A Jemtegaard Middle School girl's design skills helped her win a Washougal Schools Foundation art contest to find a logo for its annual fun run, the Student Stride for Education. Eighth-grader Taylor Grasseth's drawing of the Stride Cat mascot won her that honor, and she was honored at a March 28 assembly. Taylor is a student in Gabrielle Iverson's advanced art class. The Student Stride for Education, a 5K run/walk, will be held May 17 at Washougal High School's Fishback Stadium.
Are you smarter than a fourth-grader? Try to solve this math problem: Five friends ordered 3 large sandwiches. James ate ¾ of a sandwich. Katya ate ¼ of a sandwich. Ramon ate ¾ of a sandwich. Sienna ate 2/4 of a sandwich. How much sandwich is left for Oscar?
Keven Carlson-Aguilar, 26, was sentenced today to 67 days in jail for having sexually-oriented conversations online with a 10-year-old girl from Washougal. He will be required to register as a sex offender for 10 years.
CAMAS — Liberty Middle School wrapped up one of its first experiments with Common Core-driven coursework this week as Washington schools prepare to adopt new education standards in the next school year.