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Everett School District seeking public comments on new sixth through twelfth-grade sexual health instructional materials

Starting in September 2016, sixth through twelfth grade students and their teachers in Everett Public Schools will use newly-selected sexual health instructional materials. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

The Everett School District is seeking comments regarding the newly selected sexual health instructional materials scheduled to be used beginning in September 2016. Materials being considered will be on display Wednesday evening, May 25th, from 6 to 8 pm at the Community Resource Center.

Left Coast / Right Coast: Grandparents Day, et al

Mike celebrating Inside Out Day. Photo credit: Nancy Gold.

I got to thinking about all the holidays we already have. I think I reached the breaking point when I saw we have Grandparents Day coming up. Of course, the “holiday” is, of all dates, on September 11th this year (the first Sunday of September following Labor Day). I guess that means all grandparents need to be on alert in case their home collapses.

2016 Mill Creek Town Center Summer Concert Series Announced

Cherry Cherry perform at The Forum August 5th, 2015.  Photo credit: Lesley Van Winkle.

Back by popular demand, the Mill Creek Town Center Business Association will again host a free weekly summer concert series that will run every Wednesday from July 6th to August 31st, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at The FORUM at Creekside Village.

The Mill Creek Town Center Concert Series is a popular, family friendly community event, enjoyed by all ages. Each week offers something different and fun for the whole family.

Sno-Isle Libraries seeks public input on Draft Capital Facilities Plan including new Mill Creek facilities

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning how its facilities will meet the changing needs of communities and customers now and in the future. A Draft Capital Facilities Plan available now for review includes proposed recommendations for all 21 of the libraries across the library district plus the service center in Marysville.

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning how its facilities will meet the changing needs of communities and customers now and in the future.

A Draft Capital Facilities Plan available now for review includes proposed recommendations to add new libraries in the 128th Street SE area west of Mill Creek and the area southeast of Mill Creek.