News Tips & Achievements – Current and Ongoing
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Step into STEM
A hands-on interactive journey through Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics for students in grades 6-8. Students can expect to perform actual experiments with people working in the areas of STEM, gain insight into careers/innovations in Spokane industry relating to
STEM, and participate in activities led by high school students doing advanced work/learning in the areas of STEM.
North Central High School
1600 N. Howard St.
New HEART/STEP Resource Center
STEP (a transition program) and HEART (for homeless students) have combined to open a new clothing bank/resource center, which includes a delivery program at schools for students who need immediate services. The center is located at 1807 N. Washington, right next to Dolly's, in the portables on the east side of the North Central HS campus.
1807 N. Washington
Rogers teachers earn Unsung Heroes Grant
Rogers teachers Aaron Brecek and Chris Dunn received a $2,000 grant as part of the Voya's (formerly ING) 2014 Unsung Heroes awards competition.
Through the program, Voya Financial awards grants to K-12 educators nationwide to honor their innovative teaching methods, creative educational projects, and the ability to positively influence the children they teach. Brecek’s and Dunn’s innovative teaching idea, Flipping Algebra, is designed to improve the experience and grades of ninth graders taking algebra.
Rogers High School
1622 E. Wellesley Ave.
LC and NC make list of top high schools
LC and NC were named to The Daily Beast's list of top high schools for 2014. Find out more at
LC and NC