The Douglas County Museum will present a Supernatural Saturday at the Museum event this weekend featuring Halloween-themed activities for kids and families.
MELROSE — Once they crossed over the threshold of Riversdale Academy, third and fourth graders from Camas Valley found themselves transported back to 1867.
Roseburg Public Schools’ education is below the state average in kindergarten through second grade attendance, third grade English and on-time graduation, according to the Oregon Department of Education.
Issiah Rookstool was one of 15 Douglas High School freshmen to give back to the veteran community Wednesday by volunteering time to clean the grounds of the Roseburg VA Health Care System.
Umpqua Community College does not have results from the lead dust testing at the Flegel Center, despite a Tuesday press release claiming that low levels of lead dust were found in the building that will be used for housing students.
Tests revealed lead dust on the first floor of the Flegel Center, which was scheduled to be used for housing Umpqua Community College students this school year.
Children newborn through 4 years old in the greater Roseburg, Glide and Idleyld Park areas soon will have the opportunity to receive free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program.
I recently asked a roomful of public safety representatives, educators and other community partners to share with one another why they do the work they do. A common answer quickly rose to the surface: They want to help people.
WINSTON — Elementary school students from Days Creek Charter School spent Thursday morning picking pumpkins, getting lost in a corn maze and listening to a story at Brosi’s Sugartree Farms.
School districts around the state are hosting community input sessions and working to complete continuous improvement plans to receive a portion of funding from the Student Success Act.
CAMAS VALLEY — Rob Brown was hired to be the transition specialist at Camas Valley Charter School three years ago with no real job description or expectations.
Umpqua Gem & Mineral Club donated 111 books, valued at more than $1,800, to schools in the Roseburg school district.
OAKLAND — Every student and staff member at Oakland Elementary School on Monday wore a blue shirt with the saying, “I am a buddy. What’s your superpower?” surrounding a big “S” on the front, similar to the Superman logo, in honor of the World Day of Bullying Prevention.
WINSTON — As part of an elective physical education class, students from Winston Middle School run from the school to Pacific Fitness to work out before running back — all within a class period.
Ashley Backen, Nicholas Bryant and Cole Smith were selected as the recipients of the 2019-2020 college scholarship winners by Douglas Timber Operators.
Teachers of students from kindergarten through 12th grade may submit work for the 13th annual NewArt Northwest Kids exhibition at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene.
WINCHESTER — Kelly Wright’s voice broke as she read the names of nine people who were killed four years ago at Umpqua Community College.
CANYONVILLE — Southern Oregon high school students had a chance to work on power lines, interact with a K-9, explore the inside of black hawk helicopter and operate different equipment at the Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo on Thursday.
Forms to receive federal Title funds are due Oct. 1 and 47 school districts across Oregon, including four in Douglas County, have not yet submitted plans to the Oregon Department of Education.
Democratic U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley and Congresswoman Katherine Clark (D-Mass.) introduced the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Act last week to provide school-based mental health services in schools across America.
Roseburg Public Schools’ board of directors approved a $150,000 contract Wednesday with BP Media Solutions to oversee all aspects of the May 2020 bond levy campaign.
Sutherlin School District’s school board has been meeting in work sessions since July to address ongoing facility concerns in the district.