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New Start High School May Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following New Start High School Students of the Month – a group of impressive students!

Stephen Harrison was selected by the staff to be honored as Student of the Month for April because he has good grades, his attendance record is one of the best, he excels at sports (basketball), is focused and a hard worker.  He is a junior who has only been at New Start for one session, but has already made much progress.  He comes to us from Idaho.  He made the decision to come here so that he could make a fresh start and get back on track with his grades.  He is thinking about pursuing mechanical engineering after high school, preferably at the UW where he might play basketball!

Ariana Sanchez was selected by the staff to be honored as Student of the Month for April because she is a great example to other students for how to succeed in school.  She is always on time, focused, has good grades and has learned to become an advocate for herself.  She is a sophomore who came to New Start to get more personal attention from teachers than she could get in her comprehensive high school.  She values the one-on-one help teachers give her when she needs it.  The schedule at NSHS also fits her needs better.  Her goal is to attend PSSE to earn her credential to be an interpreter.

 

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Coalition for Drug-Free Youth Newsletter and June 14 Meeting

The next and meeting for Coalition for Drug-Free Youth is on Wednesday, June 14th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Seola Gardens Community Room B (10934 4th Place SW Seattle, WA 98146).

Agenda: Reviewing the updated strategic plan

Their Coalition for Drug-Free Youth May-June Newsletter is now available.

Annual County Meeting – June 7

The Annual County Community Meeting for our area is June 7th from 7 to 9 p.m. at Seola GardensSheriff Urquhart, County Representative Joe McDermott, the Deputy County Executive and several County decision makers will be in attendance to take your questions and concerns. This is your chance to speak directly to the people who make the decisions re unincorporated North Highline.  We need a good turn-out!

White Center Library Open House – May 12

Interested in learning about some of the clubs and organizations in the White Center community? The White Center Library is holding an open house on Friday, May 12 from 3-5:30 p.m. Check it out!

Coalition for Drug-Free Youth Newsletter and Upcoming Meeting

The next meeting for Coalition for Drug-Free Youth is on Wednesday, May 10th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Seola Gardens Community Room B (10934 4th Place SW Seattle, WA 98146).

Their Coalition for Drug-Free Youth April-May newsletter is now available too.

North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting – May 4

Our community partner North Highline Unincorporated Area Council will be holding a meeting this Thursday, May 4.

When: Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 7 pm
Where: North Highline Fire Station at 1243 SW 112th Street in White Center                    (Parking and Entrance are in the Back of the Station)

Meeting Agenda
Neighborhoods Matter:  Eighth graders in the Highline School District have at higher risk of drug use than students in King County overall.  The Coalition for Drug-Free Youth addresses youth drug use by educating, inspiring and empowering us to create a healthy environment in North Highline.  Maddi Story and VeeVee Wang will introduce us to the Coalition’s “I Know What’s Right for Me” marijuana and vaping prevention campaign.

Cascade Middle School Drug & Alcohol Prevention Team Community Stewardship Award

Congratulations to the Cascade Middle School Drug & Alcohol Prevention Team for their recent Green Globe award! King County recognized the students as a “Leader in Community Stewardship” for their work at Dick Thurnau Memorial Park.

Cascade Middle School Drug & Alcohol Prevention Team

Leader in Community Stewardship: Cascade Middle School Drug & Alcohol Prevention Team

“From picking up litter to habitat restoration projects, they have done more than a dozen after-school events and are committed to making a positive impact in their community.”

Well done team!