Schools Makin' News(letter), local coverage from July 23-29

Release Date: 
7/29/2015

Here are some links to local news reports of local schools, students or districts mentioned between July 23 and July 29:

The News-Review, July 29, 2015: “Students begin visit from Japanese sister city” (Roseburg Public Schools)
http://www.nrtoday.com/news/17470154-113/students-begin-visit-from-japanese-sister-city
You may need a subscription to read this article in full.

The News-Review, July 29, 2015: “Educators legacy lives on” (Winston-Dillard School District)
http://www.nrtoday.com/news/17473509-113/educators-legacy-lives-on
You may need a subscription to read this article in full.

The News-Review, July 28, 2015 “To save salmon, novice fish biologists first must count them (Roseburg Public Schools, Riddle School District, Umpqua Community College)
http://www.nrtoday.com/news/17457585-113/to-save-salmon-novice-fish-biologists-first-must
You may need a subscription to read this article in full; however, a video compliment to the article is free to access on YouTube at https://youtu.be/lYoUjpCUJsE.

The News-Review, July 26, 2015 “Roseburg area kids experience wilderness activities” (Roseburg-area kids)
http://www.nrtoday.com/news/17410428-113/roseburg-area-kids-experience-wilderness-activities
You may need a subscription to read this article in full.

The News-Review, July 23, 2015 “Umpqua Community College has to make decision on tech center”
http://www.nrtoday.com/news/17398121-113/umpqua-community-college-has-to-make-decision-on

The News-Review, July 25, 2015 “School News & Info” (South Umpqua School District)
Registration dates and times for all SUSD schools (no online link available)

The News-Review, July 25, 2015 “On the drawing board” (Roseburg Public Schools)
Painting by JoLane MS student. (No online link available).

This is a news aggregating newsletter that we offer as a way districts can stay aware of local coverage we see in print, on TV and hear on air. We invite all school staff and community members to sign up for this newsletter as well. 

We look through The News-Review, KPIC, KQEN, Douglas County News and Drain Enterprise for information about your schools on a regular basis. We will soon be adding The Douglas County Mail, too. We publish this newsletter at least once a week in the summer. We will reevaluate frequency during in September.

Please email Communications Specialist DD Bixby, dd.bixby@douglasesd.k12.or.us, and let us know if we missed anything or if you would like to be added to the list serve to receive these updates regularly, regardless of if your school/district is mentioned or not.

If you’re looking for more information on education and schools around the state, Oregon School Boards Association offers a similar News Clips service which looks at newspapers from around the state. You can sign up to receive their newsletter HERE.

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