Education

State court explains ruling in defamation case

Reykdal failed to prove the statement as ‘demonstrably false’

Rob Clark is officially sworn in as the interim superintendent of the Sequim School District by Judge Brian Coughenour in August 2019. Clark on leave as of Oct. 22 pending the outcome of a complaint, school district officials said this week. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley
Rob Clark is officially sworn in as the interim superintendent of the Sequim School District by Judge Brian Coughenour in August 2019. Clark on leave as of Oct. 22 pending the outcome of a complaint, school district officials said this week. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley

School districts seek input to recruit ideal leaders

Surveys open to each community through Oct. 30

Data shows enrollment decline in state’s schools

Enrollment at public schools in Washington state has declined by about 31,000 students compared to last year, mostly because of… Continue reading

School boards kick off search for leaders

Port Townsend, Chimacum plan focus groups, set timeline to find superintendents

Studium Generale to host historian

“Lorraine Hansberry’s American Radicalism” lecture to be presented online

Port Townsend student on honor roll for summer 2020

Spokane Community College recently named Brittany Jones of Port Townsend on its summer 2020 honor roll. Students must earn a grade-point average of… Continue reading

Alicia Kaake, left, talks to her daughter Freya Kaake as she sits in her seat for the first time in Mrs. Teague-Schmeltz’s classroom at Hamilton Elementary School in Port Angeles. Monday was the first day of school for kindergartners and first-graders in the Port Angeles School District. Desks are at least 6 feet apart and all students and teachers are wearing face masks. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Hybrid school in session

Monday was the first day of school for some in Port Angeles

Alicia Kaake, left, talks to her daughter Freya Kaake as she sits in her seat for the first time in Mrs. Teague-Schmeltz’s classroom at Hamilton Elementary School in Port Angeles. Monday was the first day of school for kindergartners and first-graders in the Port Angeles School District. Desks are at least 6 feet apart and all students and teachers are wearing face masks. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

NOLS, Clallam Resilience Project team up for virtual workshop series on resiliency

To help community members build knowledge, skills and resilience, the North Olympic Library System has teamed up with the Clallam Resilience Project… Continue reading

Hamilton Elementary wins national Blue Ribbon School award

Port Angeles school is one of four to be given honor in state

Peninsula College offers online Studium Generale for first time

For the first time in its 50-year existence, Studium Generale is going virtual. Peninsula College’s Studium Generale opens its 2020 Fall Quarter… Continue reading

Brinnon School District receives $185k grant

Brinnon School District receives $185k grant

Funds to be used for a new modular building with two classrooms

Brinnon School District receives $185k grant

Port Angeles superintendent holds weekly virtual luncheon

Discussion on the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association