The White Salmon Valley School District and the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation have recently received a variety of grants to support student achievement and well-being. The district’s free after- school program for at-risk youth, A-List Adventures, received $347,000 of additional 21st Century Community Learning Center funding for the next two years for a new high school program and additional after-school support for existing programs. A $23,800 “No Child Left Inside” grant from the Washington State Office of Recreation and Conservation will enable students in sixth to eighth grades to attend outdoor education programs. A $15,870 grant from both the Washington State Arts Commission and the White Salmon Arts Council will provide artists-in-residency programs in the district. A $5,000 grant from the Boeing Company will provide mental health and wellness support for students, while a $2,000 grant from the Klickitat County Community- Clinical Linkages Group via the Cambia Health Foundation will help fund Sources of Strength, a suicide prevention program, at Columbia High School.