“Our students get to experience firsthand the challenges and rewards of the welding profession,” said Lance Ganieany, welding teacher at Kelso High School. “It’s not just about the technical skills, but also about developing problem-solving abilities, precision, and a strong work ethic. These are the qualities that will make them successful in any career path they choose."
On January 31, students representing 12 different high schools across Southwest Washington competed at the SkillsUSA Regional Welding Competition at Kelso High School in Kelso, Washington. After competing a serires of written, visual, and technical challenges, the medal winners at this year’s comp...
Educational Service District 112 (ESD 112) is seeking qualified applicants to fill a Mill A school board vacancy, position #2, until the next regular school district election, per RCW 28A.343.370. Qualified applicants must be registered [...]
Three board members took the oath of office at the January 2024 Board of Directors meeting, following their election to the ESD 112 Board of Directors in November 2023. Newly elected board members include: Susan [...]
Sharing stories of hope and discussing unmet funding needs were the focus of the November 27, 2023, ESD 112 Legislative Forum. The forum, convened virtually for the fourth year in a row, garnered the attendance [...]
The Washington State School Directors’ Association will conduct an election in October for board positions in the state’s nine Educational Service Districts (ESD). Four ESD 112 board members are up for election this fall for [...]
ESD 112 acknowledges and honors the traditional lands of the Cowlitz and Chinook Tribes, Lower Columbia Peoples, Shoalwater Bay Tribe and the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, on which our school districts reside in what is now Southwest Washington. We pay respect to the elders and caretakers that have stewarded these lands throughout generations and that are still here today.