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Neal is principal at Spokane’s West Valley High School
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 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.”
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.
On the cusp — that’s where Sequim’s track and field squad seems to be after a solid finish to the 2014 season.
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.
Dr. Andrew Pocock is Sequim’s new dentist, after purchasing Dr. Anthony Brock’s dental office in Sequim. His first day of doing business in Sequim as “Advanta Dental” was April 20.
Barry, Cibene and Daniels lead Sequim boys, 4x400 crew leads SHS girls
In the end, it was a familiar foe that ended Sequim’s season. Needing just one more victory for their first state appearance since 2009, Sequim’s Wolves (13-8) ultimately fell just short in their bid Saturday for the West Central District’s fifth and final seed to the state 2A tourney.
Spartans score 3 second-half goals to oust No. 4 seed
Sights from the 2014 Sequim Irrigation Festival carnival on May 10.
After dropping a 3-1 decision at North Kitsap on May 7, the final day of the regular season, Sequim exacted some revenge with a 2-1 win against the Vikings on the same field in the Olympic League's seeding tournament semifinal Monday.
In the end, the subtle difference between the words “may” and “shall” could cost school districts across Washington millions of dollars.
Members of the Sequim and Port Angeles High School fastpitch teams joined community members for a “Pink Up” photo Monday evening in Sequim to help promote cancer awareness.
‘Meowgaritas and Mutts’ event furthers efforts for new animal shelter
The visiting Sequim Wolves took any mystery out of their Olympic League game at Kingston early.
If, like me, you’re a Seattle Mariners fan, you’re probably looking for a bit of good news right now. After watching the hapless and (nearly) hitless Seattle nine skunk their way to a seven-game losing streak recently, I’m about to give up … so I can’t be the bearer of any good report.
Defrauders also targeting victims with PUD telephone scams, IRS claims
It’s a little late in coming, but kudos go to Attorney General Bob Ferguson, whose bill to strengthen Washington state’s open government laws by requiring training for public officials was signed into law on March 27 by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Sequim High senior Sarah Hutchison set a new meet record in the pole vault (10 feet) and teammate Josh Cibene took first in the same event on the boys' side as 36 SHS athletes — 20 girls and 16 boys — competed at Poulsbo's Lil' Norway Invitational on April 12.