Northwest NEWS

June 12, 2000

School

Chrysalis HS 2000

Chrysalis High School Class of 2000

  

He boldly goes where no man or woman has gone

Cascadia Community CollegeAt the temporary admissions office across from the Seattle Times building in Bothell where he registered, Raymond Assaf learned that he was the "first student to register" at Cascadia Community College.
  

Cascadia doors to swing open soon

Cascadia Community CollegeCascadia Community College will swing its doors wide open to welcome students for the first time on Monday, Sept. 25, 2000.
  

Foundation provides support for innovative programs

Northshore Public Education FoundationSince 1995, Northshore Public Education Foundation has strived to encourage innovative teaching and creative learning, improve academic performance in local schools, expand learning opportunities, and promote community involvement.
  

Historical Museum displays early BHS graduation photos

early BHS gradsIn celebration of the graduating Bothell High School Class of 2000, the Bothell Historical Museum has put together a display of past Bothell High School graduation photographs, some from as early as 1914.
  

WHS student selected University Trustee scholar

University Trustee scholarThe University of Puget Sound recently selected Woodinville High School senior Ian Jacobson as a University of Puget Sound Trustee Scholar.
  

Future Business Leaders win awards

Future Business LeadersWoodinville High School students Adam Jackson and Candace Toth placed third in Desktop Publishing at the Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA) State Competition held in Bellevue.