In 2017, I attended our Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet. I sat next to the leader of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)… Read More »Should Students Launch a Business While in High School?
By Brettani Shannon I was a public-school girl, myself, but once in middle school and high school, it wasn’t healthy for me. I ended up… Read More »Why We Need Options for Education in Josephine County
By Victoria Marshall With the 2022 school year now over, parents have the right and responsibility to ask, “Can we do better?” According to World… Read More »Parents, Regarding Your Kids’ Schooling: Can You do Better?
Following the recent student walkout at Grants Pass High School and North Middle School, District 7 Board Member Gary Richardson said, “The school district becomes… Read More »Your Child’s Best Education Now – Better Public Schools Later
By Teacher X Editor’s note: The Eagle posed the following questions to a Grants Pass area teacher we are calling “Teacher X.” He or she… Read More »Grants Pass Area Teacher Speaks Out on Morale, Masks, ‘Equity’
By Richard Emmons Josephine County Eagle, July 29, 2021 Yesterday, the Three Rivers School District board held its last meeting before the start of school… Read More »Public Speaks Out and Three Rivers School District Board Listens
On Thursday, July 15, I had a front-row seat at the four-hour Grants Pass School District 7 termination hearings for North Middle School Assistant Principal… Read More »Drama and Disappointment at the Grants Pass School District Termination Hearings