Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics education…

Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics education…

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Legislative attempts to mandate social studies in Oregon classrooms flop . Secretary of state's office shifts priorities to promote education program.
How media trends take shape and morph over time

How media trends take shape and morph over time

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Student Writers Advisory Group explores what's changed in the media this past decade and how it affects society
Education news in brief

Education news in brief

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Still time to register for Trail Blazers night, Grad party; art program receives donation, university students receive academic honors
Be a conscious consumer - think before you buy

Be a conscious consumer - think before you buy

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The negative rumors surrounding the corporation were enough to cause some trepidation, but nine times out of 10, convenience outweighed concern
Oregon Tech drops testing requirements for applicants

Oregon Tech drops testing requirements for applicants

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ACT, SAT now optional for new incoming students beginning with 2021 school year
Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)

Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)

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Lake Oswego Rivergrove elementary rookie robotics team places fourth, qualifies for state
An individual, but not such a different one

An individual, but not such a different one

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For children of immigrants and members of minority groups, this feeling is an ingrained part of life
Thoughts on Activism

Thoughts on Activism

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Student Writers' Advisory Group explores activism in the age of social media and globalization
'Happy holidays'  is not anti-Christmas

'Happy holidays' is not anti-Christmas

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Although some may feel that getting rid of religious affiliation on a coffee cup is taking away from their celebration of a holiday, it's really…
Translating passion into  progress

Translating passion into progress

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Kite performer, West Linn freshman Dylan Nguyen improves award-winning STEM project
Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner

Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner

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Therefore, my experience with large family dinners is limited to the 'Friends' Thanksgiving episodes and the stories my friends tell me.
Education news in brief

Education news in brief

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Food drives for the needy, scholarships for single women and help to become an exchange student
Thoughtless words through one-way glass

Thoughtless words through one-way glass

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The internet has the capability to breed great things, but it also can open doors to actions you might not normally do and words you might not…
Pertussis cases on rise

Pertussis cases on rise

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County health officials see twice as many with whooping cough this year than they did in 2018
New cohort of SWAG writers introduce one another

New cohort of SWAG writers introduce one another

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The Student Writers Advisory Group has some new faces for the 2019-2020 school year.
Make A Wish, Count To Three

Make A Wish, Count To Three

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Middle schoolers try out for hit musical 'Willy Wonka' to be presented in spring
Perfecting the art of procrastination

Perfecting the art of procrastination

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Everyone always wishes they had more time, but when this wish actually is granted, we generally don't capitalize on it.
School district to host suicide prevention training

School district to host suicide prevention training

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Nov. 20 event is first that will teach public Question, Persuade, Refer techniques
Move Halloween? There  are good reasons to do so

Move Halloween? There are good reasons to do so

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Since students will have school the next day and parents will have to work, no one wants to stay up late
Teens need more tools for smart social media use

Teens need more tools for smart social media use

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It's no secret that the majority of teenagers are almost constantly online, but that's inevitable in this new digital age. Arguably more concerning
Lowrie Harvest Festival draws a crowd

Lowrie Harvest Festival draws a crowd

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Schools throughout district hosted events for students, families last weekend
AtRocke performs first concert of school year

AtRocke performs first concert of school year

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Arts Tech High School rock band offers opportunities for musicians of all skill levels
School news in brief

School news in brief

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Don't miss Dia de los Muertes festival at Wilsonville High School on October 30
Journalism camp dread turns into delight

Journalism camp dread turns into delight

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I figured maybe if I waited until the very last minute to pack, my parents would show me pity and wouldn't make me go
A girl, a shoe, a prince ... revisited

A girl, a shoe, a prince ... revisited

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Wilsonville High School's production of 'Cinderella' gives modern twist to classic fairy tale
Education/kids in brief

Education/kids in brief

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Vaccine clinic includes measles; OIT hosting energy summit; community college grant helps support low-income students
Student enrollment changes vary across district

Student enrollment changes vary across district

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Wilsonville High School has room to grow, while WLHS has more youth than recommended
Education News in Brief

Education News in Brief

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District financial reporting, nutrition study and avoiding sextortion schemes with youth
Teens Head To National 4-h Competition

Teens Head To National 4-h Competition

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Clackamas County girls in 4-H equine program to represent state of Oregon next month
Robotics Tourney Puts Girls In Driver's Seat

Robotics Tourney Puts Girls In Driver's Seat

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Team 1425 competes at the Girls' Generation contest at Wilsonville High School

Teenagers should try to make a difference

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Teenagers should try to make a difference
Climate change: These issues matter, and as young people, our voices matter, too.

