Bothell, Wash. – Six Northshore students were named National Merit semifinalists. Nationally, about 16,000 students were named semifinalists this year.
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The interior of the Northshore Concert Hall located at Inglemoor High School continues to transform. Throughout August the drywall was completed in the concert hall and instructional spaces. Painting is nearly finished and furniture is being ordered. The mechanical systems have been installed and will be tested for several months to ensure they work as expected. The detailed work inside remains, which will elevate the space to a world class concert hall. These include the installation of the selected wall paneling, casework, cabinetry, doors and more.
On Sunday, Aug. 22, more than 2,000 volunteers are expected to participate in Community SERVE Day and there is still time for Northshore community members to sign up.
Eleven Northshore School District alumni, former staff and volunteers will be recognized at the Wall of Honor ceremony, which will be held at 6:00 p.m on Thursday, Aug. 12, at Pop Keeney Stadium. Recipients from 2020 and 2021 will be honored at this event.
The project team at the Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School has made significant progress both inside and outside of the building throughout the month. Lights and acoustic panels have been installed inside the building and scaffolding will be taken down this week. The elevator installation is also scheduled to be completed by the end of the month.
Inglemoor 2021 graduates Dace Roberts and Kimaya Wijeratna, as well as Woodinville 2021 graduates Benjamin Sehmel and Aria Yang, each received a college-sponsored National Merit Scholarship in July. Wijeratna and Yang received a scholarship for Tufts University, Roberts for the University of Southern California and Sehmel for the University of Utah.
The Northshore School District is excited to share the latest update on the construction of the Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School.
With more than 1,600 graduates from the Northshore School District this year, the District recognizes each students’ sacrifice, resilience and optimism in the face of adversity. As members of the Class of 2021 embark on their next chapter, the District wishes them well and is excited to see how they will contribute to the future of our local and global communities.
Woodinville High School senior Elliot Smith received a College-sponsored Merit Scholarship for the University of Southern California.
The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School continues to make notable progress. This month the framing for the large glassy entrance was installed, along with precast stairs for circulation between floors and for the grand staircase outside of the building’s entrance. The theater floor was also installed.
Northshore students who competed in the DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in April had great success.
Northshore School District middle and high school students competed virtually in the 2021 Washington state History Day Contest on May 1.
Northshore School District students competed at the state Science Olympiad and many qualified to advance to nationals. Students from comprehensive high schools across the District were represented at the event. The teams that placed first in state will advance to nationals, which takes place May 17 - 22.
Six Northshore students were recipients of this year’s Washington State Parent Teacher Association (WSPTA) Reflections awards. The program supports the arts in the Northshore School District and is sponsored by the Northshore Council PTSA.
Lockwood Elementary second grade students Lillian Anderson, Alex Doyle and Rory Rundquist, who invented “The Toothbrush of the Future” for the ExploraVision competition, the largest K-12 science competition in the world, placed first in the K-3 division at the national competition.
Inglemoor High School seniors Sofia Leotta and Sebastian Kolde were named National Merit $2,500 Scholarship winners. The 2,500 Merit Scholar designees were chosen from a talent pool of more than 16,000 outstanding finalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Northshore School District will recognize 72 Northshore students who exemplify humanitarianism through the District’s C.P. and Dorothy Johnson Humanitarian Award. The award was established in honor of two educators who dedicated their lives to improving the lives of all children in our community.
Ruby Bridges Elementary received the certificate of occupancy in April. Prior to receipt of this, all student and staff spaces were approved by the County for occupancy and the team was awaiting approval for the school’s mechanical mezzanine space.
One-hundred thirty Northshore’s middle and high school students competed virtually in the 2021 North Puget Sound Regional National History Day Contest. Students who were selected to advance will compete at the Washington State History Day Contest, which will be held virtually from April 14 - May 1.
Thirteen Northshore School District students were named National Merit Finalists. With this recognition, these students will be considered for approximately 7,600 Merit Scholarship awards, which will be awarded this spring.