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AUGUST 20, 2013

How to get children excited about the new school year (StatePoint) In a perfect world, all children would be enthusiastic about starting a new school year. But in the real world, some children will be reluctant, nervous or annoyed about exchanging their summer fun for the classroom. How do parents get children motivated about going back to school? While parents can’t dole out pep talks during the school day, they can take steps at home to get children excited about school all year long: Set an Example Off to work? If a parent acts grumpy about the day ahead, children will take cues from the parent. Over breakfast parents should be positive and upbeat. If children have apprehensions about school, their friends or after school activities, parents should talk to them in a constructive way about what’s bothering them. At dinner, parents need to remember to check in with children again. Parents can tell children what they did at work that day and ask the children about what they learned. Make Schoolwork Fun Cool school supplies can inspire children to stay organized and motivated. Colorful and cheerful designs and personalized back to school supplies can give children a sense of ownership and pride over their school work. For example, MyChronicleBooks creates folders, journals, spiral notebooks and even stickers that can be customized with names and school subjects. To foster after school learning, thinking, doodling and dreaming, consider personalized journals. Go the Extra Mile Encourage children to do more than just

go to school and come home. It’s in their art classes, on the basketball court and playing in the concert band where they will discover their talents and interests they didn’t know they have. Extracurricular and after school activities provide a great social outlet for children and are where some of the best memories of school days are made. If the school doesn’t

have programs that interest a child, parents can investigate other classes, teams and activities offered locally. Customize Lunch Add a little flair to lunch room drudgery. Remember to always pack a favorite snack or dessert to give children something to look forward to midday. From pirates and princesses to dinosaurs

and trains, ditch the paper bag in favor of a lunch box featuring the child’s interests. Personalizing the lunch box with their names can help prevent lost lunch mishaps. More information can be found at MyChronicleBooks.com. From brighter moods to better grades, getting children excited about the school year will have positive consequences.

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Advertiser’s Index Benton REA ______________________________ 15 Personalized school supplies can give children a sense of ownership and pride.

Community Dental Care & Orthodontics ________ 21 Fred’s Barber Shop ________________________ 23 Grandview School District ___________________ 20

Sunnyside school bell times for 2013-14 Sunnyside High School 7:50 a.m. - 2:25 p.m. Sierra Vista Middle School 7:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. p.m.

Harrison Middle School 7:45 a.m. - 2:15

Washington Elementary 9:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. Outlook Elementary 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Sun Valley Elementary 8:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Learning Land Express Child Care & Preschool ___ 19 Les Schwab Tires ___________________________ 9 Lower Valley Credit Union ___________________ 20 Mid Valley Mall ____________________________ 16 PMH Medical Center ________________________ 24

Chief Kamiakin Elementary 9:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. Pioneer Elementary 9:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.

Heritage University ________________________ 17

Sunnyside Community Hospital & Clinics________ 16 Sunnyside Physical Therapy Services __________ 23 Sunnyside School District ____________________ 8 Sunny Smile Orthodontics ____________________ 5 Swofford & Halma Clinic _____________________ 7

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First day of school Aug. 28 in G’view GRANDVIEW – The Grandview School District will open its doors for the start of the 2013-14 school year on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Each of the schools has its own bell schedule. Smith Elementary School Students attending Smith Elementary School will begin the day at 8:35 a.m. Monday through Friday. The end of the school day will be at 3:05 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and at 12:50 p.m. on Fridays. McClure Elementary School McClure Elementary School students must be in class no later than 8:45 a.m. Monday through Friday. They will be released from school at 3:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Fridays the final bell will sound at 1 p.m. Harriet Thompson Elementary School The beginning of the school day will be at 8:55 a.m. for students attending Harriet

Thompson Elementary School. Monday through Thursday students will be in class until 3:25 p.m. On Fridays the students will be released at 1:10 p.m. Grandview Middle School Grandview youngsters attending Grandview Middle School will be in class from 7:40 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, the students will be excused from classes at 11:45 p.m. Grandview and Compass high schools All high school students attending both Grandview and Compass high schools are expected to be in their first period classrooms beginning at 7:45 a.m. Monday through Friday. The end of the day will be marked by a bell at 2:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, GHS students will be released from their final period classrooms at 11:32 a.m. Students at Compass High School will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. on Fridays.

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Sunnyside School District dates Aug. 27: First day of school! Sep. 2: No school- Labor Day Sep. 20: No school- inservice Oct. 18: No school- inservice Nov. 7-8: No school- conferences Nov. 11: No school- Veterans Day Nov. 27-29: No school- Thanksgiving Dec. 23-Jan. 3: Winter break Jan. 20: No school- MLK Jr. Day Jan. 31: No school- inservice

Soccer champion Christie Rampone with daughters Reece and Rylie.

Five germ-fighting tips to keep children healthy this school year (StatePoint) School is a great place to learn, play and make friends. Unfortunately it’s also a great place for germs to get very well acquainted - with children! With 20 to 30 kids in a classroom and even more on the playground, it’s hard to avoid the germs that cause such illnesses as colds, flus and more. Three-time Gold Medalist, wife and busy mom of two, Christie Rampone knows the importance of good health. As captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team, she travels more than 200 days a year, often with her young children in tow. So stress, fatigue and staying healthy are daily battles. Since days off are not an option for Rampone. She is offering five “stay healthy” tips that parents can follow all school year long: - Eat healthy: It’s no secret, a balanced diet is key for a healthy immune system. By focusing on a variety of fruits and veg-

etables and avoiding processed foods and sugary snacks, families will get the nutrition they need to fight off germs during the school year. “Some of my favorite healthy snacks are carrots, celery and apples. They are easy to pack and extremely nutritious,” says Rampone. “The trick is to create variety, because kids tend to grow tired of the same things quickly.” - Get plenty of exercise: Frequent, moderate exercise is important for good health and strong immunity. On a daily basis, encourage kids to play sports, run, bike ride or dance, all to keep their bodies fit, hearts pumping strong and minds happy. Better yet, parents should join in on the fun. - Sleep at least seven hours a night: Sleep is crucial to good health, both mentally and physically. A recent study showed that when a person gets see “Germ-fighting” page 5

Feb. 14: No school- Winter break Feb. 17: No school- Presidents Day Mar. 7: No school- inservice Mar. 27-28: No school- conferences Mar. 31-Apr. 4: Spring break May 16: No school- inservice May 26: No school- Memorial Day June 6: Graduation June 10: Last day of school

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New Outlook Elementary School administrator has positive outlook on coming school year by Jennie McGhan

It’s going to be a change in culture for Sunnyside High School English teacher Gabe Darbyson when the 2013-14 school year begins. That’s because he will be performing the duties as the new assistant principal at Outlook Elementary School. “I’m excited…we’re talking about a lot of things I’ve learned at Gonzaga and will be putting a lot of my experience and knowledge into action,” said Darbyson. Darbyson has been teaching at SHS for 12 years. He said with the changes that have taken place at the high school during the past few years he has taken on greater leadership roles. “I found myself helping my peers more,” he said, noting he has always embraced opportunities to serve as a leader. As an assistant principal at Outlook Elementary School, he said the new challenge of helping teachers meet the goal of student achievement is something he is

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Gabe Darbyson is Outlook Elementary School’s new assistant principal. He has worked as an English teacher for the past 12 years at Sunnyside High School.

looking forward to. “As a teacher, you are always concerned about how you can help students…this will provide me the ability to help teachers help their students,” said Darbyson. He said he took advantage of the opportunity to earn an administrative degree through the partnership the Sunnyside School District has developed with Gonzaga University and Dr. Chuck Salina. “I want to provide support and service to staff in an administrative role,” said Darbyson. “Serving my peers helps provide positive changes for students,” he said. Darbyson said it is important to serve and support other staff members, whether those staff members are educators or support staff. “Everyone has an important role in the educational process,” he said. Darbyson said he spent time as an intern at Outlook Elementary School during the 2012-13 school year and was sometimes called upon to fill in when the school’s principal, Maria Hernandez, or its former assistant principal, Brandon Pontius, were away. “I really started to build relationships with staff and learned the culture,” Darbyson said of serving as a substitute administrator. He said building upon those experiences in the coming year will be a primary focus. “It’s rare for an administrator to

have such an opportunity.” Darbyson said he has been in contact with Hernandez in preparation for the coming school year. “I’m learning the finer things about being an administrator and she is great,” he said of Hernandez’s ability to help him better understand the role he is taking on. Darbyson said his ability to stay within the district that he has been in for more than a decade is also unique. He admits there will be some adjustments because elementary school students and high school students are different from one another. “But, it’s about the relationships…teaching is teaching.” Darbyson also admits that he will miss the high school students with whom he is familiar. “It’s kind of a weird feeling when you’ve done something for so long.” But, he said he’s received a lot of support from longtime community members, especially those whose histories are attached to Outlook Elementary School. “It’s very humbling because I’ve learned there is a deep-rooted past at Outlook,” said Darbyson. “I am looking forward to the new challenges of the job…it’s terribly exciting and I am feeling the buzz of anticipation as the school year approaches.” - Jennie McGhan can be contacted at 509837-4500, or email JMcGhan@DailySunNews.com

Immunizations can save your child’s life You want to do what is best for your children. You know about the importance of car seats, baby gates and other ways to keep them safe. But, did you know that one of the best ways to protect your children is to make sure they have all of their vaccinations? Immunizations can save your child’s life, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials. Because of advances in medical science, children can be protected against more diseases than ever before. Some diseases that once injured or killed thousands of children have been eliminated completely and others are close to extinction primarily due to safe and effective vaccines. One example of the great impact that vaccines can have is the elimination of polio in the United States. Polio was once America’s mostfeared disease, causing death and paralysis across the country. But

today, thanks to vaccinations, there are no reports of polio in the United States. Vaccination is very safe and effective. Vaccines are only given to children after a long and careful review by scientists, doctors and health care professionals. Vaccines will involve some discomfort and may cause pain, redness or tenderness at the site of injection but this is minimal compared to the pain, discomfort and trauma of the diseases these vaccines prevent. Serious side effects following vaccination, such as severe allergic reaction, are very rare. The disease-prevention benefits of getting vaccines are much greater than the possible side effects for almost all children. Immunization protects others you care about. Children in the U.S. still get vaccine-preventable diseases. In fact, there have been resurgences of measles and whooping cough (pertussis) over the past few years.

From January through July 2013, more than 11,000 cases of whooping cough were reported, with cases in every state. Last year was a record year, with more than 41,000 cases reported, the most since 1955. CDC officials say there were also 18 deaths reported in 2012, most of which were among babies younger than 3 months old. Unfortunately, some babies are too young to be completely vaccinated and some people may not be able to receive certain vaccinations due to severe allergies, weakened immune systems from conditions like leukemia, or other reasons. To help keep them safe, it is important that those who are able to get vaccinated are fully immunized. This not only protects families, but also helps prevent the spread of these diseases to friends and loved ones. Immunizations can save your family time and money. A child with a vaccine-preventable disease can be denied attendance at schools

or daycare facilities. Some vaccinepreventable diseases can result in prolonged disabilities and can take a financial toll because of lost time at work, medical bills or long-term disability care. In contrast, getting vaccinated against these diseases is a good investment and usually covered

by insurance. The “Vaccines for Children” program is a federally funded program that provides vaccines at no cost to children from low-income families. To find out more about the program, visit http:// www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/ vfc/ or ask your child’s health care professional.

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Parent/teacher relationships matter (StatePoint) Children are mom and dad’s top priority and parents want to give them every advantage in the world to succeed. But with all the time kids spend at school, parents cannot do it alone. That’s why it’s important for the most influential adults in a child’s life to team up on a common goal. Parents should cultivate relationships with their child’s teacher early, so they can work together toward the child’s success. There are several ways for parents to build a relationship with their kid’s teacher. Introduce Yourself Don’t wait until there is a problem before meeting the teacher. Parents should introduce themselves to the teacher as soon as possible - ideally before the stresses of the school year are in full swing. It doesn’t have to be a long conversation - just one to let the teacher know who the parents are and that the parents are interested in their child’s education. Show Appreciation All kids and their parents have a teacher they admire and want to thank. Taking a few minutes to share these sentiments is important and can be easy. For example, Cheerios has a new “Send Cheer to Teachers” program that makes it simple to thank favorite teachers. Parents can show gratitude, support and appreciation by simply cutting a special postcard for teachers from specially-marked boxes of Cheerios cereal, writing a personal message and sharing a short note of thanks.

A few kind words can go a long way. Spend Time In today’s economy, many schools are stretched thin for resources. School systems are increasing class sizes and slashing budgets. Parents who have time can offer to help out. Whether it is chaperoning school trips, preparing items for a fundraiser or just donating old books to the classroom, this kindness will go a long way toward solidifying the parent-teacher relationship. Help with Supplies Teachers spend on average $398 of their own money on supplies and resources, and 92 percent of teachers use their own money to provide supplies for their students, according to the National School Supply and Equipment Association. Through a General Mills program called Box Tops for Education, parents can earn cash for their kid’s school by clipping Box Tops coupons from participating products. In addition, from August to October parents can enter the unique code from inside specially-marked Cheer-card Cheerios boxes online to earn one bonus eBoxTops credit for their child’s school. And through a new Cheerios Send Cheer to Teachers sweepstakes, parents can enter for a chance to win a $20,000 prize package or one of four $5,000 prize packages made up of bonus Box Tops and supplies for their child’s school. Complete details and rules can be found

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Parents should not be afraid to establish a relationship with their child’s teachers. Parents getting involved in a child’s education in a positive way can help the child to succeed. at www.btfe.com/sendcheer. Getting to know their teachers is the best way to take an interest in children’s

education. Even when they aren’t around, parents can make a difference in the classroom.

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Back-to-school season is here. It’s time for parents to gather school supplies and backpacks. It’s also the perfect time to make sure kids are up-to-date on their vaccines. Getting children all of the vaccines recommended by Center for Disease Control’s immunization schedule is one of the most important things parents can do to protect their children’s health - and that of classmates and the community. Most schools require children to be current on vaccinations before enrolling to protect the health of all students. Today’s childhood vaccines protect against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, including polio, measles, whooping cough and chickenpox. “Thanks to vaccines, most of these diseases have become rare in the United States,” said Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “But many still exist here, and they can make children very sick, leading to many days of missed school, missed work for parents, and even hospitalization and death.” In 2011, there were more than 200 cases of measles reported in the U.S. In 2010,

about 27,550 cases of whooping cough (pertussis) were reported, and 25 people died from the disease. “Without vaccines, these numbers would be much, much higher,” Schuchat said. “That’s why kids still need vaccines.” When children are not vaccinated, they are at increased risk of disease and can spread diseases to others in their classrooms and community - including babies who are too young to be fully vaccinated, and people with weakened immune systems due to cancer and other health conditions. School age children need vaccines. For example, kids who are 4 to 6 years old are due for boosters of four vaccines: DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis), chickenpox, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and polio. Older children, like pre-teens and teens, need Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), HPV (human papillomavirus) and MCV (meningococcal conjugate virus) vaccines. In addition, yearly flu vaccines are recommended for all children 6 months and older. Check with your child’s doctor to find out what vaccines they need this year. Parents can find out more about the recommended immunization schedule at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents

less than seven hours sleep at night, they are three times more likely to come down with a cold or flu. - Take supplements as needed: Government recommendations call for five to eight servings of fruits and vegetables a day. But how many people really get them? To help fill the gaps, look for nutritional supplements supported by published clinical research. Rampone, who has battled Lyme disease, which wreaks havoc on the immune system, has been using such supplements for

herself and her entire family. - Don’t forget about parents: As a parent, the first priority is usually the kids. But parents also need to make sure that they take care of themselves too, especially during the chaotic school and work week. Parents should make sure they drink enough water and get a few minutes each day to relax and recharge their immune battery. While people can’t avoid germs, they can take steps to strengthen their family’s immunity and overall health.

