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LR Elementary October students of the month

Selected at Lake Roosevelt Elementary School as October students of the month were: from left - bottom row: Tayonna Timentwa, Estela Rodrigues Treu Fowler, Aiden Burton, Daxton Lenard, Shaylee...

 

Teachers awarded classroom grants

A dozen local teachers, including 10 in the Nespelem School District recently received grants from the North Central Education Foundation. The grants were awarded at the 2019 Teacher Classroom Grant Award reception held at Confluence Technology...

 

September students of the month

Selected as students of the month for September at Lake Roosevelt Elementary School included: Emmalee Rasmussen, Cody Horton, Macy Paslay, Erik Valenzuela, Skyla Flores-Thomas, Nayeli Beltran,...

 

Elementary gym floor to be replaced

The gym floor at Lake Roosevelt Elementary needs replacing only five years after the gym, and the school, were built. The Grand Coulee Dam School District board approved the payment of $15,000 toward the replacement floor, the rest of the cost being...

 

69 cheers for spirit

Shaleese Flowers warms up before the halftime performance Friday night of some 69 elementary school cheerleaders in training who participated in a cheer clinic all week with Coach Lori Adkins and the...

 

Stepping it up

The Lake Roosevelt High School band performs in their new uniforms during halftime of the Raider football game Oct 25. The band received 60 uniforms in total, Music Teacher Karen Pace said, costing...

 

September students of the month at Nespelem School

Here are Nespelem's Students of the Month for September!...

 

Laplante attends college on scholarship

Dominic Laplante, of Electric City, is one of the 29 students at the Community Colleges of Spokane who are receiving help with the cost of their education this fall through the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship’s Career and Technical...

 

Red Cross offers school bus safety tips

School bells will be calling students back to the classroom soon and the American Red Cross wants to make sure every student is safe as they head back to school for the upcoming academic year. “While safety is a top priority for all students,...

 

New classroom grant offered to local area school districts

Friends of the Lower Grand Coulee (FLGC) has partnered with the North Central Educational Foundation (NCEF) to provide a new classroom grant to local area school districts, providing funding for small, impactful educational programs that will...

 

North Cascades Bank collecting school supplies for area schools

The Grand Coulee branch of North Cascades Bank is collecting backpacks and school supplies for local children in need. Cash donations are also welcome and will be used to purchase additional supplies. All items will be distributed to schools in the G...

 

NCB collecting school supplies for area schools

The Grand Coulee branch of North Cascades Bank is collecting backpacks and school supplies for local children in need. Cash donations are also welcome and will be used to purchase additional supplies. All items will be distributed to schools in the G...

 

Good manners earn Raiders full stomachs for free

Raiders football players’ good manners were rewarded with a surprise free meal recently. On their way to a football camp at Eastern Washington University June 30, seven hungry Raiders, accompanied by school board member Butch Stanger, stopped in a...

 

Lake Roosevelt Jr./Sr. High School honor roll

The following is the honor roll for second semester for Lake Roosevelt Jr./Sr. High School HIGH HONORS 3.5 - 4.0 SENIORS Lilyana Clark, Savanah Hobrecht, Robin Matt, Hannah Wapato, Addison Hansen, Shayla Schilling, Kaleb Horn, Anthony Nichols,...

 
 By Jacob Wagner    School    June 26, 2019

Lake Roosevelt trying for positive discipline rather than fear-based

Do fear tactics work as a discipline technique in schools? Not according to a slideshow that the Grand Coulee Dam School District board presented at their meeting in the Raider Hub at Lake Roosevelt High School. Between 30 and 40 people attended the...

 

Full court press

Jesse Prewitt, of Vancouver, Washington-based Cougar Mountain Gym Floors, uses a drum sander on the floor of Lake Roosevelt's Gailord Nelson Gymnasium June 20. Prewitt said that after doing a rough...

 

Received diplomas

Four area students met the requirements to earn a high school (HS21+) diploma through Big Bend Community College during the 2018-19 academic year. Among more than one hundred graduates of the...

 
 By Jacob Wagner    School    June 19, 2019

CDHS Beaver plaque unveiling set on July 4

A plaque with a bronze Coulee Dam High School Beaver mascot will be installed on the basalt pillar in front of Lake Roosevelt Schools and unveiled July 4 at 11 a.m. in a brief ceremony to which all are invited. Coulee Dam High School was open from...

 

Taylor Haven receives degree

Taylor Haven recently graduated Cum Laude from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Art in Biology and a minor in geology, while staying on the Deans list through every semester. He is the son of Gary Haven and grandson of Ed and...

 

LR Elementary students of the month for May

Here are the students of the month of May!...

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    June 12, 2019

Graduating 44, Class of '19 honors far more

On a day for celebrating their accomplishments, the Lake Roosevelt High School class of 2019 seemed to take as much joy in giving awards as getting them Saturday, as they took part in the annual...

 

Alumni Assoc. Awards Scholarships

The Grand Coulee High School Alumni Association got its start the fall of 2000 and awarded its first two scholarships the spring of 2001, $250 each to a boy and a girl graduate of Lake Roosevelt High School. Money for the scholarships is derived...

 

April Students of the Month at LR

Here are LR's best and brightest!...

 
 By Jacob Wagner    School    June 5, 2019

Local Boy Scouts seek their Eagle ranks with school projects

Lake Roosevelt Schools may receive a smoking rack for meat and some track and field improvements, courtesy of local Boy Scouts who want to earn the Eagle rank. Showaway Hunt and Reniff Herndon spoke t...

 
 By Scott Hunter    School    May 15, 2019

Nine Raiders head to track & field districts

The Raider track and field athletes competed at the District 5-6 2b subdistricts meet in Manson May 8, where nine Raiders qualified for the district tournament on Friday in Quincy. “Our throwers really shined,” Head Coach Lori Adkins said....

 

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