Washington State is all about apples and the Prosser FFA recently performed well at the Washington State FFA Apple Judging Career Development Event on 12/7/16 in Wenatchee. It may surprise you to learn that Apple Judging is a skill that takes time to master.
School starts Aug. 31 in the largest district in the valley, and while many kids are getting excited, others are apprehensive because they're concerned about being bullied.
But last year the district started a bullying task force and created a number of different ways to deal with the problem, both internally and on the district's website, where parents can find an online reporting form...
As a parent of children who are in high school and junior high, I always have that feeling that one day I am going to get a call. You know, the call saying the school is under attack. UGH. My second worst nightmare.
Last night when I turned in for the night there were a few snowflakes. Not only did we get a few inches of snow but the first flakes that fell melted and then froze so there is ice underneath on all of the Yakima Valley roads rendering them very dangerous...
Vince Vaughn most recently did an interview with the British edition of GQ Magazine. He statement was clear about the United States Government on allowing guns in schools or wherever since it is our right.
This coming school year 11 Toppenish administrators will carry guns in hopes of protecting students if something were to happen. What do you think, should principals and vice principals carry guns? Vote in the poll.
I had the pleasure of touring Lewis and Clark Middle School this morning for about an hour. The Principal, Mr. Nourani took me around to a number of different classrooms to interact with the students and teachers. I was very impressed with the look of the school, it was clean and had a lot of purple colors throughout the buildings. The interior courtyard had some sort of purple tree and tulips in