Northwest NEWS

April 2, 2001

School

Science teams to compete

*At the regional Science Olympiad, held March 17 at Everett Community College, the Woodinville High School science team took third place out of 18 teams, thus qualifying for the state tournament to be held April 7 at Eastern Washington University.
  

Leadership program teaches student to analyze, problem solve

*The Southwest Washington Homeschool Convention will take place on April 7 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  

Melody Fleet chosen Homecoming Queen finalist

*Melody Fleet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fleet of Woodinville, has been selected as a finalist for Washington's annual Homecoming Queen
  

Dance Team scores at State

*WHS Falcon Dance Team danced their way to 11th place at the Washington State High School Dance/Drill Championships in Yakima March 17.
  

Lindsey Soffes named Student of the Month

*Chrysalis School senior Lindsey Soffes was named the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month in March and recognized at the Chamber luncheon March 13.
  

DECA students are winners

*Thirty WHS students, winners of the Regional DECA competition, participated in the Washington State DECA Conference at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center March 8-10.
  

Potlatch at Bear Creek

*As a finale to studying Native American culture, fourth grade students at Bear Creek Elementary participated in a traditional Potlatch on Tuesday evening, March 13.
  

Career Fair at UWB

*The University of Washington Bothell will host its annual Career Fair from 3-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 12.
  

Bothell Parks classes

*The following classes are available from Bothell Parks and Recreation during the month of April. Registration forms may be obtained from the Web site at www.ci.bothell.wa.us, or call (425) 486-7430 for information.
  

Leota Junior High food drive benefits Hopelink

*WHS Falcon Dance Team danced their way to 11th place at the Washington State High School Dance/Drill Championships in Yakima March 17.
  

Sims honors Earth Heroes at awards ceremony

*King County Executive Ron Sims recently recognized 19 outstanding teachers, students, staff, programs and schools doing exceptional work to protect the environment at an awards ceremony at Mercer View Community Center on Mercer Island.