Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A form is used to glue the body of a ukulele together Tuesday afternoon at Sisters High School.
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Campuses? goal: Adapt as needs change
Bulletin file photo/2013 COCC students listen to Marketing Principles I instructor Patti Norris during class at the Prineville location. In fall 2011, 13 courses were offered at the COCC campus in Prineville; this fall, that number was nearly doubled.
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Honored after 40 years
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Dale Crawford receives hugs from his students while being honored for his years of teaching agriculture during the annual FFA banquet in Culver on Thursday. Crawford is retiring after 40 years of teaching in Central Oregon.
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New superintendent wants to personalize education
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Shay Mikalson greets first-grader Jaycie Gateley, her brother, Cash, a fourth-grader, right, and sister, Lillie, a third-grader, outside Buckingham Elementary School in Bend on Thursday morning. Mikalson, who will take over as Bend-La Pine superintendent in July, was at the school to help serve breakfast to teachers and staff.
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Goodbye, steelhead fry
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin SeQuoia Chilcote, 7, prepares to carefully place a plastic cup full of steelhead fry into the Shevlin Park pond as fellow students watch Thursday afternoon. Students in the Bend-La Pine School Districts online program released steelhead fry into the pond as the last step in their interactive lesson on how the fish grow. [A underwater camera was used to capture this photo]
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Budget has schools preparing for cuts
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Will full-day kindergarten be a blow to Head Start?
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Echo Lappin, a teacher with NeighborImpact?s Head Start program, reads a book about planets to her students in Bend Monday morning. Lappin says she likes the Head Start model, but there?s worry the program might lose teachers to the full-day kindergarten program that is rolling out this fall.
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A winding path to become COCC?s first female president
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Shirley Metcalf, Central Oregon Community College?s new president, stands outside the Campus Center on Thursday in Bend.
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Summit robotics team poised to advance
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Members of the Summit High School robotics team stand next to the robot they competed with in a regional robotics competition earlier this month. The team had to design and build a robot that could stack a group of plastic shipping containers along with moving a trash can.