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Woodinville team wins regional science bowl
Woodinville High School's science team was the winner at the regional championship of the National Science Bowl last week in Portland, Oregon. As the regional winner, the Woodinville team and coach will travel to Washington, D.C. from May 3-6 on an all-expenses-paid trip to compete for the title of National Science Bowl Champions. Team members are Ricky Boyes, Eric Fjellanger, Brian Snydsman, and Paul Stephano, all seniors, and Matt Brobak, a junior. Science teacher Larry Gulberg is the coach.
Preschool signups begin
Registration for the 1996-97 school year at Northshore Community Co-op Preschool in Woodinville begins Mar. 11. Parents of toddlers and preschoolers are invited to visit. The school is located at 13209 NE 175th and is affiliated with Shoreline Community College. Call 485-4860 for information.
Registration has begun for fall at the King County Park System's Gold Creek Lodge preschool in Woodinville. Classes for 2 1/2 to 4 year olds are on Tues. and Thurs. 3 1/2 to 5 year olds meet on Mon., Wed., and Fri. Times are from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. Call 296-2976 for more information.
Grant to help meet needs of special education families
A special meeting Mar. 18, 6 p.m. in the Anderson Building, Bothell, will discuss a grant from King County United Way for use in designing a program to meet the needs of special education families in the Northshore area. Specialized childcare will be provided. Northshore Youth and Family Services will provide pizza and pop for everyone. Call Greta in the Special Education Office at 489-6311 by Mar. 11 to register.
District offers tour of schools
Northshore School District is offering district residents a chance to visit Woodmoor Elementary and Northshore Junior High March 19 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. The programs at Woodmoor, the district's largest elementary school, are the most diverse, including the PACE and TAG programs. The tour of Northshore will focus on the day-to-day workings of the school. Call Kathy Gordon 489-6309 to sign up for the tour.
Auto service students recognized
Students in Northshore's Automotive Technology program were recently recognized by the Northwest Region Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Leo Little, a Woodinville High junior, won 1st place in auto maintenance and 1st in job skill demonstration; Jeff White, a WHS senior, took 1st place and Jamey Leckner, a Bothell senior, took 3rd in auto service. Chris Thornhill, a junior from Inglemoor High, won 4th place in job interview. Kevin Hackney, a BHS senior, was the 1st place finisher in action skills.
A free business-sponsored job and career fair for students will be held Mar. 9, 10-2, at Lake Washington Technical College. Up to 50 businesses will give students practical information on summer employment, internships, careers, resume writing and job interviews. Call 822-7066.