The Elkton School District is creating a Veteran’s Memorial on the Elkton High School Campus, and community members have 10 days left to help out by purchasing tiles honoring individual veterans.
When eighth-graders walk to school, kindergartners hop off the bus and high school students pull into campus parking lots, our schools welcome them with open arms. Teachers, administrators and staff take responsibility for all of our 6,000-plus students throughout the day, with a mission to …
For one group of fourth- and fifth-graders, the grand opening of the Roseburg Public Library this month offered more than the chance to celebrate with the community.
The Roseburg Elks Lodge held its annual Hoop Shoot competition at Fremont Middle School last Saturday. Sixteen boys and 12 girls, ages 8 to 13, squared off from the free-throw line for the opportunity to advance to the District Hoop Shoot.
Only one community member showed up to the first community member meeting in the search for a new Roseburg Public School Superintendent. He was on his way to a concert and had an hour to kill on campus at Roseburg High School.
"Every Life has a Story," a six week Umpqua Community College class demonstrating various ways of telling personal stories, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. every Tuesday from Jan. 29 to March 6. The class will be held at the Wayne Crooch Hall on the UCC campus.
AmeriCorps members of Douglas County Partners for Student Success and Phoenix School of Roseburg are partnering to host a student-driven College and Career Workshop from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21, at the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley, 1144 NE Cedar St., Roseburg.
The Roseburg Public School Board approved the contract with an education search firm to lead the search for a new superintendent, who will take over July 1.
When an Eastwood Elementary School teacher reported some condensation on a door window at the school over Christmas break, Eastwood Elementary School Principal Jennifer Thompson wasn’t overly concerned at first.
During its regular meeting Wednesday, the Roseburg School Board of Directors approved a temporary easement through the Roseburg High School parking lot to make way for construction around Exit 124 off Interstate 5.
It was the beginning of a new era for the Lookingglass community Monday night, as the Lookingglass School’s new gymnasium, library and cafeteria were officially opened to replace the historic building that was destroyed by fire on the night of Dec. 26, 2016.