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  • Light A Fire for Learning Luncheon – Now is All in for Kids Luncheon 

    It is mid-winter break here in Northshore and that means that our annual luncheon is only seven weeks away! We are so very excited! You may have seen that we have officially changed the name from the Light a Fire for learning luncheon to the …

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  • NSD Hosts Career and College Readiness Fair for students.

    NSD Hosts Career and College Readiness Fair for students. On February 11 in the Northshore School District held its annual career and college readiness fair. These programs connect students with the careers of their choice in industries that are growing in our community. Students who …

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  • Good Heart, Good Health: Why Charitable Givers Are Often Healthier

    When it comes to charitable giving, a growing body of research highlights the correlation between generosity and positive health outcomes, like stress-reduction and lower blood pressure. At the same time, research has found that one way to encourage philanthropy is to increase tax subsidies for …

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  • A Legislative Update – from Senator McAuliffe about the McCleary Act.

    The state Supreme Court has ruled that our state is not meeting its constitutional duty to fully fund basic education. This ruling was a result of a lawsuit filed by the McCleary family and other concerned citizens. Consequently, the state Legislature has until 2018 to …

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  • 36,480 Students benefit from February Foundation Granting!

    With the help of 700+ families, 40 community business sponsors and Community organizations like Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and Woodinville Rotary, the educational experience of 36,480 students will be enhanced. (Some student impacted more than once.)    Northshore Schools Foundation Vice President Becky Birch …

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  • STEM Story Series

    Washington STEM’s has a new story series on teachers that are pioneering Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards in their classrooms today. Their first story features Mike Wierusz, a teacher at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, WA. Mike is a former engineer …

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  • Foundation grants $75K for students

    Foundation grants $75K for students Students in the Northshore School District are impacted by 18 Foundation funded programs during their K-12 school career, as the Foundation enters its 19th year of granting funds for innovation, curriculum enhancement and teacher training. Northshore Schools Foundation Executive Director …

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  • PROCLAMATION

    WHEREAS, the Northshore Schools Foundation exists to raise funds and build partnerships to support academic success and excellence for all Northshore students for career- and/or college-readiness at graduation, in alignment with Northshore School District priorities of: Student Achievement and Success at Grades Pre-Kindergarten-12 and Beyond, High Standards …

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  • Northshore Holiday Showcase – November 8, 9, 10

    The Northshore Holiday Showcase, a special event planned to celebrate the talent of Northshore students, is scheduled at Molbak’s during Veteran’s Day weekend with free family activities taking place from 11:00am to 2:00pm, Nov 8-10. Table decorating displays by NSD’s Event Management & Planning class …

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  • Milk Walk Taste Winners…

    Announcing Milk Walk Taste Winners!! Milk Walk was a huge success! Thank you! Country Village Shops partner with Bothell High Football and Northshore Schools Foundation to provide disadvantaged students with resources for the 2014-15 school year. More than 150 parents, community members and (future and …

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