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Crest Drive student will attend Michigan arts camp
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Cottage Grove Cottage Grove, village (1990 pop. 22,935), Washington co., SE Minn., near the St. Croix River; inc. 1965. There is farming (cattle, sheep, corn, and soybeans) and manufacturing (chemicals and machinery). school gets `green school' certification
COTTAGE GROVE - Kennedy Alternative High School has become the first school in Cottage Grove to achieve Oregon Green School certification, thanks to its efforts and achievements related to recycling and waste prevention.
The school, one of 22 Green Schools in Lane County, received a $300 incentive grant check at a ceremony April 16. Kennedy Alternative started recycling several years ago with paper, cans and plastics recycling. Recognizing the curriculum value of environmental activities, the school also has begun to compost.
Its efforts include setting up hot compost piles as well as a vermi-composting system for cafeteria food waste; increasing the availability of basic recycling bins in all areas of the school; using more durable dishes in the cafeteria; developing a slide presentation for school-wide training; and developing curriculum for a reused art class.
The Oregon Green Schools Association offers certification to provide technical assistance, awards and recognition to schools that conserve resources.
Home-schooled students excel in national Latin test
Several students at HomeSource, a resource center for home-schooling families, excelled on the National Latin Exam in March, competing with 135,000 students in 50 states and 11 other countries.
More than half of the participating students won awards. Carl Benson, an eighth-grader, won a certificate of achievement at the Introduction to Latin level; Peter Coury, a sophomore, won a gold medal in Latin I; Simon Batenhorst, an eighth-grader, and Luke Coury, a sixth-grader, won silver medals in Latin I; Madeleine Zeller, a seventh-grader, won Cum Laude recognition on the Latin III exam; Gaia Brusasco, a senior, won a gold medal in Latin V; and Winter Young, a freshman, won a silver medal in Latin V.
The HomeSource Latin teacher is Karen Zeller.
Springfield volunteers get recognition at reception
SPRINGFIELD - The Springfield School District honored 31 of its volunteers at a school board reception April 27. Each volunteer was introduced by his or her school's principal and presented with a certificate of recognition and a small gift of appreciation.
They are Rita Vait, the Academy of Arts and Academics; Arthur Golden, the Administration Building; Jacqueline Hagen, Agnes Stewart Middle School Stewart Middle School' is the name of some schools in the US:
Eugene education group co-president wins award
Merri Steele, the co- president of the Eugene Education Association, has received the Oregon Education Association's Robert G. Crumpton Organizational Excellence Award The Air Force Organizational Excellence Award is a decoration of the United States Air Force and is the lowest ranking unit award. The decoration was first created in 1969 and is awarded to Air Force internal organizations that are entities within larger organizations. for promoting organizational excellence through service to OEA OEA Organizacion de Estados Americanos (OAS in English)
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The OEA represents 48,000 public school employees throughout the state and is an affiliate of the 3.2 million-member National Education Association.
Springfield's best spellers compete in district contest
SPRINGFIELD - Top spellers from Springfield public schools The Springfield Public Schools is a comprehensive community public school district serving students in Kindergarten through 12th grade from Springfield Township, in Union County, New Jersey, United States. competed in the district's spelling contest last week. The winners will compete in the Lane County contest on May 20. The contest is conducted as a written test, with students in each division being read the same word and asked to spell it on paper.
The winners were fifth-grader Alexander Van Dorn, Mount Vernon Elementary, elementary division; seventh-grader Taylor LaPrairie, Hamlin Middle School, middle school division; and sophomore Jazlyn Taylor, Thurston High School Thurston High School is located in Springfield, Oregon in Lane County. Their mascot is a black colt. Shooting
On May 20, 1998, student Kipland "Kip" Kinkel killed his parents, William and Faith, both Spanish teachers at local high schools. , high school division.
Community foundation awards three scholarships
The Eugene High School/South Eugene High School Alumni Scholarship Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation has awarded $1,000 scholarships each to South Eugene seniors Heidi Ma and Mariam Wahed and a $500 scholarship to senior Chantelle Mapfumo.
The scholarships are based on academics, extracurricular activities and need, and are funded by contributions from alumni of Eugene High School and its successor South Eugene.
Ma's college choice is pending. Wahed plans to attend Mount Holyoke College Mount Holyoke College (hōl`yōk), at South Hadley, Mass.; for women; chartered 1836, opened 1837 as Mount Holyoke Female Seminary under Mary Lyon, rechartered as Mount Holyoke College 1893. There is a noteworthy art museum on campus. , and Mapfumo plans to attend Lane Community College.
Bohemia students earn college scholarship money
COTTAGE GROVE - Five students from Bohemia Elementary School have earned college scholarship money for participating in a program that teaches financial responsibility.
Second-graders Destiny Somerville, Juden Cook and George Cervantes and fifth-grader Jasmine Lopez each received $500 by winning a drawing through the Oregon State Treasurer's Reading is an Investment program.
Children are encouraged to read a certain number of hours from a specific list of books that teach basic financial concepts. Almost 2,600 children participated, the most since the program started three years ago.
The funds will be deposited on students' behalf in the Oregon College Savings Plan, a sponsor of the outreach effort.