Northwest NEWS

June 24, 2002


Losing a battle to cigarettes

*Sometimes a statistic is more than just an impersonal number.

Former student supports teacher who brought real life to the classroom

*Mr. Goldberg is one of those teachers who students remember as "the teacher who made learning fun." I was in Mr. Goldberg's class in the 1992-1993 school year and I have not forgotten the ways he made chemistry (a subject I did not initially enjoy) real to the students by demonstrating how chemistry affected the world around us.

Congratulations to the seniors of Cedarcrest High School

*I am especially proud of your senior projects this year. I have read many of the papers and scored several of your presentations and am impressed by your outstanding work.

Food bank is thankful for postal workers/h3>

*What a blessing you are to us. Again, you have overwhelmed us with your kindness and care for families in need. Thank you for helping us feed our families.

Life-long, real world learning makes projects valuable

*As a defender and supporter of the Cedarcrest High School Senior Project I wanted to touch briefly upon the reasons this graduation requirement is so important.

Apologies for the omission

*Since it's important for the meaning to come across, I'll appreciate your publishing the following, that includes about seventeen omitted words from the letter about the county's traffic concurrency map published June 10.

American Legion and Grange support Girls', Boys' State

*Woodinville High School junior, McKenzie Smith was recently elected governor of Girls' State, a program sponsored by the Washington State American Legion Auxiliary.

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