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OPINION | Editorial board: Endorsements for school board, SKFR, Lakehaven  Roegner: School board election shakeup  CRIME BLOTTER | Man tries to steal credit card info from gas station ATM  R-E-S-P-E-C-T | Centerstage show pays tribute to soul singer Aretha Franklin 
SPORTS | Football wrap: Eighth-ranked WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2011 Federal Way Eagles stay unbeaten 
CALENDAR | Thriller dances and dark rides highlight Fright Fest at Wild Waves 
Prescription meds: State is keeping track City will host unused pill collection event BY GREG ALLMAIN email@example.com
A flagger with construction company J.R. Hayes and Sons Inc. warns motorists to slow down Monday on Pacific Highway South in front of Federal Way High School. After 10 years, major construction is expected to be finished by December. ANDY HOBBS, The Mirror
Pac Highway: Night paving, lane closures driveways at businesses. Flaggers at those driveways will assist motorists Nighttime paving on Pacific High- across the fresh tar and hot asphalt, way South began Tuesday on the according to the city. Detour stretch between South 312th routes will be available. Street and Dash Point Road Side streets at South 308th TRAFFIC in Federal Way. Street and South 304th Street Motorists should expect will be affected; motorists lane closures from 7 p.m. to should expect long closures 6 a.m. through Oct. 27. Delays and delays. Similarly for dayof up to 30 minutes should be time lane closures, motorists will expected when entering and exiting continue to see congestion in both FROM STAFF REPORTS
directions of the route. Construction crews are also pouring concrete for sidewalks this week.
Completion in December After nearly 10 years, major construction on one of Federal Way’s main arterial roads is almost done. The fourth and final phase of the project is under way with completion slated for December 2011. [ more CONSTRUCTION, page 6 ]
The Washington State Department of Health announced another monitoring program, this one aimed at tracking the sales of prescription pain medication and other potentially addictive medicines. The Washington State Prescription Monitoring Program launched this month in an effort to “reduce abuse and promote safety,” according to the department. The number of people dying from prescription medication overdoses is growing in Washington. From 2000 to 2010, the overdose death rate involving prescription pain medication more than doubled, and since 2006, deaths in (Washington) from unintentional drug overdoses “have surpassed
deaths from automobile crashes,” according to the department. State Secretary of Health Mary Selecky said this tool will help medical professionals have a clearer picture of a patient’s prescription medicine history, and will help promote safety. “Having a patient’s prescription history gives prescribers a more complete view of patient care when they prescribe or dispense controlled substances,” Selecky said in an Oct. 13 news release. “This new service is another tool for patient care and safety.” According to the department, “information from pharmacies and health care providers who dispense medicine from their offices (will be) gathered and stored in a secured, central database.” Starting in January 2012, health [ more DRUGS, page 6 ]
School policy opens door for students seeking challenge BY GREG ALLMAIN firstname.lastname@example.org
The Federal Way School Board recently adopted Policy 2409, which allows students to challenge them-
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selves by enrolling in more advanced classes, if they so choose. Dr. Josh Garcia, assistant superintendent of teaching for learning, said this policy is yet another way that Federal Way Public Schools allow students to have more rigor in their academic careers.
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The policy “allows for the heels of the district’s acfamilies and students to celerated academics policy, continue to chalwhich automatically lenge themselves at enrolls students into the highest level,” EDUCATION advanced classes Garcia said. “It’s a if they meet the policy that says kids required metric can challenge out of on state testing. classes and continue to This policy has come get a rigorous education.” under fire, especially from Policy 2409 comes on parents at Thomas Jefferson
High School. They feel the policy has led to a culture of “teaching to the middle,” thus taking the rigor out of what were once difficult classes. Garcia said about four or five families have used Policy 2409 so far. From the school district’s own research, it appears to be
a policy not shared by any other districts in the state or nation. Garcia did note that there could be a similar policy out there, but the school district has not been able to find one yet. According to the policy as written on the district website (www.fwps.org), [ more POLICY, page 6 ]
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Pressing answers for hot topics in Federal Way schools BY GREG ALLMAIN email@example.com
Dr. Josh Garcia, assistant superintendent of teach-
ing for learning for Federal Way Public Schools, was tasked by the school board to answer a series of questions raised by parents and
the community during the tumultuous meetings that have marked the 2011-12 school year so far. Garcia came back with
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answers for the board at the spectrum of classes, in that Oct. 11 meeting, addressenvironment.” ing concerns about foreign Garcia also noted that languages, grading under foreign language offerings the new standards based are not dictated from on education (SBE) system and high by the district, but by the impact of Middle Years student interest. Program classes on student Standards Based transcripts. Garcia tackled the quesEducation (SBE) tion of foreign language ofand Middle Years ferings at Thomas Jefferson Program (MYP) High School (TJ). German The next point Garcia course offerings are slowly tackled was a comment being phased out due to made by a parent at a budgetary constraints previous meeting, in and low levels of EDUCATION which the idea that student interest. a 70 percent grade “To offer a full, in a class would comprehensive constitute an “A” four year program, grade under the new there are not enough students to continue to sup- SBE system. Garcia said that statement was patently port