Effective immediately, masks are no longer required at Walla Walla Public Schools for staff or students when outdoors, including at recess.
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 librarians of Walla Walla School District’s two middle schools know children love to read fantasy books. However, they are hoping to broaden student reading habits with a Bingo-style summer reading program.
Walla Walla Public Schools will continue to provide breakfasts and lunches to students — and any Walla Walla youth from 1 to 18 — throughout the summer.
Walla Walla Public Schools is implementing a one-to-one technology program for middle and high school students beginning this fall.
Graduation rates, postsecondary enrollment rates and postsecondary remediation rates are trending in a positive direction for students of Walla Walla Public Schools, recently released numbers show.
In response to the effects of COVID-19 on the traditional school year, Walla Walla Public Schools is looking for feedback from faculty, parents and students on how schools here should reopen in the fall.
Charles Stanger, a local cyclist known for blaring music as he tows a 60-foot bicycle sculpture through the streets, led a bike parade down through the Sharpstein Elementary School neighborhood Monday.
The pass-fail option for grading high school students in Washington during the COVID-19 pandemic was taken off the table Tuesday by state education chief Chris Reykdal.