YSD Stories

  • Adams Elementary Assistant Principal, Jose Contreras, Awarded Estrella Award From CWHCC

    Posted by Ashley LaRiviere on 10/31/2022
    Adams Elementary School Assistant Principal, Jose Contreras, received an Estrella Award at the Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Estrella Awards Ceremony. 
     
     
    The Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month starts virtually on September 15 and runs throughout Hispanic Heritage Month until October 15, ultimately closing with the Estrella Awards. The Community Highlights throughout the month are a media effort campaign celebrating Hispanic/Latino professionals nominated by their peers for recognition from a wide range of industries including agriculture, business, civil services, education, healthcare, and non-profit. industries.
     
    The Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce proudly recognizes the individual Hispanic/Latinx community members and businesses who have influenced and shaped the community with their vibrant culture, rich history, and remarkable innovations.  
     
    One nominee from each industry is recognized and awarded the cherished Estrella Award. 
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  • Alma Hernandez, Student Advocate At Adams Elementary, Earns 2022 Washington State Migrant Student Advocate of the Year Award

    Posted by Ashley LaRiviere on 9/23/2022

    At the September 20th board meeting, Alma Hernandez, student advocate at Adams Elementary, was celebrated as the recipient of the 2022 Washington State Migrant Student Advocate of the Year Award.

    Each school year, the Washington State Title I, Part C, Migrant Education Program celebrates migrant staff who have demonstrated exceptional service and devotion while acting on behalf of the program.

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  • Mr. Frymier's Class Dresses to Impress

    Posted by Ari Vazquez on 9/20/2022

    Mr. Frymier's Tie Tuesday Theme led to some smiles and creativity for his second-grade class. What a fun way to create class spirit and an excuse to dress up!

    Kids in ties

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