When told she was one of just two students in Washington to win the 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Award all Shin could think of was others, “… the immense support I received from my family, the Literacy for Love team, Henry M. Jackson High School, the University of Washington Foster School of Business: Young Executives of Color Program, and most importantly the entire Mill Creek/Bothell community.”
Everett Public Schools wants your opinion about disaster planning and has an online survey that will be available until Friday, February 6th. The results will be incorporated into hazard mitigation planning.
Three years ago, the Everett School District was chosen as one of fewer than 100 districts in the nation to test a new way of motivating students to set their sights on college and other learning after high school.
In a joint announcement on Friday, January 23rd, Cascade High School Principal Cathy Woods and District Athletic Director Robert Polk introduced Bill Hull as the head coach for Cascade’s cross country program.
All South Snohomish County and North King County high-achieving middle school students and their parents have an opportunity to find out about a unique high school program that prepares students for success in college.
Local students collect supplies, send pictures and get to “see” who they have helped.
On the day before Thanksgiving, Forest View Elementary School students watched school supplies they collected and packed being loaded onto trucks – starting the first leg of a trip to students in Uganda.
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Educational Foundation (AFCEA) has selected STEM teacher, Brielle Kemis, as a winner of the AFCEA STEM Teacher Scholarship and awarded her with a check for $1,000.