that,” he said. untrue. Garcia said those stu“Why do students get 70 dents who are currently percent of the standards enrolled in German classes and get an A? Well, they will receive the necessary don’t,” he said. “We went instruction to complete through it last spring, there those classes. is a sliding scale. Basically if One of the largest probstudents receive 70 percent lems the district faces in attempting to offer a variety of the power standards, they get a C. 80 percent, a of foreign languages for B. 90 percent, an A.” students, Garcia said, is the Outside of that explanacontinued budget crisis at tion, Garcia said that the the state and local levels. policy as currently worded “Until the state steps up gives teachers a great and continues to do what amount of discretion on they’re constitutionally rewhat “meeting standard” quired to do, which is fund education, we will continue means. “We said from the beginto be challenged to offer an ning, a teacher’s profesextremely comprehensive sional judgment, teacher program,” he said. “It’s goobservation is the most ing to be continually chalreliable assessment that we lenging to offer a variety, a
can go by,” Garcia said. Finally, parents of students where MYP is being implemented expressed concerns that these MYP classes are not being weighted appropriately on student transcripts. The schools where MYP is being offered, such as Kilo, Totem and TJ, are “candidate” schools that still need approval from the International Baccalaureate organization to be full MYP schools. In essence, the students are taking the more difficult classes, but because those schools are still being considered as candidates, there is no official designation on transcripts that the students took advanced classes. “One of the concerns (is) they wouldn’t be listed as pre-IB, and since were a MYP candidate school, they can’t be listed as MYP, so how do you resolve that designation of honors?,” Garcia asked. “That is an action item you can charge us to do if you choose to do so.” The board members present — Angela Griffin, Suzanne Smith and board vice president Amye Bronson-Doherty — agreed. They asked Garcia and staff to find a way for students to have those classes be weighted appropriately during the transitional period of the schools currently being considered for MYP.
October 19, 2011 
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did not recognize the suspect. t1VSTFPOUIFDBSSPPG At 11:21 a.m. Oct. 16 in the 32000 block of 33rd Avenue South, a woman reported that she left her purse on top of her vehicle overnight. By the time she realized this the next day, the purse was gone. According to the police report, the woman had a number of credit cards and other sensitive information in the purse. The woman was able to successfully cancel all credit cards and report the issue to her bank. No fraudulent activity had occurred, according to the report. t8IFOGSJFOETXJUICFOFĂśUT wonâ€™t leave: At 2:23 p.m. Oct. 16 in the 30000 block of 1st Avenue South, a woman called police for assistance to get a guest to leave her residence. According to the report, the woman and her guest, a man, have an â€œon again, off again intimate relationship.â€? The man had stayed the night previously, and had not yet left the residence.
will kick off the night at 6 p.m., followed by the workshop at 6:30 p.m. The workshop is slated to include â€œa presentation and visuals '30.45"''3&10354 of citizen ideas generated through previous public Federal Way will host the input as well as small group second Twin Lakes subarea sessions to discuss tools for plan public workshop accomplishing comon October 26 from 6 munity goals in the to 8 p.m. Oct. 26 at subarea,â€? according IN OTHER City Hall, 33325 8th to the city. Ave. S. The workshop This meeting is will be held in being held for public the Federal Way input on the land use city council chambers, plan for the Twin Lakes located on the second floor subarea. The subarea enin City Hall. To learn more, compasses the area boundcontact Matt Herrera at ed by SW Campus Drive (253) 835-2638 or matt. and 21st Avenue Southwest. herrera@cityoffederalway. This land use plan â€œwill com. More information can serve as a blueprint for be found at cityoffederalfuture development and way.com/twinlakes or at capital improvements in engagefederalway.com. the area,â€? according to the city. Public participation is an â€œessential component in developing plans that reflect the communityâ€™s goals and The Federal Way City values,â€? according to the Council declared October city spokesman. to be Domestic Violence An informal open house Awareness Month. Accord-
ing to the city, Federal Way police responded to more than 2,000 domestic violence calls last year alone, which makes up a small percentage of the 50,000 annual domestic violence calls in Washington state annually. It is estimated that more than 70 percent of domestic violence incidents go unreported. The Federal Way Domestic Violence Task Force also meets once a month to work toward ending domestic violence.
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The woman was afraid to ask him to leave. According to the report, the man was escorted from the premises without incident. t4UPMFOHVO At 3:28 p.m. Oct. 16 in the 5700 block of SW Dash Point Road, a man reported that his car had been broken into and that $450 worth of personal items were stolen. Among the stolen items was a .38-caliber revolver. t$PVOUFSGFJU At 1:51 p.m. Oct. 16 in the 27000 block of Pacific Highway South, a man entered a
gas station and attempted to pay for gas using a fake $20 bill. The attendant was able to tell immediately that the bill was fake. Once the suspectâ€™s attempt failed, the police report notes that he exited the store quickly, got in his vehicle and drove off. t.BOGPVOEEFBE At 9:15 p.m. Oct. 15 in the 2100 block of SW 352nd Street, police were dispatched to check on the welfare of a man. Upon arrival, they knocked on the door of the
manâ€™s residence and received no response. The report shows that police then spoke with neighbors, who said they had not seen the man for some time and thought he had moved out. According to the police report, officers then spoke with the property manager, who gave them the keys to the manâ€™s residence. Upon entering, police found the man dead on his kitchen floor. The police report notes there were no signs of suspicious activity, and that the manâ€™s next of kin were contacted.
