Crestline Elementary School Fire
A caravan of Evergreen Public Schools buses lurched to a stop in the Cemex/Fisher Quarry in east Vancouver. When the doors opened, four classes of Crestline Elementary School kindergartners tumbled out, ready for the sneak preview of Dozer Day. more
Cascade Park — Community members and businesses continue to give a financial boost to Evergreen Public Schools following the February Crestline Elementary School fire. Here are some recent donations:
Building 2 of the former Hewlett-Packard campus, now owned by SEH America, most likely will become the temporary home to Crestline Elementary School for the 2013-2014 school year.
Crestline students will apparently be moving to the old Hewlett-Packard campus at 18004 S.E. 34th St. next year, as workers rebuild their school that was destroyed in a Feb. 3 fire.
An African proverb says it takes a village to raise a child. When that child's school burns down, villages around the country respond.
Wearing a red T-shirt emblazoned with the words "I love Crestline," Payton Rush looks like a regular 9-year-old boy looking forward to spring break.
Washington's new governor said his Thursday budget message was inspired by the resilience he witnessed at Crestline Elementary last week.
Students and educators from Crestline Elementary School, which burned down last month, received a boost to their spirits Friday afternoon, when Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited and promised to help them get a new building as soon as possible.
Demolition of Crestline Elementary began Friday, signaling a new phase for the school, destroyed February in a three-alarm fire.
Cascade Park — Donations continue to flow in from the community to help Evergreen Public Schools in the wake of the February fire that destroyed Crestline Elementary School. Here are some of the latest contributions:
The digitally driven nonprofit AdoptAClassroom.org has donated $250 to each of the 30 teachers at Crestline Elementary School, which was destroyed in a Feb. 3 fire.
Not much is left among the charred remnants of Crestline Elementary School. A hollowed-out gymnasium, seared school books and memories — while seemingly scrapped in the cold, damp ash — are fuel for the fire's investigation.
Cash donations to Crestline Elementary School reached $45,000 this week, said Carol Fenstermacher, Evergreen Public Schools spokeswoman.
Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Deeder on Tuesday night said the district plans to have Crestline Elementary School students and staff under one roof beginning in September. He made the announcement to a packed audience during a school board meeting.
As fire investigators continue to sift through the charred rubble of the remains of Crestline Elementary School, leveled last week after an early-morning blaze, a question emerges: Could the same thing happen to another school?
The outpouring of community support for students, faculty and others affected by the Crestline fire has been so great we couldn't fit it all here in this space, so we've collected the generosity into one list. We'll continue to update it as we hear of more efforts. If you see something missing from our list, please email email@example.com.
Demolition starts at Crestline Elementary
Inside Crestline Elementary School
Crestline teacher settles in at Columbia Valley
Ellsworth prepares for Crestline students
Crestline Elementary School fire reflections
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