Everett Buck, a senior at CAM Academy in Battle Ground, recently scored a perfect 36 on the ACT, a nationwide standardized test used for college admissions which consists of English, math, reading and science.
Last month, two robotics teams from View Ridge Middle School (VRMS) participated in a FIRST LEGO League Robotics qualifying competition at Washington Middle School in Olympia.
Those who say there’s nothing of value in reality TV might want to reconsider, at least when it comes to finding inspiration in popular TV shows to build skills.
Battle Ground High School junior Taylor Harpe was recently named as a recipient of the 2018 Air Force Chief of Staff Flight Academy Private Pilot Scholarship.
Ridgefield High School's Steel Ridge Robotics team is revving up for another busy and challenging year. This will be the team's second year of competition.
Sometimes all your efforts to stay healthy during cold season aren’t enough, and you still get sick. When that happens, recovery is often a combination of time and binge-watching Netflix while you rest.
Woodland Public Schools is the beneficiary of a $55,000 grant from the Washington state Department of Commerce that will go to help homeless district students and families, thanks in part to working with a local nonprofit to secure the funds.
Ridgefield’s South Ridge Elementary School has received national recognition as the school had been selected for the 2017-2018 National Title I, Part A Distinguished School Award.
Woodland Middle School hosted the season’s first soccer jamboree for the first-ever middle school girls soccer league in Clark and Cowlitz counties Sept. 12, with teams from Castle Rock School District, King’s Way Christian Schools, Ridgefield School District and Woodland Public Schools.
That nerve-wracking first-day school can be tough for a 5-year-old, so staff at Daybreak Primary decided to give them a “Jump Start” this year.
While students were busy floating on lakes, running wild at summer camp or standing in line at Disneyland this summer, some of the buildings they’ll return to this week were being repaired and improved.
La Center School District is changing the way food service payments are made this year. Instead of paying by hand while in line, students and parents will use an InTouch Food Service account.
This school year, Battle Ground Community Education — a department of the Battle Ground Public Schools district — is increasing its offerings for Tigerland Preschool.
When the school year ends, work isn’t necessarily over for teachers in Woodland public schools. During the summer, teachers attend professional development programs designed to help hone their crafts and make learning a lifelong adventure.
Nothing says “getting ready to go back to school” more than a couple rounds at the trapshooting range; at least that’s the case for several members of Woodland High School’s shooting team.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Non-profit organization Faith Outfitters hosted a Trout Camp in Battle Ground for the second year in a row over Father’s Day weekend. The event is for kids 8 to 13 years old who don’t have a prominent father figure in their life. The camp included activities such as fishing, …
From March 2017 to February 2018 the four princesses making up this year’s Battle Ground Rose Court will attend about 40 events including the Hazel Dell parade, Hockinson Fun Days and Harvest Days this fall.
In a technological landscape inundated with apps, one local high school senior has made his own step into the industry, creating a mobile solution for his school website.
With high school graduations just around the corner, The Reflector stopped by a few high schools in North Clark County to find out what after-high-school-plans seniors have and get their thoughts on the last four years.
Two Woodland High School English Language Arts teachers have transformed the way students learn in their classrooms by eliminating letter grades and helping students take accountability for their own education by using collaborative individual meetings focused on skill development instead of…
At Battle Ground Public Schools, P.E. classes are changing gears educationally. For starters, it’s no longer referred to as P.E., but instead as health and fitness class, a moniker that’s more fitting given the broader nature of what the classes cover, according to the district.
Clark County's Parks Advisory Board is looking to add new voices to the seven-person board and is recruiting two youth members to serve in a non-voting capacity on it.
On April 15, over 90 cadets from the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) of Battle Ground and Prairie High Schools assembled to honor the memory of events that took place 75 years ago in a country 3,000 miles from Battle Ground.
It’s been an artistic month in one North Clark County city as community collaboration led to the third annual celebration of Ridgefield Youth Arts Month (RYAM) through March.
Sleep is crucial to our everyday functioning—just think about how you feel the day after a sleepless night of tossing and turning compared to a peaceful eight to nine hours of slumber. Shutting ourselves down and falling asleep is how our bodies naturally repair from the day that was and pre…
La Center Middle School’s students completed fundraising for Doernbecher Children's Hospital with extraordinary success. In the 12th year of doing this the goal of $7,000 has already been reached with more than $11,000 raised in five days by students with donations continuing to come in.
The District has changed the reporting of grade point averages for newspapers and therefore those with 4.0 grade point averages are not indicated separately.
Students at Chief Umtuch Middle School were treated to some locally informative light reading this school year thanks to their new student newspaper, Chief Reads Quarterly.
Brady Brick and Hunter Lindberg were stars on the Battle Ground football team, but have also been so in the classroom and in the community throughout high school. Last week the pair were recognized at an award ceremony by the National Football Foundation.
Students from Battle Ground Public Schools' Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education (CASEE) finished in first place at a Future Farmers of America (FFA) forestry career development event (CDE) competition.
As part of the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education's (CASEE) efforts to continually educate students through hands-on experience, a group of students and staff took a two-day scientific excursion up Mount St. Helens Sept. 19-20.
The thought of watching a staff member get pied in the face is exciting for many students at Tukes Valley Middle School. As a result, many will be on their best behavior this school year to try and make that happen.
The Pen Pal program of Volunteer Connections in Clark County has been around for over 20 years now and there’s a good reason — kids absolutely love the experience.
At 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, the Battle Ground Education Foundation (BGEF) will hold its first annual fundraiser at the Battle Ground Community Center, 912 E. Main Street.