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Cascadia Community College has honored two faculty members with the annual Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Service award. The recipients for 2008 are Melissa Estelle and Jared Leising. As part of the honor, each will receive an award of $1,000 for professional development or to support a Cascadia program.
The Northshore Public Education Foundation (NPEF) has announced the 2008-2009 Classroom Grant Awards, ranging from $320 to $1,000, totaling $17,250 for the upcoming school year.
The Bothell City Council adopted a $250 million capital facilities plan (CFP) for 2009-2015 at its June 17 meeting.
A new affordable-housing development is in the works for downtown Kenmore.
James O’Neal isn’t one to act sheepish about his looks.
Kenmore residents Laura Humrich and Dawn Ross will spend June 21-22 wandering the streets of Seattle in a 20-mile trek that lasts from sunset to sunrise.
Megan Coleman finished her senior year of high school with the Quillayute Valley School District, located over 130 miles from her Bothell home.
Notes and briefs from around the Bothell area.
Six Northshore teachers recently received their National Board Certification from The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Like board-certified doctors and accountants, teachers who achieve National Board Certification have met rigorous standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment and peer review. The school district now employs 29 teachers with National Board certification.
The Inglemoor High class of 1968 will celebrate its 40th-year reunion Aug. 22-24 with a bevy of activities at a variety of venues, including a tour of the Kenmore campus conducted by Principal Vicki Sherwood. The class of ‘68 — the first class to attend all three years of high school at Inglemoor — will gather first for an informal celebration at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at the grads’ old haunt, Dick’s Drive-In in Lake City.
Incident reports from the Bothell Police Department.
That’s the theme Northshore Networks Youth Theater students will work with as they perform their musical at the Northshore Performing Arts Center from June 18 through 21. Shows take place at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on June 20 and 21 at 2:30 p.m.
Theory has it that things tend to happen in threes. Kenmore residents Roger and Michelle Cass became a case in point this year as they received triple doses of both good and bad news. The first wave started woefully when their 6-year-old son, Ben, began experiencing nausea last winter. Initial tests showed nothing wrong, but the youngster turned jaundice March 7.
Kenmore scored another victory in its fight against gambling establishments when a panel of three U.S. Ninth Circuit Court judges affirmed the city’s ban on card rooms May 28.
The Rev. Gregory K. Jackson, the senior pastor at Bothell United Methodist Church for the past 13 years, is retiring.