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The Rapids: Columbia River student body selects new mascot

April 16, 2021, 9:28am Clark County News

Things are rapidly changing at Columbia River High School. First construction, and now a new mascot.  Read story

Standardized tests for Washington students delayed until fall 2021

April 15, 2021, 3:34pm Clark County News

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has announced students in Washington won’t have to take two standardized tests this spring. Read story

Bocanegra seeks third term on Evergreen Public Schools’ board

April 16, 2021, 5:56am Clark County News

Julie Bocanegra has announced her candidacy for reelection to the Evergreen Public Schools’ Board of Directors. Read story

Standardized tests for Washington students delayed until fall 2021

April 15, 2021, 7:54am Latest News

Standardized exams for public school kids in Washington state will be delayed until the fall, state schools Superintendent Chris Reykdal announced Wednesday. Read story

The Legislative Building is shown partially shrouded in fog at the Capitol in Olympia. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Lawmakers divided on Washington education bill that eliminates state testing requirement for some student teachers

The Legislative Building is shown partially shrouded in fog at the Capitol in Olympia. (AP Photo/Ted S.

April 14, 2021, 8:02am Latest News

OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers are divided over an education bill that would eliminate a standardized assessment for student teachers that critics say is inequitable and unnecessary. Read story

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

Columbia River High School students weigh in on mascot

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

April 14, 2021, 6:01am Clark County News

Keith Blau is proud to be a Columbia River High School student, and, in eight weeks, will be a proud graduate as part of the Class of 2021. Read story

Mechanic Jeremy O'Hearn welds a part at Vigor Industrial in Vancouver in 2019. The Vancouver shipyard is partnering with Clark College on a welding program starting the summer term.

Clark College, Vigor partner on welding program

Mechanic Jeremy O'Hearn welds a part at Vigor Industrial in Vancouver in 2019. The Vancouver shipyard is partnering with Clark College on a welding program starting the summer term.

April 11, 2021, 6:03am Business

Behind a partnership with Vigor Industrial’s Vancouver shipyard, Clark College’s welding facility will launch a six-credit marine and pipe welding course starting in the summer 2021 term. Read story

Washougal High School students create homes for birds

April 10, 2021, 6:05am Community

WASHOUGAL — Washougal’s new Downtown Community Garden at 2036 Main St. will feature decorated cedar birdhouses created by Washougal High School woodworking students. The collaboration between the high school and city started last spring; students created birdhouse kits for local children to build for a since-canceled event. The materials, donated… Read story

CLARK COUNTY: "Change Sings," by Tyler McKinley, 12th grade, Kelso School District.

Southwest Washington students shine in regional art show

CLARK COUNTY: "Change Sings," by Tyler McKinley, 12th grade, Kelso School District.

April 10, 2021, 6:04am Community

CLARK COUNTY — The Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show streamed on Facebook Live on March 31. Viewers saw award-winning pieces, and heard from artists and teachers as they explained how they adapted to at-home teaching and learning during the pandemic. Read story

Girls Inc. tackles learning loss

April 10, 2021, 6:03am Community

CLARK COUNTY — The nonprofit organization Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest is working with area girls age 6 through 18 to address learning loss during the pandemic. The group works with 13 schools in Southwest Washington. Read story