This year’s Magnolia Village Trick-or-Treat will take place Friday, Oct. 30, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Children ages 6 and younger who sign up for their
first library card from The Seattle Public Library will get a free tote
bag from the Friends of The Seattle Public Library.
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant and the Coalition for the Schools
Seattle Deserves will hold a community meeting on Thursday, Sept. 10, in
support of the striking Seattle Education Association members.
It will be all fun and games when McClure Middle
School hosts its sixth-grade Family Game Night on
Wednesday, May 27.
Seattle Public Schools (SPS) has required standardized testing for years. But this spring, students in SPS, as well as in districts across the state, will take a new test, the Smarter Balanced assessment.
Lyon Terry, the 2015 Washington State Teacher of the Year, was
honored by the Washington state Senate with a resolution.
Magnolia’s Johnny Ochsner, a senior at O’Dea High School, is one of the student leaders who coordinated the “Beards for Bros” fundraising event at O’Dea. The event raised $9,100 for Seattle Children’s pediatric cancer unit.
Nicola Orlovsky served as a page in the Washington state Senate.
Family vacations produce memories for a lifetime, but they can also teach kids great money lessons they’ll need as adults.
With the start of the spring season comes the start of the new sports season. Thousands of our local youths are getting into the full swing of baseball, softball, spring soccer and many other sports this time of year.
In April and May, teens from the Magnolia neighborhood will lead drop-in weekly arts and crafts activities for children and teens in grades 4 through 12 at the Magnolia Library (2801 34th Ave. W.).