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‘Aretha at the Apollo’ pays tribute to soul diva her own sparkle to the music of one of America’s If Aretha Franklin is the greatest divas — with a “Queen of Soul,” then full nine-piece band Stacie Calkins is on classics like “ReFEDERAL WAY spect,” “Think” and surely the princess with the upcom“Chain of Fools.” ing “Aretha at the Alec Clayton’s Apollo.” blog noted that The star of Center“powerhouse vocalist stage Theatre’s “Ain’t Misbe- Stacie Calkins (is) undoubthavin’” and “Lady Day and edly the best torch singer in The Blues,” Calkins brings this area and well beyond.” FROM STAFF REPORTS
Calkins has also appeared at Centerstage in “I’m into Something Good” and at theaters throughout Western Washington with her interpretation of Billie Holiday in “Lady Day and The Blues.” She also played Effie White in “Dreamgirls,” Aida in “Aida in Concert” and Sarah in “Ragtime” at Tacoma Musical Playhouse. “Aretha at the Apollo” is
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the brainchild of Centerstage resident music director David Duvall. In addition to creating Centerstage hits such as “Always…Patsy Cline,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’” and “I’m into Something Good,” Duvall has two Emmy nominations and more than 300 productions to his credit.
Check it out “Aretha at the Apollo” runs 8 p.m. Oct. 21-22 (Friday and Saturday) at the Knutzen Family Theatre, 3200 SW Dash Point Road. Tickets for both performances are on sale and available by phone at (253) 661-1444, online at www. centerstagetheatre.com, and in person at the Knutzen Family Theater box office. Single tickets are $19.50.
Stacie Calkins reprises her hit concert “Aretha at the Apollo” on Oct. 21-22 at the Knutzen Family Theatre in Federal Way. Tickets for both performances are on sale and available by phone at (253) 6611444 and online at www.centerstagetheatre.com. COURTESY PHOTO
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Date / Time: October 29, 6:00 pm Place: Aging Options in Federal Way Presented By: Douglas Wornell, MD Join Dr. Wornell for a free seminar to learn how you and your loved ones can plan for, and cope with, emotional health issues that may include depression, anxiety, grief, memory loss and dementia. Dr. Wornell is a geriatric psychiatrist and the medical director of the Regional Behavioral Health Center at Auburn Regional Medical Center. He is author of the book, Wandering Explorers: Practical Dementia for Families and Caregivers, and is a regular guest of Aging Options Radio on Saturday mornings.
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The Harmony Kings Barbershop Chorus presents its 5th annual free Community Appreciation Concert at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 515 S. 312th St. Refreshments available. This a cappella chorus is comprised of men from across the South Sound region and meets 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Visit harmonykings.org or call (253) 435-6757.
Mondays through Nov. 7 at Todd Beamer High School, 35999 16th Ave. S. A special show takes place Nov. 13. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 632-2464.
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Artwork by 13 local artists is on display until Jan. 4 at City Hall as part of the annual Arts Alive juried art show. The exhibition highlights the work of local artists and provides an opportunity to display their works in public. Visitors can vote for the People’s Choice award. The ballot box accompanies the display and will be open until early December. The People’s Choice winFEDERAL WAY ner will be awarded $100. Contact (253) 835-6926 or leah.fraine@ cityoffederalway.com.
Handel and holiday music Upcoming events by the Federal Way Symphony include a special evening concert of Handel’s Messiah at 2 p.m. Nov. 20. Launching the holiday season, the Federal Way Symphony and the Federal Way Chorale Society present Handel’s timeless masterpiece. The Symphony will host its holiday concert at 2 p.m. Dec. 4. The concert is filled with Christmas music that entertains everyone in the family. Concerts are at St. Luke’s Church, 515 S. 312th St. Visit federalwaysymphony.org or call (253) 529-9857.
Vocal lessons for women The group offers its free fall community program for local women to receive free group vocal lessons from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Peter, Paul and Mary Experience again the 1960s hits by Peter, Paul and Mary. The amazing harmonies of The Vintage Singers will transport the audience back to the time of the folk music resurgence when “Blowin’ In The Wind” was more than just a song. Concert runs 7 to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at the Auburn Performing Arts Center, 700 E Main St. The event also runs 7 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Highline Performing Arts Center, 401 S. 152nd St., Burien. Tickets are $22-$25 and available at brownpapertickets.com/event/187717.
