The school district's Coe Facility is in flux.
Columbia Gorge Community College is asking for public input about an on-campus student housing project in The Dalles.
The Columbia Gorge STEM Hub recently announced the recipients of the winter 2017-18 STEM Educator Microgrants.
The Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute is hosting a free volunteer workshop for anyone interested in learning about place-based education in the Gorge and local volunteer opportunities in environmental education. The workshop will be held on Thursday, Jan. 11 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Hood River Library Meeting Room, 502 State St., downtown Hood River.
Coming to a classroom near you
What if there were magical high schoolers who could come to your classroom and teach your science class for the day?
At May Street School, crews with Kirby Nagelhout Construction are working throughout winter break to prepare new playground areas on the east side of the campus in time for resumption of school on Monday.
‘Future of Peace’ theme explored
The Hood River Lions Club has awarded the three selected winners of its annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest. This year’s theme is “The Future of Peace.” The winners received their awards Dec. 9 at the Hood River Library.
School may be out, but workers are in.
In November, The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) Board of Directors approved more than $3.7 million in grants to metro Portland nonprofits.
Christmas is a time of fragrant traditions, none more so than the eighth annual May Street Elementary School coffee sale.
Hood River Valley High School Girl Up chapter will be sending 100 bikes to Malawi in Africa and Guatemala in Central America through the United Nations School Cycle Initiative thanks to community support.
The Beaverton School District’s “FutureBus,” a mobile maker-space and design studio, visited Cascade Locks Elementary School Dec. 14. In this unique partnership, a team from Beaverton shared design-thinking and robotics curriculum as well as what they’ve learned in two years running the FutureBus, stated a press release.
Thirty-six teams of students ages 9 to 14 competed at the First Lego League (FLL) robotics tournaments on Saturday, Dec. 9 and Sunday, Dec. 10. The Dalles Middle School event welcomed teams from as far as Hermiston, Heppner, Irrigon and Ione as well as Klickitat, Stevenson, Dufur, Mosier, Centerville, Hood River and The Dalles. Eleven teams were chosen to advance to the state competition in Hillsboro in January.
As temperatures begin to drop, stress levels start to lower for seniors at Hood River Valley High School applying to college.
Makena Zorza and Janessa Castañeda, both Hood River Valley High School seniors, have been selected as the Hood River Elks Lodge November Students of the Month.