Cascade High School students in Scott Loucks’ English class recently visited Seattle’s International District to crawl inside best selling author Jamie Ford’s “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.”
It’s vivid, it’s abstract and it evokes a sunny day in June! Those may have been determining factors in the selection of Mill Creek Garden Club member/artist Lyndal Kennedy’s “Sun’s Up” painting as the face of the third annual Mill Creek Garden Tour scheduled for Saturday, June 24th.
Springtime has arrived and the multitudes of Rhododendrons are blooming….. Our state flower shines in every color imaginable – but what I am here to remind you of is one old adage – flowers come and flowers go - so discover the different foliages of Rhododendrons!
FIRST robotics Team 2910 - Jack In The Bot from Henry M. Jackson High School performed with excellence on and off the field and has secured a spot in the world competition in Houston, April 19th through 23rd. They will be competing with 400 teams from 22 countries.
Over 200 students and family members attended the annual Science Investigation event at Woodside Elementary School, and parents were amazed by the high quality production that went into the student tri-board displays as well as the high-level of thinking used in proving or disproving their research questions.