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.
The Patriot Hall Redevelopment now has a contractor.
All next week, Lewis and Clark Elementary School holds its Scholastic Book Fair.
Astoria High School's CommuniCare program has grant money to give out.
Warrenton High Schools seeks 12 years of yearbooks
Clatsop County kindergartners had mixed results on the Oregon Department of Education's second-annual assessment of their interpersonal, early literacy and mathematical skills.
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
Patrick Nofield is appointed to the Seaside School Board
Feb. 3, Clatsop Community College helps public agencies learn about prevailing wages.
Astoria School District continous working to shrink the achievement gap faced by Hispanic and low-income students.
Shamiqwa McDowell, a seamanship student at Tongue Point Job Corps Center, is in rare company.
Seaside Scholarships has two more weeks to match a $50,000 donation.
Clatsop Community College received an almost entirely clean audit from CliftonLarsonAllen, which its board of directors decided to stick with.
School leaders gathered with state representatives to ask for more financial support.
Astoria School District is looking to make policies around the myriad gadgets available in school and from home.
Clatsop Community College is offering a high-end degree to the area's high-achieving high schoolers.
Jewell School District is one of the select few to take part on a new effort by the Chalkboard project to improve school leadership for the future.
Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District to host Northwest Parenting for seven-week parenting class open to local families.
Broadway Middle School's robotics team wins Rising Star award at FLL qualifying tournament.
WSU develops promising techniquethat highlights cancerous cells for surgeons
Clatsop Community College was once again named to the Military Friendly list of schools for its efforts on behalf of veteran students.
A Gearhart Elementary School fourth-grader's suggested name, "Birdy Beach Trail," will be bestowed on a formerly unnamed loop trail in the city.
In January, Clatsop Community College offers a real-world self defense class.
Winter term at Clatsop Community College provides new opportunities for lifelong learning.
Feb. 14 marks the Knappa Schools Foundation's 18th-annual dinner and auction.
Seaside High School's Sewing Club seeks membership growth during its third year.
Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) holds a workshop Jan. 6 on using QuickBooks.
Puerta de Oportunidades is a program meant for students ineligible for financial aid.
Seaside High School undergoes review to renew its national accreditation status.