Three boys and 10 girls in the Hip Pop program at the Queen Anne Community Center prepare for their March 27 performance. Photo by Eric Mandel
Three boys and 10 girls in the Hip Pop program at the Queen Anne Community Center prepare for their March 27 performance. Photo by Eric Mandel
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Tuesday, March 10, 2015 11:05 AM
The Hip Pop dance class has drawn attention from boys and girls alike since it grooved into Queen Anne last summer.
  • Selby serves as page in state Senate

    During the week of Feb. 16, Isaac Selby of Seattle served as a page in the Washington state Senate. Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles (D-36th District) sponsored Selby’s weeklong experience in the Legislature.

     
     
  • SCDS Chess Club wins two trophies

    The Seattle Country Day School (SCDS) Chess Club, which is looking to maintain its K-3 U-800 National Title, hosted another successful home chess tournament on Feb. 28.

     
  • Blaine families get fit

    Catharine Blaine K-8 School’s physical education department hosted a free Family Fitness Night on March 5 in the school gym.

     
     
  • Johnson pages in Olympia

    Grace Johnson, a student at Our Lady of Fatima Parish School, served as a page the week of March 10 in the Washington state House of Representatives.

     
  • Proposed bill would split school district
    Does Seattle Public Schools (SPS) adequately serve its 35,000 students? Recently, two state lawmakers said no.  
  • All high school seniors in King County are welcome to apply for seven scholarships offered through the Seattle Swedish Community Scholarship (SSCS) program. Scholarships range from $1,500 to $3,500.

     
  • Seattle Pacific University’s Suzanna Ohlsen and Aubree Callen have been voted to the All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference first team for women’s basketball.

     
     
  • Kids hip-popping to their own tunes
    The Hip Pop dance class has drawn attention from boys and girls alike since it grooved into Queen Anne last summer. 
  • State Teacher of the Year  visits Capitol with students

    Students from Seattle’s Lawton Elementary School (4000 27th Ave. W.) toured the state Capitol on Feb. 27 with their teacher, Lyon Terry, the recipient of the 2015 Washington Teacher of the Year award, and his teaching partner, Renee Hafzalla.

     
     
  • SPU’s Ohlsen named Player of the Year

    Seattle Pacific University senior point guard Suzanna Ohlsen has been named the NCAA Division II Academic All-America Player of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

     
  • Seattle Pacific University (SPU) senior Matt Borton, who registered double-doubles in two recent victories, received the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) men’s basketball Player of the Week award.

     
  • The Seattle Pacific University (SPU) Falcons are back in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament for the first time since 2011. 
  • The Seattle Pacific University (SPU) Falcons have waited until today (Friday, March 6) to join the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournaments festivities. 
  • O’Connell wins St. Anne’s Geography Bee
    St. Anne’s first-place school winner Marie O’Connell took the National Geography Test to compete at the state level. 
  • Oishi pages in Olympia

    Alex Oishi, a student at Our Lady of Fatima Parish School, recently served as a page in the Washington state House of Representatives.

     
  • Fresh off of winning their 10th Great Northwest Athletic Conference indoor track and field title on Feb. 21, the Seattle Pacific University women were named the conference’s co-Team of the Week for Feb. 23.

     
  • The Seattle Pacific University gymnasts make their final home appearance of the 2015 season on Friday, Feb. 27, against Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) rival Air Force. 
  • Seattle Public Schools and the Seattle Police Department confirmed that a man accused of luring a child in Magnolia on Wednesday, Feb. 18, was actually a contract driver hired to transport a child to school. 
  • Seattle Pacific University’s (SPU) Falcon women won their 10th Great Northwest Athletic Conference indoor track and field title on Saturday, Feb. 21.

     
  • Seattle Pacific University senior Sydney Clark achieved season-high scores in three events and the all-around during a women’s gymnastics meet at Edmundson Pavilion on Saturday, Feb. 21. 

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