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Passing the measure requires those who live in the Pullman School District to pay PRH’s yearly 0.3 percent tax.

PRH approves ballot measure expanding tax district

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter July 9, 2021

The Pullman Regional Hospital Taxing District Expansion ballot measure was approved, PRH announced Thursday. The measure, which will be voted on Nov. 2, creates a levy on property in the Pullman School...

“We have been really great stewards of our curriculum budget over the years because we knew something like this was coming.”

Pullman school board reviews student recovery plan, new ELA curriculum

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter May 27, 2021

Members of the Pullman Public Schools board unanimously approved the district's Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan during a meeting Wednesday evening.  The Washington State Office of Superintendent...

Members of the Pullman community line Grand Avenue to show support for reopening schools Monday evening.

Parents, students rally for reopening Pullman schools

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor November 10, 2020

Nearly 100 people gathered on Grand Avenue calling for the reopening of Pullman Public Schools as soon as possible, with some holding signs that read "Get Our Kids Back in School" Monday afternoon.  “Kids...

High COVID-19 viral activity rates in Pullman make in-person learning unsafe, according to the Whitman County Health Department. The schools will initiate hybrid learning when COVID-19 cases are low.

Pullman schools advised against in-person learning

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter October 1, 2020

Whitman County Public Health does not currently recommend Pullman Public Schools conduct in-person learning because viral COVID-19 activity remains relatively high in Pullman.  It is dangerous to have...

In the past, Pullman Kiwanis conducted the project as a three-day drive with a school bus parked at Dissmore’s. This year, there will not be an in-person drop-off location due to COVID-19.

Pullman Kiwanis holds annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ project

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief July 20, 2020

The Kiwanis Club of Pullman is holding its 12th annual Stuff the Bus project to provide students with school supplies. Donations are accepted until Aug. 14. The project is a collaboration between the...

An electric bus looks similar to regular school buses, but the only difference is there is no tailpipe and the Bluebird brand logo is green.

Pullman School District receives grant to purchase eco-friendly bus

ALANA LACKNER, Evergreen managing editor May 27, 2020

A grant from the Washington Department of Ecology will allow the Pullman School District to purchase an electric bus. The $275,000 grant comes from a settlement that Volkswagen paid to the Washington...

School district recognized for continued sustainability effort

School district recognized for continued sustainability effort

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor April 30, 2020

Teachers and staff at the Pullman School District implement sustainability education through planting trees and creating owl boxes. This effort led to the district being named one of the 2020 U.S. Department...

Kiwanis Club board member Larry Clark said 25 community members donated $2,470 and 13 club members donated $1,605 to the Pullman Schools Pantry Program.

Community donates over $4,000 to food program

JARED BRADLEY, Evergreen reporter April 28, 2020

The Kiwanis Club of Pullman matched community donations up to $2,500 for the Pullman Schools Pantry Program to help Pullman students avoid going hungry during the current pandemic. Larry Clark, Kiwanis...

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