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Preparing for college entrance exams (StatePoint) From brushing up on interview skills to honing the perfect essay, the college admissions process seems to become more complicated every year. While students in the past may have prepared for one standardized admissions test, now some experts advise taking both the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and the American College Test (ACT). “The ACT may have once played second fiddle to the SAT. But the test is gaining momentum and popularity with college admissions officers,” said Chris Arp, a tutor at Veritas Tutors and Test Prep and author of a new test-prep study guide. While the SAT was designed to judge a student’s ability to reason, the ACT was designed to determine a student’s knowledge of the basic high school curriculum. Arp, who wrote “Up Your Score ACT” in conjunction with three students with perfect ACT scores, offers these tips to test-takers: - Students should take a practice test of both the SAT and the ACT, timed, in a setting that allows concentration for three-plus hours. If a student scores much higher on one, then they should take that test. If the scores are similar, Arp said to consider this: “Which test made you want to pull out a smaller per-

centage of your hair?” - Students need to make a manageable schedule, breaking preparation into chunks. The actual test is long, so building endurance is crucial. Arp suggests ramping up practice sessions until the student can take the whole test in one sitting. - Practice makes perfect. Students should take several practice tests at home and learn from both successes and mistakes. Students can take the ACT up to 12 times if needed. And unlike the SAT, students can choose which scores are sent to colleges. - “When it comes to math, don’t sell yourself short,” said Arp. “Saying you don’t understand math is a cop-out. If you can’t solve a math problem, it’s because you have either forgotten or never learned the concepts involved.” - On the reading section of college entrance exams, check outside knowledge at the door. Students are being tested on what a passage says, not on what they already know. - Picking battles can help students make the most of limited time. For example, in the case of the ACT’s science reasoning test, glancing at a passage before diving into it can help a student decide whether to spend time on it now or later.

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Experts suggest taking both the SAT and the ACT college admission tests or concentrating on the test a student can handle better based on practice tests. - To avoid post-test stress, Arp suggests not discussing the answers with friends. Instead, students should take a few days to relax and have fun.

Both the SAT and ACT are accepted by every college in America. So if a student is stressed out by the SAT, they should consider taking a different route.

Teaching children about money can build math and life skills (StatePoint) From keeping track of an allowance to learning basic budgeting skills, teaching children about money can help them improve their math abilities and develop important life skills. While parents may feel inclined to shield children from certain realities of adulthood, personal finance experts say that learning money management early can play a key role in a healthy financial future. “Learning to add dollars and cents might come from school, but money values come from home,” said Hitha Prabhakar, personal finance expert at Mint.com, an online tool for tracking finances. To help parents help their children learn the important life skill of money management, Mint.com offers these tips: Establish needs vs. wants While a young child might have trouble understanding that he or she doesn’t need a toy, distinguishing wants and needs becomes clearer as children get older. The store can be a good place to emphasize the difference. For example, while at the supermarket, show a child a box of cookies and explain that people don’t need it to survive, but might want it because they enjoy the taste. The big picture While children might see adults spend money at the store, they probably don’t see those same adults save or invest it. So cover all the bases, including saving, bills and budgeting. Demonstrate how budgeting works by placing a dollar’s worth of change on the table. Use three dimes to show children that 30 percent of each dollar goes toward the mortgage. Use two nickels to show them that 10

percent of every dollar goes toward retirement, and so on. Allowance Some parents don’t like the idea of giving children money, but paying children when they do chores lets them see that money and work are connected. Parents might notice that when children work for their allowance, they’re a little more entrepreneurial. There are several tools that can help children manage their earnings. For example, Quicken or Mint.com, a free online and mobile tool, lets users see where their money is going on a daily basis. Debt and credit Don’t skip lessons on debt and credit. Everyone needs to understand how borrowing money works. Demonstrate how interest works by loaning children a small amount of money with a 5 percent interest charge. After they’ve repaid the loan, compare the amount they paid back versus the amount they originally borrowed. Let them be The goal is to end up with children who are financially savvy, so don’t micromanage their finances. It’s tough, but parents have to let children set their own goals and in some cases, make their own mistakes. Parents need to know when to step in and provide assistance, but remember that children will better enjoy learning about money if they make their own decisions. The bottom line is that money management shouldn’t feel like a chore, but an essential part of the way we live. Start early to set children on a financially savvy path for life.

School supplies can be expensive, but it’s possible to save money by keeping track of previous year’s supplies and shopping at discount stores.

How to save on back to school shopping (StatePoint) Getting everything for back to school shopping can be stressful. Not only does the whole family need to get organized for the upcoming

academic year, but doing so can be expensive. To make the back-to-school season see “School shopping” next page

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Former AmeriCorps volunteer new director of teaching and learning by Julia Hart

Chris Anderson, who began his educational career as an AmeriCorps volunteer, is now the director of teaching and learning in the Sunnyside School District. Anderson, a former Chelan Middle School principal, will be tasked with setting the framework for implementation of learning strategies surrounding the new state common core standards. He will also be challenged to establish the methods by which the Sunnyside teaching staff will be evaluated in compliance with the state’s new assessment standards. “My goal is to provide the instructional staff and building administrators with both teaching common core strategies, as well as begin the implementation of the new state teacher evaluation standards,” Anderson explained. He believes his practical experience as both a classroom teacher and as an administrator greatly suits him for his new position. He said his task is part of a three-year project to bring the district in-line with the state’s new educational best practices. Anderson said one of his challenges will be to implement procedures in increments while attempting to reduce the anxiety among staff about the latest changes. Anderson began his journey in education as an AmeriCorps volunteer working

in Chelan serving the Methow Valley areas of Twisp and Winthrop. After earning his Bachelor degree in education, the Wisconsin native became a classroom teacher in the Kent School District. After he earned his Master’s degree in administration, he worked as an assistant principal at Kent Phoenix Academy, a non-traditional high school in Kent. He later returned to the Chelan area where he has been a principal and athletic director for the past five years. Anderson said he began looking for a position where he could address the anxiety felt by teachers and the frustration of administration when faced by the continuing challenges of changing state standards. He said it is his aim to put into a practical application the instructional practices while avoiding overwhelming staff, needlessly. “I’ll be doing the legwork for them, he said. “I am very excited to be given the opportunity,” he said. Anderson brings to his new home his wife, Tracey, and their two children, a daughter, 9, and son, 4. “We’ve never lived in this part of the state and we’re busy becoming acquainted with the area,” he said. - Julia Hart can be contacted at 509-837-4500, or email JHart@DailySunNews.com

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easier and more affordable, the shopping experts at Dollar General are sharing convenient and cost-effective tips to prep the family for a great school year: Clothes Don’t spend a fortune outfitting those quickly-growing arms and legs. For school uniforms, research online low prices, discounts and free shipping offers on all the basic collared shirts and pants. Keep kids looking good longer with a wide assortment of basic jeans, sweaters and sweatshirts for those upcoming fall and winter days. This way, parents can feel comfortable replacing clothing when they are outgrown. Time to Eat The importance of serving kids breakfast can’t be overstated. Keep kids fueled for success by stocking up on cereal, oatmeal and fruits for busy mornings. Quick and healthy, these require little effort and make an affordable way to get the day started. Think about convenience and variety with school day lunches. Pack hazelnut cocoa spread and jelly sandwiches, turkey and Swiss cheese wraps or hearty soups. All are easy to prepare and easy on the

wallet. Go nuts and give your kids a protein kick at lunch or snack time. Parents can save by doling portions of cashews or peanuts. Fruits and vegetables are also great options as they provide vitamins and minerals. Be sure to have plenty of lunch bags, napkins and sandwich bags for easy packing. By finding food and supply staples at a discount store, parents can easily save on school breakfasts, lunches and snacks. School Supplies Make shopping for school supplies an organized effort. Before heading to the store, do a quick inventory of what children already have and the condition of those items to determine what children still need. Cross reference the school supplies list from the child’s school to be sure to not miss anything. Parents with multiple children can save by letting them share certain items at home such as scissors, glue, crayons and markers. Also look for the latest supplies that will help children thrive. With the right techniques, children can ace reading, writing and arithmetic while parents earn an A+ in shopping.

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Chris Anderson joins the administrative team at the Sunnyside School District as the new director of teaching and learning. Anderson and his family moved to Sunnyside from Chelan, where he was the principal of a middle school.

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Easy lunchbox additions that can fuel a child’s day (StatePoint) What children eat during the school day not only affects their health and wellness, but proper nutrition can benefit them academically as well. Take care to pack lunches and snacks that will serve children well on both counts! With that goal in mind, think superfoods. Superfoods are specific foods loaded with unusually high amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Supermarkets are full of inexpensive, easy-to-pack superfoods that make great additions to your child’s more traditional lunchbox favorites. Parents can add a punch to snack time with these three additions to their child’s diet: Seaweed Seaweed offers the broadest range of minerals of any food on the planet. It contains 10 to 20 times the mineral concentration of land plants, as well as protein, fiber iodine, vitamin K, folate, magnesium, iron, and calcium and measurable amounts of vitamins C and E. And a serving has only 25 to 100 calories. “Seaweed is nature’s perfect snack. It`s easy and fun to eat, gluten free, vegetarian and naturally low in calories and sodium,� says Annie Chun, seaweed fanatic and cofounder of GimMe Health. Seaweed snacks, available in sea salt and sesame flavors, come in single servings and are easy to pack in a lunch bag. They make a great substitute for high-fat snacks like potato chips.

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Superfoods provide high nutritional impact for snacks or lunches. If parents are packing pasta or rice, they can mix in some seaweed crumbles for an added boost of nutrition. Nuts A small handful of almonds or walnuts pack a wallop of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and omega-3s. Eating just a serving a day may help lower cholesterol, prevent diabetes, fight cancer, and even boost brain power. Recent studies also suggest that eating nuts helps promote a healthy weight.

While peanut butter is certainly delicious and a great source of vitamins, almond butter has different dietary benefits and its own great taste. For children who normally pack a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, they should try an almond butter and jelly sandwich instead. Almonds can also be a great alternative for kids with peanut allergies. Berries It makes no difference whether they’re black, blue or red, berries are a powerhouse of antioxidants and phytochemicals, which

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Sunnyside school bus schedule SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL/ HARRISON MIDDLE SCHOOL 6:56 am 6:57 am 7:12 am 7:20 am

Route: 1 - AM W. South Hill Rd. @ Jersey St. 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 1 - PM 2:10 pm Harrison MS 2:21 pm SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2:37 pm 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 2:57 pm Outlook Elementary School Route: 2 - AM 1635 Waneta 2700 Allen Rd. 2600 Allen Rd. Allen Rd. @ Baze Ln. Allen Rd. @ Penn Ave. 2010 Allen Rd. 2006 Allen Rd. 1700 Saul Rd. Saul Rd. & E. South Hill Rd. 7:15 am Harrison MS 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 6:59 am 7:00 am 7:00 am 7:02 am 7:03 am 7:04 am 7:04 am 7:09 am

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Route: 2 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2700 Allen Rd. 2600 Allen Rd. Allen Rd. @ Baze Ln. Allen Rd. @ Penn Ave. 2010 Allen Rd. 2006 Allen Rd. 1700 Saul Rd.

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Route: 11 - AM 2412 Alexander Rd. 750 Braden Rd. 1620 Braden Rd. 1781 Braden Rd. 1892/1896 Braden Rd. 1898 Braden Rd. 1920 Braden Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 1951 Waneta Rd. 770 Tear Rd. 70/71 Williowcrest Rd. 220 Willowcrest Rd. 301 Williowcrest Rd. 330 Williowcrest Rd. 441 Williowcrest Rd. 471 Williowcrest Rd./470 Willowcrest Rd. 720 Williowcrest Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd./10 Willowcrest Rd. 3670 Stover Rd. 3480 Stover Rd. Stover Rd. @ Den Boer Rd. Stover Rd. @ Waneta Rd. 2491 Waneta Rd. 2320 Waneta Rd. 2360 Waneta Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd. 1635 Waneta Rd. 1571 Waneta Rd. 1621 Alexander Rd. 1571 Alexander Rd. 1511 Alexander Rd. 1471 Alexander Rd. 1252 Alexander Rd. Alexander Rd. @ Cody Ln. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 11 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Alexander Rd. @ Cody Ln. 1252 Alexander Rd.

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1471 Alexander Rd. 1511 Alexander Rd. 1571 Alexander Rd. 1621 Alexander Rd. 1571 Waneta Rd. 1635 Waneta Rd. 1635 Waneta Rd. 770 Tear Rd. 70/71 Williowcrest Rd. 220 Willowcrest Rd. 301 Williowcrest Rd. 330 Williowcrest Rd. 441 Williowcrest Rd. 471 Williowcrest Rd./470 Willowcrest Rd. 720 Williowcrest Rd. 3670 Stover Rd. 3480 Stover Rd. Stover Rd. @ Den Boer Rd. 2491 Waneta Rd. 2491 Waneta Rd. 2320 Waneta Rd. 2360 Waneta Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 1951 Waneta Rd. 1620 Braden Rd. 1781 Braden Rd. 1892/1896 Braden Rd. 1898 Braden Rd. 1920 Braden Rd. 750 Braden Rd. 2412 Alexander Rd.

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Route: 12 - AM 90 Bishop Rd. 320 Bishop Rd. 811 Bishop Rd. 921 Bishop Rd. Bishop Rd. @ Snipes Pump Rd. 1780 Snipes Pump Rd. 1860 Snipes Pump Rd. 720 Murray Rd. 640 Murray Rd. 110 Linderman Rd. 160 Linderman Rd. 250 Linderman Rd. 250/261 Linderman Rd. 401 Linderman Rd. 680 Linderman Rd. 690 Linderman Rd. 721/720 Linderman Rd. 810 Linderman Rd. 880 Linderman Rd. 900 Linderman Rd. 400 Green Giant Rd. 381 Green Giant Rd. 330 Green Giant Rd. 261 Green Giant Rd./291 Green Giant Rd. 201 Green Giant Rd. 220 Green Giant Rd. 90 Green Giant Rd. 480 Murray Rd. 300 Murray Rd. 140/141 Murray Rd. 2291 Midvale Rd. 2230 Midvale Rd. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 12 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 90 Bishop Rd. 320 Bishop Rd. 811 Bishop Rd. 921 Bishop Rd. 1780 Snipes Pump Rd. 1860 Snipes Pump Rd. 720 Murray Rd. 640 Murray Rd. 110 Linderman Rd. 160 Linderman Rd. 250 Linderman Rd. 250/261 Linderman Rd. 401 Linderman Rd. 680 Linderman Rd. 719/720 Linderman Rd. 721/720 Linderman Rd. 810 Linderman Rd.

