They’ve dusted for fingerprints and examined hair samples under microscopes at mock crime scenes. But the latest case students in the Crime Scene Investigation Club at Lacey Elementary are trying to crack with forensic science is a real one: What happens when people don’t pick up their dog’s waste? Click here to view story in The Olympian.
North Thurston High School teacher-librarian Steve Coker recently was awarded the President’s Award for Excellence from the Northwest Council for Computer Education. Click here to read story in The Olympian
The Educational Theatre Association announced River Ridge High School’s theatre department as one of two schools in the nation to receive the honored Outstanding High School Theatre Department for 2011-2012.
Parents who stopped by the book fair at Pleasant Glade Elementary this week, also got to take an Art Walk of featured student art. This colorful tour was the idea and work of Art Specialist Heidi Collins, a first year teacher.