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Gang violence: King County continues aggressive fight and will not have quick results. Also, the problem is Chief deputy, not specific to any one area King County Sheriff ’s Office or part of our county. So, The other day, I was let’s discuss it honestly and flipping through the cable thoughtfully. channels and came across Gang issues exist in every the movie “Colors” with region of the country and Robert Duvall and Sean are often cyclical. Like Penn. crime itself, rises in The movie is all gang violence are about two Los not directly linked GUEST Angeles police to any specific officers working in trend, like a bad the Gang Unit. They economy or reduced deal with generasocial spending. Law tional, entrenched gang enforcement can have a issues in certain neighborsignificant effect on crime, hoods, and the overall tone and on gangs, but of course of the movie is how hopeit is not the only answer. less and difficult reducing Enforcement deals only gang violence can be. with the most extreme and The movie was made advanced parts of the issue. in 1988, 23 years ago. My You’ve heard the phrase point is that gang issues and “we can’t arrest our way the high-profile incidents out of a problem”, and it is that sometimes result from true. However, coordinated it are nothing new. The rea- intelligence, aggressive and sons behind the existence targeted law enforcement, of gangs are complex, and and strategic prosecution any attempt to reduce or can have a significant effect “solve” the gang problem is on suppressing violence. It similarly complex. just won’t “solve” long-term After some recent highgang involvement. We all profile gang incidents, it know that takes a cooris attractive to look for an dinated commitment to easy answer. Deport all the working with at-risk kids, illegals, put everyone in the community making jail, have more guns, have gang involvement unacfewer guns. Of course, the ceptable, and we also need real solutions are not easy to stop celebrating and proBY STEVE STRACHAN
moting the gang culture in movies and entertainment. So where does that leave us right now? The fact is, law enforcement agencies in King County have been doing aggressive and coordinated enforcement related to gangs for some time. The recent events have brought more attention to the issue, and the Sheriff ’s Office is a partner with our municipal police departments to track, identify, arrest and prosecute the worst of the worst offenders. Our challenge is to not allow this enforcement effort, and the recent addition of more resources to the fight against gangs, to become the “flavor of the month” and to forget about it once something else has our collective attention. The heavy lifting of working with kids, preventing gang involvement and violence, and getting members out of the gang life will continue, and we need to remember that it is important, even when the attention fades. Your sheriff ’s office and our area police departments are working together, but we are only part of the solution. Let’s not overreact, or underestimate the problem. A thoughtful and long-term
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...obituaries • Elvin Agusta Burgess, Jr. • Elvin Agusta Burgess, Jr. passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 9, 2011 with his wife at his side. He was born on January 30, 1932 in Dubach, Louisiana to Rev. and Mrs. Elvin Burgess, Sr. Elvin graduated from Nurnberg American High School, Germany, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Louisiana Tech University in Ruston and attained his Administrative Credentials in Education at the University of Washington. Retirement after 20 years as an Air Force Officer, he taught Air Force JROTC in Michigan and England before moving to Federal Way in 1977 where he taught in the Federal Way School District for another 18 years. He is the beloved husband of Janice Landerdahl whom he married on October 24, 1953. Their home was blessed with daughter Janine and Jack Van Dusen, son Elvin and Kathleen Burgess, daughter Janell and Justin Edwards and grandchildren Kevin, Rob, John, Gage, Rachel, Ashley, Jacob, Elijah, Emma, James, Solomon, and Reed. He also leaves his sister Elinor Taylor and numerous family and friends. Burial will be at Tahoma National Cemetery with full military honors. Contributions may be made to the American Legion Post #1 – Seattle, P.O. Box 66949, Seattle, WA 98166 which supports local Veteran Programs. Everyone will remember him as the only person they ever knew who had a joke for every occasion. Heaven became a joyous place. God bless all who loved him.
• Corma Ethel Schick (Gerk) • Corma Ethel Schick (Gerk) passed away September 26th after 97 healthy, happy years filled with her most important thing - her family. Corma was the pillar of her close knit family, a devoted mother to her four children and eight grandhildren. She was a wonderful wife, mother and friend who made everyone feel welcome. Strong in tough times and finding joy in every situation, she was quick to smile, to laugh, full of love, and a ray of sunshine. Born August 17, 1914 in Miles City, MT, Corma was an adventurous, bright and energetic spirit. As a young girl she lived in Deer Lodge, MT and for a brief period in Seattle, WA. Her grandchildren loved hearing of her growing up on a homestead near Pumpkin Creek, MT, riding horseback to a one-room school house with her sister Lorna and learning to drive when she and her sister "borrowed" their father's model-T Ford. She graduated from business college in Butte and, during World War II, made the bold decision as a single woman to leave her family in Montana to transfer with the Shell Oil Company to Seattle. Equal parts grace and guts, she was an independent woman ahead of her time and made the long drive from Montana to Seattle for new career opportunities, experiences and friends in the big city. She met her husband, Bob Schick while living at the Alhambra, a boarding house on Capitol Hill. Together they rode tandem around Green Lake, fished on Lake Union but, especially, they bonded over music - she had the record player and he loved the classics. Married in 1943, Corma and Bob lived in Washington, New Mexico and Colorado with their four children before settling in Seattle in the 1950's. They loved the Pacific Northwest and took their family camping, boating on Puget Sound and to visit her family in Spokane. Corma took pride in her work at the Boeing Company eventually retiring in 1977. A mover with endless energy, she did not slow down in retirement but spent her time sharing stories and adventures with her children and grandchildren and volunteering in her daughters' classrooms helping students with their lessons. Corma and Bob walked many miles through the Cascades with the Federal Way Senior Center Walkers, sailed Puget Sound on Bob's boat and traveled to Thailand. Corma was a member of the Twin Lakes Women's Club and looked forward to taking part in Club events; into her nineties she was a volunteer for the Club's annual Holiday charity gift giving. Corma is survived by family who will keep her warm smile, quick laugh, and unending love alive in their hearts; her sister and brother-in-law, Lorna and Bud Elberson (Pullman, WA), three daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara and Alan Bruffey (Seattle), Gwen and Dan Smith (Puyallup), Natalie and Bill Poss (Bremerton), and a son and daughter-in-law, John and Sandy Schick (Wimberley, TX). She is also survived by her eight grandchildren; Beckie and Teresa Bruffey, David and Jason Schick, Bryan and Jeremy Smith, Lindsay Reese and Kyle Poss and four great grandchildren, Wyatt, Fiona, Brenden and Nathan. She departs this world to join her mother and father Anna and Charles, husband Bob and grandson Zachary - we know they are having a huge, happy party to welcome her home.
