OROVILLE – Oroville School District has confirmed that several students have contracted a skin infection known as impetigo. Although impetigo is not usually a serious condition, it is very infectious, and if not treated promptly complications may occasionally occur. The infection seemed to have first shown up on several of the Oroville High School football [...]
TONASKET – Tonasket School District Board members voted to postpone running the school bond again until February of 2017. The decision was reached at the September 28 regular board meeting after much deliberation and discussion of critical needs within the schools, including finding space for growing enrollment numbers.
OROVILLE – “Schools in session and things are going very well,” Steve Quick, Oroville School District Superintendent told the school board at their Monday, Sept. 28 meeting.
Tonasket School District Press Release August 27, 2015 Key Communication Points Concerning the Start of School for Tonasket SD. Communication The district will use the following means to communicate with staff, students, parents, and the community: Reader Board, Press Release, Facebook, email, Robo Calls, District Webpage [...]
The new school year starts Wednesday, Sept. 2 for the Tonasket School District, with back to school assemblies held at 8:30 a.m. in the gymnasiums. The high school, middle school and elementary schools will open their offices back up Wednesday, Aug. 19 for new student enrollment and for updating student information. A school district open [...]
TONASKET – Tonasket School District Board members and Superintendent Steve McCullough held a work session during their board meeting August 10, 2015; exploring Team Operating Principles and Protocols, discussing the Levy and Bond Timeline, and examining a Superintendent Evaluation Process.
OKANOGAN – As of Thursday’s vote count Kolo Moser and Ryan Frazier were still the top vote getters for Oroville School Board Directors Positions 2 and 5, respectively.
TONASKET – Trisha Schock, External Business Manager for Tonasket School District through North Central Educational Services District presented a first reading of the 2015-16 budget to the Tonasket School Board Monday, July 27.
OROVILLE – The majority of the Oroville School Board seemed less than ready to approve staff members carrying guns, but the district will forge ahead with Gap training for the 2015/16 school year and won’t arm staff.
OROVILLE – While it was advertised as a public input meeting on Gap training and the potential arming of trained school staff, most people who attended seemed to be content to listen to Jon Ladines founder of Force Dynamics explain his training programs.