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Students are doing an excellent job upholding state and local COVID-19 guidelines to ensure their safety, said Jim Bruce, Jefferson Elementary School principal. 

School board reviews online activities for students, healthier meals 

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter April 16, 2021

Pullman Public Schools board discussed new ways to keep students engaged online as they transition to in-person learning and updated meal services during a meeting Wednesday evening.  Students...

School board discusses in-person learning, physical education 

KIARA DOYAL, Evergreen reporter March 12, 2021

Pullman School Board members and teachers discussed the transition to hybrid classes and various physical education opportunities available to students during a meeting Wednesday. “Having students...

The majority of staff members were vaccinated at the Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Event Center. One teacher said she has received the first dose.

District employees begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter March 12, 2021

Educators are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as Pullman Public Schools slowly returns to in-person learning. Superintendent Bob Maxwell said K-5 schools are in-person five days a week...

The Canyon Crest Planned Residential Development will be located south of Kamiak Elementary School and west of NW Ventura Court.

Development could bring 68 new homes to Pullman

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter March 3, 2021

A local engineering company hopes to move forward with a neighborhood of 68 affordable single-family homes in Pullman. The Pullman Planning Commission heard public comments Feb. 24 about an application...

Students will receive comprehensive sexual health education at least twice during both their middle school and high school careers.

School board discusses sexual health education, student pods

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen reporter February 12, 2021

Roberta Kramer, assistant superintendent of Pullman Public Schools, gave an update about current and upcoming sexual health education requirements during a school board meeting Wednesday.   Kramer...

Superintendent Bob Maxwell notified employees about the stipends in a meeting Feb. 3.

School employees may get $2,000 stipends

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen deputy news editor February 11, 2021

Pullman Public Schools employees may receive a stipend up to $2,000 for any additional COVID-19-related duties to help with the district’s reopening plan. The stipend is for work done outside of one’s...

K-3 students are back in the classroom using a hybrid model, which includes in-person and distance learning.

School district adjusts reopening plan

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen reporter January 30, 2021

Pullman Public Schools board discussed changes to phase four and five of the district's reopening plan during a meeting Wednesday. Hybrid learning for ninth-12th grade students will start once the school...

Stephanie Bray, principal of Franklin Elementary School, said students' desks are placed 6 feet apart. Students are required to wear masks at all times.

Second, third graders return to hybrid learning

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen reporter January 21, 2021

Pullman elementary schools welcomed second and third graders back in the classroom via hybrid learning on Tuesday, after kindergarteners and first graders returned to school earlier this month. After...

Pullman K-1 students return to school via hybrid model

Pullman K-1 students return to school via hybrid model

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen reporter January 15, 2021

School board members discussed the COVID-19 protocols for reopening schools, including a wellness screener students must complete, during a Pullman Public Schools meeting Wednesday.  On Jan. 4,...

Jackie Eveland, mother and owner of Building Blocks Child Care, said her daughter is thriving with online learning, but understands how younger children struggle.

Two mothers view schools reopening with mixed emotions

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen reporter December 3, 2020

As fall 2020 wraps up for Pullman Public Schools, two mothers and local business owners reflect on managing their careers and their children’s distance learning during the pandemic.  As someone...

Pullman parents have voiced their concerns about remote learning affecting their children’s mental health and social skills, as well as their ability to focus.

Moms advocate for school return

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2020

Two mothers left their teaching positions at Concordia Lutheran Preschool to take care of their young children, but believe it is time for their children to return back to school.  Sarah Knight,...

Fifteen former Pullman Public Schools students transferred to the Colfax or Colton school districts to attend in-person learning.

School district faces long-term effects after losing students

MATT HOLM, Evergreen reporter November 18, 2020

The loss of students Pullman Public Schools is experiencing will have a long-term effect on the district.  Fifteen students transferred out of the district the day after the school board voted to delay...

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