When schools statewide closed last March, school buses came to a halt.
As health organizations across the Yakima Valley work to make vaccines accessible to all who are eligible, local nursing, pharmacy and other students are pitching in to get those vaccines into community members’ arms.
Yakima Valley College plans to continue online learning through the end of the summer term.
The West Valley School District is on track to bring in roughly $1 million less in levy funds from local taxpayers this year than last in an effort to compensate for overshooting the tax rate promised to voters in 2019 ahead of a new bond measure vote.
As a new quarter kicks off at Yakima Valley College, the school is ready to reveal the new and much- anticipated West Campus in Yakima to the community.
A statewide strike of small child care providers proposed earlier this month remains on the table, and union leaders say it could take place in mid-January.
More Yakima Valley students and teachers could return to school in person next year, as schools elsewhere in the state look at the Yakima Valley as a model of how schools can operate safely in person.
The first program in the nation that will recognize work and apprenticeship experience to earn a bachelor’s degree is launching through a partnership between Central Washington University and Renton Technical College, according to the lieutenant governor’s office.
Almost exactly 10 months after West Valley School District proposed transforming its Freshman Campus into an “innovation school” with a flexible learning environment for students in the district, the plan is moving forward.
The Yakima School District plans to refinance decade-old bonds in an effort to save local taxpayers a collective $2.8 million over the next 10 years.
Martha Rice was unanimously elected as the new president of the Yakima School District Board of Directors during a virtual business meeting Tuesday night.
Chris Reykdal, Washington state schools chief, says the system in place now doesn't work for a lot of kids, but he has little power to change it. Not everyone agrees his hands are tied. And he has found ways to enact a few statewide changes.
Washington family child care providers are contemplating a strike, with union participants saying they’re at their wits’ end amid increasing pressure from the pandemic.
The vast majority of Yakima School District students will remain in 100% remote learning as the second semester of the school year begins in late January, the district announced Friday.
Flags across Yakima School District are at half-staff this week as the school and broader community mourn the loss of an admired leader.
Families of Hilton Elementary School students spent eight days getting to know their kids’ teachers before serious academic work began through distance learning this Fall.
Early this fall, Grandview High School Principal Kim Casey became concerned about a rising number of failing grades among her students. For a variety of reasons, from poor Wi-Fi to lack of quiet space or adult support, students’ grades were slipping dramatically amid remote learning brought …
La Salle High School, Naches Valley Elementary School and a local early learning program elected to temporarily close their buildings Friday in light of new COVID-19 cases.
Yakima health officials have decided to halt plans for high school students to return to in-person learning.
Three weeks into this school year, Ellensburg High School English teacher Christine Roux was leading a 12th grade class through the structure of a strong argument or opinion.
Kindergarten teacher Rachel Wood is overjoyed to have finally met her students in person and welcomed them to their classroom at Cottonwood Elementary in West Valley.