Tagged with 'students'

Highline College teams up with Highline Public Schools for Native summit

Highline College teams up with Highline Public Schools for Native summit

Approximately 100 high school and college students are expected to attend a summit designed for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in south King County. Designed to inspire and empower students... [Read more]

Des Moines ‘Dollars for Scholars’ scholarship reception will be Wed., May 3

Des Moines ‘Dollars for Scholars’ scholarship reception will be Wed., May 3

Des Moines ‘Dollars for Scholars’ will hold its annual reception to distribute scholarships to deserving local students on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at the Des Moines Yacht Club. This is an annual... [Read more]

Highline College to host free Summit for Latino Students on Saturday, Feb. 25

Highline College to host free Summit for Latino Students on Saturday, Feb. 25

High school students in south King County are invited to Highline College for the 2017 Latinx Summit, a free, day-long event scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 25…

Highline College will protect students from possible deportation under Trump

Highline College will protect students from possible deportation under Trump

Dr. Jack Bermingham, Highline College President, has joined more than 200 other college and university presidents in an effort to protect some students from possible deportation. Bermingham added his name... [Read more]

Two Highline College students honored at state awards ceremony

Two Highline College students honored at state awards ceremony

Lisa Candler Fatima Khalil Lisa Candler and Fatima Khalil (pictured above) both earned statewide recognition on Thursday (March 24) for their accomplishments as Highline College students. The two... [Read more]

Students from Pacific Middle School participate in ‘Future City’ competition

Students from Pacific Middle School participate in ‘Future City’ competition

Story & Photos by Sandy Gady On Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, six teams from Pacific Middle School participated in the Washington State Future City Regional Competition. This is a national competition... [Read more]

Four Mt. Rainier High School students accused of raping two 15-year old girls

Four Mt. Rainier High School students accused of raping two 15-year old girls

Four Mt. Rainier High School students have been accused of raping two 15-year-old girls while on an overnight school trip, according to documents released by the King County Prosecutor’s office, as... [Read more]

Senator Keiser visits Pacific Middle School, discusses politics with students

Senator Keiser visits Pacific Middle School, discusses politics with students

Contributed by Abigail Gerken, Payton May, Taylor Nelson, Ashley Nyguen, & Polina Worthington Photos by Zoe Cressi and Billien Tesefay Last Wednesday (Jan. 6) 7th and 8th grade Pacific Middle... [Read more]

Pacific Middle School Leadership Students to meet with Sen. Keiser Wed.

Pacific Middle School Leadership Students to meet with Sen. Keiser Wed.

Washington State Senator Karen Keiser will meet with over 30 Pacific Middle School students this Wednesday, Jan. 6, to discuss numerous house or senate bills that appealed to students. As part of a two-quarter... [Read more]

Shorewood Elementary School Choir performs at Wesley Terrace

Shorewood Elementary School Choir performs at Wesley Terrace

The Shorewood Elementary School Choir performed at the Wesley Terrace Retirement Center in Des Moines on Thursday, Dec. 17. The 80-member choir is under the direction of Gary W. Ballou and meets twice... [Read more]

Pacific Middle School Leadership Students clean-up downtown Des Moines

Pacific Middle School Leadership Students clean-up downtown Des Moines

by Abigail Gerken It’s a balmy Fall Sunday morning as Pacific Middle School students, me inclusive, set out to clean-up Des Moines’ downtown. While most children are enjoying their time... [Read more]

Service Trip shapes student’s global view; dump visit a moving experience

Service Trip shapes student’s global view; dump visit a moving experience

Advertiser Kennedy Catholic High School pursues numerous service learning experiences through the year – read on to learn more about the dramatic impact of a recent journey to Guatemala on student’s... [Read more]

Councilmember Jeanette Burrage charged with slapping special needs student

Councilmember Jeanette Burrage charged with slapping special needs student

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was updated on April 18, 2015 when the following videos were added: by Jack Mayne Des Moines City Councilmember Jeanette Burrage has been charged with assaulting a special... [Read more]

Mt. Rainier High parents on alert after student abducted last week

Mt. Rainier High parents on alert after student abducted last week

On Tuesday (Jan. 20), a letter was sent home to parents of Mt. Rainier High School students, warning them of two recent incidents – one of which was an actual abduction attempt. The abduction happened... [Read more]

Highline College Students holding forum/fundraiser on local hunger

Highline College Students holding forum/fundraiser on local hunger

Students from State & Local Government, Political Science 150, at Highline College will be putting on two events in the next week in support of the Weekend Backpack Program: Monday, Nov. 25: a forum... [Read more]

Two Aviation High Students earn spot in Summer Aerospace Program

Two Aviation High Students earn spot in Summer Aerospace Program

Two students from Des Moines’ Aviation High School will take part in the Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) Summer Residency program, the Highline School District announced Monday (June 3). Aviation... [Read more]

South King Fire & Rescue Teams with Local Churches to Make a Difference

South King Fire & Rescue Teams with Local Churches to Make a Difference

South King Fire & Rescue announced this week that they’re partnering with local churches to benefit local students and schools to help keep them both thriving. “In this economy with smaller... [Read more]