NonPareil Institute considers a branch in the Northwest

NonPareil Institute considers a branch in the Northwest

Education — The program for autistic young adults, which held a camp in Newberg last spring,...

C.S. Lewis Academy unified year after merger

C.S. Lewis Academy unified year after merger

Any division between CSLA and Open Bible Christian School has failed as the school moves forward...

A heart for animals takes youth to Thailand

A heart for animals takes youth to Thailand

NHS senior Kaitlyn McElderry spends two weeks in Thailand caring for dogs and elephants Newberg...

'Newberg Nation' rallies NHS students

'Newberg Nation' rallies NHS students

Principal's unifying theme is taking off among school population, on Twitter Newberg High School...

Improv, mystery make 'Fatal Combination'

Improv, mystery make 'Fatal Combination'

The Newberg High School drama troupe’s latest production, Peter DePietro’s “Fatal...

School employees take the challenge

School employees take the challenge

About 40 accept assistant superintendent's Ice Bucket Challenge The Newberg School District...

Elementary report cards undergo a transformation

Elementary report cards undergo a transformation

The Newberg School District will roll out a new elementary school report card this fall, and...

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October 15, 2014

Schools in Brief - Oct. 15

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Paine makes honor roll at Biola in California Jace Paine, from Dundee, was one of 1,513 students named to the dean’s list for spring term at Biola University. Students must earn a minimum…
October 15, 2014

St. Paul officials pleased with report cards

by Seth Gordon
Education — St. Paul Elementary School rises from a 2 to a 3, high school falls from a 5 to a 4 ST. PAUL — The Oregon Department of Education released its annual district and school report cards…
October 15, 2014

Most Newberg schools fare well on state report cards

by Seth Gordon
Edwards named a model school for the second year, Ewing Young receives a top grade, NHS rated 2 out of 5 For the second year in a row, Edwards and Ewing Young elementary schools were the…
Adams
October 08, 2014

Explore Charles Williams, human flourishing

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Presentation — CSLA teacher Jeff Adams will present his paper on the poet and C.S. Lewis associate Wednesday at the Chehalem Cultural Center Following up on his presentation at the international…
Photo Credit: SETH GORDON - Ready, set, throw - Students returning to school at C.S. Lewis Academy elementary school enjoyed a field day last week as they prepared for a full school year in their new facilities.
October 01, 2014

C.S. Lewis Academy settled in for year two

by Seth Gordon
(Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part story examining C.S. Lewis Academy a year after its merger with Open Bible Christian school, specifically how it has impacted the school…
October 01, 2014

Schools in Brief - Oct. 1

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Three named to OSU honor roll Three Newberg students were named to the Oregon State University honor roll for the summer term. Seniors Lisa Barnard and Laura Steele were among the 246 students…
October 01, 2014

GFU sets enrollment record once again

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For the second straight year, George Fox University is experiencing record fall enrollment as 3,793 students — more than 2,500 of whom are undergraduates — committed to being Bruins. The total…
October 01, 2014

Schools in Brief - Sept. 24

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Three named National Merit semifinalists Three Newberg area students have been named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists. April Eakin of Veritas and home-schooled students Rebkah McKinley…
September 24, 2014

High school seeking community input on schedule changes

by Seth Gordon
Education — Online survey, which closes Friday, asks parents to rank three different options Newberg High School is requesting feedback from parents to help determine a new scheduling model that…
Hatfield
September 17, 2014

Mark Hatfield's life is depicted in new film

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Documentary on former governor, senator five years in the making After five years and more than 50 interviews, a trio of filmmakers have finished a 90-minute documentary about Mark Hatfield,…

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Sep 17, 2014

Peterson to oversee NHS school-to-work program

by Seth Gordon
School news — Former career center coordinator to focus on building relationships with businesses and community organizations Having witnessed how a poor economy and the switch to small schools…
Sep 17, 2014

Did America have a Christian founding?

by Seth Gordon
Squaring off — Professors Mark David Hall and Kevin K. Green will debate the question the next two Thursday evenings at GFU The relationship between church and state in America has long been a…
Sep 17, 2014

GFU honors program to host pair of lectures

by Seth Gordon
George Fox University’s William Penn Honors Program is inviting the public to a pair of lectures next week featuring Michael Ward, an expert on the works of C.S. Lewis, and Mark Noll, a history…
Sep 17, 2014

Sept. 17 school briefs

by Seth Gordon
Kids Day Out set for Sept. 27 Faith in Action will host “Kids Day Out,” a respite care event for families caring for a child between the ages of 3 and 11 with a disability or chronic health…
Sep 10, 2014

High school moves forward with new leadership team

by Seth Gordon
Mark Risen hopes new structure adds continuity while preserving personal feel of small schools Mark Risen was given a difficult balancing act when he was named lead principal of Newberg High…
Sep 10, 2014

Middle school CTE camp opens next week

by Seth Gordon
New program — Registration for the first session of 'Eighth Period,' a six-week after school program for students, is open on the district website With an eye toward re-energizing the career and…
Sep 03, 2014

GFU launches new Masters of Social Work program

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Although the program doesn’t officially begin until fall 2015, George Fox University will begin accepting applications for its new Master of Social Work (MSW) course of study in October.…
Aug 27, 2014

St. Paul adding late start day

by Seth Gordon
Education — Classes at all levels will begin an hour late on Wednesdays to allow for professional development, as decided by the school board ST. PAUL — With five professional development days…
Cookson
Aug 27, 2014

Cookson fills out NHS admin team

by Seth Gordon
High school — The former Reynolds HIgh School instructional coach tabbed as assistant principal With Green School principal Karen Pugsley electing to take over as principal at Chehalem Valley…
Aug 27, 2014

St. Paul students will return to the classroom Sept. 2

by Lindsay Keefer
The St. Paul School District will open its doors Sept. 2, but the new school year comes with a few changes. For the first time, St. Paul will have a one-hour late start on Wednesdays to allow…



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