Tuesday, January 13, 2015 11:36 AM
The eighth-grade basketball team from Our Lady of Fatima (3301 W. Dravus St.) won the Knights of Columbus holiday tournament.
  • Registration is now open for the spring season of youth girls’ lacrosse. 
  • The Queen Anne Community Council’s Land Use Review Committee will dedicate its next meeting to a discussion about the new Interagency Recovery High School
  • No backyard for  the kids? No problem

    Did you know you could now block off your street so your kids can play? The City of Seattle rolled out its new Play Streets program last spring.

     
  • OLF eighth-grade team wins basketball tournament
    The eighth-grade basketball team from Our Lady of Fatima (3301 W. Dravus St.) won the Knights of Columbus holiday tournament. 
  • Each year, hundreds of students ages 14 to 16 have the opportunity to participate in the Washington state Senate page program.

     
  • A tough decision for some students:  Lunch or recess?
    Luc Robbins, a third-grade student who attends a Seattle elementary school, often returns home with a lunch box of largely uneaten food.
     
  • Interactive event celebrates Human Rights Day
    On Dec. 9, Queen Anne’s Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) group, sponsored by the Church of Scientology, celebrated the U.N.’s Human Rights Day at a community open house at the church’s headquarters.  
  • United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) is hosting an open house for its new ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) preschool on Friday, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m. to noon at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. 
  • HEALTHY TODAY | Concussions
    While football gets a lot of attention for concussions, the truth is concussions can occur in any sport or physical activity and may be more common than we think.  
  • John Hay Elementary School principal Kari Hanson has accepted the interim position of director of School-Based Special Education Services, effective Nov. 24.  
  • Team Blackout wins championship
    Queen Anne’s own Team Blackout, coached by Dave Petersen, won Seattle Parks and Recreation’s 2014 8- and 9-year-old Flag Football championship title, defeating a strong Alki team on Nov. 15. 
  • Seattle Swedish Community Scholarships (SSCS) has awarded six King County award recipients for 2014: Sophia Wagner, Sophia Knudson, Alisha Meherally, Hang Bui, Eric Xu and Caitlin Chinn. 
  • Queen Anne’s Hashim M. Mehter received a Master of Science in Health Services Research degree from Boston University in September.
     
  • UPDATE: Seattle Public Schools (SPS) announced today (Tuesday, Dec. 2) that the meeting regarding the Interagency sobriety school next to John Hay Elementary School will be back in the John Hay cafeteria (201 Garfield St.) at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 10.  
  • QA Troop 70 building leaders
    For 93 years, Boy Scout Troop 70, the oldest troop in the Seattle area, has been shaping Queen Anne citizens through service to the community and by taking part in outdoor adventures such as hiking, biking, camping and sailing. 
  • On Wednesday, Nov. 19, John Hay staff released a letter in full support of Interagency Recovery School. The letter has been published on Queen Anne Elementary School’s website. 
  • John Hay Elementary School principal Kari Hanson has accepted the interim position of director of School-Based Special Education Services, effective Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. 
  • Interbay Eagles win championship
    The Interbay Eagles youth football team from Magnolia and Queen Anne won its first championship in its 10-year history.
     
  • Community members are invited to attend the first in a series of community workshops to gather input about the redesign of the Lawton Elementary School playground.
     
  • Senior Ali Martin scored in the 12th minute and converted the first shootout penalty kick for Queen Anne-based Seattle Pacific University, which lead to a tie in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer championship game. 

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