County health department cleared kids with negative tests to return to in-person learning Thursday
LYNDEN — Thursday, the Lynden School Board will consider a multilingual learning agreement with the Northwest Educational Service District (NWESD).
LYNDEN — Close to 200 people attended Lynden School District’s Aug. 12 meeting. Many were against the July 28 announcement that cloth face coverings or masks must be worn on school campuses by anyone, vaccinated or not.
Safely returning to the classroom for full time in-person instruction this school year is important for students, teachers, and staff.
NOOKSACK – As a licensed mental health provider for the Nooksack Valley School District, Lindsay Anderson provides school-based mental health treatment for elementary school kids.
Bernice Vossbeck Elementary School teacher Anne Marie Peach receives the Ferndale/Lynden Masonic Lodge’s 2021 Educator of the Year Award during the Lynden School District governing board’s June 17 meeting. Peach, who teaches third grade, also receives $1,000 to use in her classroom. Her name…
LYNDEN — The Lynden School Board will have a special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, to interview interim superintendent candidates and possibly announce an interim selection.
BELLINGHAM —Whatcom Community College has been designated a Voter Friendly Campus by national, nonpartisan organizations Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project and NASPA (Student Affairs administrators in higher education).
WHATCOM — This year, Whatcom Women in Business will award three $5,000 scholarships to women entering higher education including but not limited to technical or trade school, beauty school, community college or university.
BELLINGHAM — For the first time, Whatcom Community College’s Community & Continuing Education program will launch a training course for those seeking to become a licensed Adult Family Home administrator.
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Community College Foundation announces a new endowed scholarship fund to support gender equity in cybersecurity, made possible through the generous contribution of Carl Willis-Ford, longtime speaker and advocate for human-oriented cybersecurity and diversity and in…
LYNDEN — Stacey Martin is announced as the coordinator of the Be The One student mentoring program that starts up at Lynden Christian High School this fall.
BOTHELL — First District Congresswoman Suzan DelBene announces that 16 high school graduates from northwest Washington have accepted appointments to the four U.S. military service academies.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed William (Bill) Mirand and Richard (Rick) Kaiser to serve on the Board of Trustees of Bellingham Technical College. Mirand’s term began in March and Kaiser’s term started in July.