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SAS students volunteering at 21 Acres

Congratulations to the six Northshore schools that were recently recognized by King County’s Green Schools Program for their efforts to reduce waste, recycle, and conserve energy and other resources: Moorlands and Lockwood elementaries, Northshore and Skyview middle schools, Secondary Academy for Success and Inglemoor High School.

Woodinville principal speaking at commencement ceremony

More than 1,500 students graduated from the Northshore School District in 2019. Congratulations to each graduate for their hard work and inspiration.

Student painting a koi pond with sponges and sandles

“Colorful, creative and necessary,” is how Art Teacher JoAnn Grambush described ArtSpring, an art festival designed specifically for Northshore middle and high school students who are supported by the Functional Skills & Academics (FSA) program.

Serving trays full of fresh salad

The Northshore School District will serve lunch at no charge to all children who are 18 and younger. Children do not have to be enrolled in the District to receive this benefit. The program will run from June 28 to August 16, Monday through Friday, except for July 4 and 5, at Northshore Middle School.

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