The YMCA of Yakima and Skateland are each set to launch day programs to oversee and support grade school students in virtual learning.
The Yakima Health District outlined recommendations Monday that could bring elementary students back on campus as early as Oct. 12 because of improving COVID-19 numbers.
Enrollment across all eight Central Washington University sites and centers dropped about 5% compared to last fall term.
The Math Center at Yakima Valley College was bustling on Wednesday, with more than 100 students passing through and upward of 60 receiving tutoring support.
West Valley’s school board will hold off on a proposed timeline for a staggered return to campus so the district can gather community and staff feedback.
The Yakima Health District is discussing when and how to safely return public school students to campus, with a possible announcement this coming Monday.
For the 18th consecutive year, E/Step Software Inc. in West Valley is offering a free class exploring the APL computer programming language throughout the school year.
A new contest surrounding suicide prevention and mental health expression aims to bring funding to South Central Washington classrooms.
Yakima School District is expanding its weekly meal distribution to all youth ages 1-18 starting Wednesday, according to a news release.
Routine immunizations and wellness visits among Yakima County children remain below average going into the new school year, according to local health experts.
Selah teachers began moving into the new Robert Lince Kindergarten campus last week, just in time for the 2020-21 school year, as planned.
Sep. 1--More than 94% of Washington state public school kids beginning classes this month are doing so almost entirely remotely, according to new data from the state education department.
The Yakima School District has updated its distribution sites for student meals this fall.
Sep. 1--The day before the start of the new school year, Prosser School District officials said they were postponing the first day of school by a week.
Students donning masks formed three lines at health check tables at the entrance to the La Salle High School campus Wednesday morning, keeping distance between one another.
It’s not too late to register children for kindergarten in the Yakima Valley.
Campuses across the Yakima School District were quiet Wednesday morning — at least compared to the first day of school in any other year.
As students begin logging onto class this week, families have mixed feelings about how they expect the new school year to pan out.
Both public and private schools in several counties with high levels of coronavirus cases are deciding to open their doors anyway.
In Yakima County, 10 out of 15 public school districts will have a device to send home with every student by the end of fall. Before the pandemic, just five school districts were able to provide that service to all students.
Yakima School District teacher Megan Anderson-Reilly has been named 2020-21 Regional Teacher of the Year for her groundbreaking work with English language learners, placing her in the running for the statewide title.