Nearly 11,000 Oregonians weighed in by participating in the largest public outreach and survey effort by saying that education is “very important” and smaller class sizes and a well-rounded education are top priorities.
Umpqua Community College and the Zonta Club of Roseburg co-host their ninth Open World delegation from Sept. 23 to Oct. 2.
The Roseburg High School Marching Ensemble will travel to its first of three fall competitions today.
The Education Week Research Center released a study last week about teacher’s perspectives on “growth mindset,” the belief that intelligence can be developed through effort. The report addressed several findings about teachers’ views and experiences with growth mindset.
- Boys & Girls Clubs of the Umpqua Valley open on non-school days
- Explosions, Inc., returns with events at Douglas County libraries in October
- Nearly 11,000 Oregonians weigh in on education survey
- Ukrainian educators visit UCC to examine higher education opportunities in Oregon
- Roseburg Marching Ensemble travels to Salem for Pacific Coast Invitational
DRAIN — Riley Swafford connected with Sean Keenan five times in the first half for touchdowns as North Douglas overcame Riddle and the hard-running Charles Hardage for a 66-36 nonconference win Friday night.
Fall brings Oktoberfest and time to celebrate the labors of summer with a great big party. This longstanding tradition in Germany is celebrated in countless communities here in the U.S. as well. Great music, German-themed food and lots of specially-crafted beers are usually found in abundance.