Northwest NEWS

April 19, 1999

School

More school news

Lion Pride returns

   All Leota Junior High students, families, and incoming sixth graders and their families are invited to Lion Pride Night on Wednesday, April 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. From 6 to 7 p.m., pizza by the slice ($1), pop ($.50), and cookies ($.25) will be available in the cafeteria. At 7 p.m., guests are invited to view student projects and work throughout the school. Student musicians, singers, and thespians will also present their talents. For information on the event, call 402-5400.

New principal named for Canyon Park Junior High

   Roy Adler, currently principal at Chinook Middle School in the Highline School District, has been named principal of Canyon Park Junior High, effective July 1, 1999. He replaces Glen Bowser, who is retiring from the Northshore School District after 30 years of service in education, 23 of those in Northshore. Mr. Adler has 22 years of education experience in Washington, five as a special education teacher, three as a middle school assistant principal, and 14 as a middle school principal. He lives in Redmond with his wife and three children.

New trustee at Cascadia CC

   Mark A. Wolfram is the newest trustee for Cascadia Community College. Wolfram was appointed by Governor Locke and approved by the Washington State Senate for a five-year term. Other Board of Trustees are Dianne Campbell from Redmond; Gloria Mitchell, Bothell; Dennis Stefani, Carnation; and Roger Yockey, Woodinville.