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Education

Film shows how one Tacoma school pulled itself out of failure

The film, “178 Days: Confronting a History of Failure,” tells the story of the turnaround of Tacoma’s Stewart Middle School. Produced by the Tacoma School District, the documentary is a frank assessment of what had gone wrong at the school for too many years, and how a dynamic principal and a dedicated staff made a difference.

Education

New Seven Oaks' counseling program to help military students

Students from military families enjoy an ice cream party and obstacle challenge to honor the Month of the Military Child celebration on April 26 at Seven Oaks Elementary School in Lacey. Through a collaboration between the Department of Defense and the North Thurston School District, a new service titled the Military and Family Life Counselor program has been established at the school to offer support to students from military families

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Prayers and memories say goodbye to Bellarmine's historic grass field

Historic grass field at Bellarmine Preparatory School is torn out Monday as the school prepares to install turf.
Dean Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Prayers and memories say goodbye to Bellarmine's historic grass field 1:33

Prayers and memories say goodbye to Bellarmine's historic grass field

Trailer for documentary on Stewart Middle School 1:01

Trailer for documentary on Stewart Middle School

New Seven Oaks' counseling program to help military students 1:25

New Seven Oaks' counseling program to help military students

Matti Robi is one of the faces behind the numbers in the 2017 report from Graduate Tacoma 1:01

Matti Robi is one of the faces behind the numbers in the 2017 report from Graduate Tacoma