Whitman College will require students to get a COVID-19 vaccine before arriving on campus this fall. Walla Walla University and Walla Walla Community College will not.
Walla Walla Community College is expanding its criminal justice program to offer a new four-year bachelor of applied science degree.
Innovations Charter School in Walla Walla will shut its doors at the end of the current school year, the charter school’s board has decided. At its April 29 meeting, the board cited low enrollment in its decision not to continue operations for a fourth year.
A reception to honor the 2021 Walla Walla Public Schools honorees for the Graduates of Distinction program will be from 4-5:30 p.m. June 7 in The Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center, 6 N. Rose St.
COLUMN: A phrase in Lord’s Prayer reads, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done”. When I was a child I pictured the kingdom as Heaven. It seemed to be the ideal place for it. But now I think the kingdom is not a place so much as a goal to meet each day here on earth. We are living in the kingdom. This is it.
The College Place School District will buy six new portable classrooms for use at Davis Elementary School connected to a 6% annual increase in enrollment and paid for with stimulus funding.
Whitman College offers zip lines, bike repairs and kayaking on a spring break fractured into five separate days to keep students from traveling during the pandemic.
Looking for a special treat for your dog? Walla Walla High School REACH and STEP students have started a dog treat business and have you covered.
Three Garrison Middle School students teamed up and were honored at a state STEM contest for creating a proposal for a smart phone app that addresses mental health for teenagers.
Weston-McEwen High School junior Aiden Wolf was all set to head to Texas for a week-long meeting with other rural youth from around the U.S. When the event was canceled, he instead shared some of his experiences in an essay.
The days of hybrid learning are coming to an end for Walla Walla Public Schools’ elementary and middle school students. April 26 has been set as the day these students will return to a full in-person schedule.
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Though they weren't able to move to hybrid schedules for students as early as their Washington neighbors, now Milton-Freewater and Athena-Weston school districts are jumping to full days of in-person learning faster than most districts to the north.
College Place students will return to full-day in-person instruction on April 26, Superintendent James Fry announced. This includes high school students.
Walla Walla elementary and middle school students will return to full-day, in-person instruction this spring. High school students will have to wait until fall to return to full days.
When College Place students started returning to the classroom for a hybrid schedule, singing in music class wasn't allowed. With loosening Covid-19 guidelines, that's changed.
Walla Walla parents and students: how do you feel about the change in social-distancing guidelines for Washington schools? The Walla Walla School District wants to know.