Ash Apollon, a key figure in Peninsula College’s men’s team championship in 2013, will forgo his sophomore season at P.C. after signing with Bangkok FC of the Thailand Premier League.
Elise Beuke is a kind of lone Wolf. And frankly, she’s OK with that. A self-described athletic, artistic and spiritual person, the 17-year-old Sequim High School student finds a kind of symbiosis out on the water in a rowing shell.
Sequim Education Foundation’s Exploring Engineering Day at Helen Haller Elementary School on June 7 saw more than 200 youths participate in problem-solving workshops with an engineering focus. The activities were from the PBS show, “Design Squad Nation.”
My thoughts turn to those Sequim students earning their diplomas in coming days and weeks, whether it be here in Sequim or Peninsula College in Port Angeles or at some other institution of higher knowledge across the country.
Sequim School District administrator Randy Hill and daughter JoNell thanked representatives of Sequim High School’s Winter Wishes group — Mikayla Simonson, Vianey Cadenas and Lisa Radford — as he presentsed them with a treasured item: an American flag from his son on June 2.
In the days and weeks following sound defeat of a $154 million capital construction bond that would have built a new elementary school and a massive remodel of Sequim’s lone high school, community members have had the ear of Sequim schools superintendent Kelly Shea.