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Siri Bliesner, John Towers and Susan Wilkins compete for Lake Washington School District Director District 5 position.
LA Reel is a week-long camp that gives students experience in the entertainment industry.
Corina Pfeil has spent the past three years to make Narcan accessible to students who overdose at school.
Juniel Brings more than 30 years of development experience to Friends of Youth.
Alisa Bright is the LWTech Technical Academy’s valedictorian.
The scheduled preschool programs will remain at Dickinson Elementary for the next school year.
The show will feature actors from Bellevue, Redmond and Kirkland.
Smuggling Croissants, Mister Blank, Ouija Boob, Floral Tattoo and other local artists performed at at the shop.
The sixth-grade robotics team will be going to the world championships next week.
Sarah Raza (RHS) and Sophia Gonzalez (ICS) were selected for their community service work.
The panel consisted of Dr. Amy Morrison, president of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Anne Morisseau, Planning Commissioner for the City of Bellevue, Residential Real Estate Agent, LE Board of Directors, and Anne-Marie Diouf, VP Human Resources for Symetra.
Juanita Elementary achieved a recycling rate of 55 percent.
The upcoming levy, if passed, will build more classrooms and install security cameras.
KPC’s All Star House Band plays classic rock anthems at “We Will Rock You” benefit concert on April 6.
YES holds annual Invest in Youth Breakfast.
Some districts have built-in make-up days but not all.
It will be performed at the Lake Washington High School theater March 22 and 23.
Thoreau Elementary was selected to have their composition played by the Seattle Symphony.
This year’s event raised $369,000.
The community production of ‘The Music Man’ will run March 9-16 at KPC.