Education

Sequim School District’s board of Directors voted on Feb. 23 to retain Dr. Jane Pryne as the district’s superintendent through June 2022. (Photo courtesy of Sequim School District)

Sequim school board votes to keep Jane Pryne

Superintendent to serve through June 2022

 

Deadline for Monday Musicale scholarships March 29

Monday Musicale has announced that Monday, March 29, is the last day to apply for its 2021 music scholarships. The scholarships are… Continue reading

 

Anna DeGroote receives the Soroptimist International of Port Angeles nursing scholarship

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles awards nursing scholarship

Soroptimist International of Port Angeles has awarded its annual nursing scholarship to Anna DeGroote. DeGroote is the second recipient of the scholarship… Continue reading

Anna DeGroote receives the Soroptimist International of Port Angeles nursing scholarship

Washington Association for the Education of Young Children conference slated

The Olympic Peninsula chapter of the Washington Association for the Education of Young Children will present its 26th Building for the Future… Continue reading

Sequim High School student receives scholarship at Pacific Lutheran University

Pacific Lutheran University has awarded a President’s Scholarship to Aidan Braaten, a student at Sequim High School. According to a press… Continue reading

Joint schools chief candidate interviewed today

Port Townsend, Chimacum schools join for superintendent search

Peninsula College instructor to offer free improv workshop

A weekly improvisational theater workshop is set to begin tonight, free and online with Peninsula College professor Lara Starcevich, Olympic Theatre Arts and the Port… Continue reading

District reinstates Sequim High School principal to position

Shawn Langston agrees to work with mediator to ‘build trust’

Sequim native named to Montana State University dean’s list

Sequim native Willow Williams was named to Montana State University’s dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester. To qualify, a student must… Continue reading

Writer-illustrator Taylor Mermel of Marrowstone Island has published a pair of picture books to help children with stress and anxiety. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Grown-up child writes from own experience

Books provide resources for kids feeling overwhelmed

Writer-illustrator Taylor Mermel of Marrowstone Island has published a pair of picture books to help children with stress and anxiety. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Superintendent Marty Brewer, on left, receives a check from Ray Chirayath, center, and Lynn Bedford, on right, of the Port Angeles Education Foundation. The $50,000 grant will assist students who have difficulty accessing the internet from home in order to participate in distance learning.

$86K in grants awarded to Port Angeles School District

The Port Angeles Education Foundation recently awarded more than $86,000 in grants to the Port Angeles School District. Leading the list is… Continue reading

Superintendent Marty Brewer, on left, receives a check from Ray Chirayath, center, and Lynn Bedford, on right, of the Port Angeles Education Foundation. The $50,000 grant will assist students who have difficulty accessing the internet from home in order to participate in distance learning.
State Rep. Mike Chapman, right, speaks to first-grade students during a Thursday tour of Crescent School in Joyce as school Superintendent Dave Bingham, second from right, looks on. Chapman visited the school to see how the district's hybrid system of in-class and remote instruction was working and to discuss school funding issues. Crescent currently makes in-person instruction available to students in kindergarten through sixth grade with middle and high school students on campus on a two-day-per-week schedule intermixed with remote learning. All parents are given the option of remote instruction for their children. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

State Rep. Mike Chapman visits Crescent School

State Rep. Mike Chapman, right, speaks to first-grade students during a Thursday tour of Crescent School in Joyce as school Superintendent Dave Bingham, second from… Continue reading

State Rep. Mike Chapman, right, speaks to first-grade students during a Thursday tour of Crescent School in Joyce as school Superintendent Dave Bingham, second from right, looks on. Chapman visited the school to see how the district's hybrid system of in-class and remote instruction was working and to discuss school funding issues. Crescent currently makes in-person instruction available to students in kindergarten through sixth grade with middle and high school students on campus on a two-day-per-week schedule intermixed with remote learning. All parents are given the option of remote instruction for their children. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

WSU master gardener training program offered online

Registration ends today for the 2021 Home Horticultural training program offered by the Washington State University Clallam County Extension. The course will… Continue reading

Sequim School District investigations ongoing

Officials expect conclusions to be reached in January

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Pollanz scholarship winners announced

Port Angeles High School students earn awards

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Studium Generale on self-publishing for industry, social change talk set

Samantha Schmehl Hines will offer the final Studium Generale for the fall quarter at 12:30 p.m. Thursday. Her lecture, “Space Raptor Butt… Continue reading