April 20, 1998


Leota students place 1,2,3 in art contest

  A Leota Junior High student's artwork on how to end hatred and vices not only won a contest but will be shared with Puget Sound residents.

New principal is selected for Woodinville High School

  The new principal is no stranger to the Northshore School District.

Bear Creek Elementary celebrates art of writing

  See Cheryl Hadley from the Woodinville Library as she talks to 4th graders in Mr. DeMeo's class about the history of writing.

Local student is finalist in state geography bee

  For his efforts, this finalist received a medal and gifts from National Geographic and Sylvan Learning Centers, co-sponsors of the event.

Homeschool programs

  There will be homeschool programs for spring at the Kirkland Boys and Girls Club.

Northshore students shine in statewide math contest

  Recently, 1,840 fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders descended on Blaine, WA to compete in the Washington State Middle School Math Championship. Find out the results.

School district staff and supporters win Woodring Awards

  These people have made significant contributions to the improvement of education at the school, district, or state level.