WASHINGTON D.C. — Sunnyside middle school’s Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter traveled to the National TSA Conference in Washington D.C. this summer.
BELLINGHAM — Western Washington University has awarded Gloria N. Guizar of Grandview a $953 Woodring College of Education Equity and Diversity Committee Scholarship.
ALL SYSTEMS GO — Sunnyside Middle School System Control Team of Brian Lopez, Calvin Copenhaver and Cain Rodriguez placed in the top 10 at the National Technology Student Association Conference in Washington, D.C. this past week. Also pictured are Anna Garcia, Sarah Raihl, Harry Raihl, Anthon…
TOPPENISH — Heritage University has again been awarded a $3,000 grant from the Pacific Power Foundation to fund scholarships for students pursuing degrees in the health sciences and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.
SUNNYSIDE — As another elementary school year rambled to an end with a traditional trek to Central Park for a brown bag lunch on June 11, followed by a pool session of water fun with classmates, the rite of campus achievement marked a new chapter for soon to be middle school students.
JUNE STANDOUTS - Sun Valley Elementary School June Students of the Month are, front row, from left; Kevin Mendoza, Michael England, Victor Nunez, Fatima Iniguez, Jayden Herrera-Vargas and Jaiden Madrigal; second row: Anita Solis, Payton Ruiz, Genesis Baron, Rafael Bustamante, Desmond Garcia,…
ALL ABOUT BOOKS — Ms. Veronica Sustaita’s fifth graders gave a spirited dance in support of reading during the Chief Kamiakin Elementary School last day of school talent show last Friday.
STUDENTS NAMED - Chief Kamiakin May Students of the Month are, front row from left to right: Abigail Lapierre, Roman Acosta, Allisson Velazquez, Alayna Sotelo, Aydeen Ramos, Aubrey Isquierdo, Benjamin Torres, Bella Acedo, Savannah Wise, Ismael Navarette, Christian Magana Flores, Emiliano Cor…
MAY STUDENTS — Sierra Vista Middle School May Students of the Month are, front row from left to right: Vanessa Alcantar, Saul Ceballos, Samuel Contreras, Elsa Hernandez, Selena Ornelas and Mikenzee Sanchez; second row: Jose Gonzalez, Teresa Lara, Oney Maximo, Briseida Mendoza and Nataly Per…
FLYING INTO TOMORROW — Caps belonging to the Grandview High School class of 2019 soar in the air as fireworks light the sky at sunset this past Saturday, marking the end of the day and the graduates’ time as high school students. More than $1.1 million in scholarships were awarded to the cla…
Sun Valley Elementary School’s May Students of the Month are from left to right, front row: Mayah Sanchez, Mathew Saldana, Evelyn Condie, Valeria Garcia and Margarita Acevedo-Sanchez; second row: Nathan Del Real, Lizzy Diaz-Bravo, Oliver Hernandez-Hernandez, Cianni Montes, Rylie Rangel, Leym…
Pioneer Elementary School May Students of the Month are, from left to right, front row:Juan Guizar, Alex Vargas, Alysianna Aguirre, Austin Bazan, Shanessa Jackson, Daniel Alba-Betancourt, Hailyn Barrios, Liam Garza, Milan Alcantar and Eli Ramos; second row: Analy Rangel, Kyla Parker, Zirayli…
YAKIMA — Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association’s Award for Academic Excellence program will be awarding $136,000 — including $2,000 each to 68 seniors from high schools throughout Central and South Central Washington.
THE SKY’S THE LIMIT — Two area schools celebrated the class of 2019 last Friday during commencement exercises. Mabton graduates toss their caps as they embark upon their future. Mabton’s ceremony was punctuated with emotion, as well. Pedro Espinoza Gutierrez, who’s confined to a wheelchair, …
OLYMPIA — Sunnyside and Grandview School Districts were among those being honored for their academic achievements in the Washington State Board of Education’s new State Recognized Schools program that was released on Friday, May 17.
SUNNYSIDE — It is an exciting time in the Lower Yakima Valley when the Nouvella Club can present area graduates with scholarships to aid in their higher education pursuits.
Performing at the final concert of the 2018-19 school year last Tuesday are members of the Grandview High School Gran Vista Mariachi band. The choir, drama students and Varsity Band all took part in the Spring Night of the Arts with artwork by students of Kim Hall on display in the commons. …
SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyside High School Marching Band and Mariachi Band both earned gold standard honors during the Lighted Lilac Parade held May 18 in Spokane as part of the annual Lilac Festival.
Sierra Vista Middle School students honored in March are, front row from left to right: Jesus Badillo, Joseph Chinasa, Miranda Ochoa, Jesus Ramos, Madison Sieckman and Adriana Solano; second row: Diego Arteaga, Isabel Castilleja, Jose Garay, Fernando Jimenez, Marisabel Zarazua and Alex Vega;…
APRIL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH — April Students of the Month at Pioneer Elementary are, front row left to right: Alex Zuniga, Andres Barragan, Ariana Carreras, Annah Gabino, Deseray Rios, Gabriela Gomez, Anthony Arreaga, Seniyah Torres Rubalcava and Andrew Brooks; second row: Hunter King, Rafae…
APRIL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH — Harrison Middle School students honored in April are, front row from left: Francisco Ramos, Paola Perez, Emma Farias, Eva Davis, Deyssi Vega, Yazmin Hernandez and Fatima Tellez; second row: Max Gomez, Irma Garcia, Ana Aguayo, Laith Wajeeh, Damian Sandoval and Al…
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