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Celebrate 50th reunion

The Class of 1967 stops for a moment in front of their alma mater, then Grand Coulee High School, home of the Tigers, before touring the building and regrouping for lunch at The Melody. This was just...

 

Ready to cheer

These Lake Roosevelt High School cheerleader-hopefuls returned from summer camp with many awards for spirit and leadership development. They spent a week at CWU in Ellensburg July 17-21, bettering...

 

Calling all High School Cheerleaders

Tryouts for LRHS Football Cheerleading will begin on Wednesday, August 16 in the Art Room at 9 a.m. Candidates are reminded to have current paperwork and physicals to participate in tryouts. Forms can be found in school and district offices or on...

 

Former superintendent responds to retired custodian

Issues raised by retired custodian Ray Wells before the Grand Coulee Dam School District board were largely part of his job description and were misdirected, former school superintendent Dennis Carlson stated. Wells had appeared before the school...

 
 By Roger S. Lucas    School    July 26, 2017

Geology class added to LR choices

Geology will be taught at Lake Roosevelt High School beginning this fall. “It’s a natural fit,” Superintendent Paul Turner stated, “given the area we live in and the rich geology surroundings of the Grand Coulee area.” The new science...

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    July 26, 2017

Nespelem sets budget for school

Still worried about a possible lack of money coming in after the Legislature’s late decisions in double overtime last month, Nespelem School District Superintendent Mary Hall told school board members Monday it’s going to be a fiscally tight...

 

2nd semester honor roll noted

The following is the second semester honor roll for Lake Roosevelt Jr./Sr. High School. HIGH HONORS 3.5 to 4.0 SENIORS Brandon Jordan, Robin Matt, Matthew Tillman, Damian George, Roxanne Belgarde, Jazmine Reed, Olivia Arnold, Hannah Williams, Angelo...

 
 By Roger S. Lucas    School    June 28, 2017

Supplemental contracts approved for LR schools

The Grand Coulee Dam School District board Monday night approved a number of supplemental contracts for various functions at the school. Aaron Derr was issued supplemental contracts as a district website administrator and a 12th-grade advisor....

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    June 28, 2017

New Nespelem supt. sworn in

Nespelem School District has brought back Dr. Mary Hall, who was sworn in as the new superintendent at a board meeting Monday. The board also approved hiring Jeff Golding as a middle school science...

 

Class of 2021marks a milestone`

Eighth grade classes from both Lake Roosevelt and Nespelem held recognition ceremonies....

 

April students of the month

Third through Sixth grade, from left,Front Row: Jaelynn Vallee, Carmen Thomas, Eva Marchand, Middle Row: Summer Mori, Betsy Vil-lafana-Cruz, Caden Portch, Finn Beery, Aspen Smith, Back Row: Mick...

 
 By Linda McLean    School    June 21, 2017

Reservation youth share tech at state summit

Nespelem Elementary School students participated in the Governor's Summit on Career Connected Learning May 31 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, Washington, on the Microsoft Campus. The...

 

Class of 2030

Kindergarten students of Kim Iverson's recently held a graduation at Nespelem School. They include: Sally Lucei, Sitarah Palmer, April Bigwolf, Alex Vallee, Dorla Selam, and Jase Thomas. - submitted...

 

May students of the month

Lake Roosevelt Elementary students recently selected as May Students of the Month....

 

Educators also honored

Lake Roosevelt Junior/Senior High School Secretary Sheila Darnold was honored as support staff person of the year during the class of 2017's graduation ceremony Saturday. Gretchen Whitelaw was...

 

LR Elementary students of the month for April

LR Elementary students of the month for April...

 

Nespelem students of the month

Nespelem students of the month...

 

GCHS Alumni Association awards scholarships

For the first time Grand Coulee High School Alumni Association is awarding scholarships to graduating seniors from schools other than Lake Roosevelt High School. Scholarships in the amount of $500 each were awarded to five graduating seniors:...

 

Music Boosters getting active

The Grand Coulee Dam Music Boosters club is active again after over a year of dormancy. The club supports music education for local students by helping raise money to cover instrument rentals and more for K-12 students. The club is meeting on June...

 

Lions award Reichlin

Brooklyn Rose Reichlin of Electric City is the 2017 recipient of a $1,000 scholarship awarded by the Grand Coulee Dam Lions Club. The scholarship application process includes a review of applicants’ academic achievement, community service record,...

 

Grand Coulee Dam School District changes

The school board approved a number of personnel changes at its meeting Monday night. Susan Duclos resigned her paraprofessional position and then was hired to a Career Technical Education position. Levi Seekins has resigned his position as athletic...

 

School board briefs

• Grand Coulee Dam School District board member Richard Black will pass out diplomas to over 40 seniors at ceremonies scheduled for June 10. He was selected from among members of the board at its May 22 meeting. • The school board has delayed...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    May 31, 2017

School to receive music grant

The Lake Roosevelt Schools music department just won a $6,250 grant. Karen Pace, music director ,said the grant was given through the umbrella of the Washington Music Education Association. Pace directs four bands in the district and the...

 

Students of the Month for April

Students of the Month for April at Nespelem School include, from left - top row: Kandace Leith, mMixat Vargas-Thomas, Taylor Thomas; bottom row: Shyniah Dogskin, Nikolas Seymour, Louie Frank, Alan...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    May 3, 2017

Seniors plan trip to Seattle

This year’s senior class is planning a trip to Seattle and places beyond for its “senior trip.” But the 25 seniors and four adult chaperones will have to be “early birds” if they expect to catch the bus before it pulls out at 5 a.m. for...

 

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