Wenatchee Learns Connect News

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Wenatchee Learns Connect and Wenatchee Valley College present the 4th Annual North Central Washington College & Career Expo on Monday, November 6, 2017 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on the Wenatchee Valley College campus. Exhibitors representing business, industry, training programs, post secondary education and military are encouraged to participate by hosting a booth that the event.

STEM is gaining STEAM

June 14, 2017

WENATCHEE WORLD  At a gathering of education, government and business leaders last month, Gov. Jay Inslee announced a $1 million grant from JPMorgan Chase for STEM&...

he 1946 Ford flatbed that adorns the new Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce office at 137 N. Wenatchee Ave. will soon return to the orchard from which it came — sort of. are putting the finishing touches on a mural depicting an orchard scene for the wall behind and around the truck.

The Wenatchee School District hosted the second annual Partner Appreciation Luncheon at Ohme Gardens on Thursday, April 18. The purpose of the event was to recognize and honor t...

The public is invited to Lincoln Elementary School on Friday, May 19, 2017 for a Grand Re-Opening celebration. The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held at 4:30 PM in the multi-purpose room.

The time is ripe in high school for students to think about their next steps after graduation. In the Wenatchee Valley, students get the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes with...

GWATA will host the NCW Tech and STEM Showcase on Saturday, May 13th at Pybus Public Market. This unique event is the only regional Technology and STEM showcase in NCW.

Wenatchee Learns Connect will host the second annual Pizza Pop and Power Tools event at Wenatchee Valley College. Pizza Pop and Power Tools is a non-traditional career connected learning event for 8th grade girls in the Wenatchee School District.

WENATCHEE, WA – Wenatchee Learns Connect, Wenatchee School District Career and Technical Education (CTE) and SkillSource have released a video that highlights their work a...

Congratulations to Wenatchee School District teachers and students who have just been named finalists in this years GWATA Technology Awards! Teacher "STEM Educator of t...

The Governor’s CCL Summit will convene business, policy, and education leaders to launch a policy initiative and spread best practices to increase and strengthen career-related opportunities in high demand STEM jobs for Washington’s youth.  The summit will feature educators from the Wenatchee School District CTE, Wenatchee Learns Connect and SkillSource.

5G Future Fest Cancelled

February 15, 2017

Due to icy road conditions and a two hour school delay, the 5G Future Fest is cancelled. A new event date will be made available as soon as possible. 

It was a Monster Mash-Up between technology, employers and job-seekers today at the Wenatchee Valley Employment Summit and Job Fair.  Monster.com Creative Director Bill ...

Julie Parker is the newest National Board Certified teacher in Wenatchee School District. The  Pioneer Middle School Spanish and 6th grade Language Arts Teacher is one of 5...

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It doesn’t happen very often, even in the snowy Wenatchee Valley, but occasionally school may be delayed or closed due to inclement weather. How and when&...

Wenatchee School District recently mailed out an information newsletter about the Phase 2 Bond the Wenatchee School Board is considering. Click here to see the information. &...

5 policy makers, business, education, and community leaders, including Governor Jay Inslee and former Seattle Seahawk Ricardo Lockette, convened at 2016 STEM Summit to share and discuss best practices that support equitable access to quality STEM education and preparation for future careers

The Wenatchee School District’s Wenatchee Learns Connect program hosted the 3rd Annual North Central Washington College & Career Expo on Tuesday, November 1 for over 2,500 high school and college students.

The Apple STEM Network will receive a $110,000 implementation grant from Washington STEM to support their plans to advance student access to science, technology, and math education and career opportunities during an official check presentation on Saturday at the Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire.

The public is invited to a Dedication Ceremony and Ribbon Cutting for the New Washington Elementary School and adjacent Castlerock Early Childhood Learning Center and Special Education Offices on Thursday, October 27, 2016

The community is invited to learn about local and statewide STEM education and workforce needs at a moderated candidate forum on November 1 at Wenatchee Valley College. The panel-style forum will include discussion from 12th district house and senate representatives and their opponents about their positions on STEM in K-12 and higher education, and in the workforce.

Congratulations to Taunya Brown and Diana Haglund who were nominated for "Women of the Year." Brown is Principal at Orchard Middle School, and Haglund coordinates We...