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Starting in fall 2022, schools in Washington are required by law to provide menstrual hygiene products in all restrooms designated for female students and at least one gender-neutral restroom.

Hockinson High sophomores raise money to stock hygiene products in restrooms

Starting in fall 2022, schools in Washington are required by law to provide menstrual hygiene products in all restrooms designated for female students and at least one gender-neutral restroom.

March 21, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Health

On a cold day in January, Lilly Crabb went to the principal’s office. She wasn’t in trouble; in fact, she had some concerns of her own. Read story

Second grade students at North Fork Elementary held a 'Two-Tuesday' Parade in recognition of Feb. 22, 2022.

Woodland second-graders celebrate 2-22-22

Second grade students at North Fork Elementary held a 'Two-Tuesday' Parade in recognition of Feb. 22, 2022.

March 20, 2022, 6:03am Community

Second-grade students at North Fork Elementary School held a “Two-Tuesday” Parade in recognition of a unique date: Feb. 22, 2022 (or 2/22/22 when abbreviated). Read story

Alberto Vasquez-Ramirez is one of Ridgefield School District's Students of the Month, with an exceptional story of resilience.

Ridgefield School District honors March Employee and Students of the Month

Alberto Vasquez-Ramirez is one of Ridgefield School District's Students of the Month, with an exceptional story of resilience.

March 20, 2022, 6:03am Community

The Ridgefield School District recognized the March 2022 Employee and Students of the Month during a regular Board of Directors meeting. Read story

Senior Ethan Zanoli, the marketing manager for Cascadia Technical Academy's Information Technology Program, tests a monitor that was donated Saturday during the program's annual Electronic Waste Recycling Event. At top are harvested computer parts that were dropped off Saturday. This year marks the event's 10th anniversary.

Cascadia Tech students rake in electronics to be recycled

Senior Ethan Zanoli, the marketing manager for Cascadia Technical Academy's Information Technology Program, tests a monitor that was donated Saturday during the program's annual Electronic Waste Recycling Event. At top are harvested computer parts that were dropped off Saturday. This year marks the event's 10th anniversary.

March 19, 2022, 8:17pm Clark County News

Where do electronics go when they die? Read story

Laurie Case Wilhite stands overlooking the Columbia River. She kayaked 250 miles of the river on her epic journey from John Day Dam to Astoria, Ore.

Paddle to the Pacific: Former Clark County teacher makes epic 250-mile journey

Laurie Case Wilhite stands overlooking the Columbia River. She kayaked 250 miles of the river on her epic journey from John Day Dam to Astoria, Ore.

March 18, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

One woman in a kayak versus 250 miles of the mighty Columbia River — sometimes serene and breathtakingly beautiful, sometimes choppy and riddled with treacherous currents, and always buffeted by wind. Read story

Columbia River English and history teacher Natasha Flak, from left, history teacher Dave Douglas and paraeducator Ewa Teipel talk to world history teacher Tim Smith and his class Wednesday at Columbia River High School. In addition to leading the fundraising effort for refugees in Poland, the group has worked to teach students about fielding breaking news of the conflict and identifying forms of misinformation.

Columbia River High School faculty members create fundraiser to support Ukrainian refugees

Columbia River English and history teacher Natasha Flak, from left, history teacher Dave Douglas and paraeducator Ewa Teipel talk to world history teacher Tim Smith and his class Wednesday at Columbia River High School. In addition to leading the fundraising effort for refugees in Poland, the group has worked to teach students about fielding breaking news of the conflict and identifying forms of misinformation.

March 17, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

As the shocking imagery of Russia’s first steps into Ukraine spread across social media, so did a wave of uncertainty and confusion for those across the world who were detached from the history and context of the conflict. Read story

COVID-19 cases still declining in Clark County schools

March 17, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Health

Clark County school districts are reporting 51 new cases of COVID-19 in the past week, continuing a pattern of decline since late January. Last week, schools reported 77 new cases of the virus. Read story

Kindergarten sign-ups on at all Clark County school districts

March 17, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Clark County school districts are now enrolling kindergarten students for the 2022-23 school year. Educational Service District 112 encourages families with children who will be 5 years old by Aug. 31 to start the enrollment process now. Read story