Northwest NEWS

May 24, 1999

School

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French students visit Evergreen Acadamy

   Evergreen Academy, a private elementary school in Bothell, has hosted five students in grades 4 and 5 from Ombrosa Multilingual School of Lyon, France. The students are included in the regular classroom at Evergreen and participate in events during the time they are here. One fortunate student went with the 5th and 6th graders to the Olympic Park Institute for a week with fellow students. Also, the visitors experienced the Arbor Day Festival at the University of Washington, toured Boeing and Nintendo, and saw Deception Pass Park. Students were hosted by current Evergreen Acadamy families of children of the same grade level. This is the third consecutive year the group has visited Evergreen Academy.

Inglemoor student heads to Washington, D.C.

   Annie Brady, a junior at Inglemoor High School, will serve as a page in the United States Congress, House of Representatives, and live in Washington, D.C. Her application was selected by Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn and approved by the Speaker of the House.

Washington Awards for vocational excellence

   The State Legislature annually selects three students from each legislative district to receive the Washington Award for Vocational Excellence (WAVE). They are entitled to two years of tuition and fee waivers at any Washington state higher education institutions. Northshore recipients are: Rebecca Johnson, Woodinville High School; Julie Fu, Inglemoor High School; and Matt Zyskowski, Inglemoor High School.