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880 Linderman Rd. 900 Linderman Rd. 400 Green Giant Rd. 381 Green Giant Rd. 330 Green Giant Rd. 261 Green Giant Rd./291 Green Giant Rd. 201 Green Giant Rd. 220 Green Giant Rd. 90 Green Giant Rd. 480 Murray Rd. 300 Murray Rd. 140/141 Murray Rd. 2291 Midvale Rd. 2230 Midvale Rd. Route: 13 - AM 2100 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2130 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2621 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3361 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3530 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3550 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3561 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3597 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3601 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3631 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3661 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3961 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4151 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4180 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4200 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. Sunnyside Mabton Rd./Stover Rd. 4471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4650 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. Sunnyside Mabton Rd. & Morse Rd. 91 Morse Rd. 161 Morse Rd. 202 Morse Rd. 231 Morse Rd. 395/397 Morse Rd. 397 Morse Rd. Morse Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 701 Morse Rd. 800 Morse Rd. 1141/1140 Holaday Rd. 1190 Holaday Rd. 1770 Holaday Rd. 1861 Green Valley Rd. 1831/1841/1843 Green Valley Rd. 1520 Green Valley Rd. 2600 Midvale Rd. 2450 Midvale Rd. 2440 Midvale Rd. 2130 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2090 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2011 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 13 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2011 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2090 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2100 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2141 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2621 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3361 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3530 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3550 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3561 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3597 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3601 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3631 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3661 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd./10 Willowcrest Rd. 3961 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4151 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4180 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4200 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. Mabton Sunnyside/Stover Rd. 4471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd.

2:46 pm Sunnyside Mabton Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 2:46 pm 4650 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2:47 pm Sunnyside Mabton Rd. & Morse Rd. 2:47 pm 91 Morse Rd. 2:47 pm 161 Morse Rd. 2:48 pm 202 Morse Rd. 2:48 pm 231 Morse Rd. 2:49 pm 395/397 Morse Rd. 2:49 pm 397 Morse Rd. 2:50 pm Morse Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 2:51 pm 701 Morse Rd. 2:52 pm 800 Morse Rd. 2:55 pm 1520 Green Valley Rd. 2:56 pm 1831/1841/1843 Green Valley Rd. 2:57 pm 1861 Green Valley Rd. 3:00 pm 1770 Holaday Rd. 3:03 pm 1190 Holaday Rd. 3:03 pm 1141/1140 Holaday Rd. 3:09 pm 2600 Midvale Rd. 3:09 pm 2450 Midvale Rd. 3:10 pm 2440 Midvale Rd. 3:22 pm Pioneer Elementary 7:01 am 7:06 am 7:14 am 7:20 am

Route: 14 - AM VALLEY VIEW LAUDRAMAT Lincoln Ave. @ Carnation Ave. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

Route: 14 - PM 2:10 pm Harrison MS 2:16 pm SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2:31 pm Lincoln Ave. @ Carnation Ave. 6:39 am 6:40 am 6:42 am 6:42 am 6:43 am 6:43 am 6:44 am 6:52 am 6:54 am 6:55 am 6:55 am 6:55 am 6:56 am 6:57 am 6:57 am 6:57 am 6:58 am 6:59 am 6:59 am 7:00 am 7:00 am 7:01 am 7:01 am 7:02 am 7:02 am 7:03 am 7:03 am 7:05 am 7:16 am 7:20 am 2:10 pm 2:21 pm 2:40 pm 2:42 pm 2:42 pm 2:43 pm 2:43 pm 2:44 pm 2:45 pm 2:45 pm 2:46 pm 2:46 pm 2:46 pm 2:47 pm 2:48 pm 2:48 pm 2:49 pm 2:49 pm 2:50 pm 2:50 pm 2:51 pm

Route: 15 - AM 1430 S. Emerald Rd. 1481/1483 S. Emerald Rd. 2700 Murray Rd. 2550 Murray Rd. 2250 Murray Rd. 2050 Murray Rd. 2401 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1251 Murray Rd. 1741 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1631/1621 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1601 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1531 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1470/1472 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1162 Wendell Phillips Rd. 958 Wendell Phillips Rd. 871 Randel Rd. 721 Randel Rd. 492 Randel Rd. 410 Randel Rd. 290 Randel Rd. 153/151 Randel Rd. 131 Randel Rd. 830 Snipes Pump Rd. Snipes Pump and Camp Ln./741 Snipes Pump Rd. 691 Snipes Pump Rd. 671/691 Snipes Pump Rd. 241 Snipes Pump Rd. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 15 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 241 Snipes Pump Rd. 671/691 Snipes Pump Rd. 691 Snipes Pump Rd. Snipes Pump and Camp Ln./741 Snipes Pump Rd. 741 Snipes Pump Rd. 830 Snipes Pump Rd. 131 Randel Rd. 153/151 Randel Rd. 290 Randel Rd. 410 Randel Rd. 492 Randel Rd. 721 Randel Rd. 871 Randel Rd. 958 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1162 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1470/1472 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1531 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1601 Wendell Phillips Rd.

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1631/1621 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1741 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1251 Murray Rd. 2401 Wendell Phillips Rd. 2050 Murray Rd. 2250 Murray Rd. 2550 Murray Rd. 2700 Murray Rd. 1485 S. Emerald Rd. 1481/1483 S. Emerald Rd. 1430 S Emerald Rd.

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Route: 22 - AM 8740 Emerald Rd. 7191 Emerald Rd. 7161 Emerald Rd. 6880 Emerald Rd. 6411 Emerald Rd. 430/432 S. Emerald Rd. 500/432 S. Emerald Rd. 500/501 S. Emerald Rd. 531 S. Emerald Rd. 1740 Randel Rd. 1703 Randel Rd. 1610 Randel Rd. 1251 Randel Rd. 1140 Randel Rd. 958/839 Wendell Phillips Rd. 410 Wendell Phillips Rd. 291 Wendell Phillips Rd. Wendell Phillips Rd. @ Camp Ln. 7062 Emerald Rd. 6062 Emerald Rd. 5440 Emerald Rd. 4841 Emerald Rd. 3092 Emerald Rd. 2811 Emerald Rd. 7601 Emerald Rd. 7791 Emerald Rd. 7910 Emerald Rd. 8571 Emerald Rd. 8651 Emerald Rd. 8740 Emerald Rd. 8771/8781 Emerald Rd. Emerald Rd. and Portview Ln. 9431 Emerald Rd. 9461 Emerald Rd. Alexander @ N&S McLean Rd. Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 22 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Alexander @ N&S McLean Rd. 9461 Emerald Rd. 9431 Emerald Rd. Emerald Rd. and Portview Ln. 8771/8781 Emerald Rd. 8731/8741 Emerald Rd. 8740 Emerald Rd. 8651 Emerald Rd. 8571 Emerald Rd. 7910 Emerald Rd. 7791 Emerald Rd. 7601 Emerald Rd. Wendell Phillips Rd. @ Camp Ln. 291 Wendell Phillips Rd. 410 Wendell Phillips Rd. 958/839 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1140 Randel Rd. 1251 Randel Rd. 1610 Randel Rd. 1703 Randel Rd. 1740 Randel Rd. 531 S. Emerald Rd. 500/501 S. Emerald Rd. 500/432 S. Emerald Rd. 430/432 S. Emerald Rd. 6062 Emerald Rd. 5440 Emerald Rd. 4841 Emerald Rd. 3092 Emerald Rd. 2811 Emerald Rd. 6411 Emerald Rd. 6880 Emerald Rd. 7062 Emerald Rd. 7161 Emerald Rd. 7191 Emerald Rd. Pioneer Elementary

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Route: 29 - AM W. South Hill Rd. @ McBride St. South Hill @ Cascade Way 730 W. South Hill Rd. 929 W. South Hill Rd. 1080 W. South Hill Rd. 1413 W. South Hill Rd. W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave. 7:15 pm Harrison MS 7:20 pm SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 6:53 am 6:55 am 7:00 am 7:01 am 7:02 am 7:03 am 7:06 am

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Route: 29 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL W. South Hill Rd. @ McBride St. South Hill @ Cascade Way 730 W. South Hill Rd. 929 W. South Hill Rd. 1080 W. South Hill Rd. 1413 W. South Hill Rd. W. South Hill Rd. @ W. Riverside Ave. W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave. North Ave. @ Rouse Rd.

Route: 30 - AM 6:44 am S. 1st St. & Parkland 6:48 am 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 6:52 am South Hill @ Cascade Way 7:09 am Harrison MS 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 30 - PM Harrison MS SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL S. 1st St. & Parkland W. South Hill Rd. @ Jersey St. 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 2:44 pm South Hill @ Cascade Way 2:10 pm 2:21 pm 2:34 pm 2:37 pm 2:38 pm

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Route: 3 - AM 4991 Hudson Rd. 2550 Fordyce Rd. 2730 Independence Rd. 2621 Independence Rd. 601 Reeves Rd. 930 Reeves Rd. 940 reeves Rd. 980 Reeves Rd. 2130 Reeves Rd. 2271 Reeves Rd. 2990 Maple Grove Rd. 3905 Independence Rd. 3311/3313 Independence Rd. 1831 Fordyce Rd. 1782/1780 Fordyce Rd. 1641 Fordyce Rd. 1531 Fordyce Rd. 1381 Fordyce Rd. 1801 Lester Rd. 760 Lester Rd. 140 Lester Rd. 70 Lester Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 3 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 70 Lester Rd. 140 Lester Rd. 760 Lester Rd. 1801 Lester Rd. 1381 Fordyce Rd. 1531 Fordyce Rd. 1641 Fordyce Rd. 1782/1780 Fordyce Rd. 1831 Fordyce Rd. 2130 Reeves Rd. 2271 Reeves Rd.

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2990 Maple Grove Rd. 3905 Independence Rd. 3311/3313 Independence Rd. 2550 Fordyce Rd. 4991 Hudson Rd. 601 Reeves Rd. 930 Reeves Rd. 940 reeves Rd. 980 Reeves Rd. 2730 Independence Rd. 2621 Independence Rd. Route: 4 - AM 24001 Yakima Valley Hwy 831 Dekker Rd. 2890 Van Belle Rd. 3138 Van Belle Rd. 3580 Van Belle Rd. 3811 Van Belle Rd. 3841/3843 Van Belle Rd. 3892 Van Belle Rd. 3963 Van Belle Rd. 5601 Van Belle Rd. 5661 Van Belle Rd. 5670 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Canady Ln. 5891 Van Belle Rd. 6341 Van Belle Rd. 6361 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Albro Rd. 6990 Van Belle Rd. 7061 Van Belle Rd. 7126 Van Belle Rd. 7151 Van Belle Rd. 7291 Van Belle Rd. 7305 Van Belle Rd. 7361 Van Belle Rd. 7545 Van Belle Rd. 7581 Van Belle Rd. 7641 Van Belle Rd. 7741/7743 Van Belle Rd. 8320 Van Belle Rd. 8550 Van Belle Rd./8552 Van Belle Rd. 8700/8702 Van Belle Rd. 8710 Van Belle Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 4 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 8710 Van Belle Rd. 8700/8702 Van Belle Rd. 8550 Van Belle Rd./8552 Van Belle Rd. 8320 Van Belle Rd. 7741/7743 Van Belle Rd. 7641 Van Belle Rd. 7581 Van Belle Rd. 7545 Van Belle Rd. 7361 Van Belle Rd. 7305 Van Belle Rd. 7291 Van Belle Rd. 7153 Van Belle Rd. 7126 Van Belle Rd. 7061 Van Belle Rd. 6990/6992 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Albro Rd. 6361 Van Belle Rd. 6341 Van Belle Rd. 5891 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Canady Ln. 5670 Van Belle Rd. 5661 Van Belle Rd. 5601 Van Belle Rd. 3963 Van Belle Rd. 3892 Van Belle Rd. 3841/3843 Van Belle Rd. 3811 Van Belle Rd. 3580 Van Belle Rd. 3138 Van Belle Rd. 2890 Van Belle Rd. 831 Dekker Rd. 24001 Yakima Valley Hwy.

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Route: 5 - AM 1251 Arrowsmith Rd. 3120 Scoon Rd. 3421 Scoon Rd. 3241 Phipps Rd. 4310/4312 Independence Rd. 3511 Reeves Rd. 2510 Maple Grove Rd. 1961 Maple Grove Rd. 1791 Maple Grove Rd. 1701 Maple Grove Rd. 1551 Maple Grove Rd. 1457 Maple Grove Rd.

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1455 Maple Grove Rd. 1451 Maple Grove Rd. 1431 Maple Grove Rd. 1391 Maple Grove Rd. 1953 Scoon Rd. 2340 Scoon Rd. 2470 Scoon Rd. 908 Arrowsmith Rd. 513 Arrowsmith Rd. 511/513 Arrowsmith Rd. 1140 Maple Grove Rd. 1140/1131 Maple Grove Rd. 701 Maple Grove Rd. 671 Maple Grove Rd. 661 Maple Grove Rd. 591 Maple Grove Rd. 360 Maple Grove Rd. 240 Maple Grove Rd. 171 Maple Grove Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 5 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 171 Maple Grove Rd. 240 Maple Grove Rd. 360 Maple Grove Rd. 591 Maple Grove Rd. 661 Maple Grove Rd. 671 Maple Grove Rd. 701 Maple Grove Rd. 1140/1131 Maple Grove Rd. 1140 Maple Grove Rd. 1391 Maple Grove Rd. 1431 Maple Grove Rd. 1451 Maple Grove Rd. 1455 Maple Grove Rd. 1457 Maple Grove Rd. 1551 Maple Grove Rd. 1701 Maple Grove Rd. 1791 Maple Grove Rd. 1961 Maple Grove Rd. 511/513 Arrowsmith Rd. 513 Arrowsmith Rd. 908 Arrowsmith Rd. 1251 Arrowsmith Rd. 1953 Scoon Rd. 2340 Scoon Rd. 2470 Scoon Rd. 3120 Scoon Rd. 3511 Reeves Rd. 4310/4312 Independence Rd. 3241 Phipps Rd. 3421 Scoon Rd. 2510 Maple Grove Rd.

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Route: 6 - AM 480 Isaacs Rd. 3450 Hudson Rd. 30 Lowry Rd. 86 Lowry Rd. 231 Lowry Rd. 710 Lowry Rd. 725 Lowry Rd. 3851 Hudson Rd. 1711 Price Rd. 1461 Price Rd. 4420 Hudson Rd./4440 Hudson Rd. 990 N. Outlook Rd. 270 North Outlook Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 6 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 270 North Outlook Rd. 1811 N. Outlook Rd. 4440 Hudson Rd. 4420 Hudson Rd./4440 Hudson Rd. 3851 Hudson Rd. 1461 Price Rd. 725 Lowry Rd. 710 Lowry Rd. 231 Lowry Rd. 86 Lowry Rd. 30 Lowry Rd. 1711 Price Rd. 3450 Hudson Rd. 480 Isaacs Rd. Route: 7 - AM 4050/4051 Outlook Rd. 4050 Outlook Rd. 3991 Outlook Rd. 3972 Outlook Rd.

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3740 Outlook Rd. Outlook Rd. @ Rougk Ln. 3130 Outlook Rd. 3091/3090 Outlook Rd. 3060 Outlook Rd. 3051 Outlook Rd. 2301 Outlook Rd. 2015 Outlook Rd. 1971 Outlook Rd. 1941 Outlook Rd. 1891 Outlook Rd. 910 Outlook Rd. 903 outlook rd 871 Outlook Rd. 790 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 2nd Ave. 726 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 1st Ave. 700/701 Outlook Rd. 670/671 Outlook Rd. 460 Outlook Rd. 426 Outlook Rd. 210 Outlook Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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2840 Sheller Rd. 60 Franks Rd. 190 Franks Rd. 193 Cantrell Rd. 51 Rader Rd. 61 Rader Rd. 281 Rader Rd. 311 Rader Rd. 450 Rader Rd. 571 Rader Rd. Rader Rd. @ Ray Rd. 2400 Ray Rd. 2391 Ray Rd. 2360 Ray Rd. 2351 Ray Rd. 2340 Ray Rd. 2331 Ray Rd. 2321 Ray Rd. 2290 Ray Rd. 2283 Ray Rd. 3910 E Edison Rd. 3910 E Edison Rd. 4181 E Edison Rd. 4200 Sheller Rd.

