Sequestration Hits Low-Income Students

MEDFORD, Ore. — The effects of the sequestration have schools in Southern Oregon bracing for a big hit, and one group that could feel it the most are low-income students. They’re getting ready now by trying to find out what they can cut while still providing important services, but low-income students, and Title I schools … Continue reading »

Walk To School Day

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – On a day when fall-like weather finally arrived in Southern Oregon, teachers, students, parents, brothers and sisters gathered to walk or ride bikes to school. It’s part of the Annual Walk and Bike To School Day. Students, parents, brothers and sisters, teachers and other staffers gathered at the Premier West Bank … Continue reading »

Funding Adds School Days To Medford District

By Yessenia Anderson MEDFORD, Ore. — After a year of budget deficits and cutbacks, state funding has come through for one Southern Oregon school district; it’s money that was found in last years budget. This new funding means teachers at North Medford High School and all across the district will receive two days for professional … Continue reading »