Students promoted to high school

Students in Waterville’s eighth grade class were welcomed into high school during a promotion ceremony on June 7. The ceremony was led by Principal Tabatha Mires.
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Senior Awards night in Waterville

On Wednesday, May 30 at the NCW Fairgrounds the 2018 Waterville graduates and their families gathered for their Senior Awards night.
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Girls on the Run Event

The Girls on the Run (GOTR) event opened 9 a.m. Saturday, May 19 at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee.
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B.A.D.D. Club Attends forum

Three Waterville students traveled to Great Wolf Lodge to present their team project along with 500 other students from around Washington State.
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B.A.D.D. Club offers lessons

Elementary students K-5 enjoyed a special lesson and activity presented by high school students who are members of the Breaking Addictive and Destructive Decisions (B.A.D.D.) Club in Waterville.
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Waterville K-12 School Named Leader in Me Lighthouse School

By Suzanne Robinson Empire Press Correspondent WATERVILLE/SALT LAKE CITY — Waterville K-12 announced on April 26 its certification and naming as a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by FranklinCovey Education. This recognition is evidence of results the Leader in Me process is applying and the impact the school is having on staff, students, parents, and the greater community. Cathi Nelson,...
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Students learn healthy ways

Students in first through fourth grades at Waterville Elementary School are learning about good nutrition and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
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Athletes, cheerleaders honored at junior high sports awards banquet

The Waterville/Mansfield junior high sports awards banquet was held April 12 in Mansfield.
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Leadership Day at Waterville

Waterville School held its Leadership and Learning Day on March 30. The annual event celebrates the unique strengths of each student.
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PTO carnival draws crowd

The annual Waterville Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) Carnival was held March 24. The event was well attended by students and the community.
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