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Route: 7 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 4050/4051 Outlook Rd. 3991 Outlook Rd. 3972 Outlook Rd. 3740 Outlook Rd. Outlook Rd. @ Rougk Ln. 3130 Outlook Rd. 3091/3090 Outlook Rd. 3060 Outlook Rd. 3051 Outlook Rd. 2301 Outlook Rd. 2015 Outlook Rd. 2011 Outlook Rd. 1971 Outlook Rd. 1941 Outlook Rd. 1891 Outlook Rd. 1761 Outlook Rd. 1451 Outlook Rd. 910 Outlook Rd. 871 Outlook Rd. 790 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 2nd Ave. 726 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 1st Ave. 700/701 Outlook Rd. 670/671 Outlook Rd. 460 Outlook Rd. 426 Outlook Rd. 210 Outlook Rd.

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Route: 10 - AM 3073 E Edison Rd. 3560 E Edison Rd. 2111 Ferson Rd. 1231 Ray Rd. 1440 E Allen Rd. 1771 E Allen Rd. 1831 E Allen Rd. 2070 E Allen Rd. 1321 E Alexander Rd. 1105 E Alexander Rd. 1350 Ferson Rd. 1450/1360 Ferson Rd. 750 E Allen Rd. 586 E Allen Rd. 740 Factory Rd. 3140 E Edison Rd. 2400 E Edison Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 8 - AM 2770 Sheller Rd. 60 Franks Rd. 190 Franks Rd. 193 Cantrell Rd. 51 Rader Rd. 61 Rader Rd. 281 Rader Rd. 311 Rader Rd. 450 Rader Rd. 571 Rader Rd. Rader Rd. @ Ray Rd. 4200 Sheller Rd. 4181 E Edison Rd. 3910 E Edison Rd. 3910 E Edison Rd. 2051 Ray Rd. 2283 Ray Rd. 2290 Ray Rd. 2321 Ray Rd. 2331 Ray Rd. 2340 Ray Rd. 2351 Ray Rd. 2360 Ray Rd. 2371 Ray Rd. 2400 Ray Rd. 2840 Sheller Rd. 2761/2760 Sheller Rd. 2671/2631 Sheller Rd. 2631 Sheller Rd. 1650 Sheller Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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Route: 10 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2400 E Edison Rd. 3073 E Edison Rd. 3140 E. Edison Rd. 3140 E Edison Rd. 3560 E Edison Rd. 2111 Ferson Rd. 740 Factory Rd. 586 E Allen Rd. 750 E Allen Rd. 1440 E Allen Rd. 1771 E Allen Rd. 1831 E Allen Rd. 2070 E Allen Rd. 1321 E Alexander Rd. 1105 E Alexander Rd. 1350 Ferson Rd. 1450/1360 Ferson Rd. 1231 Ray Rd.

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Route: 8 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2631 Sheller Rd. 2671/2631 Sheller Rd. 2761/2760 Sheller Rd. 2770 Sheller Rd.

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Route: 16 - AM 2803 State Route 241 7390 Independence Rd. 6951 Independence Rd. 6791/6793 Independence Rd. 6741 Independence Rd. 6691 Independence Rd. 6543 Independence Rd. 6490 Independence Rd. 6410 Independence Rd. 441 Williamson Rd. 4700 Scoon Rd. 5781 Independence Rd. 3701 Washout Rd. 3480 Washout Rd. 3360 Washout Rd. 3080 Washout Rd. 2930 Washout Rd. 2131 Arrowsmith Rd. 2170 Arrowsmith Rd. 2400 Arrowsmith Rd. 2240 Washout Rd. 2252/2254 Cemetery Rd. 1881 Arrowsmith Rd. 2261 Washout Rd. 891 Kriner Rd. 760 Kriner Rd. 620 Kriner Rd. 310 Kriner Rd.

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BACK TO SCHOOL 7:09 am 1925/1801 Sheller Rd. 7:13 am Sierra Vista 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

Bus Schedule continued from page 11

7:07 am 61 Kriner Rd. 7:11 am Sierra Vista 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2:10 pm 2:21 pm 2:32 pm 2:34 pm 2:35 pm 2:36 pm 2:37 pm 2:41 pm 2:44 pm 2:46 pm 2:47 pm 2:52 pm 2:54 pm 2:55 pm 2:56 pm 2:57 pm 2:58 pm 2:59 pm 3:00 pm 3:02 pm 3:03 pm 3:09 pm 3:10 pm 3:14 pm 3:14 pm 3:15 pm 3:15 pm 3:16 pm 3:16 pm 3:17 pm 3:18 pm 3:22 pm 3:22 pm

Route: 16 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 61 Kriner Rd. 310 Kriner Rd. 620 Kriner Rd. 760 Kriner Rd. 891 Kriner Rd. 2252/2254 Cemetery Rd. 1881 Arrowsmith Rd. 2261 Washout Rd. 2240 Washout Rd. 2803 State Route 241 2400 Arrowsmith Rd. 2170 Arrowsmith Rd. 2131 Arrowsmith Rd. 2930 Washout Rd. 3080 Washout Rd. 3360 Washout Rd. 3480 Washout Rd. 3701 Washout Rd. 5781 Independence Rd. 4700 Scoon Rd. 441 Williamson Rd. 6410 Independence Rd. 6490 Independence Rd. 6543 Independence Rd. 6691 Independence Rd. 6741 Independence Rd. 6791/6793 Independence Rd. 6951 Independence Rd. 7390 Independence Rd. 2320 State Route 241 2221 State Route 241

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Route: 17 - AM 7030 E. Edison Rd. 1415 Harrison Rd. 1091 Harrison Rd. Webster Rd. @ Carousel Ln. 461 Webster Rd. 6651 Sheller Rd. 6152 Sheller Rd. 1951 Harrison Rd. 1771 Harrison Rd. 450 State Route 241 SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Sierra Vista

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Route: 17 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 450 State Route 241 1951 Harrison Rd. 1771 Harrison Rd. 7030 E. Edison Rd. 1415 Harrison Rd. 1091 Harrison Rd. Webster Rd. @ Carousel Ln. 461 Webster Rd. 6651 Sheller Rd. 6152 Sheller Rd.

Route: 18 - AM 5:59 am 4711 State Rt 241 6:20 am State Route 241 @ State Route 24 6:24 am State Route 241 @ Cielo Vista 6:42 am 4870 State Route 241 6:42 am State Route 241 @ Lewandowski Rd. 6:46 am 2320 State Route 241 6:46 am 2221 State Route 241 6:47 am 10200 Van Belle Rd. 6:50 am 12091 Van Belle Rd. 6:52 am 12551 Van Belle Rd. 6:53 am 12551 Van Belle Rd. 6:58 am 2041/2040 Bridgeman Rd. 7:02 am 1151 N. Ray Rd. 7:04 am 351 S.L.I. Rd. 7:08 am 2393 Sheller Rd. 7:08 am 2270 Sheller Rd. 7:08 am 2162 Sheller Rd. 7:09 am 1981/1871 Sheller Rd.

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Route: 18 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 1650 Sheller 1925/1801 Sheller Rd. 1981/1871 Sheller Rd. 2041 Sheller Rd. 2162 Sheller Rd. 2270 Sheller Rd. 2393 Sheller Rd. 10200 Van Belle Rd. 12091 Van Belle Rd. 12551 Van Belle Rd. 2041/2040 Bridgeman Rd. 1151 N. Ray Rd. 351 S.L.I. Rd. State Route 241 @ Lewandowski Rd. 4711 State Rt 241 4870 State Route 241 State Route 241 @ State Route 24 State Route 241 @ Cielo Vista Route: 19 - AM 150 Swan Rd. 180 Swan Rd. 200 Swan Rd. 450 Swan Rd. 550 Swan Rd. Swan Rd. @ Columbia Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vista Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vine Ave. Upland Dr. @ W Grandview Ave. 916 W Riverside Ave. 1251 W Riverside Ave. Heffron Rd. @ SW Crescent Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Orchard Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Woodward Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Rossier St. S. 1st and Maple Way SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Sierra Vista

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Route: 19 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL S. 1st and Maple Way SW Crescent Ave. @ Rossier St. SW Crescent Ave. @ Woodward Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Orchard Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Heffron Rd. 1251 W Riverside Ave. 916 W Riverside Ave. Upland Dr @ W Grandview Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vine Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vista Ave. Swan Rd. @ Columbia Ave. 550 Swan Rd. 450 Swan Rd. 200 Swan Rd. 180 Swan Rd. 150 Swan Rd.

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Route: 20 - AM 1361 Washout Rd. 1403/1401 Washout Rd. 1331 Washout Rd. 1361 Washout Rd. 1650 Cemetery Rd. 1509 Cemetery Rd. 1461 Cemetery Rd. 1451/1461/1431 Cemetery Rd. 1431 Cemetery Rd. 1391 Cemetery Rd. 103 E. Woodin Rd. 81 W. Woodin Rd. 111/90/81 W. Woodin Rd. 770 W. Woodin Rd. 800 W. Woodin Rd. 880 W. Woodin Rd. 990 W. Woodin Rd. 1611 Scoon Rd. 1425/1372 Scoon Rd. 1372 Scoon Rd. 1022 Scoon Rd. 802 Scoon Rd. 807 Scoon Rd. 800 Scoon Rd. 609 Scoon Rd. 609 Scoon Rd. North Ave. @ Woods Rd.

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Route: 20 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL North Ave. @ Woods Rd. 609 Scoon Rd. 609 Scoon Rd. 800 Scoon Rd. 807 Scoon Rd. 802 Scoon Rd. 807/806 Scoon Rd. 1022 Scoon Rd. 81 W. Woodin Rd. 111/90/81 W. Woodin Rd. 770 W. Woodin Rd. 800 W. Woodin Rd. 880 W. Woodin Rd. 990 W. Woodin Rd. 1611 Scoon Rd. 1611 Scoon Rd. 1425/1372 Scoon Rd. 1372 Scoon Rd. 103 E. Woodin Rd. 1391 Cemetery Rd. 1431 Cemetery Rd. 1451/1461/1431 Cemetery Rd. 1461 Cemetery Rd. 1509 Cemetery Rd. 1650 Cemetery Rd. 1361 Washout Rd. 1331 Washout Rd. 1403/1401 Washout Rd. 1361 Washout Rd.

Route: 21 - AM 6:46 am W. Edison @ Maple Ave. 7:08 am Sierra Vista 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 21 - PM 2:10 pm Sierra Vista 2:21 pm SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 2:38 pm W. Edison @ Maple Ave. 6:24 am 6:26 am 6:27 am 6:29 am 6:30 am 6:33 am 6:39 am 6:40 am 6:40 am 6:41 am 6:41 am 6:43 am 6:44 am 6:47 am 6:48 am 6:48 am 6:57 am 7:16 am

Route: 23 - AM 3972 N. Outlook Rd. 240 Chaffee Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Maires Rd. 780 Chaffee Rd. 1001 Chaffee Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Kershaw Heights Rd. 790/791 E. Merz Rd. 781 E. Merz Rd. 710 E. Merz Rd. 660 E. Merz Rd. 781 E. Merz Rd. 660 E. Merz Rd. E. Merz Rd. @ N. Fordyce Rd. 1640 Phipps Rd. 1870 Phipps Rd. 1990 Phipps Rd. 1160 Phipps Rd. Sierra Vista

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Route: 23 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 1160 Phipps Rd. 1640 Phipps Rd. 1870 Phipps Rd. 1990 Phipps Rd. 790/791 E. Merz Rd. 781 E. Merz Rd. 710 E. Merz Rd. 660 E. Merz Rd. 781 E. Merz Rd. 660 E. Merz Rd. E. Merz Rd. @ N. Fordyce Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Kershaw Heights Rd. 1001 Chaffee Rd. 780 Chaffee Rd. 240 Chaffee Rd. 3972 N. Outlook Rd.

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Route: 24 - AM Gap Rd. & Concord Dr. 6450 Gap Rd. 6021 Gap Rd. 4890/4901 Gap Rd. Gap Rd. @ W. Sunnyside Rd. Gap Rd. @ S. Outlook Rd. Gap Rd. @ Floral Rd. 831 Price Rd. 350 Wellner Rd. 250 Wellner Rd.

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213 Wellner Rd. 160 Outlook Rd. 951 Nichols Rd. 431 Nichols Rd. 260 Nichols Rd. 71 Nichols Rd. 1451 Outlook Rd. 1761 Outlook Rd. 2011 Outlook Rd. 901/903 Fordyce Rd. Sierra Vista

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Route: 24 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Gap Rd. & Concord Dr. 6450 Gap Rd. 6021 Gap Rd. 4890/4901 Gap Rd. Gap Rd. @ W. Sunnyside Rd. Gap Rd. @ S. Outlook Rd. Gap Rd. @ Floral Rd. 160 Outlook Rd. 350 Wellner Rd. 250 Wellner Rd. 213 Wellner Rd. 831 Price Rd. 71 Nichols Rd. 260 Nichols Rd. 431 Nichols Rd. 951 Nichols Rd. 901/903 Fordyce Rd.

Route: 25 - AM 6:46 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Hamilton Dr 6:49 am NW Crescent Ave. @ San Clemente Ave. 6:52 am NW Crescant & Ravine Dr 6:54 am NW Crescent Ave. @ W. Terry St. 6:58 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Mayhew 6:59 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Dayton Dr 7:00 am 1101 NW Crescent Ave. 7:02 am 1030 W. Yakima Valley Hwy. 7:09 am Sierra Vista 7:20 am SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 25 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 1030 W. Yakima Valley Hwy. 1101 NW Crescent Ave. NW Crescent Ave. @ Dayton Dr NW Crescent Ave. @ Mayhew NW Crescent Ave. @ W Terry St. NW Crescant & Ravine Dr. NW Crescent Ave. @ San Clemente Ave. 2:50 pm NW Crescent Ave. @ Hamilton Dr 2:10 pm 2:21 pm 2:37 pm 2:39 pm 2:40 pm 2:40 pm 2:42 pm 2:45 pm 2:47 pm

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Route: 27 - AM 1270 Independence Rd. Dekker Rd. @ Knowles Rd. 1231/1233 Knowles Rd. 7930 E Zillah Dr. 61 Chapelle Rd. Chapelle Rd./Wagoner 5611 N. Outlook Rd. 4652 N. Outlook Rd. 4652 N. Outlook rd 231 Tomlinson Rd. 251 Phipps Rd. 3450 N. Outlook Rd. 3441 N. Outlook Rd. 3250 N. Outlook Rd./3251 N. Outlook Rd. 3020 N. Outlook Rd. 2731 N. Outlook Rd. 2481 N. Outlook Rd. 1811 N. Outlook Rd. 1801 N. Outlook Rd. 1451 N. Outlook Rd. 1423 N. Outlook Rd. 1197 N. Outlook Rd. 1191 N. Outlook Rd./1193 N. Outlook Rd. Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Route: 27 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 990 N. Outlook Rd. 1191 N. Outlook Rd./1193 N. Outlook Rd. 1197 N. Outlook Rd. 1423 N. Outlook Rd. 1451 N. Outlook Rd. 1801 N. Outlook Rd. 2481 N. Outlook Rd.

