Joce Johnson, Statesman Journal

Joce Johnson

Statesman Journal

Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Joce:

S-K middle schoolers shortchanged on science?

District offers 1 semester in 6th and 7th grades; not enough say experts in age of STEM → Read More

Future students get a glimpse at career technical center

CTEC held an open house for students who will be in programs in the fall. → Read More

Expansion of Farm to School program pushes districts to buy local

The Legislature approved a $3.3 million increase for Farm to School and School Garden programs. → Read More

West High student selected for Tokyo science academy

Emma Fagan was selected among eight students in the U.S. → Read More

Silverton retailer to give away 200 backpacks with supplies

TCC will donate backpacks with supplies to children on Aug. 1 → Read More

Summer program readies incoming freshmen for high school

Summer Transition Program was offered this summer at McKay, McNary and North Salem high schools. → Read More

Woodburn teacher named AgriScience Ambassador by national academy

Seth Stoddard teaches agriscience at Academy of Art, Science & Technology in Woodburn. → Read More

Governor signs community college tuition waiver bill

SB 81 will waive tuition for qualifying students in 2016. → Read More

15 schools receive new playgrounds with leftover bond money

Salem-Keizer schools will spend about $20 million on bond construction work this summer. → Read More

Chemeketa board tours new technical education facility

Chemeketa board tours new technical education facility → Read More

Salem-Keizer School Board swears in newly elected members

The Salem-Keizer School Board swore in three newly-elected members at their monthly meeting Tuesday as well as came to a decision on who will serve the board as its chairperson and vice chairperson this year. Rick Kimball will serve as the board's chairperson for the 2015-16 school year. He served in that position last year. Paul Kyllo will serve as he board's vice chair. Voters in Marion County… → Read More

Gov. Brown signs “Fair Shot” bills into law

Four bills include goals to end profiling, enhance retirement security. → Read More

North Marion schools opt for quicker online student registration

InfoSnap saves time, paper for families and district staff. → Read More

Memorial service to be held for pilot in fatal crash

Memorial service for John Layton to be held at Keizer Civic Center. → Read More

Camp offers bike-riding skills and sense of freedom

For kids with disabilities at bike camp, instruction is personalized. → Read More

Letter’s tone hints at hidden issue: late parents

Some thought it was a necessary response to parents who don’t pick up their kids → Read More

Here are the bills that could make an impact on education in Oregon

Bills focused on budget, standardized test, early learning and career and technical education. → Read More

Chemeketa lowers tuition for ’15-16 due to higher funds

Community colleges received more from the Legislature than anticipated for 2015-16. → Read More

Wrestling fanatics brave the heat for live event

Wrestlers from in and out of state tout skills in the ring. → Read More

Firefighters continue battle of 70-acre blaze near Detroit Lake

Highway 22 is not closed, but traffic is heavy through the area. → Read More