JUNE 9, 1997

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SEPAC awards presented

   The Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) has announced the recipients of the 1996-1997 Outstanding Teacher/Educational Staff Awards. SEPAC created these awards for those who "develop partnerships between educators, families, and the community for improving special education services and enhancing educational opportunities for students with disabilities."
   The awards went to Bonnie Hamilton, elementary special ed. teacher of the year; Mary Westendorf, instructional assistant of the year; Blake Puckett, administrator of the year; Bob Whittemore, elementary teacher of the year; Jennifer Bader, secondary special ed. teacher of the year; Debbie Maloney, early childhood educator of the year; Pam Harper, support staff of the year; and Wayne Maslin, secondary teacher of the year.

Preps to be proud of

   Area swimmers competing for the Seattle Aqua Club at the Region A Synchronized Swimming Championships in Cheney included: Janelle and Jennifer Arenz of Mill Creek; Alex Barbie, Katie and Kristy Mahon, Katie Lorenz, and Bryn Thompson of Woodinville; Kirsten Leyh, Katie Erwert and Shannon Wing of Bothell; and Jenna Swalin and Julie Bordner of Kenmore.
   Teresa White, a graduating senior at Woodinville High School, has been named the recipient of the ErikStrand Award from the Seattle Swedish Community.
   Seattle Pacific University has awarded scholarships to Ashlee Rebecca Williams, Adam James Ford, Laurel Ferne Koons, and Becky Kay Weinz, all from Woodinville High School.

Host families

   Students from the Soviet Union need host families for the 1997-98 academic year. Call 827-6046.