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2731 N. Outlook Rd. 1270 Independence Rd. Dekker Rd. @ Knowles Rd. 1231/1233 Knowles Rd. 3020 N. Outlook Rd. 3250 N. Outlook Rd./3251 N. Outlook Rd. 3441 N. Outlook Rd. 3450 N. Outlook Rd. 251 Phipps Rd. 231 Tomlinson Rd. 4652 N. Outlook rd 4652 N. Outlook Rd. 5611 N. Outlook Rd. Chapelle Rd./Wagoner 61 Chapelle Rd. 7930 E. Zillah Dr. Route: 28 - AM 110 Snipes Canal S. Lester @ Snipes Canal 460 S. Lester Rd. 450 S. Lester Rd. 401 S. Lester Rd. 392 S. Lester Rd. 341 S. Lester Rd. 281 S. Lester Rd. S. Lester Rd. @ W. South Hill Rd. W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave. 1040/1042 W. Edison Ave. 704 W. Edison Ave. 614 W. Edison Ave. W. Edison Ave. @ Villa Real Dr. 322 W. Edison Ave. W. Edison Ave. @ S. 1st St. W. Edison Ave. @ 2nd Ave. SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Sierra Vista Route: 28 - PM Sierra Vista SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL W. Edison Ave. @ 2nd Ave. E. Edison Ave. @ S. 1st St. 322 W. Edison Ave. W. Edison Ave. @ Villa Real Dr. 614 W. Edison Ave. 704 W. Edison Ave. 1040/1042 W. Edison Ave. 110 Snipes Canal S. Lester @ Snipes Canal 460 S. Lester Rd. 450 S. Lester Rd. 401 S. Lester Rd. 392 S. Lester Rd. 341 S. Lester Rd. 281 S. Lester Rd. S. Lester Rd. @ W. South Hill Rd. W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave.

OUTLOOK ELEMENTARY/ SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY

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Route: 1 - AM 103 E. Woodin Rd. 1122 Cemetery Rd. 1110 Cemetery Rd. 1012 Cemetery Rd. 913 Cemetery Rd. 904 Cemetery Rd. Beckner and Rouse/810 Rouse Rd. 810/811 Rouse Rd. 860 Rouse Rd. 900 Rouse Rd. 1111 Rouse Rd. 1091 Rouse Rd. 929/931 E. Woodin Rd. Cemetary/Fairview 604 Cemetery Rd. 508 Cemetery Rd. 429 Cemetery Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 1 - PM Outlook Elementary School 103 E. Woodin Rd. 1122 Cemetery Rd. 1110 Cemetery Rd. 1012 Cemetery Rd. 913 Cemetery Rd. 904 Cemetery Rd. Cemetary/Fairview Beckner and Rouse/810 Rouse Rd.

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810/811 Rouse Rd. 860 Rouse Rd. 900 Rouse Rd. 1111 Rouse Rd. 1091 Rouse Rd. 929/931 E. Woodin Rd. 604 Cemetery Rd. 508 Cemetery Rd. 429 Cemetery Rd. North Ave. @ N. 9th St. Route: 3 - AM 1381 Fordyce Rd. 1531 Fordyce Rd. 1641 Fordyce Rd. 1921 Fordyce Rd. 980 Reeves Rd. 960 Reeves Rd. 930 Reeves Rd. 601 Reeves Rd. 2483 N. Outlook Rd. 2391 N. Outlook Rd. 1811 N. Outlook Rd. 1457 N. Outlook Rd. 1423 N. Outlook Rd. 1197 N. Outlook Rd. 1191 N. Outlook Rd./1193 N. Outlook Rd. 1390 Lester Rd. 1390 Lester Rd. 140 Lester Rd. 70 Lester Rd. 901/903 Fordyce Rd. 951 Nichols Rd. 431 Nichols Rd. 260 Nichols Rd. 71 Nichols Rd. 171 N. Outlook Rd. N. Outlook Rd. @ E St. 270 N. Outlook Rd. N. Outlook Rd. @ F St. N. Outlook Rd. @ G St. Outlook Elementary School Route: 3 - PM Outlook Elementary School N. Outlook Rd. @ G St. N. Outlook Rd. @ F St. 270 N. Outlook Rd. N. Outlook Rd. @ E St. 171 N. Outlook Rd. 71 Nichols Rd. 260 Nichols Rd. 431 Nichols Rd. 951 Nichols Rd. 901/903 Fordyce Rd. 70 Lester Rd. 140 Lester Rd. 1390 Lester Rd. 1390 Lester Rd. 1381 Fordyce Rd. 1531 Fordyce Rd. 1641 Fordyce Rd. 1921 Fordyce Rd. 980 Reeves Rd. 960 Reeves Rd. 930 Reeves Rd. 601 Reeves Rd. 2483 N. Outlook Rd. 2391 N. Outlook Rd. 1811 N. Outlook Rd. 1801 N. Outlook Rd. 1457 N. Outlook Rd. 1423 N. Outlook Rd. 1197 N. Outlook Rd. 1191 N. Outlook Rd./1193 N. Outlook Rd. Route: 4 - AM 7741/7743 Van Belle Rd. 7641 Van Belle Rd. 7361 Van Belle Rd. 7305 Van Belle Rd. 7291 Van Belle Rd. 7171 Van Belle Rd. 7041 Van Belle Rd. 6990 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Albro Rd.

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6743 Van Belle Rd. 6570 Van Belle Rd. 6391 Van Belle Rd. 5670 Van Belle Rd. 5601 Van Belle Rd. 3963 Van Belle Rd. 3841/3843 Van Belle Rd. 3711 Van Belle Rd. 3140 Van Belle Rd. 3138 Van Belle Rd. 2890 Van Belle Rd. 2850/2852 Van Belle Rd. 3450 Hudson Rd. 3851 Hudson Rd. 600 Chute Rd. Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 4 - PM Outlook Elementary School 3963 Van Belle Rd. 600 Chute Rd. 3851 Hudson Rd. 3450 Hudson Rd. 2850/2852 Van Belle Rd. 2890 Van Belle Rd. 3138 Van Belle Rd. 3140 Van Belle Rd. 3711 Van Belle Rd. 3800 Van Belle Rd. 3841/3843 Van Belle Rd. 5601 Van Belle Rd. 5670 Van Belle Rd. 6391 Van Belle Rd. 6570 Van Belle Rd. 6743 Van Belle Rd. Van Belle Rd. @ Albro Rd. 6990 Van Belle Rd. 7041 Van Belle Rd. 7291 Van Belle Rd. 7305 Van Belle Rd. 7361 Van Belle Rd. 7641 Van Belle Rd. 7741/7743 Van Belle Rd.

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Route: 5 - AM Scoon Rd. @ Patrick Ct. 622 Scoon Rd. 807 Scoon Rd. 823 Scoon Rd. 802 Scoon Rd. 1022 Scoon Rd. 1372/1310 Scoon Rd. 511/513 Arrowsmith Rd. 71 Arrowsmith Rd. 1961 Maple Grove Rd. 1791 Maple Grove Rd. 1551 Maple Grove Rd. 1455 Maple Grove Rd. 1431 Maple Grove Rd. 1421 Maple Grove Rd. 1391 Maple Grove Rd. 1211 Maple Grove Rd. 1140 Maple Grove Rd. 535 Maple Grove Rd. 480 Maple Grove Rd. 81 W. Woodin Rd. 90 W. Woodin Rd. 705 W. Woodin Rd. 800 W. Woodin Rd. 880 W. Woodin Rd. 990 W. Woodin Rd. 171 Maple Grove Rd. 24003 Yakima Valley Hwy. Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 5 - PM Outlook Elementary School 24003 Yakima Valley Hwy. 171 Maple Grove Rd. 480 Maple Grove Rd. 535 Maple Grove Rd. 1140 Maple Grove Rd. 1211 Maple Grove Rd. 1372/1310 Scoon Rd. 1022 Scoon Rd. 802 Scoon Rd. 823 Scoon Rd. 807 Scoon Rd. 622 Scoon Rd. Scoon Rd. @ Patrick Ct 990 W. Woodin Rd. 880 W. Woodin Rd. 800 W. Woodin Rd. 705 W. Woodin Rd. 90 W. Woodin Rd. 81 W. Woodin Rd. 511/513 Arrowsmith Rd. 71 Arrowsmith Rd. 1961 Maple Grove Rd.

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1791 Maple Grove Rd. 1551 Maple Grove Rd. 1455 Maple Grove Rd. 1431 Maple Grove Rd. 1421 Maple Grove Rd. 1391 Maple Grove Rd.

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Route: 6 - AM 4310/4312 Independence Rd. 4300 Independence Rd. 3905 Independence Rd. 3541 Independence Rd. 3311/3313 Independence Rd. 2870 Independence Rd. 1270 Independence Rd. 420 Independence Rd. 1940 Dekker Rd. 30 Lowry Rd. 86 Lowry Rd. 1711 Price Rd. 1160 Price Rd. 931 Price Rd. 831 Price Rd. 481 Price Rd. 320 Price Rd. 160 Outlook R 350 Wellner Rd. 531 Wellner Rd. 240 Outlook Rd. 426 Outlook Rd. 460 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 1st Ave. Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 6 - PM Outlook Elementary School Outlook @ 1st Ave. 460 Outlook Rd. 426 Outlook Rd. 240 Outlook Rd. 210 Outlook Rd. 320 Price Rd. 481 Price Rd. 531 Wellner Rd. 350 Wellner Rd. 160 Outlook Rd. 831 Price Rd. 931 Price Rd. 1160 Price Rd. 1711 Price Rd. 86 Lowry Rd. 30 Lowry Rd. 420 Independence Rd. 1270 Independence Rd. 2870 Independence Rd. 3311/3313 Independence Rd. 3541 Independence Rd. 3905 Independence Rd. 4300 Independence Rd. 4310/4312 Independence Rd.

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Route: 7 - AM North Ave. and Victory Way 904 North Ave. 525 Rouse Rd. Rouse Rd. @ North Ave. Sun Valley Elementary Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 7 - PM Outlook Elementary School North Ave. and Victory Way 904 North Ave. 525 Rouse Rd. 411 Rouse Rd. North Ave. @ Bagley Dr.

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Route: 16 - AM 3841 Chaffee Rd. 3241 Phipps Rd. 2131 Reeves Rd. 2651 Reeves Rd. 3510 Reeves Rd. 3511 Reeves Rd. 1251 Arrowsmith Rd. 2661 Cemetery Rd. 2254/2252 Cemetery Rd. 2240 Cemetery Rd. 1461 Cemetery Rd. 1451/1461/1431 Cemetery Rd. 1391 Cemetery Rd. 210 Outlook Rd. 4050/4051 Outlook Rd. 3972 Outlook Rd. Outlook Rd. @ Rougk Ln. 3160 Outlook Rd. 3130 Outlook Rd. 3091/3090 Outlook Rd. 3070 Outlook Rd.

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3051 Outlook Rd. 2301 Outlook Rd. 2021 Outlook Rd. 2015 Outlook Rd. 1941 Outlook Rd. Spike Rd./1920 Outlook Rd. 1893 Outlook Rd. 1451 Outlook Rd. Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 16 - PM Outlook Elementary School Outlook Rd. @ S Nichols Rd. 1451 Outlook Rd. 1861 Outlook Rd. 1893 Outlook Rd. Spike Rd./1920 Outlook Rd. 1941 Outlook Rd. 2015 Outlook Rd. 2021 Outlook Rd. 2301 Outlook Rd. 3051 Outlook Rd. 3070 Outlook Rd. 3091/3090 Outlook Rd. 3130 Outlook Rd. 3160 Outlook Rd. Outlook Rd. @ Rougk Ln. 3972 Outlook Rd. 4050/4051 Outlook Rd. 1391 Cemetery Rd. 1451/1461/1431 Cemetery Rd. 1461 Cemetery Rd. 2240 Cemetery Rd. 2254/2252 Cemetery Rd. 2661 Cemetery Rd. 1251 Arrowsmith Rd. 3511 Reeves Rd. 3510 Reeves Rd. 2651 Reeves Rd. 2131 Reeves Rd. 3241 Phipps Rd. 3841 Chaffee Rd.

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Route: 23 - AM 1526 North Ave. North Ave. @ McClain Dr. 1314 North Ave. North Ave. @ Bagley Dr. 700 Bagley Dr. Bagley Dr. @ Beckner Rd. Beckner Rd. @ McClain Dr. 700 McClain Dr. Sun Valley Elementary Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 23 - PM Outlook Elementary School North Ave. @ Bagley Dr. 1314 North Ave. North Ave. @ McClain Dr. 700 McClain Dr. McClain Dr. @ Beckner Alley Beckner Rd. @ Bagley Dr. 700 Bagley Dr. 1526 North Ave.

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Route: 24 - AM North Ave. @ Doolittle Ave. North Ave. @ N. 4th St. North Ave. @ Woods Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Gap & Concord Dr. 4600 Gap Rd. Gap Rd. @ S. Outlook Rd. 3510 Gap Rd. 3400 Gap Rd. 2690 Gap Rd. 1961 Gap Rd. Outlook @ 2nd Ave. 790 Outlook Rd. 871 Outlook Rd. 903 outlook Rd. 910 Outlook Rd. Outlook Rd. @ S. Nichols Rd. Outlook Elementary School

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Route: 24 - PM Outlook Elementary School 910 Outlook Rd. 903 outlook Rd. 871 Outlook Rd. 790 Outlook Rd. Outlook @ 2nd Ave. 1961 Gap Rd. 2690 Gap Rd. 3400 Gap Rd. 3510 Gap Rd. Gap Rd. @ S. Outlook Rd. 4600 Gap Rd.

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Gap & Concord Dr. North Ave. @ Woods Rd. North Ave. @ N. 4th St. North Ave. @ Doolittle Ave. Route: 27 - AM 270 N. Price Rd. Knowles Rd. @ Dekker Rd. 7930 E. Zillah Dr Chapelle Rd. @ N. Chapelle Rd. Chapelle Rd./Wagoner 5611 N. Outlook Rd. 4652 N. Outlook Rd. 101 Phipps Rd. 525 Tomlinson Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Maires Rd. 1001 Chaffee Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Kershaw Heights Rd. 630 E. Merz Rd. 1160 Phipps Rd. 3250 N. Outlook Rd./3251 N. Outlook Rd. 2731 N. Outlook Rd. Outlook Elementary School Route: 27 - PM Outlook Elementary School 2731 N. Outlook Rd. 270 N. Price Rd. Knowles Rd. @ Dekker Rd. 3250 N. Outlook Rd./3251 N. Outlook Rd. 101 Phipps Rd. 525 Tomlinson Rd. 7930 E. Zillah Dr Chapelle Rd. @ N. Chapelle Rd. Chapelle Rd./Wagoner 5611 N. Outlook Rd. 4652 N. Outlook Rd. 1160 Phipps Rd. 630 E. Merz Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Kershaw Heights Rd. 1001 Chaffee Rd. Chaffee Rd. @ Maires Rd.

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Route: 2 - AM 2700 Allen Rd. 2600 Allen Rd. Allen Rd. @ Baze Ln. Allen Rd. @ Penn Ave. 2109 Allen Rd. 2006 Allen Rd. 1904 Allen Rd. 1810-1814 Allen Rd. Saul Rd. and Newhouse Saul Rd. @ Otis 1605 Saul Rd. 1700 Saul Rd. Saul Rd. and Newhouse Pioneer Elementary Sun Valley Elementary Pioneer Elementary

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Route: 2 - PM Sun Valley Elementary Pioneer Elementary 2700 Allen Rd. Allen Rd. @ Penn Ave. 2109 Allen Rd. 2010 Allen Rd. 2006 Allen Rd. 1904 Allen Rd. 1810-1814 Allen Rd. Saul Rd. and Newhouse Saul Rd. @ Otis 1605 Saul Rd. 1700 Saul Rd.

