Congratulations to Krischanna Roberson, BSD Supervisor of Equity and Student Success, for being the recipient of The Honorable John W. Buckner Leadership Award at the 2017 National Summit for Courageous Conversations last week in Detroit, Michigan. Read More
Congratulations to Jeff Lowell, Bellevue School District’s Athletics and Activities Director, for being named Athletic Director of the Year by KingCo. Read More
Congratulations to Newport senior Malaya Medrano for being featured in Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s new Take Action Gallery. Read More
Congratulations to Newport’s boys golf team, coached by Frank Nimmo and Cooper Hatton, for being recognized in the KingCo conference with the honor of the Team Sportsmanship Award. Read More
Congratulations to the Newport, Interlake and Tillicum marching bands for their recognition at the annual Issaquah Salmon Days Parade Oct. 7. Read More
Puget Sound Business Journal named Cherry Crest Elementary 2nd in a list of the 50 Best Elementary Schools in King County for excelling at meeting the needs of its diverse student population.
Congratulations to Jessica Holloway, Phantom Lake Elementary teacher for being named the Washington Art Education Association (WAEA) 2017 Art Educator of the Year. Read More
Congratulations to Interlake’s Sagarika Samavedi and Eshika Saxena for being selected to represent Washington state at the American Junior Academy of Sciences (AJAS) convention in Austin, Texas. The convention will be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in February. Read More
Congratulations to Newport senior William Zhou, who won second place for his editorial piece, Voiceless Children, depicting decades of war and internal conflict in Cambodia at the International Photography Awards 2017 contest. The photo series tells stories of young Cambodian children deprived of expression and were taken in the province Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Congratulations to eight International School students who have been named commended students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Hanna Bi, Julia Go, Thomas Hugh, Rachel Koo, Christopher Nathman, Elisabeth Paik, Anusha Sriram, and Alexandra Williams will receive a letter of commendation from the school and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which conducts the program, presented by Principal Tara Gray. Read More