Northwest NEWS

April 2, 2001

School

Leota Junior High School holds Lion Pride Night

*Leota Junior High will host its fourth annual Lion Pride Night on Wednesday, April 25, from 7 to 8:30 p.m
  

WHS PTSA

*The Woodinville High School PTSA invites community members to our next general membership meeting on Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in the WHS library.
  

Budget dollars go to UW Bothell, Cascadia

*The University of Washington's Bothell branch and Cascadia Community College were big winners in the Senate's capital budget, which passed the chamber unanimously recently.
  

Woodinville Starz bring home trophies

* Woodinville Starz cheerleaders pose with one of the two first-place trophies they won during the 2001 season.
  

New director of business and finance for Northshore

*Dick Anastasi, currently director of business services and administrator for labor relations in the Lake Washington School District has been named the new director of business and finance for Northshore School District.
  

Two seniors selected as Washington Scholars

*Two Northshore School District seniors have been selected as Washington Scholars:
  

Bothell police officer at CCC

*Cascadia Community College (CCC) has announced the arrival of Bothell Police Officer Dione Thompson as the first school resource officer (SRO) on campus.
  

Student of Month for March

*Matt Bennett, son of Terry and Martha Bennett of Woodinville, was named March Student of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of Northshore.
  

Children who love to read needed for UW study

*Puget Sound area children in the fifth and sixth grades who love to read are being sought as volunteers by University of Washington researchers trying to help other children with learning disabilities improve their reading and language skills.
  

Senior project evaluators needed

*Cedarcrest High School in Duvall is looking for adults who are interested in youth and education to serve on panels to evaluate the senior project presentations.