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In the “green room,” also known as a classroom at Quilcene High School, a group of 20 graduates milled about, pinning their caps into their hair, layering … more
The McCurdy Pavilion at Fort Worden saw a packed house for the 125th commencement ceremony for Port Townsend High School on the evening of June 7. At 69, this graduating class was the smallest in … more
Before she arrived in Port Townsend in eighth grade, Port Townsend High School graduating senior Rosalyn Salmon’s home life was somewhat turbulent. Her dad was a single father for much of her … more
Nico Winegar was born in Littleton, Colorado, but since his family moved to Port Townsend six months later, the 18-year-old graduating senior at Port Townsend High School considers himself born and … more
Four Chimacum juniors and a graduating senior have earned the Washington State Seal of Biliteracy, a nationally-recognized award for proficiency in both English and another language. more
With $1.5 million in recent upgrades to its campus, the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building is whetting the community’s appetite for another $1 million in upcoming projects, all of which is funded. more
Editor’s note: After the customary praising of faculty, staff, parents, students and his bosses on the school board, Chimacum High School principal Brian MacKenzie devoted three quarters of his … more
For the first time in nearly four years, the Port Townsend School District has three positions up for election this fall as Washington comes to grips with a teacher shortage, lingering controversy over the state’s response to a funding lawsuit and the endless quest for reform. more
While Peninsula College officials have announced plans to lay off some staff to counteract an $800,000 deficit, the Port Townsend campus should bear little brunt of these moves. more
On the surface, the state Supreme Court’s McCleary decision was a homeport victory for underfunded school districts throughout the state, and for the Chimacum School District in particular, where Stephanie McCleary still works. more
Voters approved both of the Port Townsend School District’s levies on the Feb. 12 special-election ballot. Proposition 1, which replaces the expiring educational programs and school support levy, received 4,127 votes in favor, or 68.38 percent, to 1,908 votes against, 31.62 percent. more
The Port Townsend School District’s two levies on the Feb. 12 ballot both were approved by voters. Proposition 1, which replaces the expiring educational programs and school support levy, … more
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