Northwest NEWS

August 26, 2002

School

A new school year: starting off healthy

*As parents know, the beginning of a new school year requires a great deal of advance work, but there is more to it than buying new supplies and clothing.

Northshore college grads

*Woodinville: Adam James Ford, B.A. in art; Donna Ramirez Good, M.E. in educational leadership

Jenny Keaton attends leadership conference

*enny Keaton of Woodinville was selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) from July 22- Aug. 1 in Washington, D.C. The NYLC is a leadership program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit.

Schools are opening, drive carefully

*As Labor Day marks the beginning of the 2002-2003 school year, motorists are reminded to keep their eyes open and their minds alert.

Having a safe school year

*As soon as children set out for school this year, whether by bus, on foot, or otherwise, they will encounter many potential dangers, both large and small.

Rachel Scott is Wohelo recipient

*Camp Fire has announced that Rachel Scott, a junior at Cedarcrest High School, is a Wohelo recipient.