The September 23, 2016 edition of Community Connections by the Steilacoom Historical School District is online here.
LAKEWOOD, Wash. — A parent should never wonder: Is my child safe at school? But the KOMO Investigators have uncovered a shocking failure by one local school district that allowed sexually aggressive students to repeatedly target the most vulnerable kids. Read more: Clover Park Schools failed to protect vulnerable students from predators
LAKEWOOD – Last month, Skanska construction workers and sub-contractors, working on the new Evergreen Elementary School on Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), began a back to school supply drive for students at Tillicum Elementary. On Sept. 16, Skanska representatives delivered donated supplies and money amounting to $4,800 to Tillicum Elementary students.
When Pierce College Fort Steilacoom student Skyler Hampton heard about the Raiders Serve service trip to Nicaragua, she knew she needed to be a part of it.
The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges has named Pierce College Director of Education Programs Krissy Kim as a winner of the prestigious Anna Sue McNeil Assessment, Teaching and Learning Award.
Pierce College International Education is proud to announce the 3rd Annual International Celebration Dinner on Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. in the Health Education Center at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom.
By Jen Willey Annie Wright Schools’ Girls’ Business and Entrepreneurship Program (GBEP), a signature program within the Upper School for girls in Grades 10-12, has been featured by The National Association of Independent Schools’ Inspiration Lab. The National Association of Independent Schools is a membership organization of more than 1,500 non-profit independent schools across the […]
TACOMA, Wash. – For Israeli psychiatrist and human rights activist Ruchama Marton, a doctor’s role encompasses far more than curing disease and healing injuries. “Our mission is to fight the evil that people do to other human beings, no less than fighting against viruses and microbes,” she says.
For the past seven years, Pierce College English Professor Corrina Wycoff has spent every break in the quarter investing countless hours into her latest novel, “Damascus House.” Published earlier this month, the novel is written from the perspectives of six different characters from a tight-knit fundamentalist Christian church in New Jersey.
The Lakewood school district’s union and School Board have agreed to a new three-year contract, which includes local pay raises that supplement the 1.8-percent raise granted this year by the Legislature. Read more: Clover Park teachers get 10.2 percent pay bump over three years in new contract | The News Tribune