Last week I wrote about how the Internet is fundamentally changing how we live and work today. This week I’ll cover some of the ways that the commercial side of the Internet works and how and why you’ll never have the privacy that we all once had.
Jackson High School senior Sriharshita Musunuri received a $25,000 scholarship as one of four national finalists at the 2017 Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology, which was held in Washington, DC, the week of December 5th.
Our dog of the week Amy is as cute as can be! Amy is a six-year-old German Spitz–Terrier mix that loves to play fetch with the tennis ball and run after squeaky toys. And after she gets all her wiggles out she loves to curl up in a warm blanket and unwind.
I always feel bad sending out a list of chores this month. Somehow it feels like we should be taking this month off and for the most part we probably can, but just in case you didn’t finish the tasks you should have accomplished in November, here are some thoughts to keep you busy…
On November 28th Seahawks legend Marcus Trufant, Sea Gals and their mascot, Blitz, along with representatives from Washington Dairy Council, came and inspired students at Gateway Middle School in a Fuel Up To Play 60 assembly.