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It’s one thing to learn about geology from a book. It’s another thing to learn about it from experience.
That’s the theory behind Grand Classroom, a travel company that specializes in educational trips to the Grand Canyon and other locations, including Yellowstone, and recently, Costa Rica.
Three teachers at Eastside Catholic High School, each previously recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers as the state’s Outstanding Biology Teacher of the Year, launched a new class this fall.
The assertions regarding Rachel Carson Elementary’s traffic suggest that the Lake Washington School District and the city of Sammamish have been neglectful. But based on the city’s good working relationship with the district, the responsiveness of their designers and the visible results at the school, this suggestion seems unfair.
Introducing a new elementary school into a new location is bound to introduce more traffic. That’s inevitable. Rachel Carson Elementary School’s site provided both challenges and opportunities with regard to handling parking and traffic. It was designed on a smaller plot of land than normally used for an elementary school. Due to that challenge and the proximity of the school to Inglewood Junior High, the design features a shared bus lane that enters through Inglewood’s property, and comes into the back of the school. Most students will take the bus, and this bus traffic will not affect neighbors on 244th Avenue N.E.
I’m looking for your support in completing my Eagle Project.
My project is sponsored by Operation Homefront Washington, one of the largest non-profit organizations in the state that helps support wounded soldiers. Operation Homefront is a nonprofit organization that was founded after 9/11. Its mission is to help wounded soldiers of all branches of the military and their families.
The Rotary Club of Sammamish would like to publicly acknowledge the exceptional support from Sammamish area businesses and individuals for Rotary’s fifth annual “Challenge Race,” a community-wide activity teaming children with disabilities with able-bodied peers for downhill soapbox derby racing on Aug. 16.
I shall come straight to the point and express my concern for the safety of the local inhabitants, and most especially the children at Rachel Carson Elementary School. We have a dangerous situation that demands immediate attention.
Things are a-changin’ at IKA Sushi and Bento in Sammamish. Change in the form of James Kwak.
Kwak has been slicing and serving sushi since 1978, and his newest home is right in Sammamish at IKA. Just three weeks into his new job as chef, Kwak has already changed the menu, to feature rolls and dishes of his own creation.