Hood River Valley High School students excelled in health and science occupational knowledge competition at the recent state HOSA conference, earning berths at nationals June 24-29 in Orlando, Fla.
The Gorge Technology Alliance held its first-ever STEAM Career Day for students in the region April 25 in The Dalles.
OSU Home Extension Services invites the community to join the Mid-Columbia Family and Community Education Study Groups on their annual Spring Tour, set for May 22.
Climbing volcanic trails. Making fresh mozzarella cheese. Bicycling through alfalfa fields. Hunting for salmon. Cascade Mountain School isn’t your typical summer camp. It takes a roll-up-your-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty approach to outdoor education, attracting budding scientists, aspiring farmers and everything in-between.
In school cafeterias, it’s food for thought
You could say the classrooms move each weekday to the warm, aromatic basement of Parkdale Elementary School, starting at about 11 a.m. Kitchen staff are there to help with the learning.
Columbia Gorge Community College and Google are proud to announce the 2014 Student Wind Challenge, which will be held at The Dalles Civic Auditorium May 3.
Hood River Middle School has released its list of students on the honor roll for second quarter:
Delia Dolan and Tony Cohn, both seniors at Hood River Valley High School, were recognized for their academic excellence and community service at a recent Hood River Elks Lodge meeting. Both students received a check for $100 and are among the 18 students who are in the running for the “Student of the Year” Awards which will be presented on Sunday, June 1.
Neely Kirwan will be the next director of curriculum and instruction for Hood River County School District.
Hood River County School District is facing its ninth straight year of financial reductions.
Dave Fults has a dual perspective of Hood River Valley High School: He teaches government, advanced government and “economics as needed” to seniors, but he’s also a parent; three of his four boys have graduated from HRVHS (Ritchie, Seth and Eli), and his youngest (Sam) is a sophomore.
Columbia Gorge Community College’s foreign language program fosters cross-cultural collaboration, problem solving and character development for both students and the community at large.
Meet them at Saturday’s FFA steak feed, auction
The FFA chapter at Hood River Valley High School is an active bunch, as you will learn Saturday if you attend the fifth-annual Steak Feed and Silent Auction, 6 p.m. at HRVHS.
The Start Making A Reader Today “Reading Matters” tour visited Westside Elementary School on April 18.
When Ron Wyden told an auditorium full of students, “Let’s focus on the big issues and just have some fun,” he went first.