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Sequim High School senior Katherine Landoni has been keeping busy the past few years. A student, mentor, tutor and athlete, she takes advanced courses at SHS, played varsity basketball as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Community Events, January 2015
On Feb. 10, 2015, the Sequim community will vote on a $49.2 million school facility bond. Last year, the district requested a $154 million bond. The community said no; it was too much and needed to be a more realistic goal. The Sequim School District leadership heard the message and pared back their request to a third of the desired need.
“So, so glad you folks are not in Paris now,” a very good friend wrote. We welcomed her warm words but strangely enough, we wished we were in Paris.
I don’t know what’s gotten into you, dear Gazette readership. Maybe it’s the uncommonly good mid-winter weather. Maybe it’s the aligning of some far off planets. More likely it’s the euphoria of watching the Seahawks pull off the most unlikely of comebacks for a return trip to the Super Bowl.
Whether we are retirees wanting to make sure our first responders are highly trained, or we are health care professionals with young families just starting out, or we are business leaders looking for a skilled work force; making sure Sequim has 21st century facilities for our children to learn in benefits us all.