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NBE needs volunteers

North Bend Elementary needs a few parent volunteers to serve as

Web masters for the school Web page. The school also is looking for poker

chips for the school lunch program and children's undergarments and

pants for emergencies.

For more information, call the school office at (425) 831-8400.

CWU announces honor roll

Lynetta Clare of Carnation was named on Central

Washington University's 1999 summer-quarter honor roll.

Central undergraduate students who earn a 3.5 or higher grade

point average and carry at least 12 graded credit hours are eligible for the

honor roll.

Cherry Valley requests

art supplies

A collaborative mural project between local artist Daniel Cautrell

and students and staff at Cherry Valley will begin in January.

"This is a House of Learning" project will provide students with

an opportunity to create a lasting and permanent tribute to their school

and extend an element of support and inspiration to current and future

students, staff and visitors to the school.

For this project to be successful, help is needed from the

community. The artist hopes to have donations of 5/8- or 3/4-inch plywood,

photographers to document the project, and a plaque to commemorate the mural.

If you can help in any way, call Daniel Cautrell at (206) 903-1989

or Doug Pierce at (425) 788-1555.

Developmental screening

available

Childfind, a free developmental screening for children ages six

years and under, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 15 at Stillwater

Elementary.

Childfind is sponsored by Riverview School District

and Children's Services of Sno-Valley. The developmental screening provides

information for parents about a child's development in the areas of

language, cognitive and social skills, large and small muscle development, and

hearing and vision.

Parents who are concerned about their child's development in any

of these areas are encouraged to take their children to the screening.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Marilyn

Dexter at the district office at (425) 333-4611 or (425) 788-6610.

`Zak' named as volunteer of the month

Diane Zakrajsek, also known as "Zak," was recently named

as Stillwater Elementary's PTSA Volunteer of the Month for September.

Her many contributions include being the PTSA social activities

chairperson, a volunteer in her daughter's classroom, working at the

Scholastic Book Fairs and helping with other school events.

This year Zakrajsek will also be organizing the Harvest

Party/Pumpkin Carving Social, skate parties and

ice cream socials.

CHS offers SAT prep class

Cedarcrest High is offering a class to help juniors and seniors prepare

for the SAT. The class is primarily for seniors (although juniors are able to

attend) who want to take the SAT one more time before the fall college

application deadline. There will be another session for juniors who will

take the SAT in the spring.

The classes will be held at Cedarcrest High on Oct. 16, 23

and 30 from 8 a.m. to noon (verbal) and 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (math). The class

fee is $50 which is due by Oct. 20.

For more information, call Cedarcrest High at (425) 788-7116.

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