College and Career Center prepares Wilsonville students for…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
WHS's Lyndi Tucker has made it her mission to prepare students for life after high school.

Teenagers may love sleep, but have little time for it

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Finishing up all of their homework but also enjoying time with friends is priceless; sleep can always wait until tomorrow.

School news in brief

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Boones students heads to regional spelling bee, with a shot at national competition

WHS alumnus leads students in mural creation

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville High School alumnus Derek Leitch returned to WHS this weekend to lead a master class mural workshop for current art students

School board OKs purchase of 5.2 acres

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Land will facilitate future Athey expansion work, as well as aid the district operations center

Identity concealment on the internet affects people's…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
n the 21st century, the common form of this phenomenon is called the Online Disinhibition Effect.

Lowrie dual-language program doubles students' knowledge

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West LInn-Wilsonville district embraces bilingual curriculum, boosting multiculturalism throughout the grade levels

School news in brief

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Sign the kids up for STEM camps for Spring Break; be money smart and apply for scholarship

Lowrie students show off projects at science fair

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Lowrie Primary School students presented their science projects to parents and fellow students at Lowrie's science fair Feb. 21.

Lowrie fourth-grader publishes third book

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Travis Wirtz writes scientific 'Books by a kid for kids' and plans to write more

District proposes improvement projects at bond summit

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Projects could include new primary school, Athey Creek relocation and enlarged Art Tech High

Calling all Amazing Kids

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
We need your help in honoring young people who are making a difference in their communities

WHS puts unique stamp on Shakespeare

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
High school costume designer makes history with start-to-finish creations for 'Much Ado About Nothing'

School briefs

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Bond Summit set for Feb. 23; Betty Reynolds named to CCC board; Feb. 4 School Board meeting rescheduled

Superbowl ad money could be better used

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The ads usually have something that stays with the audience long after the commercial has aired.

WHS dance team prepares for state

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Seasoned Wilsonville High School dance team targets trophy hardware this season

CREST hires new school garden coordinator

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Closure of CREST farm leads to creation of more school garden spaces in local primaries

School board member King Martin seeks re-election

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
'The caliber of people who lead our school district is very high. They are amazing.'

What's the scoop? Middle school ice cream club isn't…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Jr. Scoop, which includes 34 students from Inza R. Wood Middle School, has fans all around the Portland area

The death of the Super Bowl halftime show

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
I hope that the NFL finds a way to bring back the magic of the Super Bowl halftime show.

School Briefs

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
District continues with limited intra-district enrollment, most from familial connections

Why I'm resolving to not make empty goals

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Every year, making resolutions comes with hope and promise; I always feel ready to make a change and switch up my routine.

Kelly Schmidt named WHS principal

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wood principal prepares for the next level as she prepares to lead Wilsonville High

WHS STUDENTS RECEIVE 139REGIONAL scholastic art awards

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Students set records for number of submissions and awards due to donation towards entry fees from Charbonneau Art Festival

School news in brief

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Scholarships available for congressional interns, agriculture or natual resource students

For the Class of 2019, it's a year of lasts and firsts

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
I am, however, still holding out hope for our 'last snow day!' It is possible, if unlikely

District hosts fifth sex education meeting

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Teaching of gender identity remains a concern among some parents, and curriclum varying from school to school

West Linn-Wilsonville School District grad rate rises to…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn High School graduates 98.2 percent of students, top among 6A schools

Rock on!

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Art and Technology High School's rock band, ATROCKE performed at Youth Music Project in West Linn Jan. 25.

Biased influences plague today's media

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
It is crucial that people and news sources keep integrity in the information that is put out and spread

Wilsonville Robotics Team gears up for another season

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville School Distirct's Error Code Xero eager for more success in 2019

Middle school students get creative for science fair

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Science Fair clubs at West Linn-Wilsoville School District middle schools prepare for fair

WHS theater prepares for Thespian Showcase

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Performances warm up student actors for regional competetions in acting, singing

Art Tech hosts community blood drive

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Arts & Technology High School had about 35 to 40 people come through its blood drive Jan. 17.

Committee lays out plans for bond

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
District capital projects to possibly appear on bond measure include parking for WLHS and a new high school

Keep a watchful eye on young commuters

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
At least seven other children and two adults were injured in various incidents around the U.S. over these three days.

Concussion focus shifts to classrooms

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
School officials seem ill-prepared to accomodate kids who've suffered brain injuries

Ode to the 97070

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
It seems a lot of people have discovered how wonderful Wilsonville is - close to I-5 bisected by the Willamette River, with acres of parks and…

School Briefs

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Local students earn honors at OSU, district survey asks for learning space feedback and more

Spokesman welcomes new education reporter

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Pacific University graduate eases into coverage of West Linn-Wilsonvlle schools

A SMART design

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Local high school students design wrap for electric bus fleet run by South Metro Area Regional Transit

The year's best education photos

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
A few of our favorite images from the Spokesman's visits to Wilsonville schools in 2018

TOP 10 EDUCATION STORIES OF 2018

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
A year of change, a year of successes in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District

Bringing joy to Wilsonville schools

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Grace Chapel staff host the annual Joy Drive to help Wilsonville students in need

Remembering Devonne Green

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Wilsonville community organizes vigil for Wilsonville High School student

Student writers reflect on what winter holidays…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The holidays provide people with a chance to share moments with family and friends

Together, we are one

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville High School named National Unified Champion School by Special Olympics

A guiding light

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Inza R. Wood Middle School student artwork will illuminate the night at Portland festival

