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Getting more students to graduation Snoqualmie Valley District launches school year with goals for improving graduation rate By Joel Aune, Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent
Next week, we will welcome more than 6,500 students back from the summer break as the 2015-16 school year gets underway. They will be coming back to schools where principals, teachers, and support staff are doing some truly exceptional work to ensure our students enjoy a successful school experience. In fact, the level of student achievement in our schools continues to be on par with the highest performing schools in the entire state.
Community Events, September 2015
How things should work: To fix something, even a government policy, start by figuring out how it’s supposed to work
Cynicism is one of my strongest suits. It hasn’t always served me well, but it’s become a habit that I don’t often see the benefit of breaking.
There’s a saying, often misquoted and misattributed, to the effect that the news, newspapers, or journalism, take your pick, is the “first, rough draft of history.”
On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare and Medicaid into law as an amendment to the Social Security Act.
If the 2016 presidential candidate coverage has you a little disoriented, you are not alone. It’s July, 2015, more than a year from the actual election and months from the caucuses that will convene to choose nominees by party. It seems much too soon for all this campaigning.