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The Northshore School District is accepting nominations for its 2008-2009 Teacher of the Year award. Nominations may be submitted by administrators, parents, students or co-workers. To be eligible, the nominee must be employed full time as a teacher and plan to continue in an active teaching status during the 2008-2009 school year. Official nomination sheets will be accepted until 4 p.m. April 14. They forms be sent to Northshore Administration Center, Attention: Human Resources, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, WA 98021

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Teacher of the Year nominations on tap

The Northshore School District is accepting nominations for its 2008-2009 Teacher of the Year award. Nominations may be submitted by administrators, parents, students or co-workers. To be eligible, the nominee must be employed full time as a teacher and plan to continue in an active teaching status during the 2008-2009 school year. Official nomination sheets will be accepted until 4 p.m. April 14. They forms be sent to Northshore Administration Center, Attention: Human Resources, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, WA 98021

Kenmore student competes with YES

Kenmore resident Anand Kaul has been chosen to compete for a $50,000 college scholarship at the 2007-08 Young Epidemiology Scholars (YES) Competition sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and administered by the College Board.

Kaul is among 60 high-school juniors and seniors who will receive a $2,000 scholarship and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. from April 4-7 to present their research to nationally recognized epidemiologists and teachers and compete for college scholarships of up to $50,000. More than 550 high-school students from across the nation entered the competition, which is designed to spur students’ interest in the field of epidemiology, which explores patterns of disease, illness and injury with the goal of developing methods for prevention, control and treatment.

Northshore taxpayers will save money

The Northshore School Board’s has decided to refund $13.6 million in outstanding bonds originally issued in 1998. The resulting actual dollar savings, which amount to $585,000, will not increase district revenues but will lower taxes. The board approved the action at its March 25 meeting. The district refinanced its bonds to take advantage of lower interest rates.

The Northshore School District is accepting nominations for people in the district community who have gone above and beyond in helping special-needs students connect, contribute and experience success. The district will give awards in eight categories: General Education Teachers, Administrators, Special Education Teachers, Support Staff, Teams/Schools, Parent Volunteers, Community Volunteers and Students.

Nominations will be accepted until April 21, and can be sent by e-mail to nsdsepac@yahoo.com or by mail to: SEPAC, c/o Laura Hamilton, Northshore Special Education Dept., 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, WA 98021-8972. Forms may also be found on the district Web site: www.sepacnsd.org.

New location for GBCC breakfasts

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce has announced a change in location for its networking breakfasts. The events will now take place at North Creek Retirement & Assisted Living (1097 201 Place S.E., Bothell). The first Networking Breakfast at this new location will take place from 7:30-9 a.m. April 17.

Advanced registration is required, and the cost is $15 for chamber members, $25 for non-members. Breakfast and refreshments will be provided. For information or to register, visit www.bothellchamber.com or call (425) 485-4353.

Correction

The April 2 article “Swale rises above ‘bush baby’ comment” stated that Cameron Swale had sold head shots of his brother, Michael, at school. In actuality, Cameron’s mother caught wind of the plan and put an end to it.

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