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Let 'em Ride

Let ‘em Ride

By Laurelle Walsh

Twelve Methow Valley Elementary School students travel up the road to Moccasin Lake Ranch on Tuesdays to spend several hours learning about horse care, horseback riding and, more importantly, to be involved in a positive learning experience that excites them, fully involves them, and builds confidence and self...

MV School District welcomes new staff, changes for coming year

MV School District welcomes new staff, changes for coming year

By Marcy Stamper  Students attending Methow Valley Elementary and Liberty Bell High School will find a variety of staff changes when schools open on Tuesday (Sept. 2). The school district has hired new classroom and special education teachers, counselors and coaches, and several staff members are switching to new jobs. Methow Valley Elementary has an...
News briefs: Aug. 20, 2014

News briefs: Aug. 20, 2014

Kiwanis helps Teen Center Winthrop Kiwanis has donated $1,000 to the Valley Teen Center in Twisp, which will use the funds to improve landscaping around the center, buy picnic tables, grade the yard for a flat multi-use area, put in pavers for a barbecue area, install signage and purchase lawn games. a First aid class...
Facilities task force proposes $5.5 million for campus, buses

Facilities task force proposes $5.5 million for campus, buses

By Marcy Stamper
After three months of study, the task force that has been assessing facilities needs at the Methow Valley School District is recommending spending $4.5 million on maintenance and upgrades in the district’s schools and grounds and another …
Public will have input on school district’s facility improvement ideas

Public will have input on school district’s facility improvement ideas

By Don Nelson
Recommendations from the Methow Valley School District’s facilities task force will require some time for analysis and public input, …
MVES students learn about old and new journalism

MVES students learn about old and new journalism

By 15 Methow Valley Elementary School students

Fifteen fifth and sixth grade Methow Valley Elementary School students did journalism during the Young Writers Conference on Friday (June 6). The students were: Hannah, Gretta, Alexys, Tommie, Dalynn, Logan, …
MVES Young Writers learn cooperative journalism

MVES Young Writers learn cooperative journalism

By 11 students of Methow Valley Elementary School
Today (June 6) at Methow Valley Elementary School 11 third, fourth and fifth grade students learned about journalism from Don Nelson, Darla Hussey and Mike Maltais, all from the Methow Valley News. The students were: Avery, Jackson, Zane, …
Young pen pals make personal connections

Young pen pals make personal connections

By Marcy Stamper
In an era of electronic communications, instant messaging, and mailboxes filled mainly with bogus sweepstakes offers, writing and receiving actual letters still seems special—at least if you’re in first or second grade.
Arts briefs: May 28, 2014

Arts briefs: May 28, 2014

This week: Hear from young writers on June 5, see the New show at The Loovre on June 7, and take in the Renard exhibit at Spartan Art Project on June 7.
Local Olympians visit elementary

Local Olympians visit elementary

Winter Olympics veterans Torin Koos of Leavenworth (left) and Winthrop’s Brian Gregg entertained students at Methow Valley Elementary School last week with a slide show and discussion about their participation in the 2014 winter games at Sochi, Russia, earlier this year.