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West Linn-Wilsonville School Board revisits grant funds

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board revisits grant funds

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The SIA grant provides opportunity to improve students' mental health, more
The show must go on

The show must go on

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Wilsonville High School Theatre Department polishes online performing skills with 'TRAP'
Comprehensive distance learning to continue into second…

Comprehensive distance learning to continue into second…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District says this decision is subject to change
West Linn and Wilsonville schools to retain SROs

West Linn and Wilsonville schools to retain SROs

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School board also recommends changes, including clarification of roles and new training
West Linn-Wilsonville School Board finalizes commitments…

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board finalizes commitments…

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In other news, the board declares a state of emergency and learns about budget shortfall
West Linn-Wilsonville School District tweaks and clarifies…

West Linn-Wilsonville School District tweaks and clarifies…

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Superintendent Kathy Ludwig provides clarity on mask requirements, announces change to elementary school learning
West Linn-Wilsonville School District provides first…

West Linn-Wilsonville School District provides first…

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The year will include a hybrid learning option and an option where students will take classes only online
Wilsonville High teacher honored for cultivating…

Wilsonville High teacher honored for cultivating…

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John Fitzgerald wins award from the Oregon Journalism Education Association
District proposed budget includes reduction of teachers,…

District proposed budget includes reduction of teachers,…

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West Linn-Wilsonville district projects $7.5 million in lost revenue for upcoming fiscal year
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Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'

Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'

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State education department says districts are unlikely to re-open this school year
Ready to leave, but not ready to let go

Ready to leave, but not ready to let go

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I still want to learn, and I still want to hang out with my friends, but now I can see the finish line. June 4, graduation day, is so close
School news in brief

School news in brief

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Host families needed for exchange students, Lions offer scholarships, Azusa scholars honored
Achieving diversity in politics has long way to go

Achieving diversity in politics has long way to go

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As of March 2020 two white men, both septuagenarians, are the last ones standing.
Enjoy the 'lasts' while they last

Enjoy the 'lasts' while they last

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Flash forward to second semester,most of that nostalgia has been replaced with sarcasm and impatience. 
Join the search for Amazing Kids

Join the search for Amazing Kids

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Pamplin Media is looking for youth who make a difference in their communities - and you can help
Schools news in brief

Schools news in brief

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Students will learn about cutting-edge technologies and skills in CNC operations, 3D printing and digital design.
Learning life lessons from unexpected sources

Learning life lessons from unexpected sources

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A few dumb mistakes on problems that I had practiced dozens of times made me doubt my abilities.
Middle school students collect shoes, clothing

Middle school students collect shoes, clothing

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The 2019-20 eighth grade class wanted to do something a little different before finishing their middle school careers
Wilsonville High School to perform 17th-century comedy

Wilsonville High School to perform 17th-century comedy

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Performances of 'Imaginary Invalid' to take place from Feb. 27 to March 7 at the high school
A new kind of road show

A new kind of road show

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Students from the West Linn-Wilsonville School District brought a 'trunk show' of theatrical fun to Marquis Wilsonville Assisted Living on Thursday,…
Cancel culture isn't enough to instigate change

Cancel culture isn't enough to instigate change

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There is something almost deliciously wicked about participating in the public condemnation of a powerful figure,
Schooi news in brief

Schooi news in brief

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Scholarships from local lending organizations, exchange program need volunteers
Envision a bright future - get an eye exam this month

Envision a bright future - get an eye exam this month

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The sooner you are aware of macular degeneration, the earlier you can treat the disease and fight off vision loss.
What does self-care mean to you?

What does self-care mean to you?

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you don't necessarily need to purchase a yoga mat or draw a bath to take time for yourself; self-care can truly be anything you want it to be
School district hosts equity workshop

School district hosts equity workshop

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1/17.5/4 City, police, other officials listen as students share their experiences with bias
School news in brief

School news in brief

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Members of WLHS debate team heading to nationals; Bolton begins artist-in-residence program
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

West Linn-Wilsonville School District transit…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District transit…
FirstView app provides real-time updates, estimated arrival times, custom alerts

Be a conscious consumer - think before you buy

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Be a conscious consumer - think before you buy
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…

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Oregon Tech drops testing requirements for…
ACT, SAT now optional for new incoming students beginning with 2021 school year

Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)

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Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)
Lake Oswego Rivergrove elementary rookie robotics team places fourth, qualifies for state

An individual, but not such a different one

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An individual, but not such a different one
For children of immigrants and members of minority groups, this feeling is an ingrained part of life

Thoughts on Activism

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Thoughts on Activism
Student Writers' Advisory Group explores activism in the age of social media and globalization

'Happy holidays' is not anti-Christmas

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'Happy holidays'  is not anti-Christmas
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

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Translating passion into  progress
Kite performer, West Linn freshman Dylan Nguyen improves award-winning STEM project

Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner

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Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner
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

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Education news in brief
Food drives for the needy, scholarships for single women and help to become an exchange student

Thoughtless words through one-way glass

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Thoughtless words through one-way glass
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…

Welcome, Officer McCluskey

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Welcome, Officer McCluskey
Wilsonville's new student resource officer makes rounds, encourages families to think of her as a resource

Pertussis cases on rise

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Pertussis cases on rise
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

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New cohort of SWAG writers introduce one another
The Student Writers Advisory Group has some new faces for the 2019-2020 school year.

Make A Wish, Count To Three

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Make A Wish, Count To Three
Middle schoolers try out for hit musical 'Willy Wonka' to be presented in spring

Perfecting the art of procrastination

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Perfecting the art of procrastination
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

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School district to host suicide prevention training
Nov. 20 event is first that will teach public Question, Persuade, Refer techniques

Move Halloween? There are good reasons to do so

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Move Halloween? There  are good reasons to do so
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

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Teens need more tools for smart social media use
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

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Lowrie Harvest Festival draws a crowd
Schools throughout district hosted events for students, families last weekend

AtRocke performs first concert of school year

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AtRocke performs first concert of school year
Arts Tech High School rock band offers opportunities for musicians of all skill levels

School news in brief

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School news in brief
Don't miss Dia de los Muertes festival at Wilsonville High School on October 30

Journalism camp dread turns into delight

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Journalism camp dread turns into delight
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

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A girl, a shoe, a prince ... revisited
Wilsonville High School's production of 'Cinderella' gives modern twist to classic fairy tale

Education/kids in brief

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Education/kids in brief
Vaccine clinic includes measles; OIT hosting energy summit; community college grant helps support low-income students

Student enrollment changes vary across district

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Student enrollment changes vary across district
Wilsonville High School has room to grow, while WLHS has more youth than recommended

Education News in Brief

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Education News in Brief
District financial reporting, nutrition study and avoiding sextortion schemes with youth

Teens Head To National 4-h Competition

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Teens Head To National 4-h Competition
Clackamas County girls in 4-H equine program to represent state of Oregon next month

Robotics Tourney Puts Girls In Driver's Seat

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Robotics Tourney Puts Girls In Driver's Seat
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.

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