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Edmonds CC faculty picketing for pay raises

Faculty at Edmonds Community College have been gathering weekly at the school's entrance, clad in bright red shirts and hoisting signs protesting what they say are unfair wages. Dec. 10 was the last...

 

ESD Foundation gets $55,000 for student scholarships

The Foundation for Edmonds School District has received $55,000 for post-secondary scholarships from the Hazel Miller Foundation. The Morris and Hazel Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund will award...

 

EdCC grants will aid homeless students

Edmonds Community College was recently awarded two grants totaling more than $230,000 by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) to support students experiencing...

 

Students celebrate First-Generation College Student Week

Edmonds Community College and Central Washington University-Lynnwood joined Nov. 6-8 to celebrate the second annual First-Generation College Student Week. The event was part of a national celebration...

 

Edmonds CC students join high-power rocket launch in Pasco

Edmonds Community College Rocketry Society members joined other rocket enthusiasts from Central Washington University and the Tri-Cities Rocketeers last month for a high-powered launch near Pasco....

 

Helping the environment

In order to do their part in the fight against climate change, 25 students planted 16 trees on the Scriber Lake campus last month....

 

EdCC Foundation honors Diana Clay with Cornerstone Award

The Edmonds Community College Foundation honored Diana Clay with its most prestigious Cornerstone Lifetime Achievement Award at its Oct. 24 Foundation Scholarship Reception, where more than 200...

 

EdCC launches Idea Lab incubator

Edmonds Community College has launched the Idea Lab – a permanent innovation incubator – to respond to what it says are rapid transformations taking place in higher education. The lab brings toget...

 

Edmonds CC announces new board of trustees members

Edmonds Community College has announced the appointment by Gov. Jay Inslee of two new members to its board of trustees. They are Adrianne Wagner and Wally Webster II. The board is comprised of six...

 

October Students of the Month

October Students of the Month Edmonds eLearning Academy Student Name: Alan Nazarov Mother's Name: Elvira Nazarova Father's Name: Feruz Nazarov Interests: Probably everyone knows that I love to split...

 

School District excludes more than 200 unvaccinated students

Of the more than 21,000 students in the Edmonds School District, 222 students are not currently meeting the state requirements when it comes to immunizations. According to the district, its Student...

 

Swedish honored for Project SEARCH support

Swedish Hospital in Edmonds was one of nine employers honored by Washington’s Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment (GCDE) and Disability:In Washington at the 27th Annual Governor’s Employer Awards ceremony in Redmond. The...

 

Dia de los Muertos at Holy Rosary

Holy Rosary School's held its annual annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. The altar is an annual school tradition coordinated by the school's Spanish teacher, where students help...

 

Grant will expand Nourishing Network food assistance programs

The Foundation for Edmonds School District has been awarded a $25,000 Rite Aid Foundation KidCents Regional Grant to expand Nourishing Network food and family assistance programs. It is one of 15...

 

Dalai Lama, Meadowdale, College Place | School Briefs

Edmonds student and teacher to visit the Dalai Lama Edmonds-Woodway High School student Kaylee Meyers and Scriber Lake High School teacher Marjie Bowker have been chosen to be a part of a Washington...

 

September students of the month

September Students of the Month Edmonds eLearning Academy Student Name: Lili Schreiner Edmonds Heights K-12 Student Name: Paige Matheson Mother's Name: Yolanda Matheson Father's Name: Andrew Matheson GPA: 4.0 at EdCC Running Start Clubs &...

 

Equity grant, Q&A, reproductive grant | School Briefs

Foundation receives Rick Steves racial equity grant The Foundation for Edmonds School District has received a $5,000 racial equity grant from Rick Steves' Europe Foundation in partnership with the...

 

Ram Run at Holy Rosary| Through Your Lens

Holy Rosary School Edmonds' annual Ram Run had the benefit of sunny weather Oct. 10. Students made the best of the nice conditions during their annual school fundraiser, earning money for their...

 

Bond would build new College Place Middle School

Edmonds students who attend College Place Middle School in Lynnwood – the main campus for local kids – will see a new school in the near future if voters say yes to a $600 million capital...

 

School District issues advisory on fentanyl

The Edmonds School District on Monday, Oct. 7, sent a letter to families regarding the increase in the number of fentanyl-related overdose deaths among young people, including high school students....

 

Second grade Highly Capable screening enters 2nd year

As part of the Edmonds School District's equity work to provide greater access to Highly Capable testing and services, it provides identification screening to all second grade students. The Naglieri...

 

E-W Deaf Academic Team honored by Mayor Earling

Deaf students representing Edmonds-Woodway High School's Deaf Academic Bowl team recently received a proclamation from the Edmonds City Council and Mayor Dave Earling for Deaf Thrive Day. The...

 

EdCC student wins first Frank DeMiero music scholarship

Dain Herndon, a freshman at Edmonds Community College with a major in music education, is the first recipient of the Frank DeMiero Music Scholarship recently established by Sno-King Community Chorale...

 

Manufactoring Day; industrial careers | School Briefs

Manufacturing Day at Edmonds CC Oct. 4 Edmonds Community College will host a Manufacturing Day event from noon-4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, to highlight modern manufacturing – a growing industry....

 

School District board approves $600 million bond

Posted Oct. 8: On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Edmonds School District board of directors unanimously approved a $600 million capital construction bond and a $96 million replacement technology/capital levy....

 

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