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The First Presbyterian Church of Port Townsend is accepting applications for the Sarah ‘Dusty’ Westall Scholarship. The endowed scholarship fund is used annually by the church for … more
The Chimacum School Board elected its officers for 2021 at its last meeting in December. Board Member Kathryn Lamka nominated Kristina Mayer for chair, and she was elected to a second term on a … more
The Port Townsend School District is conducting a study of its Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) programming and has started an Inclusive OCEAN Survey that will run through the end of the … more
Joyana Tarsa of Port Townsend has been recognized for academic excellence at St. Norbert College. The college recently announced the students who were named to its 2020 fall semester dean’s … more
The volunteer committee working to pass the Chimacum School District’s February replacement levy to fund school operations has gotten off to a good start, District Superintendent David Engle … more
Ten graduates of Port Townsend High School have been awarded scholarships from the Port Townsend High School Scholarship Foundation, the nonprofit announced last week. The awards total $32,000 for … more
Brinnon School District students have new way to re-hydrate, thanks to a project organized through Jefferson Healthcare. As part of a Participatory Grant through Jefferson Healthcare, … more
A six-part weekly class, “Parenting With Love & Logic,” will be offered via the Zoom videoconferencing platform in January and February, and families with students enrolled in Port … more
The Brinnon School District will benefit from state funds to buy new laptops for its students. The funds will help the district replace older, second-hand laptops for its pre-kindergarten through … more
The Chimacum School District will put a property tax levy measure before voters in February to pay for educational programs and operations. The four-year levy is a replacement measure for a … more
The Port Townsend School District will pause in-person learning in light of rising local COVID-19 infections starting Monday, Nov. 30. In a message sent to families at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, … more
With COVID-19 cases trending up throughout Jefferson County, Quilcene School District will be going back to remote learning starting next Monday. In a letter sent out to district families Nov. 18, … more
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