Learning to accept the things I cannot change

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Learning to accept the things I cannot change
I'd like to think that taking a path you never planned on builds character; you have to learn to adapt to a totally new way of life

WL-WV receives mixed results on state tests

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WL-WV receives mixed results on state tests
Portion of students found proficient in English and math drop, remain above state averages

Homecoming 2019

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Homecoming 2019
The homecoming football game Sept. 20 may have been a blowout - besting Cleveland 66-7 - but that's not all that happened at Wilsonville High School.…

Middle schools unify policies on cell phone use

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Middle schools unify policies on cell phone use
'Away for the Day' asks students across district to hang up during school time

Entering Inza R. Wood Middle School - together

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Entering Inza R. Wood Middle School - together
Inza R. Wood sixth grade students participate in back-to-school bonding event

West Linn-Wilsonville School District aims to make…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District aims to make…
Partnership with CCC gives students with disabilities access to college classes, activities

The importance of having an open mind

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The importance of having an open mind
'I made lifelong friends, learned lots about journalism, and met some amazing writers'

An afternoon of magic for Wilsonville families

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An afternoon of magic for Wilsonville families
West Linn Public Library hosts free Harry Potter Night, sponsored by the WL Library Foundation

Car damages Wilsonville school bus

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Car damages Wilsonville school bus
Sedan backs into bus carrying 26 Boones Ferry Primary students to school Thursday morning

West Linn-Wilsonville School District clarifies…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District clarifies…
Students, administration and staff work to create safe school environment.

High school: regretful or amazing?

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High school: regretful or amazing?
Overall, I'm happy with the way I used my time, and I'm incredibly grateful for the people I met along the way

Lowrie Primary holds Back-to-School Bash

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Lowrie Primary holds Back-to-School Bash
Games, laughter and a sense of community was prevelant at Lowrie Primary Friday, Sept. 6

Oregon Tech students help light up the night

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Oregon Tech students help light up the night
OIT renewable energry class prepares for trip to Africa to install solar panels

West Linn-Wilsonville School District ranked No. 2…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District ranked No. 2…
Wilsonville schools receive high marks in Niche report, district shows impressive grades overall

Education briefs

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Education briefs
Learn how to become a volunteer in West Linn-Wilsonville schools, back to school nights approaching and more

Clackamas County Sheriff's Department educates…

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Clackamas County Sheriff's Department educates…
Driving safety event at Portland International Raceway gives teens hands-on learning in and out of the car

Enjoy the firsts, treasure the lasts

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Enjoy the firsts, treasure the lasts
Wilsonville High School senior Alyson Johnston reflects on her first day of kindergarten

Connecting equines to the Wilsonville community

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Connecting equines to the Wilsonville community
The Oregon Horsemanship program in Wilsonville provides youth and adults with life skills

Learning a new tune at Youth Music Project

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Learning a new tune at Youth Music Project
West Linn's Youth Music Project will host an open house for young musicians Sept. 14

Creating safer streets in West Linn-Wilsonville

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Creating safer streets in West Linn-Wilsonville
Tire Rack Street Survival School equips students with driving skills, safety tips

Crossing the threshold in the WL-WV School District

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Crossing the threshold in the WL-WV School District
Students in West Linn-Wilsonville schools began the 2019-20 school year Aug. 26

Education briefs

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Education briefs
West Linn-Wilsonville School District welcomes new teachers, update Listserv subscriptions and more

Easing first-day jitters at Meridian Creek

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Easing first-day jitters at Meridian Creek
Meridian Creek offers sixth graders a sneak peek into middle school before school starts

Filling up packs in Wilsonville

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Filling up packs in Wilsonville
Heart of the City hosted Gear up 4 School event in Wilsonville Aug. 21 for those in need

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board tweaks its goals

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West Linn-Wilsonville School Board tweaks its goals
District looks to be more inclusive, participate in equity training in 2019-20

No effort too small for Students of the Year…

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No effort too small for Students of the Year…
West Linn's Taelyn Haney will campaign to help fund research for blood cancer cures

New Wilsonville principal has leadership aspirations

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New Wilsonville principal has leadership aspirations
Boones Ferry Principal Michelle Jensen will focus on team-building to kick off 2019-20 school year

West Linn-Wilsonville teens gain college-level…

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West Linn-Wilsonville teens gain college-level…
Students uncover engineering pathways during Oregon Institute of Technology internship

A closer look for West Linn-Wilsonville students

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A closer look for West Linn-Wilsonville students
WL-WV teens participate in professional science conference and workshop in Portland

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