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School district seeks input on goals, spending

School district seeks input on goals, spending

The Methow Valley School District urges everyone in the community to provide feedback about the superintendent’s conclusions from discussions with teachers, students and community members and about the goals he is proposing for the district. There is also an opportunity for people to make suggestions about how the district should spend its money. While roughly...
School district goals: world-class learning, social support

School district goals: world-class learning, social support

By Marcy Stamper
After six months of conversations with more than 300 students, staff, community members and business people, Methow Valley School District Superintendent Tom Venable is preparing to …
State money helps school fill gaps; district looking at true cost of education

State money helps school fill gaps; district looking at true cost of education

By Marcy Stamper
Methow Valley teachers will get their full salaries and the school district will have a larger cushion for emergencies, thanks to extra money from the state this year.

Three candidates interview for school superintendent

The Methow Valley School Board directors are interviewing three candidates for district superintendent on Thursday (May 23). The interviews will be in executive session and in person. There were seven applicants for the job and the directors and search consultant Monte Bridges reviewed each one, according to board chair Dana Stromberger. After Thursday’s interviews, the...
Speech & debate showcase features kids’ talents

Speech & debate showcase features kids’ talents

Photos by Sue Misao: Above, Jake Davie and Olivia Bowers practice their duo performance during Monday’s speech and debate class. Below, Sam Thomsen rehearses a compelling two-minute editorial commentary he wrote about the movie, 42.   BY MARCY STAMPER When you hear kids debating the impact of social networking on American culture or reviewing contemporary...
Pirates and buried treasure at The Merc

Pirates and buried treasure at The Merc

BY LAURELLE WALSH The Liberty Bell Junior High School Drama Class, under the direction of Jane Orme, presents the play Treasure Island on Thursday, Friday and Sunday (May 16, 17 and 19) at the Merc Playhouse in Twisp. Friday and Saturday’s shows start at 7 p.m.; Sunday’s matinee begins at 2 p.m. All shows are...