Stringing notes together

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Rosemont Ridge orchestra and the WL-WV primary strings orchestra performed Dec. 12

To grandmother's house we go

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Boeckman Creek Primary Senior Choirs performed holiday tunes at SpringRidge Court Dec. 11

A whirlwind of winter festivities

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Wilsonville Winter Festival raises money for music and arts in the WL-WV School District

Opening the doors at Wood Middle School

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Pop-up market draws in the community for shopping, music and fundraising event

School briefs

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Positions open for the WL-WV Budget Committee, Oregon Tech increases enrollment and more

Saving the arts

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Festival proceeds benefit West Linn-Wilsonville School District's music and art programs

The spirit of giving

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Proceeds from Wilsonville High's Holiday Bazaar benefit Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Traveling is where her heart is

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Inza R. Wood Middle School teacher plans to take students to Costa Rica in 2020

Consumerism is demolishing Thanksgiving

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Who killed Thanksgiving? I think the overall consumerism culture that we currently live in did

A broader view of music

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville students were selected for musical honor groups and will perform in February

School briefs

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Tickets are on sale for the WL-WV 'Night with the Portland Trail Blazers' until Dec. 14

Lighting up the night

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Boeckman Creek Primary Junior Choir performs during the Wilsonville Tree Lighting

Being a teen and missing school: a sickening combo

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
I get scared of missing important material, so I will suffer through the school day

Connected within the world

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Arts and Technology High School students give back to the community by volunteering

WL-WV School District discusses future high school…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville administration offers idea to expand current high school buildings

From the hearts of Wilsonville

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville High's Holiday Bazaar proceeds will go toward Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Listen up, stay informed

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
SWAG members express the importance of being politically active at a young age

Dragonflies leave their mark

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Boones Ferry third-graders make shirts with help of Arts and Technology students

Time to blow up the Blazer's roster

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Tasting such greatness with a team that played so well together one time is brutal for a community

Friendsgiving kicks off holiday break

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville students, families joined together for Three River's Friendsgiving potluck

What's your hypothesis?

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Boones Ferry Primary students showed off their experiments during the science fair family viewing

'Now they've got a buddy'

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Oregon nurse, Trenee' Zweigle, creates specialty dolls for kids with cancer

The future starts now

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
WHS Students crowded the College and Career Center Nov. 14 during college application week

Echoing words of thanks

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville primary students express gratitude toward others during this holiday season

WHS promotes inclusive school culture

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
The Wildcat Unified Club and leadership students organize sensory-friendly game night

WL-WV School District discusses bond capacity

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
School district's goal is to stagger bonds so taxpayers don't see steep increase

More young adults should vote

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Registering to vote is vital and it is an opportunity teenagers gain at age 16.

Wood Middle School's Junior Scoop scales back

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Membership sales for the tasty treat melts down to one-hundred memberships for 2019

A time to celebrate, not fear the dead

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
WHS hosted its annual Day of the Dead, or 'Día de los Muertos,' celebration Thursday, Nov. 1

Writers say SWAG will let student voices soar

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Meet the members of the Spokesman, Tiding's and The Review's 2018-19 Student Writers Advisory Group

Student fights for equality across all platforms

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wheelchair accessible space installed at Wilsonville High School football stadium

Wilsonville student crafts poem about hometown

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Boeckman Creek second graders were invited to write poems about topics evoking strong emotions

Rockin' out on stage

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
AtRocke, Arts and Technology High School's rock band performed at the Youth Music Project Oct. 26

WL-WV graduates 93 percent of students on time

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
School district exceeds state average, similar-size districts in many categories

Say, 'Cheese' West Linn-Wilsonville seniors

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Seniors at high schools opt for goofy look during school picture day but it presents challenges

A cymbal-ic moment for Wilsonville resident

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
World War II veteran played with Wilsonville High School pep band Friday, Oct. 19

What happened to horror films?

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
A lot of the time if a genre has lower demand it stagnates and starts to become of poorer quality

After backlash, education officials release state…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
A story on West Linn-Wilsonville School District results will be available next week

WL-WV administration provides safety, security…

West Linn Tidings - Education
New hazard kits, emergency safety guides given to all WL-WV district schools

Dyslexia Awareness Month sparks conversation

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville School District will share latest efforts to support dyslexia

More than meets the eye

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Wilsonville High students rehearse for 'Legally Blonde, The Musical,' which opens in November

Court dismisses negligence claims against school…

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Students alleging abuse by former teacher challenge decision on negligence claims

Team bonding in a haunted dorm

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
If anyone ever happens to share their own paranormal tale with me, I won't laugh

'Our forever home'

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Oregon City's The Marylhurst School plans to relocate to West Linn in summer 2019

Homecoming unites the community

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Hopefully I'm in town for homecoming next year to see what next year's classes come up with

Connecting STEM to underserved youth

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Portland area nonprofit organization In4All looks to expand to Clackamas County

Cooking up some fall treats

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Learning on the Go CREST field trips provide hands-on activities for students during non-school days

WL-WV administration updates board on school buses,…

West Linn Tidings - Education
Since June, First Student hired 14 new bus drivers for the West Linn-Wilsonville School District

Buzzing with joy ... and construction

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville community experiences last fall festival on current CREST Farm site

CTE develops at Wilsonville High

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Students leave school and move on to college or workforce with industry-standard skills

Professional experience in your own backyard

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
West Linn-Wilsonville School District's business office seeks high school interns

Wilsonville High teacher looks to the sky

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Christopher Shotola-Hardt's artwork will be at the Blackfish Gallery until Oct. 27

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