A hearing for Timberline School Athletic Gate Fee was held just prior to the Joint District #171 Trustee meeting held at Timberline Sept. 16.
Class members in attendance are: Front row (l to r): Patty Marsh Conroy, Leila Nejdl Crockett, Shirley Harvey Meyer, Connie Arvish Amburn, Marcia Powell Searle, Margie Jo Medlock Wylie, Julie Fine Burkey, Luanne Sutton Naccarini , Vickie Reece Johnson, Jean Fagan Shawver, Kay Dixon Neumayer,…
Twelve Native American students will receive funding to participate in STEM-based doctoral degree programs at the University of Idaho as part of a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The students and staff at Cavendish Teakean Elementary, Sicily Coburn, Hunter Gilbert, Cayuse Hanes-Miller, Rilee Henderson, Jenine Nord, Dimitry Sevostianov, JD Lopez, Owen Henderson, Dr. Garrett, Adison Standridge, R.J. Windham, Lily Feldmann, Elijah Sevostianov, Collin Galloway, Brooke He…
Orofino Elementary first and second graders can receive free dental sealants and fluoride varnish to help prevent cavities, as part of Delta Dental of Idaho’s Grins on the Go program. Dental sealants fill the deep grooves of a child’s back teeth, where 90% of children’s cavities occur. The f…
After studying United States Government, fourth through sixth grade Cavendish-Teakean students had the opportunity to meet him and ask questions at the Cavendish-Teakean Grange Hall. He stopped by Cavendish Elementary to meet the rest of the students.
As we get back into the routine of school in session, please keep in mind the increased flow of student travel to and from our schools. Safety always comes first. Thank you for looking out for our students.
BOISE, ID—State funding for higher education is down while the cost of college in Idaho is up, according to a new report from the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy. A positive trend is that low-income students and students of color are enrolling at greater rates in Idaho’s public four-year inst…
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has set new income guidelines for the free and reduced price meals provided to students in schools operating the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, and for free milk in schools operating the Special Milk Program.
Recording artist “Mrs. Kate” Carpenter will be sharing her original folk songs on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 10 a.m. at the library, located at 402 Michigan Ave. in Orofino. All ages are welcome and admission is free.
New student registration is Monday, Aug. 19 and Tuesday, Aug. 20. Please call 476-5557, by appointment only. Please bring current transcripts, birth certificate and immunization records. We accept cash and are now accepting debit/credit cards (preferred) for school fees. Checks are no longer…
The Lewis-Clark State College Teacher Education Division is starting a new program this fall, the first of its kind among Idaho post-secondary institutions, to help individuals already hired by school districts earn an elementary or secondary teaching certificate.
New student registration is Monday, Aug. 19 and Tuesday, Aug. 20. Please call 476-5557, by appointment only. Please bring current transcripts, birth certificate and immunization records.
Lewis-Clark State College has received a $100,000 pledge from an anonymous donor to start the Dr. Reese and Kit Parker Emergency Assistance endowment scholarship fund to help students who are experiencing financial hardship.
Lewis-Clark State College and Idaho State University in Pocatello have signed a Transfer Articulation Agreement that will help LCSC biology graduates who qualify transfer to Idaho State’s Master of Science: Public Health program, officials from the two Idaho institutions have announced.
The Cavendish-Teakean Elementary School supply list is as follows: You may want to get extra of things such as glue sticks, paper, tissues, pencils, etc. for when your child needs more in January.
The following supplies listed have been determined as the necessary materials for each student to have in order to be prepared for school each day. Since these supplies are necessary for a student to be prepared for class, parents may be asked to replenish during the year should your child’s…
Are you ready for an adventure? Someplace where you can pour your whole self into and come out victorious? We have the perfect place and plan for you. The place is the Lewis-Clark State College Adult Learning Center.
The latest statewide results for the Idaho Standards Achievement Test show steady improvement in Idaho students’ proficiency over the past few years, Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra said Monday.
Our event is coming up quickly, the first weekend in August, during the 1860 Days celebration. Registrations are still coming in and I am getting notices from those that will attend and register at the door. All the preparations are in the process of being worked out as the days rush by.
Students at 124 schools across Idaho will receive free, fresh fruit and vegetables during the coming school year thanks to state-administrated grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra announced.
Washington State University’s President’s Honor Roll for the 2019 spring semester can be viewed by media representatives at https://president.wsu.edu/spring-2019-honor-roll-out-of-state/.
More than 2,400 students qualified for the U of I Dean’s List for the spring 2019 semester. To be included in the Dean’s List, U of I students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester. The spring 2019 semester ended May 10.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Employee Association recently awarded four local high school graduates with the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Memorial Scholarship, which recognizes local youth who demonstrate a passion for National Forests and care for their communities.
Breanne Haskins graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Mexico on May 11. Breanne’s proud parents are Debbie Haskins and Jim Borders of Orofino.
Northwest Farm Credit Services has awarded 85 students from its five-state territory a total of $212,500 in scholarships. The 22 2019 Scholarship Program winners from Idaho will each receive a $2,500 college scholarship.
The district’s Policy Committee has tried hard to get together and move forward but with the hectic schedules it has been difficult. We did get a good start on the 4000s but have not completed them. We will see if we can get together over the summer to continue.
A total of 838 students at Lewis-Clark State College earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2019 semester, LCSC administrators announced on Wednesday. Among the honorees, 438 made the President’s List while 400 were named to the Dean’s List.
The students at Orofino Elementary School took part in a Career Fair, May 22nd. Grades 4, 5, and 6 listened to Mary Curtis with Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinic about Respiratory Therapy; Sean Simmons and Jesse Daniels with Nightforce with job opportunities; and Iola Plank with Clearwa…
The Adult Learning Center provides quality instruction in reading, writing, math, and the English Language to help adults transition into college and/or prepare for the GED tests. Services are available in Grangeville, Lewiston, Moscow, and Orofino.
Another week in the books and the end is in sight. Testing began this week at many locations and from what I hear it has been very successful. Thanks to everyone for helping this be a positive experience.
High School students at Orofino and Timberline high schools, it is time to sharpen those scholarship pencils! Each year the Orofino Rotary Club Foundation offers two academic college/vocational trade school scholarships, one for each high school.
Lewis-Clark State College’s Adult Learning Center is here to serve you. At no cost, GED tutoring is available for ages 16 on up. This official GED site has friendly, trained personnel and we are here to help you reach your goals.