Mount Bachelor Academy lawsuits settled out of court
Bulletin file photo Three lawsuits filed against the now-closed Mount Bachelor Academy east of Prineville have been resolved. The lawsuits alleged mistreatment of students at the school for troubled teens.
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RPA shows off results from January Term
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Students at Redmond Proficiency Academy play their cajon box drums they built during the school?s January Term showcase Wednesday in Redmond.
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Droids are hoping ?to build a better robot
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Calvin Limat, center, and Cade Trotter work together on designing an arm for a robot the High Desert Droids team was constructing together Monday afternoon at Mountain View High School.
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Fewer kids riding the bus to school
Joe Kline / The Bulletin School buses and cars line up at the intersection of Mountaineer Way and Mt. Washington Drive after school let out for the day at Cascade Middle School on Friday in Bend.
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How our kindergartners compare
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How to keep kids from bouncing off the walls?
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Kirstin Winslow, a second-grade teacher at Lava Ridge Elementary School, left, leads her students in a math exercise Monday while they sit on stability balls. The balls help students concentrate, Winslow believes.
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New middle school will be dubbed Pacific Crest
Ryan Brennecke / Bulletin file photo The Bend-La Pine School Board on Tuesday night picked the name Pacific Crest Middle School for the new middle school being built adjacent to William E. Miller Elementary and Summit High School. It's shown here under construction in November.
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COCC stabbing puts focus on campus safety
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Work continued last spring on a new residence hall at Central Oregon Community College. With a eye to campus security, COCC may introduce formal roommate and suitemate agreements with the inauguration of the new hall. It isprojected to open this fall.
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At OSU-Cascades, a search is on for the next antibiotic
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Jeff Gautschi, an organic chemistry instructor at OSU-Cascades, left, works on Tuesday with a group of his students ? from left, Cody Manriquez, Garrett Judkins and Meg Floyd ? on testing for potential antibiotic properties in fungi.
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Bend siblings at West Point?
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Braden Bell leans on sister, McKenzie, at their familyís home outside Bend. McKenzie Bell is hoping to join brother, Braden, at West Point U.S. Military Academy. She passed the interview requirement, with a recommendation from U.S. Rep. Greg Walden.