LocalTwin Falls students take home science fair prizes
After weeks of planning and work, students at the Twin Falls Middle School in North Bend presented their projects at the second annual science fair April 4.
Approximately 500 projects were on display, and three students from each grade received awards, according to a press release from the school’s PTSA.
Sixth-grade winners were Grace Luccio in first place, Gabi Krueger in second place and Jackson Rubin in third place. Seventh-grade winners were Emily Blankenburg in first place, Ben Huard in second place and Andrea Weaver in third place. Eighth-grade winners were Annika Laufer in first place, Teresa Eichler and Sara Panciroli in second place and Kaitlin Chow in third place.
Students were expected to follow the scientific method for a controlled investigation in their chosen topic. The science fair was supported by the school administration and the PTSA.
SportsWildcat baseball team wins KingCo 3A title
New Mount Si High School baseball head coach Zach Habben is already carving out a legacy in just his first year. The Wildcats solidified that legacy, winning a pair of matches May 9 and 10 to win Habben’s first 3A KingCo title.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better first year,” Habben said. “This team has so much talent from top to bottom.”
SchoolsSnoqualmie Valley School Board will hold focus groups about possible bond
After five failed funding measures in recent years, the Snoqualmie Valley School Board will go to the people to hear what they want in a bond measure for schools. At least, a few of the people.
The board at its May 9 meeting set the dates for two public focus groups that will look at school bond options.