Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Ken Parshall, Warm Springs K-8 Academys new principal, sits in on a classroom and watches as kindergartners practice pronunciation last week.
Album ID: 1983330
Not into dodgeball? Just take a walk
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Bend High School freshman Bailey Colvin, center, and senior Samantha Jackson, right in black jacket, lead a group of classmates Tuesday during a low-impact PE class in Bend.
Album ID: 1981987
Bend schools introduce new cleaner created from water, salt
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Rob Johnson,building engineer at Pacific Crest Middle School, drives a Tennant T7 Micro Rider Floor Scrubber, which uses a cleaning solution made of water, salt and electricity, to clean the floors at Pacific Crest Middle School in Bend Monday morning.
Album ID: 1981559
Say cheese! For students, picture day still a big deal
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Parent volunteer Mary Gregg, left, helps second-grader Ashley Gonzalez put a bow in her hair. Gregg was on hand Tuesday to help students get ready for picture day at Juniper Elementary School in Bend.
Album ID: 1979726
Program is keeping students fed on the weekends
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Residents at J Bar J Boys Ranch work together to assemble meals for Backpacks in Bend on Wednesday. The Backpacks in Bend program makes bags of nonperishable food for local schoolchildren to take home over the weekend as a way to help combat childhood hunger in Central Oregon.
Album ID: 1979014
They?re still working out kinks?in first weeks at Pacific Crest
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Students run through a crosswalk in the roundabout at Northwest Mount Washington Drive and Northwest Crossing Drive on Friday afternoon.
Album ID: 1978742
Moving-In day at new dorm
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Jazmyne Strohm, 18, left, of Roseburg, and her aunt Chellee Booth haul a cart filled with Jazmyne?s belongings up a hill while moving in to the residence hall at Central Oregon Community College on Thursday in Bend. Volunteers and members of the COCC rugby team were around to help students on move-in day and came to assist Jazmyne moments later.
Album ID: 1978141
Bend student represents Oregon at national summit
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Jesy Lopez, left, and her twin sister, Joyce, talk to members of their cross country team about the Fuel Up to Play 60 nutrition and fitness program following their practice Friday afternoon. Joyce represented Oregon at a national summit for the program in Chicago last month.
Album ID: 1977348
What new test results mean is still a ?mystery?
Album ID: 1974716
Workshop attempts to make coding accessible for parents
Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Laura Kelton, of Redmond, goes through the steps to learn about computer coding at a workshop for parents at the Redmond Public Library.