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Published: 1/3/2013 8:54:56 AM
AURORA — It looks like the North Marion High School class of 2013 may be starting a new tradition.After months of consideration, the school administration has decided to move its June 7, 2013 graduation from the school’s athletic field to Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin due to a series of unfortunate experiences in recent graduations.
Published: 1/10/2013 1:50:40 PM
The Canby Center After School Club is open to students every Tuesday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. in the TCC Youth Center with a wide selection of activities that cater to different interests.
Published: 1/22/2013 3:25:01 PM
The Canby School Board put off a decision on making Trost Elementary School a magnet school for Dual Language Immersion and sending students not in the program to Carus Elementary School.
Published: 1/22/2013 4:59:33 PM
The Canby School Board decided that three reductions days it had on the schedule would be restored to the school year.Reduction days are days that would potentially be cut due to a lack of state funding.
Published: 1/31/2013 1:55:56 PM
Canby Kiwanis and the Canby business community have announced Josh Nichols and Joe Ruwitch as the November and December teachers of the month, respectively.
Published: 1/31/2013 2:02:47 PM
Canby High School students of the month – December 2012 are: Front row, Mariana Navarro, Jerome Larson, Shelby Brito, Trevin Stephens. Middle row, Elizabeth Altamirano, Marisol Navarro, Sarah Dietrich, Kayla Davis, Andrew Riley and Zach Larson.
Published: 1/31/2013 2:06:34 PM
AURORA — North Marion students now have a place to turn for reporting bullying and other negative behaviors without being identified. “Bullying is the issue that comes up the most at the middle school level, as students are trying to figure out how to solve conflicts, and they don’t always have the tools to do that productively yet,” said Laurie Cooper, principal of North Marion Middle School.