PATHWAY STUDENTS ARE MAKING NEWS

 


"Mac High wins state cooking competition"



"Student chefs will show off their skills"




"CERT leader teaches radio use"


(Click here for KLYC Radio interviews in May 2016)




"Hovercraft trails float at UFO parade"


"Drones, drones, drones"
Students combine old and new in study of nature


3-2-1 LIFTOFF!"
Rockets to fly higher, thanks to EASA designs

​KATU Channel 2 "Kids Doing Good Stuff"


"Mac High welders hone skills"
McMinnville High School students are learning and practicing fabrication skills as they build a piece of equipment for school celebrations.




"Officers describe criminal investigation techniques"
Fingerprints continue to represent a key piece of evidence often helping law enforcement officers solve cases, former Yamhill County Sheriff Jack Crabtree told students in McMinnville High School’s criminal justice program 





"McMinnville, YC, Willamina share in career ed grants"
The McMinnville, Yamhill-Carlton and Willamina school districts are in line for career readiness grants from the state





"District wins grant for career programs"
The McMinnville School District has won a $73,000 state grant to cover the cost of equipment earmarked for the career pathway program at McMinnville High School.





"Mac High student a national award winner"
McMinnville High School senior Jamie Graham is one of 35 national winners in Aspirations in Computing competition.




"Mac High wins grant for invention"
An after-school club at McMinnville High School is one of 14 groups nationwide to win grants designed to help them invent solutions to real-world problems.




"Flying high with physics"
Flying with the Blue Angels was the second-best thing teacher Juanita Clarno did during her summer vacation.





"Brothers in Uniform" 
Not long after his 2012 graduation from McMinnville High School, where he studied physics and chemistry at the Engineering and Aerospace Sciences Academy, Ben Dority tried to enlist in the Navy.



"SpaceX explosion destroys McMinnville High science project"
Students in the McMinnville High School Engineering & Aerospace Sciences Academy built a nanolab project to test the effects of corrosion in zero gravity.