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Local Community invited to Benefit in celebration of Northshore Students

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The All in for Kids annual celebration is a popular and much-anticipated benefit to help students succeed in the Northshore School District. Attendees will be invited to be a part of the partnership that helps our students be successful and to help eliminate the opportunity gap in our district.

On April 4, attendees can choose between a breakfast or luncheon event to connect with like-minded friends, hear stories from students, teachers and volunteers who speak volumes of a community building a better future. Both programs will feature students from Moorlands Elementary, Kenmore Elementary,  Kenmore Middle School and North Creek High School as well as an address by Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid. The student expo between the two events will feature demonstrations of robots, and computer programming, art and other district wide programs.

The event is featuring two new emcee hosts this year. Brian Calvert from KOMO News and the Joy Unicorn Show, will be hosting the breakfast event. Jake Whittenberg, a Northshore parent and King 5 news anchor, will be hosting the luncheon event.  

“This event is such an uplifting experience that showcases how our community comes together to help ensure our children are able to achieve and look forward to school every day,” exclaims Carmin Dalziel, NSDF Executive Director.
The Northshore Schools Foundation raises funds and builds community partnerships to maximize the educational successes for all Northshore students. Our mission is to align with, support, and enhance the District’s priorities for student learning.

For more information,  please visit NorthshoreSchoolsFoundation.org 

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