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The end of the school year means the end of the line for the old Malabon and Fairfield Elementary School buildings.
Built in 1953 and 1958, Fairfield and Malabon will be torn down in a matter of weeks to make way for new playfields and parking lots that will serve the two new schools being built next to the old buildings.
Malabon students signed a large goodbye sign and some were even invited to write their names on the concrete block wall inside the school’s cafeteria.
Teachers’ materials will be moved to the new buildings over the next several days, and old school furniture that’s not destined for other Bethel schools will be offered to neighboring school districts for free.
Once asbestos has been removed the schools will quickly be demolished.
Fairfield students finally got a chance to see inside their new school while it is still under construction, and they were left awed by the new building.
After watching the construction for nearly a year kids were escorted down the halls, through the gym and library, and into what will be their new classrooms.
Students were struck by the brightness and colors in the new school, which will replace their 62 year old building.
Fairfield staff have been gradually packing in preparation for this Friday’s move. A large crew of movers will haul boxes from the old school into the new building next door, even though contractors are Continue reading
Commencement ceremonies for the 66th graduation class of Willamette High School will take place Friday night at 6:30 in Wolverine Stadium.
After meeting the most demanding graduation requirements in Oregon history, more than 300 students from the class of 2015 will cross the stage to receive their diplomas.
Tyler Garrett, Alycia Thatcher and Heidi Gerlach will each perform musical numbers, while Josephine Eidem and Christian Mora have been selected to give speeches.
Tickets are available only through senior students.
Willamette’s senior class has been awarded $1,000 and it will benefit students for many years to come.
Wil-Hi won a contest staged by Northwest Christian University challenging local high schools on which could get the most views of an NCU online promotional video.
The Willamette senior class decided to use the winnings to help purchase a water fountain that has a water bottle refill feature.
The water fountain will replace an existing fountain at Wil-Hi.