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 School    December 10, 2014

LR honor roll for first quarter

The following is the first quarter for Lake Roosevelt Jr./Sr. High School HIGH HONORS 3.5 – 4.0 SENIORS Hannah Manon, Terin Hazard Clare Castrodale, Shaine Thomas, Anthony Desautel, Steven Joseph, Octavio Alejandre, John Antone, Kendra Descoteaux,...

 
 School    December 10, 2014

PTA to meet

People who would like to get involved in continual school improvement can attend the Grand Coulee Dam Area PTA this Thursday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. at the Lake Roosevelt cafeteria....

 
 School    December 10, 2014

School holiday concerts set

Three holiday concerts are scheduled for music students in the Grand Coulee Dam School District this month, Music Director/Specialist Lisa Vaughan said this week. • The Lake Roosevelt High School...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    December 3, 2014

New counselor named for LR Elementary

Nate Piturachsatit has moved from physical education coordinator to counselor at Lake Roosevelt Elementary School. The change was approved by the Grand Coulee Dam School District board for the remainder of the year. Principal Lisa Lakin said this...

 
 School    November 26, 2014

First quarter honor roll at Nespelem School

The following is the first quarter honor roll at Nespelem School. 1st Grade - Talise Adolph, Sadie LaClaire, Denise Simpson, Norma Lowery, Qwentana Quiltanenock. Adryanna St. Pierre, Nikolas Seymour 2nd Grade - Zyven Boyd, Hope Harris, Skyler...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    November 26, 2014

New school stinks, literally

Officials at Lake Roosevelt Elementary are trying to figure out why one of the first-grade classrooms picks up a sewer smell off and on. It happens in Kim Campbell’s first-grade room, and on occasion drives her and her 18 students across the hall...

 
 School    November 19, 2014

Workshops announced for students thinking about starting college winter quarter

Two workshops for persons interested in starting classes during winter quarter 2015 at Big Bend Community College will be held in the BBCC library on Nov. 21 and Dec. 5. The “Start Next Quarter” workshops will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. in...

 
 School    November 12, 2014

Students of the Month

Students selected for the month of October....

 
 School    October 29, 2014

Buy a Paver to help build a gym

The LRHS Associated Student Body has been selling "Pavers" as a fundraiser to support extra-curricular programs, this time we are running this fundraiser to have the funds go to "Build a Gym Fund"....

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    October 29, 2014

Board accepts personnel changes

The Grand Coulee Dam School District board approved a number of hires, allowed a leave of absence, and approved the retirement of a veteran counselor at its meeting Monday night. The board met in the new school after providing a tour of the building...

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    October 22, 2014

Family STEM night well attended

Wednesday night, science program students at Lake Roosevelt High School stood by exhibits offering to explain some complex subjects they've been learning lately, and those questioned by The Star...

 
 School    October 15, 2014

Two honored on WSU President's Honor Roll

Two local students have been recognized as standing above the rest with excellent academic performance at Washington State University during the 2014 summer semester, the school said last week. Taima Nichole Carden, of Coulee Dam; and Nicole Ashley...

 
 School    October 15, 2014

Homecoming Royalty crowned for 2014 at Lake Roosevelt High School

The votes were in and the crowns went on Friday night at Greene Field in Coulee Dam, as Lake Roosevelt High School's homecoming royalty took the field at halftime of the football game against Mabton....

 
 School    October 1, 2014

School brief - Hired staff

Grand Coulee Dam School District directors Monday night OK’d the hire of people in eight positions: • Shannon Peterson, Title I paraprofessional • Jennika Hill, one-on-one paraprofessional • William Kemble, bus driver and transportation...

 
 School    October 1, 2014

Quadriplegic to speak at Disabilities Month event

Jake French dreamed of working in the woods as a forester before a tragic accident shattered his dreams. After becoming a quadriplegic, he emerged as an inspirational speaker and author. The author of a book titled “Life Happens. Live It!”,...

 
 School    September 17, 2014

McClure earns AA

Rachel McClure received her AA degree at Walla Walla Community College this past June. She is now attending Washington State University. McClure is the daughter of Davy and Joy McClure of Nespelem...

 
 School    September 17, 2014

BBCC offers GED and HS21+ classes

Students who need to brush up prior to taking the 2014 Series GED exams have that opportunity beginning next week. The class is available to students sixteen years old and older, although students between 16 and 19 years old must be officially...

 
 School    September 10, 2014

Taking advantage of space

Windows at the top of the wall, above the ducts, add light, as does the view window that dominates the stairwells at the end of a hall in the new school. — Scott Hunter photo...

 
 School    September 10, 2014

Tables waiting

A worker contemplates his next move Friday in the Jr-Sr Hi cafeteria of the new Lake Roosevelt School, where tables were waiting to be righted and floors cleaned. - Scott Hunter ph...

 
 School    September 10, 2014

BBCC offers classes and expands H.S. diploma options

Students in the local area have had opportunities to sharpen their skills in preparation for the GED exams, improve workplace skills, and prepare for college; and that’s still true. Now, however, adults who lack a high school diploma have a new way...

 
 School    September 10, 2014

Distorted, but close to ready

A distorted panorama shot was the only way to present a whole primary grade room classroom. Electric lights will brighten as the sun goes behind clouds, saving energy costs. Windows let in light, but...

 
 By Roger S Lucas    School    September 10, 2014

Little known facts about the new school complex

The public is in for some surprises when they tour the new school complex in Coulee Dam this Friday: - Polished concrete floors sparkle and give off a sense of expensive treatment. Workers have ground square borders in areas to resemble tiles. -...

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    August 27, 2014

Nespelem school fills last-minute job openings

In an avalanche of last-minute personnel changes, Nespelem Elementary School covered all its employee bases Monday, as new Principal Debra Pankey walked the school board through a configuration of...

 

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