Northwest NEWS

March 27, 2000

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

With a full day, imagine what teachers could accomplish

teachersLast week, a letter stated that all-day kindergarten would require curriculum improvement, with many statements that directly contradict my experience.
  

Art and creativity are the soul of a community

ArtwalkHooray for the artwork proposal for our city's park along the Sammamish River Trail! It's about time that Woodinville shows some concern for the creative side of our town.

Family is grateful for community help

community helpMy family and I would like to thank the people who stopped to help us. There are so many people to thank--if we have forgotten anyone, please accept our deepest apology.
  

Wells Wood needs help

King County Housing AuthorityWells Wood Family Council could use your support. My council is reviewing current KCHA Housing Policy and the suggested changes very seriously.
  

College freshman remembers kindergarten

kindergartenI went through twelve years of schooling in the Northshore School District, and am now a freshman at Western Washington University. I feel it necessary to put in my two cents.
  

Writer not worried about downzoning

downzoningI went to a meeting recently where a man told the group that we would lose real estate value if our land was downzoned in the new King County Plan. I went home and thought about it.
  

There is still a community of helpers

helpersThis last week on short notice, I needed a copy machine moved for Teen Northshore. This required the strength of three off-duty local firefighters.
  

Career Day is a success

Career DayNorthshore Junior High School's 2nd Annual Career Day March 10 was a rousing success. Over 50 members of our community volunteered their time to give to our students a glimpse into their professional lives.
  

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