KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. —High school students in Klamath County are getting hands-on experience in construction while giving back to the community. Several contractors teamed up with students, to build a tiny house in 24 hours at the fairgrounds. The  Build ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – A brand new café and hang-out spot is opening in Ashland. Study Hall is the newest café that provides students a space to spend time with friends, study, and build their own grilled cheese. They say the ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland High School is welcoming students back to campus for in-person learning after temporarily closing for 2 weeks. The Ashland School District says it closed the school campus due to severe staffing shortages, adding that across the ...

SOUTHERN OREGON — The Three Rivers School District is launching ‘FirstView’, a bus tracking and parent communications app for smartphones or desktop. The map screen shows parents the location and direction of the school bus. It also shows the student’s ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, Ore. —The Oregon Department of Education is making the process of returning to school, easier for students and staff, who have been out of the classroom for a while. It launched a program called, Care and Connection. Its goal ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Kids Unlimited Academy in Medford has already been in school for the last 2 weeks. Unlike the start of school last year, students are back on campus full-time. The academy’s Academic Director, Sunshine Price, says a lot ...

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Education says students won’t be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The ODE says kindergarten through 12th-grade students fall under this category. The Oregon Health Authority and ODE are in frequent contact drafting ...

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore. —The Three Rivers School District is helping its students and families get vaccinated against COVID-19. Starting next week, students 16 and up, their family members, and school staff will all be able to get their vaccine through ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A 780 pound bell that once hung in the original Grants Pass schoolhouse will soon be ringing once again. “I’m pretty impressed with some of the stuff they camp up with, and not just the concepts ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —Governor Kate Brown, Senate President Peter Courtney, and House Speaker Tina Kotek urged support for their $250 million Summer Learning and Child Care package. The three Democratic leaders first announced the package on March 8. The goal of ...

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