Northwest NEWS

June 24, 2002


Science demos ignite controversy

*Last April, Woodinville Fire Marshall Joel Kuhnhenn visited the classroom of Woodinville High School chemistry teacher Larry Gulberg.

NJH gym named after teacher

*The gymnasium at Northshore Junior HIgh has been renamed Keith A. Dalluge Gymnasium in honor of retiring Physical Education teacher and coach Keith Dalluge.

Otteson High School Class of 2002

*The following Northshore students graduated from Otteson High School on June 12. Otteson is located on the campus of Lake Washington Technical College.

Northshore college graduates

*Christopher Murray (WHS Class of 1998) recently graduated with honors from the University of Washington with a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy and political science.

WHS grad serving as intern in D.C.

*Sean Kellogg, a 1999 Woodinville High graduate and upcoming senior at the University of Washington, is spending the summer as an intern in Washington, D.C. for Rep. James A. McDermott.

Riverview School Board report

*At the Riverview School Board Meeting June 11, there was a public hearing concerning the Flash program and a letter was read praising the board for moving so swiftly to make changes in the way the program is taught.

Valley View writer to teach at Lake Washington Voc-Tech

*Karen Waddington, a Duvall resident and reporter for the Valley View, will be teaching business writing classes at Lake Washington Voc-Tech School.

Tolt's 5th grade Transition Night a success

*Tolt Middle School's annual 5th grade Transition Night, held on June 6, was a huge success. Over 200 Riverview 5th graders attended this fun and informative event from 4:15 to 8:15 p.m. and learned a lot of new things about their future school.