Education

Seattle superintendent urges no in-person schooling for fall

Seattle’s school district superintendent has decided against having students return to the classroom in the new… Continue reading

First Teacher sets talk about COVID-19

Nurse Sonja Bittner will talk about COVID-19 health guidelines and considerations and masks at a First Teacher parent meeting on Zoom at 10… Continue reading

Grant helps Peninsula College boost humanities staff, programs

A $150,000 federal grant will boost Peninsula College humanities staff positions and projects impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, college officials said. Funded… Continue reading

Local student now Utah graduate

Sequim resident Mackenzie Marmol graduated from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City at an April 30 ceremony. Marmol was… Continue reading

Peninsula College officials welcome repeal of visa rule change
Peninsula College officials welcome repeal of visa rule change

UW no longer requiring standardized test scores

The University of Washington has announced that it will no longer require standardized test scores, such as the SAT or the ACT, for… Continue reading

Peninsula College resurrects summer community education classes

Peninsula College resurrects summer community education classes

Peninsula College is bringing back community education classes this summer, offering flexible opportunities for online learning. Budget cuts led to the suspension of the program… Continue reading

Peninsula College resurrects summer community education classes
Chimacum School District continues search for superintendent
Chimacum School District continues search for superintendent
Parenting Matters Foundation names new executive director
Parenting Matters Foundation names new executive director
Quileute Tribe begins building new school

Quileute Tribe begins building new school

Children to be moved to site out of tsunami zone

Quileute Tribe begins building new school
Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options

Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options

Location expansion, training some ways discussed to help

Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options

Sequim student makes Montana State University honor roll

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

Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council

Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council

Peninsula College has announced the officers and members of its 2020-21 Associated Student Council. Katelyn Sheldon, of Port Angeles, will serve as… Continue reading

Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council

Port Angeles resident graduates from Berry College

Port Angeles resident Chi Hong Kwok recently graduated from Berry College in Rome, Ga., with a Bachelors of Science in biology. Kwok… Continue reading

Peninsula College names vice president for instruction

Peninsula College names vice president for instruction

Steven L. Thomas was former vice president for academic affairs at a Maryland community college

Peninsula College names vice president for instruction
Chimacum graduates

Chimacum graduates

Chimacum High School holds a drive-by graduation ceremony for the 2020 seniors Saturday.… Continue reading

Chimacum graduates
Crescent High School grads

Crescent High School grads

Caleb Green is announced by Superintendent Dave Bingham, in the background, as the Valedictorian of the Class of 2020 from Crescent High School. All 18… Continue reading

Crescent High School grads

Washington schools expected to reopen this fall, if possible

Washington’s schools leader said he expects school districts to reopen buildings and return to in-person learning this fall as long… Continue reading