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The Vernonia High School Loggerbots are once again taking part in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competitions, and are having some measure of success

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The Vernonia School District held a great event on Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Approximately 350 people attended the Family Re-Engagement Night and were treated to lasagna dinner, a Dessert Dash, and hundreds of door prizes. The event was funde…

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After several delays, the Logger Stadium Committee is moving forward with Phase 1 of their project, with the construction of a snack shack and restroom facility to serve the sports fields at the Vernonia Schools Campus.

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Each school year the Vernonia School District and the Vernonia community welcome a group of students from other countries around the world to spend a year with us as foreign exchange students. And each year Vernonia’s Voice sits down with the…

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The selection committee of the Vernonia High School Athletic Hall of Fame met recently and set a date for the postponed induction ceremony for those inductees selected in 2020 but were unable to be honored due to COVID.

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    Vernonia Hands On Art partnered with the Vernonia High School Arts Program to hold the Jr. Salmon & Arts Auction on May 26.  Erika Paleck from Hands On Art served as auctioneer. The event raised $1,850 to support the arts in our schools and our community.  Torey Tolonen’s artwork (1)…

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    Vernonia Superintendent Aaron Miller is retiring at the end of this school year.  During his career in education, Miller has held many titles – as an elementary teacher in Scio he was Mr. Miller to his students.  He was Coach Miller to the players on the varsity baseball teams in both Sc…

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The project to build a covered seating area on the Vernonia Schools campus for football and track and field fans is making significant progress, thanks to the generosity and interest of the project’s supporters, including several significant donations.

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A small group of Vernonia High School students held a walk out on Wednesday, May 11 to protest for “Women’s Right to Choose” and their inability to express their concern freely within the school building.

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