Bryan Fang, Richland High School freshman, earned a First Place award in the Ad-Hoc Team Problem Division at the Washington State Mathematics Contest.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society presented Richland High School with The Milestone Award; the school has raised over $116,000 since 2004 to help find a cure for blood cancer.
Two students earned major awards at the Washington State High School Art Show: Sarah Didericksen, HHS, for an oil pastel “Beauty on Fire”, and Abby DeFever, RHS, for a clay-glass-wood piece “Charlie”.
The Hanford High School student newspaper The Altitude earned a Best of Show Third Place award at the National High School Journalism Convention.
Enterprise Middle School was named “School of the Year” at the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair; five Enterprise students competed and all five earned First Place awards.
Three Rivers HomeLink achieved Bronze Certification from Washington Green Schools, a non-profit organization which challenges students and communities to create sustainable school environments.
The Hanford High School production of Urinetown received seven nominations in the Seattle 5th Avenue High School Music Theater Awards including Outstanding Overall Musical.
The Hanford High School bowling team earned a state championship trophy at the WIAA Washington State Bowling Championships.
The Hanford High School Cheer Squad tumbling team earned a state title in the 3A/4A large division at the WIAA Washington State Cheer Championships.