Yakima School District employees will gather at the Yakima Convention Center from 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. to kick off the 2012-13 school year. The event will be preceded by a continental breakfast and benefits fair at 6:45 a
The Yakima School board has decided to dip into reserves and not cut programs or staff to balance a budget shortfall. A report from the Yakima Herald Republic said that the board voted last night to take over $17 million from its reserves at just over $4 million, which is below the 3 to 5 percent the board like to likes to keep. District revenues are down because of a drop in enrollment, and expenses continue to rise.
Davis High School is the latest facility in the Yakima School District to get a face-lift. That's on top of construction already being done at Eisenhower High School and Stanton Academy. Our News Partner KIMA Action News re
Yakima Police continue to investigate the arrest of a school employee accused of sending sexual text messages to a 17-year-old girl. Yakima School District employee Miguel Osuna passed repeated background checks
It's time to nominate your favorite Yakima School District teacher for the 25th annual Crystal Apple Awards and the nomination forms are due this week. Local businesses and corporations sponsor the program that honors classroom teachers, educational teams and other certificated educators in the district. Nomination form
It's time to nominate your favorite Yakima school district teacher for the 25th annual Crystal Apple Awards....local businesses and corporations sponsor the program that honors classroom teachers, educational teams and other certificated educators in the district
Parent Forum for all district parents. A free parent forum for all Yakima School District parents is set for Thursday, March 1, from 5:15 to 8:00 p.m., at Washington Middle School, 510 South 9th Street. A dinner, whi
A majority of school district levies in the valley were approved on Tuesday as voters support local students. In Selah voters gave thumbs up to a 30.5 million dollar bond to build a new Selah Jr. High School and provide upgrades in th
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