Northwest NEWS

November 23, 1998

School

Woodmoor's Colleran named PE teacher of the year

PE teacher Renee Colleran, physical education teacher at Woodmoor Elementary, has been named the Elementary School Physical Educator of the Year by the Washington Alliance For Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (WAHPERD).

Ted Christiansen named president-elect by WMEA

president-elect Ted Christensen, director of bands and orchestra at Inglemoor High School, has been named president-elect of the Washington Music Educators Association.

Scout collects school supplies for food bank

Maltby Food Bank Kyle Miller, a 13-year-old Boy Scout, approached Fran Walster, Maltby Food Bank director, this summer about collecting school supplies for the Maltby Food Bank children.

Wells Fargo grant benefits disadvantaged students

Wells Fargo grant Wells Fargo is donating $5,000 to the Northshore Public Education Foundation, which will use the funds to support its Innovative Teaching Grant Program for economically disadvantaged students.

Cottage Lake honors vets

Wells Fargo grant Corey Kamarainen, a Cottage Lake Elementary sixth-grader, sets a notecard denoting one of the 1,050 from Washington state who lost their lives in the Vietnam War during recent Veteran's Day observances. Take a look.

Northshore Graduates

Northshore Graduates



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