The gym floor at the Warm Springs K-8 Academy sports the school?s eagle mascot.
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Schools question report on earthquake risks
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Summer of connecting kids with nature
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Youngsters play a game of Fox & Rabbit at the Predators and Prey ěDiscover Nature Dayî class at Ponderosa Park in Bend on Thursday.
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Where Bend-La Pine grads plan to enroll
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Culver classrooms ?razed for new ones
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Tom Curtis, with Keeton King Contracting, uses a trackhoe Tuesday to knock down the roof around a beam in the third- through fifth-grade classroom wing of Culver Elementary School. The beam will be used in a new school. Classes will be held in portable units behind the school until the construction is complete.
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Schools expect to add 175 students
Bend-La Pine building
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Students get an early taste of high school ? with iPads
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Jeremy Macdonald, the Redmond School DistrictĚs director of technology and innovation, helps a group of incoming freshmen get logged onto their iPads during Camp Nine Monday morning at Ridgeview High School. In addition to getting them started with their school iPads, the camp gives some students an early start to the school year, smoothing the transition to high school.
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Alternative approach isn?t ?so popular after preschool
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Eight-year-old Isaac Witham uses an eye dropper to add more soap to a bowl to make more bubbles while playing with one of the practical life skills activities at the Bend Montessori School on Monday. The activity helps teach skills students would use in everyday life like pouring and measuring liquids.
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Girl Scout aims to help human trafficking victims
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Kate Cuthbert gives a presentation on human trafficking recently at the East Bend Library as part of a project to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award. ?A lot of people do things like gather school supplies for their project,? Cuthbert said. ?I was hoping to do something that could potentially have a bigger impact.?
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A time of transition ?for COCC leadership
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Jim Middleton, the president of Central Oregon Community College, will retire in the fall.