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August 20, 2014
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
New teachers for 2014
Hi--My name is Brian Smith. I'm coming to Prosser High after teaching for several years in a neighboring district. I'm very excited to be here and feel I have a lot to offer the students.
I will be teaching the Computer Aided Design (CAD) classes at Prosser High. The students who take this class will be utilizing cutting edge technology while they learn Solidworks and AutoCAD.
I am a graduate of Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. I've earned both a B.S. and M.Ed in Technology Education while specializing in CAD and CNC manufacturing. Along with my many years in education, I've got extensive industry experience and am a United States Army veteran.

Our Summer Reading Program has drawn to a close. Have you logged your 15 hours, but haven't yet had the chance to pick up your finisher prize? Come visit us in the library by August 30 we still have books for kids and book bags for adults!
Our drawing and grand prize winners will announced this week keep an eye out on Facebook for the winners! Prizes were donated by the Prosser Friends of the Library and grand prize packages were donated by the Friends of Mid-Columbia Libraries.
Dorn files brief with Supreme Court

Olympia - The state Legislature and the Governor should be given the 2015 session to make substantial progress on fully funding basic education. If that doesn't happen, the Court should make clear that there will be certain consequences, including, if necessary, a requirement that the State be barred from funding non-education elements of the budget.
That's the essence of a brief to be filed with the Supreme Court by State Superintendent Randy Dorn this afternoon. The brief concerns McCleary v. State of Washington, a January 2012 decision by the state Supreme Court that determined the state isn't meeting its constitutional duty to fully fund basic education.

Come stomp your feet!

Grandview - Team entry applications are now being accepted for the Great Grandview Grape Stomp 2014. The event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 27. Download your registration form or register online at www.visitgrandview.org. Teams of three compete by stomping grapes in a barrel with their bare feet.
Yakima Valley Community College will host this year's Great Grandview Grape Stomp on the Grandview Campus located at 500 West Main Street. There is a limit for the number of teams, so get your registration in early.