The Third Annual 2017 ACTS 30 Talent Contest held at Roseburg High School’s Rose Theatre last Saturday featured 52 contestants.
Tackling Oregon graduation rates is a complex issue, without one simple solution. One thing is for certain regarding communities across Oregon and our youth, we cannot repeatedly ignore the issue, nor can we continually try to address graduation rates using the same old approach.
Pacific University is coming to Roseburg this month to hold an informational session on beginning a local teacher training program in Douglas County.
Cobb School has hired Bill Alsdurf as Head of School. He will begin this summer. Alsdurf is currently Head of Lower School at Cascades Academy in Bend and will relocate to Douglas County in June.
Hucrest Elementary School fifth-grade teachers in collaboration with the Umpqua National Forest’s Heritage Program will be providing outdoor experiences for students through interpretive and hands-on events.
SUTHERLIN — This year’s regional National History Day competition saw winners from Sutherlin High School who represented the Sutherlin School District for the first time in this national competition.
A Sutherlin 4-H robotics team, the Mechanical Maniacs, competed successfully at the FIRST Tech Challenge West Super-Regional Championship event held March 10-12 at the Tacoma Convention Center in Tacoma, Washington.
A group of Roseburg High School students and staff traveled to Salem Monday to alert the state Legislature about the importance of fully funding Measure 98 to assist high schools with improving graduation rates.
Following a public hearing Wednesday with no public testimony, the Roseburg Public Schools Board of Directors voted five to one in favor of approving a proposed agreement between the school district and the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians that would allow Roseburg High School to re…
Addressing an estimated 75 percent high school completion rate within the district, Roseburg Public Schools will be offering an additional secondary school option in the fall for school district students.
Roseburg Public Schools announced that Joseph Lane Middle School land Eastwood Elementary School earned first and fourth place in the 2016 November School Breakfast Challenge.
The 10th Annual Explore Engineering, Surveying, Forestry and Information Technology Dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 15, in the Umpqua Community College gymnasium, 1140 Umpqua College Road, Roseburg.
Research shows states and districts are expanding Advanced Placement access and success for public high school students, including efforts to secure funding for low-income students via new funding sources.
A new video highlighting the need to adequately invest in Oregon’s K-12 public schools debuted recently on “The Promise of Oregon” website at www.promiseoregon.org.
About 385 students at Fullerton IV Elementary School in Roseburg have created artwork that was inspired by the school’s bimonthly theme — “Creativity.”
WINSTON — Tears of joy filled the eyes of Lookingglass Elementary School parents and staff Wednesday as the Winston-Dillard School District Board of Education unanimously approved option one that favored rebuilding of the gymnasium that burned in a fire late last December on the school’s campus.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved the installation of an additional vineyard site on the west side of campus.
The Celebration of Literacy series of month-long literature events came to a close Saturday with a Battle of the Books event at Roseburg High School.
YONCALLA — The Yoncalla School District’s Board of Directors held a work session Monday to hear feedback from professionals about facilities at Yoncalla High School.
St. Paul School is hosting open enrollment now at St. Paul Lutheran Church and School located on 750 W. Keady Ct., Roseburg.
The Sutherlin 4-H robotics team the Mechanical Maniacs was on the winning alliance at a recent state robotics championship event and will now advance to the regional championship level.
The following students are on the Winston-Dillard School District honor roll for the first semester of the 2016-17 school year.
The following students made the honor roll for the first semester of the 2016-17 school year at South Umpqua High School.
GLIDE — From professional broadcasting to home movies, video technology has a place in modern society. Starting last semester, a digital media class is now among Glide High School electives offered to students in all grades.