Imagine this: Two dozen Latino middle school students staying after school twice a week to get extra help in math — and having so much fun that they wish they could do it every day. No need to imagine it — it’s happening at Crook County Middle School.
Debbie Austin grew up in the Great Depression, a “time when it was not a good thing to be an Indian.”
Trauma-informed care is the basis for helping students succeed in their education at a new program for certain students at Baker High School.
While Cottage Grove High School boasts one of the top graduation rates in the state at 94%, at the Cottage Grove Sentinel we wanted to take a look at what it takes to graduate. What is the journey that a student takes to get to the height of high school education?