Education

Spokane schools push for "Apple a Day" program passage

Many districts across Washington have tossed out tater tots and hot dogs for healthier meal options, but a lot of them don't have the right equipment in place to make meals from scratch. That could change soon, thanks to a proposed grant in the state legislature.

Spokane School District in need of substitute teachers

For the first time in decades, the Spokane School District is short on substitute teachers. Around the state and country, more and more teachers are retiring. District 81 is beginning to advertise to attract more teachers to apply.

Partisan politics dominate school board election

What's supposed to be a non-partisan race has turned into a display of party politics. The Coeur d'Alene School Board elections Tuesday are raising questions about the motivation of some candidates.

Gonzaga's largest class yet graduates

Parents, friends, and students packed the Spokane Arena for Gonzaga's graduation Sunday. The school says it's the largest graduation they've held due in part to their commencement speaker Archbishop Desmond Tutu.