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 School    September 28, 2016 

Nespelem School Board Briefs

Nespelem Elementary School’s board of directors saw new uniforms introduced at their meeting Sept. 21, which had been moved ahead from Sept. 26 so that Superintendent Rich Stewart could attend an Impact Aid conference in Washington D.C. Principal...

 
 School    September 14, 2016

John Adkins appointed to NAFIS Position

John M. Adkins, Superintendent of the Wellpinit School District and a resident of Coulee Dam, has been appointed President of the Washington State Impact Aid Association. This association is comprised of school districts on Indian lands and military...

 
 School    August 31, 2016

Fresh start

Kim Iverson, left, welcomes Rowena St. Pierre and family to her preschool classroom during an open house at Nespelem School Monday night. Nespelem students and community were invited to a community...

 
 School    August 31, 2016

Duclos graduates from EWU

Karah Duclos graduated from Eastern Washington University June 11, 2016, with a double major Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Professional Accounting, Cum Laude.  She plans to pursue her CPA within the next year. She is the...

 
 School    August 24, 2016

Welcome back night for Raiders

Lake Roosevelt Raiders will be holding a welcome back night Kindergarten through 12th grade Wednesday, August 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. Elementary students will be able to find out who their teacher is; 7th – 12th students will be able to choose their...

 
 School    August 24, 2016

New hires for schools

The Grand Coulee Dam School District board hired personnel to cover six vacant positions at a special meeting Monday. The special meeting also was a training session for members of the board. Hired were Alissa Mansker, as a second grade teacher;...

 
 School    August 17, 2016

Kids learn quilting in collaborative summer program

Local business and community organizations helped with a SHARP Kids summer program, resulting in a fundraiser and in learning about quilting. KISSed Quilts, Eagles Auxiliary, and members from the...

 
 School    July 27, 2016

Grand Coulee all-school reunion set

Anyone who ever went to, or worked at, Grand Coulee Schools is invited to an “All School Reunion” Friday and Saturday, August 12-13. At 7 p.m. Friday, alumni will get together at North Dam Park for visiting and for renewing old friendships,...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    July 27, 2016

New dean and AD hired for LR

The Grand Coulee Dam School District hired a dean of students and a new athletic director at Monday night’s board meeting. Dean of students at Lake Roosevelt High School for the next school term will be Charles Pierce, from Soap Lake. Pierce will...

 
 By r    School    July 20, 2016

New art will greet students in fall at Lake Roosevelt

When students return to school this fall they will see six huge abstract paintings hanging in their school. The paintings, by Portland artist Lucinda Parker, feature two birds or fish in an abstract...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    July 13, 2016

District approves ESD contract

The Grand Coulee Dam School District will pay more than $400,000 a year for services ranging from information technology management to bookkeeping under a contract approved in June. The disctrict board approved a $406,618 service agreement with the...

 
 School    July 13, 2016

Science teacher hired

The Grand Coulee Dam School District board hired a secondary science teacher Monday to replace veteran Ralph Rise. Hired was Mark Vinciguerra, 46, who taught this past school year in the Hoquiam School District. He holds a bachelor of arts degree...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    June 29, 2016

Admin changes made at schools

Five of six administration positions in the Grand Coulee Dam school system will change for the new school year. Superintendent Dr. Dennis Carlson concludes his six years here June 30, and is being replaced by Paul Turner. Turner was hired by the...

 
 School    June 29, 2016

Six abstract paintings go up at LR

Lucinda Parker, an abstract artist from Portland, Oregon, was here June 21 as six of her paintings were hung at various places in the Lake Roosevelt school building. Two of the 5-foot by 9-foot...

 
 School    June 22, 2016

Olson awarded scholarship

The P.E.O. awarded a $2,500 STAR Scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year to Andrea Olson, a senior at Almira/Coulee- Hartline High School. The STAR Scholarship was awarded to 400 high school seniors from a pool of 1,933 applicants nationwide. Ols...

 
 School    June 15, 2016

LR Elementary students of the month for May

Students at LR Elementary were recently selected as students of the month for May....

 
 School    June 15, 2016

Adkins makes Dean's List

Jesse Adkins recently made the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for Winter Quarter. To qualify for the list, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (out of...

 
 School    June 15, 2016

Three graduate at alternative school

Three students from the Grand Coulee Dam School District's alternative program received their high school diplomas Friday in a ceremony at the Grand Coulee Dam Middle School. Pictured from left are...

 
 School    June 8, 2016

Lake Roosevelt Schools honor Supt. Dr. Dennis Carlson

Tuesday afternoon school staff and officials started to say farewell to Supt. Dr. Dennis Carlson, who retires at the end of June. Here incoming Superintendent Paul Turner, left, presents a framed...

 
 School    June 8, 2016

Reunion planned, scholarships awarded

The Grand Coulee Alumni Association May 18 finalized plans for an all-school reunion and awarded more than double the number of scholarships they have in recent years. The all-school reunion will start Friday, Aug. 12, at 7 p.m., and continue with a...

 
 School    June 8, 2016

New college transfer agreements for computer science, music

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Higher education officials Monday announced two new agreements aimed at giving future community and technical college transfer students a jump start on bachelor’s degrees in computer science or music. The new “major related pro...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    June 1, 2016

School district passes audit

The Grand Coulee Dam School District received a clean audit for its financial statements and for federal grant compliance for 2015, according to a preliminary report that was shared with the school board last Tuesday night. The audit from the...

 
 School    June 1, 2016

Coffland and Payne receive FEA scholarships

The Grand Coulee Dam Federal Employees Association is proud to present two $500 scholarships to Rebecca Coffland, of Grand Coulee, and Cassandra Payne, of Electric City. Their achievements and success set an example for others to follow. The GCDFEA...

 
 School    June 1, 2016

Peter Rise has earned master's degree

Peter J. Rise, of Elmer City, will graduate June 11 from Oregon State University with a Master of Science in Statistics, the school announced last week. Rise graduated from Lake Roosevelt High School in 2010....

 
 School    June 1, 2016

Jake Adkins receives Doctor of Medicine

Jake Marshall Adkins, 2006 Lake Roosevelt High School graduate, has received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. He completed undergraduate work at Washington State University in 2010 (B.S. Chemical Engineering) and...

 

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