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In August, we will have lived in the Valley for 40 years. Both of our children graduated from Mount Si High School and we feel fortunate to live in District 410, where the administrators and faculty take their charge seriously.
Community Events, January 2015
I believe taxpayers have an obligation to support necessary school improvements. However, we should also demand responsible spending, since we are the ones asked to bear the tax burden; in this case, $244 million.
While there are several reasons to vote “yes” for the upcoming comprehensive school bond, I would like to highlight the safety and security elements that will be funded with the passage of Proposition 1.
The Christmas spirt was alive and well in Snoqualmie Valley this holiday season, thanks to the hard work and generous donations from our citizens, community groups, businesses, schools, stores and churches. Kiwanis thanks the following groups that participated in the 2014 One Voice/Kiwanis giving tree event:
The Snoqualmie Valley School board has deliberated for the last two years over options to address the explosive growth of the Snoqualmie Valley and education needs of our next generation. In addition to that, Mount Si High School staff, students and faculty engaged in a visioning process to explore what an improved learning environment may do for students and educators. The fruits of their efforts is a comprehensive infrastructure plan in the form of a $244.4 million bond.