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North Lakes District BSA

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
BSAThese four young men from Duvall Troop 745 have all achieved The National Medal for Outdoor Achievement which is the highest recognition that a Boy Scout can earn for exemplary achievement, experience, and skill in multiple areas of outdoor endeavor.
 
Over 200 nights camping, 200 hours hiking and 200 hours on the water, these young men love the outdoors!
 
Clayton, Quinn, Jake, and Chase, well done!

Applause 11/20/17

  • Written by Kristen Hamilton
Christy Award Winner
 
Ann Marie Stewart’s (Roetsisoender) novel "Stars in the Grass" has won the Christy Award in the New Novel Category.  She is graduated in 1979 from Inglemoor High School.
Since 1999, The Christy Awards™ have honored Christian novels of excellence, imagination, and creativity.  The award was presented on November 8th in Nashville, Tenn.
 
Soccer Champs
 
Wheaton College student Audrey Jensen of Woodinville, Washington, is a member of the Thunder women’s soccer team which recently won the 2017 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) Championship. The Thunder also won the CCIW Tournament Championship and secured an automatic bid to the 2017 NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Tournament.

Evergreen Academy™ Principal and Teacher Win National Awards

  • Written by Kristen Hamilton
Evergreen Academy Elementary School in Bothell is proud to announce that its principal and one of its teachers received national recognition by Evergreen Academy’s parent organization, Nobel Learning Communities, Inc. (NLCI). Principal Whitney Ball was named NLCI’s K-12 Principal of the Year, and educator Amy Morey received the K-12 Teacher of the Year award. The awards were formally presented to Ball and Morey at NLCI’s national principal conference in Atlantic City, N.J., last month. This is the first time a principal and teacher from the same school have received these awards in the same year.
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Improv Finals for Local HS's

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
An impressive match between Woodinville and Inglemoor High’s talented Improvisational teams took place last Monday night during the windstorm at Woodinville High School under emergency lighting. Each team enacted their unique flavor of spontaneous entertainment. It was a tightly judged match until Inglemoor’s Impulse Improv pulled ahead of Woodinville’s team with the final score: 59-51.
 
The High School Improvisational Finals (The Hogan Cup) are today (November 20th).  Bothell High School, Holy Names Academy, Inglemoor High School, and Woodinville High School have all qualified to compete.