Bothell Students Donate 294 School Supplies

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Students at Evergreen Academy Elementary School in Bothell and Evergreen Academy Preschools in Bothell, Kirkland and Issaquah recently donated 294 school supplies items to local organization Hopelink. Throughout the month, students collected backpacks, pens, paper, and other basic school supplies to support local children as they prepare to go back to school. At the close of the drive, students also helped load the donations into Hopelink’s vehicle when a representative visited the school to collect the items. Through this initiative, students learned the importance of helping other children.

Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in north and East King County since 1971. The organization works to provide stability and help people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good.

Applause - August 13, 2018

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KJ Severin of Woodinville earned a Bachelor of Arts degree Summa Cum Laude in Gender Studies and German from Lawrence University (Appleton, WI).   Severin also was elected to Lawrence’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest honorary society in America.
MaryKate White of Bothell graduated from Stevenson University (Owings Mills, MD) on May 17, 2018.
Marie Haaland of Bothell graduated from Hofstra University (Hempstead, NY) in May 2018, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
Yehan Zhou of Kenmore graduated from the University at Albany (Albany, NY) with a Master of Science in Educational Psychology & Methodology with the Class of 2018.
Cameron Pauly, from Bothell and a member of the Colgate University (Hamilton, NY) Class of 2019, has earned the spring 2018 Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence.
The following students have been named to the Scholastic Honor Roll spring term 2018 by Oregon State University (Corvallis, Ore.):
From Bothell: Lauren N. Bickhaus, Emily A. Brackett, Rebecca M. Crawford, Jazmyn A. Crouch, Jenna L. Galvagno, Trevor D. Peterson, Oren Shalev Williams
From Woodinville: Chloe A. Hall, Rebecca E. Ledsham

Local clarinetist plays overseas

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Tammy Preuss, clarinetist and Woodinville resident, toured with the Tacoma Concert Band in Scotland and Ireland recently. The band played at Stirling Castle in Scotland, the National Concert Hall in Dublin, and churches in Limerick and Cork.  The group competed in the South of Ireland Band Championships on July 6th in Clonakilty where it won the top prize in the Senior Division as well as Best Brass Section and Best Original Concert Piece.  In winning the top prize, the band received a ride around town in a motorized train.

Applause - July 30, 2018

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The following students were listed on the Spokane Falls Community College (Spokane, Wash.) honor roll: Kelsey Brobeck of Bothell and Susan Hight of Kenmore
Zeos Greene and Siri Mellem, both of Woodinville, earned Dean's List honors at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn.
Western Washington University student Breaker Chittenden, son of Jeffrey and Holly Chittenden of Duvall, received the $1,500 Leadership Advantage Annual Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The Leadership Advantage Annual Scholarship provides support for leadership scholarships to students from diverse backgrounds.
Chittenden graduated from PARADE (Parents & Riverview Actively Delivering Education) alternative school in 2018.
Woodinville High School Juniors, Joseph Collora and Rand Mattis represented Washington State and won 6th Place in 2018 FBLA National Leadership Conference 3-D Animation Award of Excellence in Baltimore, Maryland.    FBLA National Award Program, commonly called competitive events, recognizes and rewards academic excellence in broad range of business and career-related areas.

Applause - July 23, 2018

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Tiffany Cummings of Bothell graduated with a MS-Geology from East Carolina University (Greenville, NC) during spring commencement exercises.
Julia Maxine Howard of Kenmore, has received the following from The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL): BS in Athletic Training.
The following Woodinville residents have received their degree from Western Governors University (WGU):  Anne Price - Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) degree, Ashley Clauson - Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Hannah Slominski - Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction degree, Kristie Miller - Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Michelle Toi - Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree, Laurel Roberts - Master of Education in Instructional Design degree.