 October 19, 2011 [ DRUGS from page 1] care providers can view the history of patientsâ€™ prescriptions dating back to when the data collection began. The hope is that with this data, â€œprescribers and pharmacists will be able to intervene with their patients earlier,â€? according to the department. The DOH touts that this new data collection system will help â€œidentify dangerous drug interactions, address issues of misuse, and recognize undermanaged pain or the need for substance abuse treatment.â€? Outside of health care providers, pharmacists and patients, this new data collection system will be accessible by law enforcement as well. More information on the program and the law is available at www.doh.wa.gov/hsqa/PMP/ public.htm.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day The Federal Way Police Department will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Oct. 29 at police headquarters at City Hall. The event will run 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and is intended for people to safely dispose of unused and unwanted prescription medications. According to the Drug
Enforcement Agencyâ€™s â€œOffice of Diversion Controlâ€? website, these â€œTake Backâ€? days address a vital public safety and public health issue. More than 7 million Americans abuse prescription drugs, according to a 2009 survey conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. More than 2,500 teens use prescription drugs to get high for the first time, according to the Partnership for a Drug Free America. According to the DEA, a majority of abused prescription drugs â€œare obtained from family and friends, including the home medicine cabinet.â€? Two take back days took place in September 2010 and April 2011. The DEA indicates that nearly 4,000 state and local law enforcement agencies participated in the two previous take back days, and these efforts collected more than 309 tons of unused/ unwanted pills. The event will happen every six months, the website indicates, until the DEA is able to â€œdevelop a process for people to safely dispose of their prescription drugs.â€? President Barack Obama signed the Safe and Secure Drug Disposal Act in October 2010, giving the DEA the means to develop that process.
www.federalwaymirror.com [ CONSTRUCTION from page 1] Construction on this phase began in July 2010. This segment of Pacific Highway South between South 312th Street and Dash Point Road averages about 38,000 vehicles per day, according to the city. Similar to the first three phases of construction, improvements will include new pavement overlay and widening of the road from five lanes to seven lanes. There will be two general purpose lanes and one HOV lane in each direction, along with provisions for left turns and Uturns at intersections, according to the city.
[ POLICY from page 1] 2409 is in place if â€œthe student and parent/guardian wish to challenge a recommended course in a content sequence or other recommended course of study.â€? It notes that â€œcourse challenge options are available for credit bearing courses only.â€? This means that the policy applies only to high school credit courses. A middle school student whoâ€™s taking algebra, for example, could choose to challenge up to a high school level math class. â€œIf thereâ€™s the kid that says
When completed, this segment will reduce congestion while improving pedestrian access. The finished project will also feature uninterrupted sidewalks and landscaped medians. The construction contract was awarded to J.R. Hayes and Sons Inc. in 2010. The project is funded by the city; two federal Transportation Equity Act grants; a Transportation Improvement Board grant; and a Regional Mobility grant.
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ninth-grade English is not challenging me at all, they can now opt up or test out,â€? Garcia said. â€œItâ€™s content specific.â€? Option 1 under Policy 2409 addresses the scenario described above, noting that the policy allows for students to only â€œskip one course level in a course sequence.â€? If a student wishes to jump more than one course in a given subject, the student is required to turn to Option 2 in Policy 2409, which allows for the administering of an â€œend of course exam.â€? Policy 2409 is not meant to ad-
dress students who wish to skip an entire grade level. The full policy can be viewed at www.fwps. org/info/policies/2000/2409.htm. Garcia said he hopes Policy 2409 allows for students and families to feel like they have more control over the direction of their academic careers in Federal Way schools. â€œWeâ€™re committed to try and find ways that each student is challenged at the highest level. (This) puts the decision back on the families, so they can advocate, and we can support them,â€? he said.
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CALENDAR OCTOBER EVENTS Aretha Franklin: Stacie Calkins reprises her hit concert “Aretha at the Apollo” Oct. 21-22 at Centerstage Theatre in Federal Way. This evening of soul music pays homage to Aretha Franklin with hits such as “Respect,”“Think” and “Chain of Fools.” Tickets are $19.50. Contact (253) 661-1444 or visit www.centerstagetheatre.com. Environmental Fair: Entertain the kids and learn how to go green and at the first Recycle Palooza Event and Environmental Fair. There will be games, face painting and door prizes. Children can even climb in a garbage truck. This free event runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Federal Way Community Center, 876 S. 333rd St. Visit cityoffederalway.com/recyclepalooza. Anger management: Is anger getting in the way of the life you want to live? Class runs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 22 at 33530 1st Way S., Federal Way (across from Virginia Mason). To register, call Elizabeth Daniels at (253) 327-9855. Leaders speak: The Federal Way Noon Kiwanis meets at noon Wednesdays at Old Country Buffet on South 320th Street (across from the mall). Upcoming guest speakers include Washington Ferries Director David Mosely (Oct. 26).
