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As the lunch bell rang out, 17-year-old Hannah Bahls stood at the flagpole outside her school with a megaphone, telling students to circle up to participate in the second climate action rally at Port … more
Chris McDaniel cmcdaniel@ptleader.com Coming from a family of diving enthusiasts, Delana Horner dreams of a day when she can study the migration patterns of Great White Sharks around the world. … more
After discovering a love for high level math during his junior year, high school graduate Braden Coleman is hoping to earn a teaching degree so he can help … more
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
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