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Linda Rosenbury, Port Townsend School District’s new superintendent, moved from the hustle and bustle of New York City to a vastly different setting in Port Townsend. She said she was … more
Gov. Jay Inslee ordered school employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 by Oct. 18. Inslee announced the requirement at a press conference Wednesday. Those who do not get vaccinations can be … more
The Port Townsend School District will host a meet-and-greet event for the public to meet Superintendent Linda Rosenbury and other new staff. Rosenbury started as district superintendent July 1 … more
Peninsula College will require all employees and students coming back to campuses for the fall quarter to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Waivers will be granted for specific exemptions, college … more
Milo Rolland of Port Townsend has earned a bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University. Rolland was awarded a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. The university’s … more
The Port Townsend School Board has chosen Victoria Kalscheuer as the new principal for Blue Heron Middle School. Officials said Kalscheuer will bring a diverse set of skills in school … more
Bus drivers in the Chimacum School District have a new employment contract. The Chimacum School Board unanimously approved a two-year contract with Chimacum Unified Drivers and Specialists (CUDS) … more
For the upcoming school year, the Port Townsend School District is piloting an online program for first grade through 12th-grade students. The Port Townsend Online Program will be the only fully … more
Stephen Z. D. Plachta, a 2003 graduate of Port Townsend High School, recently completed his master’s degree in science and engineering at Tampere University, Finland.  His thesis … more
The Port Townsend School District is seeing an exodus of top staff at the end of the school year. The Port Townsend School Board signed off on multiple resignations at its last meeting, as well as … more
The Port Townsend School District will introduce candidates for a new principal for Blue Heron Middle School next week. Current Blue Heron and OCEAN Principal Theresa Campbell announced her … more
The Port Townsend School District’s kindergarten through fifth grade English Language Arts Adoption Team is recommending the adoption of the Wilson Reading curricula, “Wit and … more
The crisp ring of toasting glasses was barely audible over the sounds of stories and uproars of laughter. Amidst lavender decor, against a violet sky heavy will approaching rain, guests with … more
Up, up and away. Quilcene High’s Class of 2021 came together one last time Saturday. They gathered in a tight circle on the school’s athletic field as a thick crowd of family and … more
A brilliant sun slipping over purple-crested mountains, chasing dark green shadows to the shoreline of Quilcene Bay. That’s how Olivia Benson has seen her world. It’s one … more
Quilcene High School is losing its big brother. Zachary Budnek said the most essential part of learning has been learning what not to do. That’s important as a leader, said Budnek, … more
From balloons and paper lanterns to handmade signs and homemade T-shirts, Port Townsend High School’s graduation ceremony Friday was a kaleidoscope of red, white, and black. more
Throughout his time at Port Townsend High School, graduating senior Devin Harris has stuck by the motto: “Be coachable at everything you do.” “My parents gave me that mindset of … more
Port Townsend High School graduating senior Finn O’Donnell spent his high school career getting a head start. He began early paving his path to further education, balancing both Advanced … more
Berkley Hill of Port Townsend has earned dean’s list recognition at George Fox University for the spring 2021 semester. Hill is a senior majoring in computer science. Traditional … more
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