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Joyana Tarsa of Port Townsend has been recognized for academic excellence at St. Norbert College. The college recently announced the students who were named to its 2020 fall semester dean’s … more
The volunteer committee working to pass the Chimacum School District’s February replacement levy to fund school operations has gotten off to a good start, District Superintendent David Engle … more
Ten graduates of Port Townsend High School have been awarded scholarships from the Port Townsend High School Scholarship Foundation, the nonprofit announced last week. The awards total $32,000 for … more
Brinnon School District students have new way to re-hydrate, thanks to a project organized through Jefferson Healthcare. As part of a Participatory Grant through Jefferson Healthcare, … more
A six-part weekly class, “Parenting With Love & Logic,” will be offered via the Zoom videoconferencing platform in January and February, and families with students enrolled in Port … more
The Brinnon School District will benefit from state funds to buy new laptops for its students. The funds will help the district replace older, second-hand laptops for its pre-kindergarten through … more
The Chimacum School District will put a property tax levy measure before voters in February to pay for educational programs and operations. The four-year levy is a replacement measure for a … more
The Port Townsend School District will pause in-person learning in light of rising local COVID-19 infections starting Monday, Nov. 30. In a message sent to families at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, … more
With COVID-19 cases trending up throughout Jefferson County, Quilcene School District will be going back to remote learning starting next Monday. In a letter sent out to district families Nov. 18, … more
Brinnon School District will be making changes to its hybrid learning model amid a rise in COVID-19 infections throughout Jefferson County. An email sent by Brinnon School District Superintendent … more
All students in the Chimacum School District will begin learning at home starting Wednesday, Nov.25. Chimacum District Superintendent David Engle made the decision to immediately pivot to … more
Chimacum students will still get some in-person support after schools are closed to the third wave of infections from the COVID-19 pandemic, Chimacum School District Superintendent David Engle said … more
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