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Corbett to vote on charter district on Nov. 20, MHCC hosts Native American storyteller and more

PMG FILE PHOTO - Corbett School Distrist Board is expected to approve turning the district into a charter district.

Corbett board likely to vote on charter

The Corbett School District board is expected to vote at its next meeting on whether the district should become a charter district so that it can continue to accept students from outside the district. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the multipurpose room at 35800 E. Historic Columbia River Highway.

The district also said that "A preliminary draft plan will be shared with the board that features four specific stepping stones that pave a path toward passing bonds to address the infrastructure needs of the District."

The district said "the plan includes a possible path to responsibly reducing district size while simultaneously reducing class size, reducing the number of required AP courses while maintaining rigor and opportunity, adding additional career technical education courses (CTE), and continuing with community engagement specifically through the visions and values and strategic planning process."

Felting for teens

Kids in sixth to 12th grade can learn to transform wool into small and intricate items such as food, animals or an anime character.

The free workshop, led by artist LeBrie Rich, will be from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Fairview-Columbia Library, 1520 N.E. Village St.

Call 503-988-5123 for more information.

MHCC hosts storyteller

To mark Native American Heritage Month, noted Native American storyteller Ed Edmo will spin his rich yarns from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center, Room AC 1050, at Mt. Hood Community College, 26000 S.E. Stark St.

The event is free, open to all and refreshments will be provided. Edmo engages the audience in interactive stories reflecting Native American culture.


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