Northwest NEWS

April 15, 2002

School

State approves 175-day calendar for NSD

*The Washington State Office of Public Instruction has approved Northshore School District's (NSD) request for a 175-day calendar for the 2002-2003 school year.
  

GET program reports record enrollment

*Washington's Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) pre-paid college tuition savings plan reports record enrollment this year, following a national trend.
  

'Spring for Learning'

*Marci is a third grader who struggles just to read picture books.ĘShe wants to improve her reading ability but she needs help.
  

Jewish Religion School holds open house

*Congregation Kol Ami Religion School will host an open house on Sunday, May 5, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
  

Intiman's 'Titus' is compelling drama

* The Intiman Theatre launches its 30th anniversary season with William Shakespeare's first tragedy, "Titus Andronicus," directed by Intiman Artistic Director, Bartlett Sher.
  

Bear Creek Elementary salutes '100 Years of Broadway'

*Bear Creek Elementary's gym was packed to capacity for "A Tribute to 100 Years of Broadway" April 9.
  

Bothell High seniors earn 'Best Delegates' award

*Two Bothell High seniors, Jordan Kline and Meagan Reed, were among eight students earning the "Best Delegate" award at the Washington State Model United Nations (WASMUN) competition at the University of Washington on April 5 and 6.
  

TJH Builders Club installed

*The Builders Club of Timbercrest Junior High (TJH) will be installed as an official chapter by Woodinville Kiwanis