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Applause - November 26, 2018

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Wedding Announcement  Fuldner - Mitrevska
 
Bob and Janet Fuldner of Woodinville, Washington are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Robert, to Elena Mitrevska of Skopje, Macedonia.
 
The ceremony took place on September 18, 2018, at the Rathaus Koppenick in Berlin, Germany.
 
The groom graduated from Woodinville High School in 2008.  He first attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, went on to study abroad at the University of Mannheim in Mannheim, Germany and received in 2013 his Bachelors Degree from The University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
 
Graduates
 
Katherine Raineri of Woodinville graduated from Pacific University (Ore.) with a doctorate in clinical psychology.

Cloud 9 Awards

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Cloud 9 Art School was voted by parents as the Best Family Destination, the Best Educational Experience and the Best Birthday Party Venue in Bothell in this year's Winnie #FamilyFavorites awards!
 
Parents are always looking for easy ways to do more as a family together, especially at places that welcome children, but these local spots aren't always easy to find. 
Cloud 9 offer art classes for pre-school, kids, teens and adults. Our teachers are all professional artists and we also have artists from across the US come and give workshops here in Bothell.

Applause - October 29, 2018

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Hockey
 
"A local 15-year-old resident of Woodinville,  Salvatore Collora,  has been selected as one of the Prospects on the league protected list for the one of the WHL team, Lethbridge Hurricanes.   The Lethbridge Hurricanes are a Canadian major junior ice hockey team currently members of the Eastern Conference of the Western Hockey League and based in Alberta, Canada.   Salvatore is currently playing for the CSSHL Elite 15 for St George’s School in Vancouver,  an University-Preparatory School for boys in Vancouver BC. 
 
Dean’s List
 
Local Students Named to Dean’s List at Biola University in La Mirada, CA
 
Bothell
Brielle Babcock
Kenneth Wang Jr
 
Kenmore
Megan McNees I
 
Woodinville
Savannah McKinnon
Daniel Monroe
Timothy Ross
Ashlyn Vander Wel
Alexander Worthington
 
National Meric Commended Students
 
Congratulations to the following 13 seniors for being named National Merit Commended Students: Bellevue resident Michael Greene; Duvall resident Faith Glaze; Issaquah resident Benjamin Lombardi; North Bend resident Jack Mandelkorn; Redmond residents Mary Foley and Anthony Pella; Sammamish residents Owen Bernstein, Adam Gregg, Conrad Gregg, Elizabeth Iwicki, Michael Sentman and Max Stewart Steele; and Woodinville resident Landon Halverson (Class of 2018 graduate).

Student of the Month - October 2018

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The Woodinville Chamber was pleased to honor our October 2018 Student of the Month, sponsored by Elle Marie Hair Studio. This month’s featured student was Esh Sathiyamoorthy, a Senior at Woodinville High School.


Esh Sathiamoorthy is a model student at Woodinville High School, not only in terms of academics and his enthusiasm for learning, but also due to his remarkable character and leadership skills. With an ever-present smile, Esh shows his true colors on a daily basis around our campus. As our ASB president, he “walks his talk” pursuing opportunities to make a positive difference at Woodinville and within the Northshore community; an example being Esh’s participation as the lone student representative on the District Equity and Diversity Committee since October of 2017.  Not stopping there, this past March Esh started the NSD Youth Equity Group, a committee of high school students that pinpoint inequities in the district and work to brainstorm and implement solutions that benefit all students.

Applause - October 8, 2018

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DEAN’S LIST
 
Michael Carlson (WHS, 2016) was recognized on Oct. 5 at University of Arizona for Academic Achievement by receiving the Dean’s List Award for the 1017-2018 school year.