Clover Park Technical College Esthetic Sciences instructor Jennifer Whipple’s has been selected as the college’s 2017 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Award recipient. Whipple was nominated by her peers and selected by a faculty-composed selection committee for her commitment and leadership to students, education and the college.
Clover Park School District (CPSD) is pleased to report that 77.4 percent of last year’s eligible eighth graders signed up for the College Bound Scholarship (CBS) program by the June 30 deadline. Statewide, over 30,000—71 percent—of eligible students signed up for the program.
Last week, Clover Park Technical College Associated Student Government President Annie Mafi and Legislative Officer Michael Clarke had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. to attend the Association of Community College Trustees National Legislative Summit. The two students traveled with CPTC President Dr. Joyce Loveday, Vice President of Strategic Development Tawny Dotson and CPTC […]
Catarina Ratajczak and Grace Sullivan, TCC’s All-Washington Scholars for 2017, will represent the college at the March 23 All Washington Academic Team Recognition event at South Puget Sound Community College.
National community college reform leader Achieving the Dream (ATD) today awarded the 2017 Leah Meyer Austin Award to Miami Dade College and Pierce College District. The national prize is given annually to a college or colleges in the ATD Network that show measurable improvement in student outcomes driven by top-to-bottom cultural change in the institution.
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Not many people find their passion and dream job before officially graduating high school. But for Clover Park Technical College Running Start student – and soon-to-be alum – Caleb Davenport, that’s exactly what happened. “I’ve always been a go-getter; I don’t like waiting around or anything,” Davenport said. “I really like the job, and it’s […]
“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” will take audience members on a thrilling musical ride when the show opens Feb. 25 at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom’s Black Box Theater. Set in 19th century England, the musical follows the return of barber Sweeney Todd to London after 15 years of exile. He plans to […]
Full-day kindergarten, at no cost to families, is offered at all three of the district’s primary schools; Cherrydale Primary, Chloe Clark and Anderson Island Elementary Schools. The district offers outstanding early learning programs that are developmentally appropriate and academically rigorous. All kindergarten programs are student centered, offer content with hands-on learning experiences and staff establish […]
When first-generation college student Devon McKenna was growing up, he did not see much value in pursuing higher education. While growing up in Australia, McKenna knew only a few former classmates who decided to go to college, “and they didn’t seem to have a practical bone in their bodies,” he said. “It made me wonder […]