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Route: 11 - AM Alexander @ Cody Ln. 1471 Alexander Rd. 1511 Alexander Rd. 1591 Alexander Rd. 2412 Alexander Rd. 1151 Braden Rd. 1352 Braden Rd. 1620 Braden Rd. 1650 Braden Rd. 1781 Braden Rd. 1892/1896 Braden Rd. 1981 Braden Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd.

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1951 Waneta Rd. 1951 Waneta Rd. 70/71 Willowcrest Rd. 220 Willowcrest Rd. 270 Willowcrest Rd. 301 Willowcrest Rd. 330 Willowcrest Rd. 410 Willowcrest Rd. 441 Willowcrest Rd. 471 Willowcrest Rd./470 Willowcrest Rd. 720 Willowcrest Rd. 760 Willowcrest Rd. 3670 Stover Rd. Stover Rd. @ Den Boer Rd. Stover Rd. @ Waneta Rd. 2320 Waneta Rd. 2360 Waneta Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 1571 Waneta Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Route: 11 - PM Pioneer Elementary Alexander @ Cody Ln. 1471 Alexander Rd. 1591 Alexander Rd. 2412 Alexander Rd. 1151 Braden Rd. 1352 Braden Rd. 1620 Braden Rd. 1650 Braden Rd. 1781 Braden Rd. 1892/1896 Braden Rd. 1981 Braden Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd. 1951 Waneta Rd. 1951 Waneta Rd. 70/71 Willowcrest Rd. 220 Willowcrest Rd. 270 Willowcrest Rd. 301 Willowcrest Rd. 330 Willowcrest Rd. 410 Willowcrest Rd. 471 Willowcrest Rd./470 Willowcrest Rd. 720 Willowcrest Rd. 760 Willowcrest Rd. 3670 Stover Rd. Stover Rd. @ Den Boer Rd. Stover Rd. @ Waneta Rd. 2320 Waneta Rd. 2360 Waneta Rd. 2290 Waneta Rd. 2240 Waneta Rd. 1571 Waneta Rd. Route: 12 - AM Alexander @ N&S McLean Rd. 1320 Midvale Rd. 90 Bishop Rd. 921 Bishop Rd. 1830 Snipes Pump Rd. 1860 Snipes Pump Rd. 790 Murray Rd. 720 Murray Rd. 681 Murray Rd. 650 Murray Rd. 110 Linderman Rd. 250/261 Linderman Rd. 721/720 Linderman Rd. 810 Linderman Rd. 900 Linderman Rd. 90 Green Giant Rd. 131 Green Giant Rd. 220 Green Giant Rd. 201 Green Giant Rd. 241 Green Giant Rd. 261 Green Giant Rd./291 Green Giant Rd. 381 Green Giant Rd. 400 Green Giant Rd. 431 Green Giant Rd. 480 Murray Rd. 140/141 Murray Rd. 2291 Midvale Rd. 2230 Midvale Rd.

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2070 Midvale Rd. 750 Midvale Rd. 2100 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2030 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2011 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. S. 16th St. @ Idabelle Ln. Sun Valley Elementary Route: 12 - PM Pioneer Elementary S. 16th St. @ Idabelle Ln. Alexander @ N&S McLean Rd. 750 Midvale Rd. 1320 Midvale Rd. 90 Bishop Rd. 921 Bishop Rd. 1830 Snipes Pump Rd. 1860 Snipes Pump Rd. 790 Murray Rd. 720 Murray Rd. 681 Murray Rd. 650 Murray Rd. 110 Linderman Rd. 250 Linderman Rd. 250/261 Linderman Rd. 721/720 Linderman Rd. 810 Linderman Rd. 900 Linderman Rd. 431 Green Giant Rd. 400 Green Giant Rd. 381 Green Giant Rd. 261 Green Giant Rd./291 Green Giant Rd. 241 Green Giant Rd. 201 Green Giant Rd. 220 Green Giant Rd. 131 Green Giant Rd. 90 Green Giant Rd. 480 Murray Rd. 140/141 Murray Rd. 2291 Midvale Rd. 2230 Midvale Rd. 2070 Midvale Rd.

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Route: 13 - AM 2581 Midvale Rd. 2600 Midvale Rd. 3561 Midvale Rd. 1141/1140 Holaday Rd. 1770 Holaday Rd. 1831/1841/1843 Green Valley Rd. 1520 Green Valley Rd. 701 Morse Rd. Morse Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 231 Morse Rd. 202 Morse Rd. 161 Morse Rd. 91 Morse Rd. 4570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4550 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. Sunnyside Mabton Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 4471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4240 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4200 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. @ Stover Rd. 4180 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4151 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3661 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3650 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3610 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3601 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3561 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3390 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3371 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3361 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2621 Sunnyside Mabton Rd.

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Route: 13 - PM Pioneer Elementary 2011 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2030 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2100 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2130 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 2621 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3361 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3371 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3390 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3561 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3601 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3610 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3661 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 3691 Sunnyside Mabton Rd.

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4:03 pm 4151 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:04 pm 4180 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:04 pm 4200 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. @ Stover Rd. 4:05 pm 4240 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:06 pm 4471 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:07 pm 4550 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:07 pm 4570 Sunnyside Mabton Rd. 4:08 pm 91 Morse Rd. 4:08 pm 161 Morse Rd. 4:09 pm 202 Morse Rd. 4:09 pm 231 Morse Rd. 4:10 pm Morse Rd. @ Sandy Ln. 4:11 pm 701 Morse Rd. 4:16 pm 3561 Midvale Rd. 4:17 pm 1141/1140 Holaday Rd. 4:20 pm 1770 Holaday Rd. 4:24 pm 1831/1841/1843 Green Valley Rd. 4:25 pm 1520 Green Valley Rd. 4:28 pm 2600 Midvale Rd. 4:29 pm 2581 Midvale Rd. 7:30 am 7:30 am 7:31 am 7:31 am 7:31 am 7:32 am 7:35 am 7:42 am 7:43 am 7:44 am 7:44 am 7:44 am 7:45 am 7:49 am 7:50 am 7:51 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:53 am 7:53 am 7:54 am 7:57 am 7:57 am 7:59 am 7:59 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:05 am 8:05 am 8:05 am 8:06 am 8:08 am 8:26 am 8:35 am 3:40 pm 3:58 pm 4:00 pm 4:01 pm 4:01 pm 4:02 pm 4:03 pm 4:03 pm 4:04 pm 4:04 pm 4:05 pm 4:06 pm 4:07 pm 4:07 pm 4:08 pm 4:08 pm 4:09 pm 4:09 pm 4:10 pm 4:11 pm 4:11 pm 4:12 pm 4:13 pm 4:13 pm 4:14 pm 4:15 pm 4:17 pm 4:17 pm 4:22 pm 4:23 pm 4:28 pm 4:35 pm

Route: 15 - AM 958 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1000 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1162 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1300/1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1470/1472 Wendell Phillips Rd. 2730 Green Valley Rd. 1721 Murray Rd. 1901 Murray Rd. 1741 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1631 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1631/1621 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1531 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1081 Bishop Rd. 1061 Snipes Pump Rd. 153/151 Randel Rd. 410 Randel Rd. 450 Randel Rd. 471 Randel Rd. 504 Randel Rd. 721 Randel Rd. 871 Randel Rd. 1430 S. Emerald Rd. 1481/1483 S. Emerald Rd. 2700 Murray Rd. 2550 Murray Rd. 2230 Murray Rd. 2090 Murray Rd. 830 Snipes Pump Rd. Snipes Pump and Camp Ln./741 Snipes Pump Rd. 741 Snipes Pump Rd. 671/691 Snipes Pump Rd. 241 Snipes Pump Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Pioneer Elementary Route: 15 - PM Pioneer Elementary 241 Snipes Pump Rd. 671/691 Snipes Pump Rd. Snipes Pump and Camp Ln./741 Snipes Pump Rd. 830 Snipes Pump Rd. 153/151 Randel Rd. 410 Randel Rd. 450 Randel Rd. 471 Randel Rd. 504 Randel Rd. 721 Randel Rd. 871 Randel Rd. 958 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1000 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1162 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1300/1260 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1470/1472 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1531 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1631/1621 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1631 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1741 Wendell Phillips Rd. 2090 Murray Rd. 2230 Murray Rd. 2550 Murray Rd. 2700 Murray Rd. 1481/1483 S. Emerald Rd. 1430 S. Emerald Rd. 1061 Snipes Pump Rd. 1081 Bishop Rd. 1721 Murray Rd. 2730 Green Valley Rd.

Route: 20 - AM 7:54 am S. 1st St. & Parkland 7:56 am W. South Hill Rd. @ Jersey St.

AUGUST 20, 2013 7:56 am 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 8:05 am S 1st @ Olive St. 8:15 am Sun Valley Elementary 8:25 am Pioneer Elementary Route: 20 - PM 3:40 pm Pioneer Elementary 3:59 pm W. South Hill Rd. @ Jersey St. 4:02 pm 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 4:08 pm McBride St. @ W. South Hill Rd. 4:12 pm S. 1st @ Olive St. 4:13 pm S. 1st St. & Parkland 7:35 am 7:36 am 7:37 am 7:38 am 7:38 am 7:39 am 7:40 am 7:40 am 7:42 am 7:42 am 7:48 am 7:49 am 7:49 am 7:50 am 7:59 am 7:59 am 8:00 am 8:01 am 8:03 am 8:04 am 8:05 am 8:05 am 8:06 am 8:06 am 8:23 am 8:40 am

Route: 22 - AM Wendell Phillips Rd. @ Camp Ln. 291 Wendell Phillips Rd. 958/839 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1140 Randel Rd. 1251 Randel Rd. 1610 Randel Rd. 1703 Randel Rd. 1740 Randel Rd. 500/501 S. Emerald Rd. 500/432 S. Emerald Rd. 3400 Emerald Rd. 3021 Emerald Rd. 2821 Emerald Rd. 2811 Emerald Rd. 6845 Emerald Rd. 6845 Emerald Rd. 6880 Emerald Rd. 7191 Emerald Rd. Emerald Rd. @ Us Grape Rd. 8571 Emerald Rd. 8651 Emerald Rd. 8731/8741 Emerald Rd. 9030 Emerald Rd. Emerald Rd. and Portview Ln. Sun Valley Elementary Pioneer Elementary

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Route: 22 - PM Pioneer Elementary Emerald Rd. and Portview Ln. 9030 Emerald Rd. 8731/8741 Emerald Rd. 8651 Emerald Rd. 8571 Emerald Rd. Emerald Rd. @ Us Grape Rd. Wendell Phillips Rd. @ Camp Ln. 291 Wendell Phillips Rd. 958/839 Wendell Phillips Rd. 1140 Randel Rd. 1251 Randel Rd. 1610 Randel Rd. 1703 Randel Rd. 1740 Randel Rd. 500/501 S. Emerald Rd. 500/432 S. Emerald Rd. 3400 Emerald Rd. 3021 Emerald Rd. 2821 Emerald Rd. 2811 Emerald Rd. 6845 Emerald Rd. 6845 Emerald Rd. 6880 Emerald Rd. 7191 Emerald Rd.

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Route: 29 - AM South Hill @ Cascade Way 730 W. South Hill Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Pioneer Elementary

Route: 29 - PM 3:40 pm Pioneer Elementary 4:02 pm South Hill @ Cascade Way 4:15 pm 730 W. South Hill Rd. Route: 30 - AM 8:01 am W. South Hill Rd. @ Jersey St. 8:04 am 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt. 8:10 am McBride St. @ W. South Hill Rd. 8:22 am Sun Valley Elementary 8:40 am Pioneer Elementary 3:10 pm 3:26 pm 3:27 pm 3:34 pm 4:05 pm

Route: 30 - PM Sun Valley Elementary North Ave. @ Doolittle Ave. North Ave. @ Woods Rd. Pioneer Elementary 410 W. South Hill Rd. @ South Hill Apt.

CHIEF KAMIAKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL/ SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Route: 8 - AM 193 Cantrell Rd. 1793 State Route 241 51 Rader Rd. 311 Rader Rd. 450 Rader Rd. Rader Rd. @ Ray Rd. 3730 Sheller Rd. 4381 Sheller Rd. 280 Bridgeman Rd. 2051 Ray Rd. 2261 Ray Rd. 2331 Ray Rd. 2360 Ray Rd. 2380 Ray Rd. 2391 Ray Rd. 3610 Sheller Rd. 2840 Sheller Rd. 2675 Sheller Rd. 2631 Sheller Rd. 2393 Sheller Rd. 2160 Sheller Rd. 2091 Sheller Rd. 2061 Sheller Rd. 2051 Sheller Rd. 1981/1871 Sheller Rd. 1905/1781 Sheller Rd. 1871 Sheller Rd. 1650 Sheller Rd. Grant St. side Sunnyside Presbyterian Church 8:13 am Sun Valley Elementary 7:33 am 7:35 am 7:35 am 7:36 am 7:37 am 7:40 am 7:42 am 7:44 am 7:45 am 7:51 am 7:51 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:53 am 7:54 am 7:55 am 7:55 am 7:56 am 7:56 am 7:57 am 7:57 am 7:57 am 7:58 am 7:58 am 7:58 am 7:59 am 8:02 am

Route: 8 - PM 3:15 pm Sun Valley Elementary 3:28 pm Grant St. side Sunnyside Presbyterian Church 3:34 pm Chief Kamiakin Elementary School 3:50 pm 1650 Sheller Rd. 3:50 pm Sheller Rd. @ Sheller Ct. 3:51 pm 1871 Sheller Rd. 3:51 pm 1905/1781 Sheller Rd. 3:51 pm 1981/1871 Sheller Rd. 3:51 pm 2051 Sheller Rd. 3:51 pm 2061 Sheller Rd. 3:52 pm 2131 Sheller Rd. 3:52 pm 2160 Sheller Rd. 3:53 pm 2393 Sheller Rd. 3:58 pm 193 Cantrell Rd. 4:00 pm 1793 State Route 241 4:00 pm 51 Rader Rd. 4:01 pm 311 Rader Rd. 4:02 pm 450 Rader Rd. 4:05 pm Rader Rd. @ Ray Rd. 4:07 pm 2391 Ray Rd. 4:07 pm 2380 Ray Rd. 4:07 pm 2360 Ray Rd. 4:07 pm 2351 Ray Rd. 4:08 pm 2331 Ray Rd. 4:08 pm 2261 Ray Rd. 4:08 pm 2051 Ray Rd. 4:14 pm 280 Bridgeman Rd. 4:16 pm 4381 Sheller Rd. 4:17 pm 3730 Sheller Rd. 4:17 pm 3610 Sheller Rd. 4:19 pm 2840 Sheller Rd. 4:19 pm 2675 Sheller Rd. 4:19 pm 2671/2631 Sheller Rd. Route: 9 - AM 7:06 am State Route 241 @ State Route 24 7:10 am State Route 241 @ Cielo Vista 7:28 am 4870 State Route 241 7:28 am 4711 State Route 241 7:28 am State Route 241 @ Lewandowski Rd. 7:29 am 4151 State Route 241 7:31 am 3471 State Route 241 7:33 am 1151 N Ray Rd. 7:34 am 1050 S.L.I. Rd. 7:35 am 1410 S.L.I. Rd. 7:35 am 1611 S.L.I. Rd. 7:38 am 5881 Bethany Rd. A 7:43 am 6180/6182 Bethany Rd. 7:45 am 12091 Van Belle Rd. 7:49 am 12091 Van Belle Rd. 7:52 am 2041/2040 Bridgeman Rd. 7:57 am 740 N Ray Rd. 7:58 am 471 N Ray Rd. 8:03 am 922 Kriner Rd. see “Bus Schedule” next page

