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Two former Peninsula College Foundation board members have accepted appointments from Governor Jay Inslee to the Peninsula College Board of Trustees. Claire Roney of Port Townsend and Joe Floyd of … more
    Port Townsend High School Orchestra and Band members recently participated in a musical workshop fall retreat at Fort Casey, working with coaches from around the … more
    Janneke Peterson was looking for a way to bring the classroom outdoors. And by partnering with the Jefferson Land Trust and six state schools, she’s been able to do just … more
  Chimacum Schools has been forced to make changes to their bus routes … more
  Students enjoyed local bites at an annual celebration of Washington grown foods earlier this month.  Taste Washington Day uses school meals during the fall harvest season to … more
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding is back in business after a year-long break from full classes due to COVID safety concerns. Back to a full capacity of 53 students, classes started Oct. … more
The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County is accepting applications from high school sophomores and juniors to attend the 2022 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. The Pacific Northwest Rotary Youth … more
Multiple fights between students in Port Townsend schools have prompted parents to fear for the safety of their children as administrators scramble for solutions. The Port Townsend School District … more
    Jefferson County Library’s streaming video service, Kanopy, now includes Kanopy Kids: thoughtful entertainment for children aged preschool and up. Kanopy Kids provides … more
  The Port Townsend School of Woodworking, a nationally renowned furniture-making, carving, and woodturning school at Fort Worden State Park, has implemented a robust scholarship program in … more
  A group of 16 students graduated on Friday, Sept. 17 in the new 4,800-square-foot Marine Systems Building, the first to occupy the structure on the 7-acre campus in Lower Port … more
  The Chimacum School district will be adopting a civility policy to their community relations protocol. At a school board meeting held Wednesday, Sept. 22, Superintendent Scott Mauk … more
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