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CYBORG Seagulls are ready to recycle
CYBORG Seagulls are ready to recycle
The robot-building season for 25 Seaside and Astoria students on the C.Y.B.O.R.G. Seagulls robotics team ended Feb. 17.
Online academy is open to out-of-district students
Beginning March 1 through April 1 of each year, students do not have to have permission from their resident district to attend a school district outside their resident district, as long as the district that they plan to attend has designated the number...
Astoria schools talk Advanced Placement
Following are some highlights from the Astoria School Board's Wednesday meeting.
School District honors Jason Bigby
School District honors Jason Bigby
Bigby's Tree Service was honored for its donated services to Astoria School District.
Food service committee to form for Astoria schools
The Astoria School Board formed a committee to study its food service program.
Warrenton turns to mobile classrooms
Warrenton turns to mobile classrooms
By next year, Warrenton Grade School will have two more modular classrooms to hours its burgeoning elementary enrollment.
Job Corps cheers golden anniversary
Job Corps cheers golden anniversary
Tongue Point, the training center for more than 30,000 students throughout its 50-year history, has also been one of the county's largest employers.
Knappa auction boasts goods for any taste
Knappa auction boasts goods for any taste
Knappa has a gift for everyone on Valentine's Day.
Montero heads back to Seaside
Montero heads back to Seaside
A familiar face is replacing Tita Montero as the public face of Tongue Point Job Corps Center.
Astoria Middle School’s honor roll
Honor rolls
Ready, set, start your business
Clatsop Community College's continuing workshop teaches budding entrepreneurs how to ready, set and start their business idea.
School enrollment rises in county
Clatsop County has less than 1 percent of the state's K-12 students, according to state data.
Learn CPR, first aid
On Feb. 10, Clatsop Community College offers courses on first aid and CPR.
Talent Search shows education options
Clatsop Community College gathered its talent Jan. 23.
Oregon Connections charter students visit Astoria
Oregon Connections charter students visit Astoria
Students from Oregon Connections Academy dropped by the Columbia River Maritime Museum Friday during National School Choice Week
Overhauled calculation ups Oregon’s grad scores
Overhauled calculation ups Oregon’s grad scores
Only districts in Clatsop County that do not rely on state funding — Seaside and Jewell — posted on-time graduation rates higher than the state average, according to data released Thursday by the Oregon Department of Education.
P&C Construction to lead Patriot Hall redo
The Patriot Hall Redevelopment now has a contractor.
Lewis and Clark school hosts book fair
All next week, Lewis and Clark Elementary School holds its Scholastic Book Fair.
Nonprofits may apply for grants
Astoria High School's CommuniCare program has grant money to give out.
WHS searches for old yearbooks
Warrenton High Schools seeks 12 years of yearbooks
County kindergarteners measured in state test
County kindergarteners measured in state test
Clatsop County kindergartners had mixed results on the Oregon Department of Education's second-annual assessment of their interpersonal, early literacy and mathematical skills.
Long Beach school bursting seams as enrollment-surge continues
Long Beach school bursting seams as enrollment-surge continues
Student enrollment at Long Beach Elementary keeps on going up. Now the district has formed a committee to look at the overcrowding issues and come up with solutions
Nofield appointed to Seaside School Board
Patrick Nofield is appointed to the Seaside School Board
Prevailing wage seminars set
Feb. 3, Clatsop Community College helps public agencies learn about prevailing wages.
Astoria schools look at multilingual classrooms
Astoria School District continous working to shrink the achievement gap faced by Hispanic and low-income students.