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The new rules will minimize suspension and expulsions for minor offenses.
YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner.
The HopeFest has served 6,500 low-income or homeless people in King County.
Annual festival will gathers community through art, wine and music Sept. 7.
Denise Allan and Vlasta Hillger of Simplify Experts collaborate to help others get organized.
The MIHS class of 1958 celebrate reunion in 50s-themed drive-in and museum in Kingston.
Rev. Wayne Perryman publishes new book, ‘Is Black Anger Justified? Inspired by NFL Protests.’
Mercer Island artist shares purpose through music
MIHS students submit over 20,000 hours of community service; two seniors awarded.
Black Student Union president angered that a “white group of people can justify for a black community…and has been question[ed] on what is and is not racist.”
YES hosts suicide prevention event to equip parents with tools to support teens.
The bill would ensure families pay no more than seven percent of income toward child care
Three Wise Moms serves as a guide to life.
Caroline Fraser chronicles life of Laura Ingalls Wilder; credits MIHS teachers.
Parents turned out in force for the Bellevue School Board’s May 16 meeting, protesting a decision to use an artificial turf infill that uses questionable… Continue reading