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891 Kriner Rd. 620 Kriner Rd. 510 Kriner Rd. 431/433 Kriner Rd. 371 Kriner Rd. 321 Kriner Rd. 310 Kriner Rd. 121 Kriner Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Chief Kamiakin Elementary School

Route: 9 - PM 3:15 pm Sun Valley Elementary These stops are Kinder Only 3:23 pm Beckner Alley @ McClain Dr. 3:24 pm Cemetery/Fairview 3:24 pm 604 Cemetery Rd. 3:24 pm 508 Cemetery Rd. 3:25 pm 429 Cemetery Rd. 3:25 pm 525 Rouse Rd. 3:26 pm 700 Bagley Dr. 3:27 pm Bagley Dr. @ North Ave. 3:27 pm North Ave. @ McClain Dr. 3:27 pm 700 McClain Dr. These stops are all students 3:32 pm Chief Kamiakin Elementary School 3:52 pm 121 Kriner Rd. 3:52 pm 310 Kriner Rd. 3:52 pm 321 Kriner Rd. 3:53 pm 371 Kriner Rd. 3:53 pm 431/433 Kriner Rd. 3:53 pm 510 Kriner Rd. 3:54 pm 620 Kriner Rd. 3:55 pm 891 Kriner Rd. 3:55 pm 922 Kriner Rd. 4:00 pm 1151 N Ray Rd. 4:01 pm 1050 S.L.I. Rd. 4:01 pm 1410 S.L.I. Rd. 4:02 pm 1611 S.L.I. Rd. 4:04 pm 5881 Bethany Rd. A 4:05 pm 6180/6182 Bethany Rd. 4:07 pm 12091 Van Belle Rd. 4:11 pm 12091 Van Belle Rd. 4:13 pm 2041/2040 Bridgeman Rd. 4:18 pm 740 N. Ray Rd. 4:19 pm 471 N. Ray Rd. 4:25 pm 3471 State Route 4:26 pm 4151 State Route 241 4:27 pm State Route 241 @ Lewandowski Rd. 4:27 pm 4711 State Rt 241 4:27 pm 4870 State Route 241 4:48 pm State Route 241 @ State Route 24 4:52 pm State Route 241@Cielo Vista 7:38 am 7:39 am 7:39 am 7:40 am 7:44 am 7:45 am 7:46 am 7:49 am 7:49 am 7:52 am 7:52 am 7:55 am 7:55 am 7:56 am 7:56 am 7:57 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:01 am 8:01 am 8:01 am 8:04 am 8:04 am 8:06 am 8:08 am 8:16 am 8:25 am

Route: 10 - AM 440 E. Allen Rd. 586 E. Allen Rd. 704 E. Allen Rd. 750 E. Allen Rd. 1750 E. Allen Rd. 2070 E. Allen Rd. 1971 N. Puterbaugh Rd. 1321 E. Alexander Rd. 1170 E. Alexander Rd. 1300 Ferson Rd. 1300 Ferson Rd. 1201 Ray Rd. 1231 Ray Rd. 1233 Ray Rd. 1500 Ray Rd. 3840 E. Edison Rd. 3111 E. Edison Rd. 3191 E. Edison Rd. 3180 E. Edison Rd. 3151 E. Edison Rd. 3140 E. Edison Rd. 3131 E. Edison Rd. 2980/2982 E. Edison Rd. 2640 Yakima Valley Hwy. 2330 Yakima Valley Hwy. 2335 E. Edison Rd. 2400 E. Edison Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Chief Kamiakin Elementary School

BACK TO SCHOOL Route: 10 - PM 3:30 pm Chief Kamiakin Elementary School 3:55 pm 2640 Yakima Valley Hwy. 3:56 pm 2330 Yakima Valley Hwy. 3:59 pm 2335 E. Edison Rd. 4:02 pm 2400 E. Edison Rd. 4:06 pm 2980/2982 E. Edison Rd. 4:07 pm 3131 E. Edison Rd. 4:08 pm 3140 E. Edison Rd. 4:08 pm 3151 E. Edison Rd. 4:08 pm 3180 E. Edison Rd. 4:09 pm 3191 E. Edison Rd. 4:09 pm 3111 E. Edison Rd. 4:12 pm 3840 E. Edison Rd. 4:13 pm 1500 Ray Rd. 4:14 pm 1233 Ray Rd. 4:14 pm 1231 Ray Rd. 4:14 pm 1201 Ray Rd. 4:16 pm 1440 E. Allen Rd. 4:18 pm 1750 E. Allen Rd. 4:20 pm 2070 E. Allen Rd. 4:20 pm 1971 N. Puterbaugh Rd. 4:23 pm 1321 E. Alexander Rd. 4:24 pm 1170 E. Alexander Rd. 4:26 pm 1300 Ferson Rd. 4:27 pm 1300 Ferson Rd. 4:31 pm 750 E. Allen Rd. 4:32 pm 704 E. Allen Rd. 4:32 pm 582 E. Allen Rd. 4:33 pm 440 E. Allen Rd. Route: 14 - AM Lincoln @ Carnation Ave. W. Madison @ Nicolai Ave. Nicolai @ Heffron Chief Kamiakin Elementary School 8:30 am Sun Valley Elementary

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Route: 14 - PM Sun Valley Elementary 330 N. 16th St. (Kinder Only Stop) Chief Kamiakin Elementary School Lincoln @ Carnation Ave. W. Madison @ Nicolai Ave. Nicolai @ Heffron

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Route: 17 - AM 881 Holmason Rd. 4633 N. County Line Rd. Webster Rd. @ Carousel Ln. 411 Webster Rd. 6651 Sheller Rd. 1951 Harrison Rd. 1771 Harrison Rd. 1641 Harrison Rd. 7030 E. Edison Rd. 5641 E. Edison Rd. 5641 E. Edison Rd. 3910 E. Edison Rd. 330 N. 16th St. Sun Valley Elementary Chief Kamiakin Elementary School

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Route: 17 - PM Sun Valley Elementary Chief Kamiakin Elementary School 330 N. 16th St. 3910 E. Edison Rd. 5641 E. Edison Rd. 5641 E. Edison Rd. 7030 E. Edison Rd. 1641 Harrison Rd. 1771 Harrison Rd. 1951 Harrison Rd. 6651 Sheller Rd. 411 Webster Rd. Webster Rd. @ Carousel Ln. 4633 N. County Line Rd. 881 Holmason Rd.

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Route: 28 - AM 2170 Arrowsmith Rd. 2400 Arrowsmith Rd. 7390 Independence Rd. 6791/6793 Independence Rd. 6410 Independence Rd. 3080 Washout Rd. 2930 Washout Rd. 2240 Washout Rd. 2244 Washout Rd. 8700/8702 Van Belle Rd. 8900 Van Belle Rd. 2221 State Route 241 2323 State Route 241 501 Continental Rd. 1380 Washout Rd. 1361 Washout Rd.

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1331 Washout Rd. 1121 Washout Rd. North Ave. @ N. 15th Ave. North Ave. @ McClain Dr. North Ave. @ N. 14th St. 1314 North Ave. @ Sunnyview Apt North Ave. and 13th North Ave. @ Bagley Dr. North Ave. @ Weatherwax Ave. North Ave. @ Rouse Rd. North Ave. @ N. 10th St. Sun Valley Elementary Chief Kamiakin Elementary School

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Route: 28 - PM Chief Kamiakin Elementary School North Ave. @ N. 15th Ave. North Ave. @ N. 14th St. 1314 North Ave. North Ave. and 13th North Ave. @ Weatherwax Ave. North Ave. @ Rouse Rd. North Ave. @ N. 10th St. 1121 Washout Rd. 1331 Washout Rd. 1361 Washout Rd. 1380 Washout Rd. 2244 Washout Rd. 501 Continental Rd. 2323 State Route 241 2221 State Route 241 8900 Van Belle Rd. 8700/8702 Van Belle Rd. 2240 Washout Rd. 2170 Arrowsmith Rd. 2400 Arrowsmith Rd. 7390 Independence Rd. 6791/6793 Independence Rd. 6410 Independence Rd. 3080 Washout Rd. 2930 Washout Rd.

WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL/ SUN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Route: 19 - AM 7:47 am S. 1st and Maple Way 7:53 am SW Crescent Ave. @ Rossier St. 7:55 am SW Crescent Ave. @ Woodward Ave. 7:59 am SW Crescent Ave. @ Orchard Ave. 8:00 am SW Crescent Ave. @ Heffron Rd. 8:01 am Heffron & Riverside Ave. 8:04 am W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave. 8:05 am W. Riverside Ave. @ S. Lester Rd. 8:05 am 211 S. Lester rd 8:06 am 401 S. Lester Rd. 8:06 am 460 S. Lester Rd. 8:07 am 527 S. Lester Rd. 8:08 am S. Lester @ Snipes Canal 8:09 am 110 Snipes Canal 8:19 am Sun Valley Elementary 8:30 am Washington Elementary 3:15 pm 3:33 pm 3:59 pm 4:07 pm 4:09 pm 4:12 pm 4:13 pm 4:15 pm 4:17 pm 4:18 pm 4:19 pm 4:19 pm 4:20 pm 4:20 pm 4:21 pm 4:22 pm 4:27 pm 8:03 am 8:10 am 8:27 am 8:40 am

Route: 19 - PM Sun Valley Elementary Washington Elementary School S. 1st and Maple Way SW Crescent Ave. @ Rossier St. SW Crescent Ave. @ Woodward Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Orchard Ave. SW Crescent Ave. @ Heffron Rd. Heffron & Riverside Ave. W. Riverside Ave. @ W. Grandview Ave. W. Riverside Ave. @ S. Lester Rd. 211 S. Lester rd 401 S. Lester Rd. 460 S. Lester Rd. 527 S. Lester Rd. S. Lester @ Snipes Canal 110 Snipes Canal 209/208 Yakima Valley Hwy. Route: 21 - AM Kinder Group Stop @ Lincoln Portables W. Edison @ Maple Ave. Sun Valley Elementary Washington Elementary

Route: 21 - PM 3:10 pm Sun Valley Elementary 3:28 pm Kinder Group Stop @ Lincoln

DAILY SUN NEWS - 15 Portables (Kinder Only Stop) 3:41 pm Washington Elementary School 4:01 pm W. Edison @ Maple Ave. Route: 25 - AM 8:09 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Hamilton Dr. 8:12 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Lookout Dr. 8:13 am NW Crescent Ave. @ San Clemente Ave. 8:13 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Buena Vista Ave. 8:15 am NW Crescant & Ravine Dr. 8:16 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Thompson Dr. 8:16 am NW Crescent Ave. @ W Terry St. 8:18 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Mayhew 8:19 am NW Crescent Ave. @ Dayton Dr. 8:21 am 1201 NW Crescent Ave. 8:30 am Sun Valley Elementary 8:40 am Washington Elementary 3:10 pm 3:28 pm 3:56 pm 4:00 pm 4:01 pm 4:02 pm 4:04 pm 4:05 pm 4:06 pm 4:08 pm 4:09 pm 4:11 pm

Route: 25 - PM Sun Valley Elementary Washington Elementary School NW Crescent Ave. @ Hamilton Dr. NW Crescent Ave. @ Lookout Dr. NW Crescent Ave. @ San Clemente Ave. NW Crescent Ave. @ Buena Vista Ave. NW Crescant & Ravine Dr. NW Crescent Ave. @ Thompson Dr. NW Crescent Ave. @ W Terry St. NW Crescent Ave. @ Mayhew NW Crescent Ave. @ Dayton Dr. 1201 NW Crescent Ave.

Route: 31 - AM 7:48 am W. Edison Ave. @ 2nd Ave.

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E. Edison Ave. @ S. 1st St. 233 W. Edison Ave. 322 W. Edison Ave. W. Edison Ave. @ Villa Real Dr. 704 W. Edison Ave. 808 W. Edison Ave. 1040/1042 W. Edison Ave. 200 Swan Rd. 350 Swan Rd. 401 Swan Rd. 450 Swan Rd. Swan Rd. @ Columbia Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vista Ave. Upland Dr @ W Grandview Ave. 180 Swan Rd. 150 Swan Rd. Sun Valley Elementary Washington Elementary

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Route: 31 - PM Sun Valley Elementary Washington Elementary School W. Edison Ave. @ 2nd Ave. E. Edison Ave. @ S. 1st St. 233 W. Edison Ave. 322 W. Edison Ave. W. Edison Ave. @ Villa Real Dr. 704 W. Edison Ave. 808 W. Edison Ave. 1040/1042 W. Edison Ave. 200 Swan Rd. 350 Swan Rd. 401 Swan Rd. 450 Swan Rd. Swan Rd. @ Columbia Ave. Swan Rd. @ Vista Ave. Upland Dr @ W. Grandview Ave. 180 Swan Rd. 150 Swan Rd.

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Tips for healthier children this school year (StatePoint) Childhood obesity rates have skyrocketed over the past 30 years. Right now, one-third of American children are overweight or obese. “Unfortunately, healthy eating for kids isn’t always stressed consistently,” says Debbie Blacher, founder of Wholesome Tummies, a children’s food franchise devoted to bringing nutritious meals to schools. “Many kids lack access to nutritious food and good information about healthful eating and behaviors.” Since most children consume half their daily calories at school, healthy eating habits must be addressed both at home and in the classroom, she stresses. Blacher, a mom herself and an expert on crafting healthful school lunches, is offering these lunch packing tips for parents: - Make a bento box: Instead of packing the traditional entree and sides, make lunch out of small snacks in a multi-compartment box. Hardboiled eggs, raisins, an apple or other fresh fruit, crackers, tuna fish, pasta salad, veggies, dips and more. - Travel the world: Go with an international theme each day, such as Mexican, Asian or Italian. Include an educational note about the meal’s origin.

- Include a surprise: Children love surprises, such as favorite photos, stickers or a reminder about an upcoming event. A lunch box surprise can make a child’s day extra special. Busy parents may not have the time to pack lunch each day. But programs like Wholesome Tummies are providing schools with affordable, healthy, kid-friendly lunches. But nutrition is only half the equation. As screen time competes for children’s attention, active time is decreasing. And exercise is crucial to preventing obesity, improving motor skills and providing a social outlet. Unfortunately, not all children are receptive. “One of the biggest challenges is getting shy kids to participate,” says Jyl Camhi, co-founder of Great Play, a children’s gym franchise. Camhi is offering tips to coax a child forward in a group fitness scenario: - Allow spectating: The first time in a new environment can be emotionally draining. Parents should allow children to stay for an entire class without participating and return the next time. - Never force participation: Parents should be a source of comfort for a child while he or she sits on the see “Healthier children” next page

Encouraging children to participate in sports and other activities can help reduce obesity rates later on in life.

