Northwest NEWS

March 19, 2001


Students urged to report suspicious behavior

*He said, "The actions [that we are taking to create a safe school environment] are not reactions to a specific incident, but rather a climate of safety is something we want to build irrespective of any singular event that may occur."

WHS cheerleaders to hold Spring Cheer Camp

*Kids in grades K-6 are invited to attend Spring Cheer Camp to be held by the Woodinville High School cheerleaders on Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

District offers Summer Traffic Safety Program

*The Northshore School District Traffic Safety Education Summer Program will be held at Inglemoor High School, 15500 Simonds Rd. NE Kenmore. Students must be 15 years old by the first day of class to participate. Classes will run from June 22 to July 20.

New classes offered by ASUW

*The ASUW Experimental College has announced forty new classes have been added to the quarterly catalog.

College information for juniors

*High school juniors may meet with representatives of Washington state community and technical colleges and public and private four-year colleges on March 29.

Northshore PTA Council offers $1,000 scholarships

*Northshore PTA Council is offering a scholarship opportunity to Northshore High School seniors. The goal of this scholarship is to assist graduating seniors who demonstrate the ability to balance and excel in both academic performance and school/community service.

Spring College Fair

*The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling will be sponsoring their third annual Spring College Fair on Sunday, April 1, at Seattle University's Connolly Center.

Ryan Matthews on UW Dean's List

*Duvall resident Ryan Matthews has been named to the quarterly Dean's List at the University of Washington, due to his high grade point average for this past quarter. Ryan, a 2000 Cedarcrest graduate, earned a 3.73 GPA for the autumn quarter.

Registration for Riverview kindergarten on April 4

*On Wednesday, April 4, from 1 to 4 p.m., Riverview School District will register and welcome new kindergarten students for the 2001-2002 school year.