Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Kindergartners Jacob DeFoyd, left, Hannah Allbee and Mercy Bateman, right, wait in line for pumpkin pie during a Thanksgiving lunch at Sage Elementary School in Redmond last week.
Album ID: 1997759
COCC chef, student heading ?to Italy for cultural exchange
Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Cascade Culinary Institute Chef Instructor David Trask and Cascade Culinary Institute student Melissa Acord stand together in a kitchen at the culinary school last week.
Album ID: 1997362
In a digital era, school libraries evolve to keep up
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Marni Hanna, the media manager at Pacific Crest Middle School, helps sixth-grader Ollie Bond Welch with his iPad. As the school library has evolved, staff is being asked to do more technical support.
Album ID: 1997034
La Pine High students study, move with Shakespeare
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Students at La Pine High School read the ghosts scene last week from 'Hamlet' during a workshop put on by actors with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Album ID: 1995797
Pumice mine deal near?
Album ID: 1995025
Where 5 students are like family
Album ID: 1995271
Campus Watch Academic building going up ?on OSU-Cascades campus
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin A view of the future OSU Cascades campus as a base structure is formed on Sunday.
Album ID: 1992935
Solar car returned to Bend school
Bulletin file photo Trinity High School students work on their school solar car project with Lanceair composite engineers in Redmond in 2013. The car and trailer storing it were allegedly stolen Tuesday, and two Bend residents were arrested in connection with the incident.
Album ID: 1991460
Madras thrift store gives students on-the-job training
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Store manager Linda Graham, left, and worker Bransen Stanfield look over the weeks schedule at the Heart of Oregon Corps Thrift Store in Madras. Photographs of previous employees hang on the wall to the right.
Album ID: 1991459
Thieves who stole $150,000 in textbooks remain unknown
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Due to thefts in recent years the Central Oregon Community College bookstore has restricted access by not allowing students to browse textbook section of the store.