Souper Supper: The Federal Way Community Caregiving Network will hold its 12th annual Souper Supper from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at Steel Lake Presbyterian Church, 1829 S. 308th St., Federal Way. This event raises funds for the Emergency Services and Meals Programs that help the needy. Many varieties of signature soups are served and about 50 raffle prizes add to the festivities. Cost is $25 per person. Companies/organizations may sponsor a table for eight for $250. Call Jackie Blair at (253) 952-6988 or Linda Murphy at (253) 297-1564 for tickets, or purchase at the door as seating permits. Blue Mass: St. Vincent de Paul Knights of Columbus are having a Blue Mass to honor first responders and their families at 5 p.m. Oct. 29 at 30525 8th Ave. S. A spaghetti dinner fundraiser will follow and will benefit Federal Way police and South King Fire and Rescue charities. Contact joepenwell@ comcast.net. Dog park: Howl-O-Ween Dog Party at French Lake Off-Leash Dog Park runs noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at 315th Street and 1st Avenue South (north of fire station). Register for the dog costume contest; judging at 12:30 p.m. Prizes for different categories, including owner and dog. Please
join us for the festivities, games, etc. No charge for party; donations greatly appreciated for this nonprofit organization. Park Pals 2012 calendars will be available for $10. Contact www.parkpals.org. Business education: The South Sound Regional Business Incubator hosts “Lunch and Learn” and business education classes through the end of the year. The class are free to the public. Lunch and Learns run noon to 1 p.m. Thursdays, and the evening instruction runs 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays. To register, call (253) 929-1900. Fright Fest: Wild Waves Theme Park has become a Halloweenthemed “scream park” with the annual Fright Fest. Ride your favorite rides in the dark, wander through The Scream Factory Haunted House (for older kids), dance at the Thriller Wave Pool Dance Party (7 p.m. Oct. 29) and catch one of the thrilling entertainment shows. This year’s Fright Fest will be held weekends through Sunday, Oct. 30. Tickets are $24.99 plus tax at the gate (cheaper online). There is also a kids area and trick-or-treat path. Visit WildWaves.com. Networking: The Service Excellence Group of Federal Way is a networking group for professionals with excellent customer service skills. The group gives back to the community and meets for lunch on the second and fourth Thursday of every month for lunch. Visit www. segfw.org or call Tricia at (253) 335-8729. The Making of America: This
study group will discuss the book “The Making of America” and principles set forth by the Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, the Bill of Rights. Free meetings are 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 30 and Nov. 20 at the Federal Way Regional Library, meeting room 2. RSVP to Patricia Conant at (253) 632-0961 or email@example.com. Farmers market: The Federal Way Farmers Market runs 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays through October at 31600 20th Ave. S, near the transit center. The market features vendors, food, produce and flowers. Arts Alive: Artwork by 13 local artists is on display until Jan. 4 at City Hall as part of the annual Arts Alive juried art show. The exhibition is intended to highlight the work of local artists and provide an opportunity to display their works in a public setting. Visitors can cast their vote for the People’s Choice award. The ballot box accompanies the display and will be open until early December. The People’s Choice winner will get $100.
NOV. EVENTS Tax returns: Volunteers are needed for the upcoming tax season to prepare tax returns for the elderly and low-to-middle income taxpayers in the Federal Way and Des Moines area. Training using the online tax software starts in November and is provided at no cost through the AARP Tax-Aide program. Open to all ages; AARP
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membership is not required. Call (253) 569-8855 or email dan@ ducich.com. Book sale: Friends of the Library will hold a sale of used books Nov. 5 at the Federal Way Regional Library, 34200 1st Way S. To learn more or donate, contact Liz Gonzales at (253) 839-5684. Free barbershop chorus concert: The Harmony Kings Barbershop Chorus presents its 5th annual free Community Appreciation Concert at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 515 S. 312th St. Refreshments available. This a cappella chorus is comprised of men from across the South Sound region and meets 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Visit harmonykings.org or call (253) 435-6757. Jet Cities Chorus: The group offers its free fall community program for local women to receive free group vocal lessons from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays through Nov. 7 at Todd Beamer High School, 35999 16th Ave. S. A special show takes place Nov. 13. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 632-2464. Amputee support: The Amputee Support Group at St. Francis Hospital will the second Thursday of the month from September to May at the hospital’s education
room, 34515 Ninth Ave. S. Contact Stephen at (206) 850-9958. Budget meetings: The city council has announced the public hearing and meetings schedule to consider Federal Way’s 2011/2012 Mid-Biennial Budget Adjustment. All meetings will be held at City Hall, 33325 8th Ave. S. Citizen comments will be accepted at all budget meetings: 7 p.m. Nov. 15; 6 p.m. Nov. 29 and 30 (if needed); 7 p.m. Dec. 6. Contact tho.kraus@ cityoffederalway.com. I Celebrate You 2011: Write a Blessing Media will present its third annual “I Celebrate You” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at Our Saviors Baptist Church, 701 S. 320th St., Federal Way. The event is free and open to the public. Succulent food, giveaways, lively entertainment and motivational speeches will highlight the evening. The event is a way for the community to say a public thank you to its unsung heroes. Nominate that special someone today. Contact Nandell Palmer at (206) 327-2228 or email email@example.com. Shopping carts: Citizens can report abandoned shopping carts on the city’s cart hotline at (253) 835-6774 or online at www.city offederalway.com/shoppingcart.
