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Green Lake Elementary School students make dresses for Ugandan orphans

Students at Green Lake Elementary School (2400 N 65th St) recently made dresses for orphaned Ugandan girls. The project was headed up by Kate Sipe, the school’s PE and Swimming Teacher. When Ms. Sipe’s mother passed away, she left a large collection of fabric. The dresses were made from the fabric in her honor. Trina Gadsden, Executive Director of Sister Schools, distributed the dresses to girls at an orphanage in Kampala, Uganda. “When the girls put [the dresses] on, their faces and sparkle in their eyes could light the sky, they were so happy,” Gadsden writes. You can read more about Gadsden’s visit to the orphanage here,…

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Billings Middle School celebrates 15 years

Billings Middle School (7217 Woodlawn Ave N) invites the community to BFF: Brave Face Forward, a party and variety show in celebration of the school’s 15th birthday. The event will be on Friday, May 4, 2012 at the Neptune Theatre (1303 NE 45th St). The evening’s schedule: 7:00-8:30 PM: Party Time Appetizers will be served throughout the evening. Silent Auction Tasting & Sales of the Limited-edition “Billings 15″ Wine Raffle, Wine Grab, Jugglers, and more! 8:30-10:00 PM: Variety Show Lineup Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame Nominees Ann Wilson & Ben Smith of Heart and friends will be headlining! Lelavision Luc and the Lovingtons members Local Bluegrass Band led…

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Green Lake Community Center Preschool now enrolling for fall 2012

The Green Lake Community Center Preschool (7201 E Green Lake Dr N) is now enrolling students in the fall 2012 session. The preschool serves kids aged 3-5 and has a 1:8 teacher-student ratio. The cost is $345/month and the schedule is 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Monday-Friday. The program is offered by the Associated Recreation Council (ARC), a non-profit partner of Seattle Parks and Recreation. We provide a safe, happy, healthy learning environment for children. Including daily a rich environment with learning areas, routines, large and small group activity and outdoor play. Meeting the needs of children by focusing on emotional, social, physical, and cognitive…

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3rd and 4th grade families invited to check out Billings Middle School next Tuesday evening

Billings Middle School (7217 Woodlawn Ave N) is hosting a Preview Night for 3rd and 4th grade families on Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The casual event, which will be located in the school’s West Hall, is open to the public. Billings Middle School, an independent school located in east Green Lake, serves 90-100 students in grades 6-8. Its mission is to be “a dynamic academic community intentionally focused on the unique complexities of early adolescents.” To RSVP to the Preview Night, or for more information, please contact Paula Clements at paulac [at] billingsmidleschool.org.

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Upcoming events for children at Mockingbird Books

Mockingbird Books (7220 Woodlawn Ave NE) is hosting several events this month: Children’s author Nancy Raines Day will be at the shop on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 11 a.m. She will be reading from her latest book, A is for Alliguitar. This book is sure to engage the kids! For each letter of the alphabet, this clever book of rhymes presents a cross between an animal and a musical instrument. From newtubas and mandolions to drumonkeys and pigolos, kids will have a blast during this musical safari. Zany illustrations accompany each creation. Your children will want to read this over and over again. Author and illustrator Alex…

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