIEW – Grandview Compass High School’s leadership class is hosting a bazaar and indoor flea market Saturday, April 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the high school on West Second Street.

Grandview sets registration for kindergarten, pre-school

GRANDVIEW – Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, the Grandview School District will begin registering kindergarten and pre-school students for the 2015-16 school year.

Marlee Weets receives apple foundation accolades

WENATCHEE – Harrison Middle School seventh grader Marlee Weets is one of 10 students to receive a $40 gift card courtesy of the Washington Apple Education Foundation.

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Sunnyside students to compete in state welding competition

Two Sunnyside welders will be demonstrating their skills in a state welding competition after earning first- and second-place honors in the district and regional competitions.

Mabton High School student elected FFA District IV president

MABTON – Mabton High School FFA Chapter President Jessica Vazquez was elected this past Monday to serve as the 2015-16 District IV FFA President.

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Payton Sample earns trip to Pittsburgh as regional science fair winner

KENNEWICK – Earning grand prize honors at the 2015 Mid-Columbia Regional Science and Engineering Fair is “a big thing,” admits Sunnyside High School senior Payton Sample.

Timeline of Supreme Court’s McCleary mandate

On Dec. 6, 2007, a lawsuit was filed in King County Superior Court against Washington state by the Network for Excellence in Washington Schools on behalf of Matthew and Stephanie McCleary and their two children in the Chimacum School District, and Robert and Patty Venema and their two children in Snohomish.

Political drama expected when legislators from both sides of aisle reveal education budgets next Monday

OLYMPIA - A political thriller earns its debut next Monday, March 23, at Olympia’s marble palladium.