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Theatre programs across the country have kept their ghost lights on while the stage remains empty and to keep the dramatic arts alive for Sunnyside High School (SHS) students, Director of Drama Club Corey Murphy implemented its very first virtual performances.

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YAKIMA — Based on Yakima County’s current COVID data, Yakima Valley College (YVC) has made the decision to continue to offer classes virtually through spring and summer quarters of 2021.

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MABTON — As schools in the lower valley have returned to learning in the classroom in their hybrid model, it was announced on Jan. 8 that the Mabton School District (MSD) – with their first planned return to a hybrid model on Jan. 13 – will not return to the classrooms until Jan. 19 instead.

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SUNNYSIDE — The winners from the Golden Apple Awards have been announced by Sunnyside School District (SSD) for the 2019-20 year – a shining example of the hard work educators and support staff have put in during a tumultuous school year.

SUNNYSIDE — While it seems like online and hybrid learning has challenged students and teachers alike, Harrison Middle School (HMS) set out to show their appreciation of 90 students who have succeeded in obtaining a 4.0 with placards to place on their lawn.

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SUNNYSIDE — Sierra Vista Middle School October Students of the Month include sixth graders Isabella Arreola, Asaya Atanacio, Dayanara Bracamontes-Andrade, Valentin Macias and Bethany Thornton.

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SUNNYSIDE — Polarizing views met the Monday night school board meeting, regarding continuing with the hybrid learning model or having students transition back into the online learning model due to the COVID-19 case count in Yakima Valley on the rise.

SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside elementary schools are gearing up and preparing for the first day of hybrid learning, beginning Thursday, Nov. 5, by having individualized parent and student orientations that began last week.

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SUNNYSIDE — Both Sunnyside Christian Elementary and High School were closed on Monday, Oct. 26, as a result of confirmed COVID-19 cases with close contact incidents and the elementary will be closed for remainder of the week.

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SUNNYSIDE —The new start date for the return to hybrid learning has been announced on Tuesday morning, October 27, after Superintendent Kevin McKay and the Sunnyside School District announced delaying the initial start date.

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SUNNYSIDE — The need for clear and almost constant communication has been made a necessity since COVID-19 pandemic effectively eliminated in-person school board meetings. Impacted most severely has been parental and public involvement crucial for back to school decision making.

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