Northwest NEWS

April 8, 2002

School

Students work to defuse violence

*Northshore residents were shocked and saddened by the random act of violence that resulted in serious injuries for Inglemoor High School senior Sean Machak.
  

Local student attends conference

*Lifelines
  

Northshore students advance to National Reflections

*Three entries from Northshore School District won first place in their individual categories in the Washington State Reflections competition and will now advance to the National Reflections competition.
  

NSD names elementary principals

*Jill Crivello and Karol Pulliam have been selected as principals at Woodin Elementary and Cottage Lake Elementary, respectively, effective July 1, 2002.
  

It's 'very cool to be kind' at Leota

* Debbie Walter sat knees-to-chest in the corner of the restroom at Bellevue Skate King. Tears rolled down her face in a steady stream.
  

Scouts build bridges

*Girl Scouts from troops 1044 (Hollywood Hill Elementary and Leota Junior High) and 1227 (Eastridge Elementary) recently participated in a Tiny Truss bridge building contest.
  

Northshore seniors named Washington Scholars

*Four Northshore School District seniors have been selected as Washington Scholars. They are: