When an in-home child care provider needs to take sick leave or attend an industry training for the day, there are two options: Have a qualified substitute fill in or close the doors.
Snags collecting a new state tax may make it difficult for Washington to fulfill its promise to pay full or partial tuition to its public colleges for more than 100,000 students this year.
Voters throughout Yakima County will decide measures to renew school operation levies as ballots for the February special election are mailed out this week.
Power has been restored at three Yakima School District elementary schools after short outages Friday morning.
A guiding plan for the Yakima School District is minor tweaks away from approval.
Improvements to buildings as well as upgrades for student safety are the main concerns in an upcoming Kittitas School District bond. In a bond election on Feb. 11, the district is seeking $1.16 per $1,000 of assessed property value, this translates to $13.2 million.
Yakima Valley College is set to host the 5th Element Hip-Hop Exhibit by the Black History 101 Mobile Museum next week as part of its diversity series.
Following a controversial comment in a video blog, a volunteer basketball coach at Wapato High School stepped down Sunday.
Demolition at Apple Valley and Summitview elementary schools in West Valley began in mid-December and is expected to wrap up by the end of January, making way for new school buildings.
Central Washington University is requesting $3.28 million in state funding to upgrade its security systems in Ellensburg after a false active shooter threat in February.
Each day in the Granger School District, seven dedicated school bus drivers transport roughly 700 students to and from school.
Applications for the Mollie Davis Scholarship Program for the 2020-21 school year are open through February, according to a news release.
In advance of next year’s
Yakima residents will vote on two school property tax levies during a Feb. 11 special election.
Community feedback on two proposed Yakima School District levies has been positive but minimal, school officials said Monday.
The Yakima school board will have a public information meeting Monday evening before deciding whether to put two, four-year property tax levies to vote on the February ballot.
Children’s Village will receive state funding to expand in-home visits for first-time Yakama Nation mothers through its Nurse Family Partnership program.
Yakima School District leaders intend to request a more extensive independent survey of employee culture and civility.
More than 100 Central Washington University students protested what they say is media censorship on campus Thursday.
Union Gap voters appear to favor a levy that would annex a proposed library into the Yakima Valley Libraries district.
A $10 million capital improvement levy for the Toppenish School District that would mean new classrooms and a gym at the high school does not appear to have garnered the necessary votes, according to preliminary ballot counts Tuesday night.