Schools

Oroville students attend Prevention Seminar

YAKIMA – Last week, three Oroville High School students attended the Washington State Prevention Summit in Yakima, Wash.

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Oroville schools salute veterans with assembly

OROVILLE – Oroville schools held a special Veteran’s Day Assembly to honor local veterans last Thursday in Coulton Auditorium.

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Oroville FBLA attends Fall Leadership Conference

MOSES LAKE — The Future Business Leaders of America Fall Leadership Conference led by North Central Region Vice President, Mikaela McCoy, a State Officer and Oroville High School Senior, took place recently in Moses Lake at Big Bend Community College.

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Oroville School Board Special Meeting

OROVILLE – The Oroville School District has announced that there wouldn’t be a quorum for the next school board meeting, planned for Monday, Sept. 25, so the district has called for a special meeting

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Oroville School District seeks board member to fill empty seat

OROVILLE – The Oroville School District is short one school director in the at-large position and is seeking letters of interest from people who want to serve on the board.

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Judge dismisses former teacher’s lawsuit against Oroville School District, ex superintendent

OKANOGAN – Okanogan County Superior Court Judge Henry Rawson dismissed former teacher Ryan Frazier’s wrongful dismissal lawsuit against the Oroville School District and its former superintendent, Steve Quick.

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Tonasket School District welcomes 19 new teachers

TONASKET — High School Principal Brian Ellis hauled his BBQ from home to the school district office Friday, Aug. 25, to treat 19 new staff members to burgers and dogs as part of their new staff day orientation.

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Washington Service Corps, Reading Corps need 792 service seekers now

OLYMPIA – The Washington Service Corps and the Washington Reading Corps need a total of 792 service seekers: people interested in making a difference.

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Boys & Girls Clubs on the Colville Reservation expand

NESPELEM – The Boys and Girls Club on the Colville Reservation will be expanding to the Nespelem Community Center with a soft opening June 21 at 10 a.m. The Colville Business Council is pleased to announce this partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County based on the success in the Inchelium Community [...]

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Wenatchee Valley College graduation and nurses pinning ceremonies

Wenatchee Valley College commencement exercises and nurses pinnings are scheduled for Friday, June 16, for the Wenatchee campus and Saturday, June 17, for the Omak campus.

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