Central Catholic questions its hiring practices as sexual misconduct allegations surface about another football coach.
When it comes to football, Central Catholic High School has a lot to cheer about.
Rams—with a long tradition of winning—finished the season with 12 wins
and just one loss while outscor
Oregon is cutting an effective program to help mothers in prison stay close to their kids.
2008, Eva Guzman arrived at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in
Wilsonville, to begin a sentence for robbery. Eleven days later, she
“I had my daughter,” says Guzman, no
Moda’s president was caught cheating on a recertification exam for surgeons.
\Moda Health made a big splash last year
when it shelled out a reported $40 million for naming rights to the
Portland Trail Blazers’ arena.
Moda Center, formerly the Rose Garden, is t
Paul Anthony, a North Portland parent activist and CFO for a Beaverton-based financial services company, has announced he's running for the Portland School Board to challenge incumbent Matt Morton in North Portland's Zone 2. Anthony has three children in Portland Public Schools, two at Chief Joseph/Ockley Green K-8 and one at Benson Polytechnic High School. He has been inst...
Portland Public Schools Superintendent Carole Smith will recommend ending neighborhood-to-neighborhood lottery transfers among K-8 students Tuesday night—a proposal aimed at achieving greater equity and balancing enrollment among elementary, K-8 and middle schools.Smith's proposal to the school board follows a recent report from a volunteer committee that studied two intertwined issues: <...
Central Catholic High School today announced that freshman football coach Patrick Jay Wallace is finished at the prep football powerhouse."We have informed Jay that he will not be offered a coaching position at Central Catholic next year nor in subsequent years to come," Central Catholic president John Harrington tells WW. "Jay has never been a member of the teaching st...
Sellwood's principal today sent a letter to parents about the 2011-12 incident to resolve U.S. Office for Civil Rights complaint
It's not every day that the feds investigate student council races at middle schools. Portland Public Schools today is making amends for a March 2012 decision at Sellwood Middle School to hold a student council election open only to students of color in an attempt to increase minority representation on the school's council.
Thursday, Principal Brian Anderson wrote to ...
A Central Catholic football coach was previously fired over sexual misconduct allegations.
Seventeen years ago, David Douglas High School fired its
varsity girls’ softball coach after a 16-year-old player accused him of
sexually assaulting her during a trip to a summer tournament in