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South King Fire commissioners For South King Fire and Rescue commissioner, The Mirror endorses Mark Thompson for position 4 and James Fossos for position 5. In regards to experience, knowledge of the fire department, and the ability to understand the issues facing the men and women in the trenches, Fossos and Thompson are hands down the better candidates. However, it is worth questioning whether the South King Fire commissioners bring enough objectivity to balance their advocacy for firefighters and the community they serve. Commissioners have a duty to provide the public with the best emergency response services possible. However, with 97 percent of South King Fire’s calls being non-fire emergencies, the public deserves more scrutiny of fire district expenditures in these tight economic times. Fossos’ challenger, Jerry Galland, is among the few community activists willing to challenge this sacred cow. Admittedly, Galland walks the line between instigator and problem solver. At the very least, Galland raises the issue of whether the board needs candidates who bring more objectivity, especially with taxpayer dollars at stake. That is truly in the public’s best interest. If Galland wants to bring more checks and balances, he will be more effective as a private citizen outside the board — rather than joining a clique that treats him like a goldfish in a shark tank. Fossos and Thompson deserve applause for their lifelong dedication to fighting fires and saving lives. Their passion is unmatched, and they are solid choices in this election.
Lakehaven commissioner In the race for Lakehaven Utility District commissioner position 4, The Mirror recommends Tim McClain. [ more ENDORSEMENTS page 9 ]
The race between Liz Drake and Danny Peterson for the Federal Way School Board presented two very capable candidates. Either would be a good school board member. But Drake’s surprising announcement that she had been appointed principal at Thomas Jefferson High School takes her out of the race and makes Peterson the only active candidate. Drake is a lifelong educator who has served in many different capacities. She brings a deep understanding of the challenges and options available to improve our school system. There had been some concern expressed by school district watchers that, given her experience in the district, Drake may be tempted to micromanage the administration. She said no, she understands the difference between policy that the board sets — and staff that carry it out. She also noted her respect for Superintendent Rob Neu. In her new position, she will be working for Neu. Drake had been endorsed by Sen. Tracey Eide, City Councilwoman Linda Kochmar and the Federal Way Education Association. In addition to taking Drake out of the school board race, the decision also likely eliminates her as a possible candidate to succeed departing Democratic State Rep. Mark Miloscia, who is running for State Auditor. Some Democrats had expressed interest in trying to recruit her to run for the legislative position. But now instead of possibly opposing school board president Tony Moore, a likely candidate for the Legislature, she will return to school district administration.
Looks like everyone comes out in new favorable positions. Danny Peterson has worked as a school teacher in the Federal Way district and is a youth pastor. He and his wife have two children that will start school soon. He has traveled to many countries and leaned about different cultures. He will relate to parents and students in a different manner than Drake would have. He has been endorsed by former superintendent of schools Tom Murphy and Mayor Skip Priest. Drake will still be on the ballot, as it is too late to remove her name. That means Peterson still has to win the election. If he doesn’t, and Drake wins, she would have to resign from the board. The position would then be vacant and subject to appointment by the school board. In that circumstance, the board might appoint Peterson, or it might appoint someone else from that district. If Peterson were to lose, it could become awkward to appoint a candidate who lost to an inactive opponent. By winning, he avoids any question, and the public wins by having both Peterson and Drake serving the district. In one of the South King Fire and Rescue positions, incumbent Mark Thompson is opposed by Timolin Abrom. Since Abrom doesn’t appear to be campaigning and did not attend the Oct. 12 candidates forum, it is difficult to draw distinctions. More next week. Bob Roegner
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The Mirror’s editorial board members: Rudi Alcott, publisher; Andy Hobbs, editor; Joann Piquette, retired and community advocate; Matthew Jarvis, business owner; Nandell Palmer, author; Bob Dockstader, retired attorney; Mel West, business owner. Contact the board: editorialboard@ federalwaymirror.com
For Federal Way School Board position 2, The Mirror recommends Claire Wilson. Wilson and her opponent, Gail Crabtree, are longtime volunteers in their Star Lake area of the school district. Both are passionate about improving education — and communication — across Federal Way schools, with a particular preference for early learning. They are also dedicated volunteers within the school district. Wilson gets the nod because she brings more professional experience as an educator and education administrator. Specifically, Wilson’s leadership in the Puget Sound Educational Service District has exposed her to problems and solutions across a range of school districts. She articulates a keen understanding of the school district’s nuts and bolts. Packaged together, these assets will help Wilson be an effective and influential board member from the start. For position 3, The Mirror recommends Danny Peterson. He is a brilliant candidate who will bring leadership to the board. Peterson is engaged in school district issues, and has logged education experience in both Federal Way and abroad. The latter experience is an asset to this diverse school district. His opponent, Liz Drake, withdrew from the race last week to take the Thomas Jefferson High School principal job. He is now the sole active candidate on the ballot for position 3. Endorsed by former superintendent Tom Murphy, Peterson is a solid choice.
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2 guys save a dog I would like to thank two good Samaritans that rescued my Jack Russell terrier, Poco, from getting hit by a car at the intersection of Pacific Highway and Dash Point Road. On Monday, Oct. 10, I was on my way to take my dog to Sacajawea Vet Clinic. When I approached the clinic door, my dog was having nothing to do with it, and she wiggled herself
out of her harness and took off on me. I just knew she was going to get killed. These two men in a white pickup truck stopped and literally chased my dog all over the place, stopping traffic from all directions. My dog was so scared that she wouldn’t come to anyone or even to me, and one of the men actually tackled my Jack Russell, and we were able to get her under a net until she calmed down. My Jack
Russell is doing fine, thanks to all that helped. The people of Federal Way are amazing.
