OLYMPIA, Wash. - Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law Friday afternoon that requires all public schools across the state to teach comprehensive sex education course to students starting in Kindergarten.
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Maya Hawke "struggles tremendously" with the "luck" in her life and wants to give back to others who are not so fortunate.
After a strong sophomore season, Gonzaga forward Filip Petrusev is taking strides for a successful and flourishing future.
SEATTLE, March 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- As schools close and parents lack paid leave, a national child care crisis looms. WEEKDAYS (joinweekdays.com), a technology company that matches parents with neighborhood in-home child care options, today announced the launch of "HomeSchool Pods," a program to solve the child care crisis brought on by coronavirus. Families looking for in-home child care with small class sizes are matched with teachers and other vetted child care providers in their neighborhood. All HomeCare Pods in impacted communities are maxed at three children or less due to the coronavirus.
KIRKLAND, Wash., Feb. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Kumon has been engrained in Angela Chen's life for as long as she can remember. Her parents were Kumon Instructors for more than three decades in their home country of Taiwan and owned three centers together throughout that time. Naturally, she was enrolled in the program from an early age and completed the Kumon Math Program before finishing high school. After moving to America in 2007, Angela started a family as well as her own piano lesson business, where she has been teaching students ages three through 20 ever since. Over a decade later, Angela felt her own children were grown enough for her to embark on a new Kumon Journey. Today, as the new owner and Instructor of Kumon of Kirkland - Bridle Trails, she is excited to have the same impact on her community as she experienced as a Kumon Student.
SEATTLE, Jan. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Olympic Christian School students will celebrate learning this School Choice Week by launching rockets, interacting with marine animals, and exploring galaxies at Seattle's Pacific Science Center.
Only two months into her freshman year, Cate Broerman is buying in and proving her worth for a GU women’s tennis team on the rise.
With GU women's golf earning two team tourney wins in a row, senior Jessica Mangrobang commands respect from her teammates and coaches.
In 2015 the Mormon Church changed policies regarding treating same-gender marriages as apostasy and baptism of children with same-gendered parents. This same policy was reversed on April 4, 2019.
As of next fall themed housing will be ending and the houses will be changing into just houses for GU students to rent.