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Marshall MS students work on food burning in science class
Marshall MS named School of Distinction
Marshall Middle School joins an elite group of only 20 middle/junior high schools statewide that have been named a School of Distinction for being among the top 5 percent of highest improving schools.
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Classified School Employee of the Year Michell Orwig of Garfield Elementary
Congratulations Classified School Employees of the Year
The district recently announced this year’s Classified School Employees of the Year. Congratulations to Marilyn Dye, Michell Orwig and Carolyn Poage.
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Reception to honor outgoing board members
The community is invited to a reception on Monday, November 20 to recognize three outgoing Olympia School District Board of Directors.
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CHS students work on notebooks in Digital Immersion classroom
Board approves technology and safety replacement levy proposal
The Olympia School Board has unanimously agreed to place a technology and safety replacement levy before voters in February to help pay for increased student access to technology, as well as safety projects districtwide.
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Capital High students at Boeing plant in Renton
Capital High students attend Boeing Manufacturing Day
Several Capital High School ninth- and tenth-grade students recently participated in “Boeing Manufacturing Day” in at the Boeing Co. Renton facility.
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Free child development workshops offered this year
The Olympia School District is pleased to offer free child development workshops with Candyce Lund Bollinger during the 2017-18 school year. Workshops will be offered on a variety of topics, each geared to either elementary and/or middle/high school parents. Workshops will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Olympia Regional Learning Academy.
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Washington's First Lady visits district
The Olympia School District welcomed Washington State First Lady Trudi Inslee on October 4 for Taste Washington Day, which is celebrated each year statewide.
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October is Walk to School Month
Olympia School Board President Eileen Thomson read a proclamation at the September 25 school board meeting designating October 2017 as Walk to School Month in the Olympia School District.
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