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Allied Arts Announces Fall Classes

 

Check out the new lineup of fall classes available at Allied Arts. Call (509) 966-0934 to register today. Open enrollment for all classes.

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Dave’s Diary: Socialize Your Kids to Build Better Adults

 

As the father of a 3+ year old dynamo I’m always on the lookout for tips and ideas to be a better parent.  The goal is – Don’t turn out like dad!  Perhaps my search will help you with your kids or grandkids…here’s the latest from Dr. William Sears author of “The Successful Child”.

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Immigratation Program Created More Work for School Districts

YAKIMA AP-The new federal immigration program that delays action against young people living in this country illegally has created a pile of work for the Yakima School District and other districts with a large number of immigrant children

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I-1240 Proponent On KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

 

I-1240, also known as the Charter Schools Initiative is on the statewide Nov. 6 ballot.

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YVCC to Offer Food and Wine Pairing 101

 

Join YVCC’s Vineyard & Winery Technology Program for a fall wine education offering.

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Trevor Green On KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

Toppenish High School's Trevor Green, National High School Principal of the Year was a guest on Monday's Mike Bastinelli Show. You can hear the interview here!

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YVCC Faculty Lecture Series Starts Next Month

 

Yakima Valley Community College’s 2012-2013 Faculty Lecture Series kicks off on Oct. 24 with Gordon Koester presenting Graveyard to Grad School.   

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Jeffery Charbonneau Named 2013 Teacher of The Year

Jeffrey Charbonneau, a high school science teacher at Zillah High School was named Washington’s 2013 Teacher of the Year at an awards ceremony held Monday at the EMP Museum in Seattle.

State Superintendent Randy Dorn congratulated the nine Regional Teachers of the Year before announcing the State Teacher of the Year

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Be Safe with Mr. Yuk! It’s National Poison Prevention Week

2013 Poster Contest to celebrate National Poison Prevention Week

“Be safe with Mr. Yuk!” is the theme for the 2013 Washington Poison Center (WAPC) Poster Contest. The
winning poster will be part of the 2013 Poison Prevention Week campaign, celebrated across the state in March

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Maryhill Museum to Host Gifts From Our Ancestors Exhibit

This unique student art exhibit will be shown at the Maryhill Museum of Fine Arts from Sept. 16 through Nov. 15.

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