West Linn-Wilsonville NEWS
The West Linn-Wilsonville School District's CREST (Center for Research in Environmental Sciences and Technologies) Farm is well underway with its Community Supported Agriculture program, which includes 25 community members from across West Linn and Wilsonville, many of whom pick up their weekly produce at the CREST farm in Wilsonville.
The West Linn community says goodbye to West Linn's oldest school building as it prepares to open its reimagined school for the 2017-18 school year. Oh, the stories the walls of Sunset Primary School could tell. Just consider how much the world has changed over the past 100-plus years. [FULL STORY]
You might have noticed that the Wilsonville High School Choir Department had a slightly different sound this past school year. While Wilsonville boasted the same talent and noticeable energy that audiences have enjoyed for years, there were also some subtle differences from past years. [FULL STORY]
Trillium Creek Primary students celebrated their final harvest of the 2016-17 school year Friday, June 16. Students endured the rain one last time to pick carrots, radishes and lettuce among other veggies. The veggies were donated to the Willamette Food Pantry. [FULL STORY]
Brice Brown has a vision of what his future holds, and if the recent results of the International Youth Silent Film Festival is any indication, it's just a matter of time before his dreams become a reality. Brown, a junior at West Linn High School, has been making animated films since attending an OMSI animation camp when he was 10 years old. He's been animating in some capacity ever since, with aspirations of owning his own animation studio someday. Brown says he didn't have many expectations when he submitted his claymation film titled "Thomas and the Extraordinary Bathroom Incident" for the festival. He knew his film was good, but it wasn't quite where he wanted it to be. [FULL STORY]
Saludos comunidad escolar de West Linn-Wilsonville,