Northwest NEWS

April 9, 2001

School

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. The Cedarcrest Senior Project is a graduation requirement and therefore, a very important part of the students' senior year. The second term presentations are scheduled to be given the afternoon of Friday, May 25.
   The panel members meet at 10:30 a.m. for a briefing and a luncheon in the Cedarcrest Commons. The presentations will begin in the assigned rooms at noon. Each panel member should be completed with their evaluation paperwork and free to leave by 2 p.m. The panels will hear five or six presentations, each no longer than 15 minutes in length, and then the panel members will evaluate the presenting senior. During the evening, each of the products that the students have created will be available for viewing at the Senior Project Achievement Showcase in the CHS Library.
   Nearly 85 seniors will be making their presentations that day. The assistance of panel members is greatly appreciated by the seniors and staff at Cedarcrest. Those interested in being a part of this experience should call Beth Goodman at Cedarcrest High School at (425) 844-4800, ext. 3816.