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Tips for talking to your children about bullying (StatePoint) Think bullying is just harmless teasing? An estimated 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students, according to the National Education Association. Yale health researchers have found a connection between suicide - the fourth leading cause of death in children ages 10 to 14 - and bullying and being bullied. Experts say that children themselves have the power to put a stop to bullying. Unfortunately, both victims and bystanders don’t always know the best way to handle bullying situations as they occur. “Most kids feel terrible when they see friends or classmates get bullied. They want to help, but they don’t know what to do,” said Alice Cahn, Cartoon Network Vice President of Social Responsibility. “Having strategies for these situations can help prepare children to intervene when the time comes.” With this in mind, Cartoon Network launched the award-winning Stop Bullying: Speak Up in 2010 to educate children on what to do when they see friends getting bullied. In partnership with official advisors, including staff from the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services, the bullying prevention campaign aims to put a stop to this common and serious problem. The pro-social campaign is offering these tips for parents and children to help stop bullying in schools: - Tell an adult: When someone gets bullied, children need to tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult. Talking about bullying isn’t

tattling or snitching. It’s helping someone out. - Be friendly: Bullying can make a victim feel alienated and lonely. Saying a few kind words to the person who has been bullied makes a huge difference. - Volunteer: Each school’s bullying prevention program needs parents and students to help encourage everyone to speak up against bullying. - Say it loud: Ask the school to fly or display the official Stop Bullying: Speak Up flag, which indicates that the school is a place where bullying actions will not be tolerated. - Learn more: Free online resources can help children learn how to deal with bullies. Visit StopBullyingSpeakUp.com to access public service announcements, two 30-minute documentaries and tips sheets for parents and teachers that offer a step-by-step guide for safe and effective ways to be an active bullying bystander. The site also provides links to the AntiDefamation League, Boys and Girls Club of America and other partners providing expert advice about bullying. All materials are available in English and Spanish. “Don’t stop there,” said Cahn. “These resources are meant to spark a conversation.” No child should feel like his or her school is not a safe place to learn. Parents, teachers and students can work together to make a difference. Cartoon Network launched an anti-bullying campaign in 2010 to help children deal with the pervasive problem.

Back to school tips to get homes organized for a successful school year (StatePoint) When the carefree summer comes to an end, getting the family ready to go back to school can seem a little daunting. Establishing a routine will help students kick off the new school year and reduce stress for the whole family. “Going back to school is a pivotal time for children and families across the country,” said A dedicated space for studying can help students focus and Wendy Froehlich, stay on top of their schoolwork. vice president of marketing for Homes.com. “Get your home and life organized now to ensure the transition is smooth and the school year is the best yet.” With that in mind, Homes.com is offering tips to help beat the back to school blues and ensure an A+ performance year-round. - Eliminate clutter: Designate a specific location to store school papers and materials. This will keep homework and projects from getting lost or in the way. Label individual baskets for each child. see “Homes organized” next page

Grandview school supply lists online GRANDVIEW – Students and parents seeking back-to-school supply lists may find them online at gsd200.org. The supply lists vary between schools and grade levels, so parents are urged to access the lists to ensure students are prepared for

the 2013-14 academic year. Common supplies include items like pencils, paper, binders, pencil boxes and glue sticks. For those without internet access supply lists can be found at the Sunnyside Wal-Mart store.

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sidelines. Children will feed off their parent’s energy. - Look for peer leaders: Outgoing children are often thrilled to help another child feel more comfortable. - Sometimes leaving helps: Often times children behave better when they don’t have a parental crutch to lean on. - Pay attention to leaders’ personalities: Whether it is classes, sports or school, the leader can make or break the experience. Does the coach make children comfortable? Parents should look for telltale signs and find a coach that works well with their child. There are some trends not worth following - and an unhealthy lifestyle is one of them. With the right tools and tricks parents can be a positive influence on their children’s health.

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Math understanding key to success for girls (StatePoint) An epidemic is sweeping the nation. Girls are at a disadvantage when it comes to success in math and science, and the future does not look bright if parents don’t act now. In the next 10 years, 80 percent of all jobs will require technical skills, according to Labor Department statistics. And jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields are expected to grow twice as fast as all jobs. But currently, the ratio of boys to girls enrolled in STEM courses is a staggering six to one, putting girls at a severe disadvantage to excel in these fields in the future. STEM jobs require strong mathematical aptitude. So when it comes to a girl’s math classes, these statistics should motivate parents to not let her off the hook. From design to computer science, studying math now means enjoying a world of professional options later. How can parents steer their daughters toward classes that can help them develop the skills and interests necessary to pursue these careers? - Find math role models: Parents should leverage their own professional network to educate daughters about these fields. If people have a friend who works in math, science

or engineering, ask her to talk to kids about her job, what she studied in school, and how math applies to her everyday work and life. This discussion can be a great inspiration. - Take a field trip: Show girls that math can be fun through weekend field trips. Visit a science museum or take a tour of an architecturally impressive building to learn how it was designed. Take the girl’s interests into account to plan outings that will spark a deeper interest in real world mathematical applications. - Gear up: It’s not enough to sign up for higher level math courses. Be sure young mathematicians are equipped to succeed in their classes. A high-quality graphing calculator is crucial. Look for models with a high-resolution color LCD and full textbook-style display that include features and functions that enhance the understanding of lessons and bring math to life. For example, PRIZM, a graphing calculator from Casio, enables students to experiment by creating their own graphs over pictures, from a library of real-life scenes. The fx-9860GII Pink provides builtin spreadsheets, probability functions and many types of regressions. - Be musical: When people are listening

Meet your teacher day set for Aug. 27 GRANDVIEW – All three elementary schools in Grandview will be providing parents and students an opportunity to meet their teachers on Tuesday, Aug. 27, from 1 to 3 p.m. This is an opportunity for students to become familiar with their classrooms and meet teachers to smooth the transition process before the first day of school.

Student immunizations required GRANDVIEW – All students enrolled in the Grandview School District must have up-to-date immunization records.

Grandview bus schedules, routes the same GRANDVIEW – Bus routes and times will be the same in Grandview as they were for the 2012-13 school year. But, the routes and times are subject to changes based on the number of students riding the bus. For the first few weeks of the 2013-14 year buses may be running a little earlier or later until a routine is established and adjustments have been made. Parents and students are urged to be patient during the time of adjustment.

The school district urges parents to ensure records have been updated. For those seeking information regarding which immunizations students must have, visit www.doh.wa.us.gov and click on the immunizations link. The schools will also have information available for those without internet access.

GMS, Compass schedules available on Aug. 28 GRANDVIEW – Students attending Grandview Middle School and Compass High School will receive their schedules on the first day of school. Schedules will be provided to those students at the beginning of the school day, which is Wednesday, Aug. 28. Students are urged to show up to school on time to receive their schedules in a timely manner.

Mathematic skills will be crucial in the future. Getting girls interested in science, technology, engineering and math can give them an advantage in the future. to favorite tunes, they shouldn’t forget that music and mathematics go hand-in-hand. Understanding the fundamental principles of music may help girls strengthen visuospatial reasoning and succeed in math courses. In a study published by “Nature,” the science journal, students improved their mathematics test scores significantly after several

months of musical training. Encourage girls to join the school band or take piano lessons. In today’s economy, having a solid mathematical foundation is becoming increasingly important. So don’t let historical gender imbalances in these fields hold girls back. With a little encouragement, getting girls hooked on math can be easy as pi.

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- Create a family calendar: A family calendar displayed in a central location will keep everyone organized and in the know. Include important project reminders, after school activities and test dates. Get the children involved by having them write in their own activities. Review the calendar together to keep everyone on track. - Make lunch a breeze: Pre-pack food for the week and store it in easy-to-see containers, so little helpers can lend a hand. Hang an over-the-door shoe organizer in the pantry and fill it with lunch supplies like sandwich bags, napkins and snacks that children can access when packing their lunches. - Create perfect study spaces: Creating a dedicated study space is an ideal way to help a student focus and stay on top of their schoolwork. Several studies show that by learning chil-

dren’s study habits and tailoring spaces to reflect how each child best learns, parents can help children achieve their maximum potential. For example, some students need to work in a central location so they can get quick help, while others might need a more private, quiet space. - Eye-catching inspiration: Hanging a bulletin board in the study area creates a place for important reminders at eye level. Cover bulletin boards in bright fabric to bring color to the space and spark brilliance and imagination. Or paint an area above the desk with chalkboard paint so children can write with chalk on the wall to stay on top of projects or work through math problems. A little prep can go a long way in ensuring the family’s transition back to school is well organized and stress-free.

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Tips to make back to school shopping easier (StatePoint) During back to school shopping season, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. From commercials to coupons to mailers, there’s an overload of information about where the deals are for all the stuff children need this school year. Even if you are a shopaholic, navigating the mall with children in tow can be tiring. “We’re bombarded with too much information to truly process when we’re out shopping, with so many ads, brands and ongoing sales competing for our attention,” said Mort Aaronson, CEO of PlaceWise Media, which provides integrated marketing services. “Shopping is easier and more fun when we can eliminate the clutter to hone-in on just what we want, right where we are,” he added. Taking steps to simplify the experience can help avoid those headaches that occur when a parent realizes they have forgotten those things their children need most. Make a List Figure out exactly what is needed and wanted before leaving home. A checklist can help parents map out a game plan, stick to a budget and stay organized. Conduct a little fashion show with children at home before heading to the stores, to see what still fits and is in good condition, and what’s too small and worn out for the new school year.

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Help students keep organized lockers this school year (StatePoint) Parents can do everything in their power to provide children with the proper tools and supplies to stay organized this school year. But when kids get to school, all preparations can easily get thrown out the window - or, into a messy locker. As the one piece of real estate students keep without regular parental review, the locker is often a place of disorganization and a pitfall in the path to being and staying organized. To help students get their lockers in order and, in turn, keep them functional and organized for efficient learning, follow these quick tips: Shelving Notepads, pens, papers and other everyday items tend to get stuffed in the bottom of lockers without arrangement, leading to wrinkled assignments, smashed food and

Closed campus for freshmen at Grandview High School GRANDVIEW – All parents and students of Grandview High School are reminded that freshmen (ninth grade) students have a closed campus. The students may not leave campus for lunch. Other students subject to the closed campus policy include anyone with an attendance or behavioral concern.

Ninth grade students ‘Link Day’ Aug. 23 GRANDVIEW – Students entering the ninth grade at Grandview High School are urged to attend “Link Crew Day” on Friday, Aug. 23. The day will begin at 8 a.m. with registrations. The staff at GHS said students should dress comfortably and not bring any supplies. Lunch will be provided and students will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. A dance for incoming freshmen will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Also, a parent meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the library for those with students entering the ninth grade.

lost books. Use durable, long-lasting locker shelves to create additional space for school supplies. Locker shelves can hold up to 100 pounds, so books, binders and other supplies can quickly and easily be stacked or thrown into the locker. Keep personal items and academic supplies separate for quick and easy access to both. With an organizer like a hanging locker shelf, students can store a make-up bag or running shoes in the top compartment and textbooks, folders and binders in the bottom, creating an easily accessible space. Easy Access Books should sit upright in the locker to maximize space and be displayed with the spines facing out so it’s easy to see which books are needed. Arranging books to align with a student’s class schedule also makes it easy when they have just a few minutes between classes. Save locker space and time between classes by magnetically storing pens and pencils on the locker door. Some storage pockets have industrial-strength magnets that ensure no matter how hard the locker is slammed, the pocket will securely stay on the locker door. Contents stay in place for an easy graband-go at the next locker stop. Set a Schedule Even with an organization plan in place, it doesn’t take much for a locker to get cluttered all over again. Create a cleaning schedule - either weekly or even once-asemester - to straighten up and reassess the contents of the locker. Include a weekly locker purge where all unnecessary items are removed and all missing supplies are replaced.

Extra shelving can improve the utility of the school locker, giving students easy access to their most important learning tools.

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GRANDVIEW – Students participating in sports during the 2013-14 school year must have a current sports physical form on file. Football practice will begin Wednesday, Aug. 21, while cross country, girls soccer, girls swimming and volleyball will begin on Monday, Aug. 26. Those without a valid physical on file will not be allowed to practice. Sports clearances will be issued from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 21-22; and Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 26-27, at the Grandview High School office.

Utilize Technology Most people don’t have the means to hire a personal shopper, but new technology can replicate the benefits of this luxury. Zero in on just what is wanted with an online and mobile “shopping companion” that can deliver personalized, timely and relevant product information and deals based on interests and location. When selecting a shopping companion, look for one that safely uses a combination of location and stated preferences to determine the most relevant deals, stores and products nearby. From keeping up with trends to getting directions to stores, a free online and mobile app, such as Shoptopia can ease the shopping experience from the planning stages to the trip to the mall. Above all, when selecting a shopping companion, don’t just settle for one from a single store or brand -- find one that cap-

tures the entire shopping universe in a single app. Compromise Remember, the parents are not the ones who will be wearing all those new clothes. And children can be picky. So even if that pink flowered skirt seems like a great deal, if the daughter refuses to wear it, the parents have thrown time and money down the drain. Being a good listener and respecting the child’s preferences can help avoid closet duds. By picking out things together with their children, parents can ensure everything is in line with their budget and the child’s taste. Don’t shop ‘til you drop. By preparing ahead and using new tools, parents can make shopping more pleasant and more effective -- from identifying the hot new trends, to finding the stores that carry them and getting the best deals.

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What every parent needs to know about changes in the classroom (StatePoint) Across the country, parents are beginning to notice that today’s classroom looks quite different from what they experienced in their own school days. From personalized learning technologies to new educational standards, teachers and administrators are using a variety of tools to ensure students are better prepared to succeed than ever before. In this era of innovation in education, this school year will be particularly exciting in part because states will be piloting assessments aligned to the Common Core state standards, the new set of K-12 educational standards designed to improve students’ readiness for college and future careers. So just what do these changes mean for your kids? Shift to New Standards Schools nationwide are finding new ways to provide individually tailored lesson plans while addressing the Common Core state standards, often relying on a new generation of educational technologies that help students learn and succeed at their own pace. McGraw-Hill Education’s “Reading Wonders” program is one such tool. Available in both all-digital and print/digital formats, it is the first K-6 core reading program designed specifically for the new standards. “Even before the advent of the Common Core, we knew that preparing students for the demands of college and careers required setting a solid foundation in skills such as reading comprehension and writing,” said Christine Willig, senior vice president of products at McGraw-Hill School Education. “When the new standards reiterated the importance of these skills, we saw an opportunity to

build an entirely new program that would address the Common Core requirements, by leveraging contemporary cognitive science about how we learn, using cutting-edge digital tools,” she added Personalized Learning Education research has shown that instruction becomes more effective when tailored to students’ unique learning styles and needs. Personalized learning tends to lead to deeper learning - which will help students meet many of the new Common Core standards. As classrooms continue getting bigger however, delivering that sort of individual attention to students becomes more difficult. With this in mind, “Reading Wonders” was built using entirely new educational technology, offering interconnected platforms personalized for students and teachers and accessible across any device. Other digital learning tools use additional techniques to help students succeed. McGraw-Hill Education’s LearnSmart and FLEX Literacy, for example, each use “adaptive” technology to continually assess students’ knowledge, skill and confidence levels and to create a unique study path designed to help each student in the topics and concepts they need most - a level of personalization previously only available from a personal tutor. LearnSmart delivers this adaptive learning experience for a variety of high school subject areas, while FLEX Literacy incorporates it into a comprehensive, Common Core-specific reading and language arts intervention system for students in grades three through eight. More information about new

Education now involves personalized learning technologies, including computer programs, that parents will find very different from their own school experiences. digital programs, including those designed specifically for the Common Core State Standards, can be found at www.mheducation.com. In this ever-evolving educational landscape, keeping up with the changes can seem daunting - but it needn’t be. Parents can rest assured that teachers are increasingly equipped with new technologies that ensure their students are getting the personalized attention they need to improve their chances for long-term success.

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