Dora Fetter, Federal Way
Peterson: right choice for schools As I look outside my window watching the wind blow leaves across the green grass, I know that another season is [ more LETTERS page 9 ]
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McClain was appointed to the board last fall, when he rose to the top of 15 applicants for a board vacancy. He has an earnest thirst for learning about how the water district works. After a year on the board, McClain is engaged with the role and its related challenges. This dedication, coupled with previous financial management experience in his career, are assets to
Lakehaven ratepayers. McClain has earned a chance to serve a full term and fulfill his potential as a board commissioner. His opponent, Louise Wessel, has good intentions in this race. However, she has not presented a compelling case for replacing McClain.
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to check, that you would consider one name in particular: Danny Peterson for Federal Way School Board. It isnâ€™t often that someone of his caliber runs for political office. Danny has the education: bachelorâ€™s in neurobiology from University of Washington and masterâ€™s degree in teaching
right around the corner. I know that no matter how much I wish for summer to stay, I canâ€™t stop winter from arriving. I also know that unlike the weather, there are some things I can change. While I wait for my favorite postman, Marty,
to bring my voters ballot, I would like you to consider how you want your voice to be heard. Do you want to be part of the approximately 30 percent of King County residents to voice their opinions? I sure hope so. I also hope that while you are contemplating which box
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Voting, ballot information Ballots and voters pamphlets for the Nov. 8 general election were mailed this month. A ballot drop-off
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Unbeaten FW clinches SPSL South Eagles can secure title outright with victory over winless Sentinels BY CASEY OLSON firstname.lastname@example.org
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Todd Beamer senior midfielder Lindsey Richou finished with a pair of assists during the second half of Thursday’s 3-2, come-frombehind win over Emerald Ridge. The win moved the Titans to 11-0-1 on the season to lead the SPSL South Division. CASEY OLSON, The Mirror
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The shutout of Emerald Ridge was the ninth of the season for the Titans’ defense and goalkeeper Meghan Graf. In total, Beamer has given up just four goals on the year, while scoring 44.
The Decatur Gators picked up a huge come-from-behind victory over the Bonney Lake Panthers Thursday, 3-2. The victory moves For the second time this season, the Gators into a second-place tie the Todd Beamer girls soccer team won a one-goal match over second- with Bonney Lake. Both teams sit 4-2-0 in SPSL 3A play and one place Emerald Ridge Thursday. match behind Auburn MountaThe second-ranked and inview (5-1-0) for the top spot unbeaten Titans (11-0-1) in the division. used second-half goals PREP SPORTS Against Bonney Lake, from Megan Anderson the Panthers jumped out in the 41st minute and to a quick 2-0 lead with Kristen Falecki in the 74th. both of their goals coming in Both goals were assisted by the first 15 minutes of play. But Lindsey Richou. Decatur fought back with a score The victory over Emerald Ridge from freshman Kyla Lusink in the puts the Titans 10 points clear of 33rd minute on a pass from Ashley second place in the SPSL South, Graves to tighten the score to 2-1 with four matches remaining durheading into halftime. ing the regular season for Beamer. firstname.lastname@example.org
It was Graves who proved to be the hero in the second half. Graves tied the match at 2-2 with a goal seven minutes into the second half and tallied the game-winner in the 78th minute on a pass from Taylor Meadows. Graves’ two goals gives her eight on the season to lead the Gators. Decatur’s victory over Bonney Lake came just two days after the the Gators handed Auburn Mountainview its first SPSL 3A loss of the season on Oct. 11, 1-0. Graves also tallied the game-winner in that match in overtime. Since starting the season 1-4-0, Decatur has won five of its last six matches. The only loss came 2-1 to Enumclaw on Sept. 29.
Oh, how things have changed in just one year inside the Federal Way High School football program. The eighth-ranked Eagles remained unbeaten and secured at least a share of the South Puget Sound League South Division championship with a 49-17 win over the Rogers Rams Thursday night at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup. Exactly one season ago, a very talented Eagles squad was beaten up 42-28 by the same Rogers team, falling to 2-4 in the SPSL South. Federal Way eventually finished the season with a disappointing 4-6 record, snapping the program’s five-year postseason streak. This season, longtime head coach John Meagher returned basically the same team with a different attitude, which developed after the perennial winning program had a subpar year in 2010. This year’s edition of the Eagles (6-0) can secure the SPSL South title outright with a victory over winless Spanaway Lake Saturday at Federal Way Memorial Stadium. The South Division championship will give the Eagles the SPSL’s top seed into the postseason and a firstround matchup with the fifth[ more FOOTBALL page 14 ]
The Thomas Jefferson Raiders played Mount Rainier to a scoreless 0-0 tie Thursday in SPSL North action. The tie kept TJ four points out of the fifth and final playoff berth [ more WRAP UP page 13 ]
Federal Way freshman Chico McClatcher finished with 144 yards on 14 carries against Rogers Thursday.
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Tracking the grads: Men’s college basketball Henderson will be in UFC video game Isiah Umipig — The 2010 Federal Way High School graduate is playing his sophomore season at Cal State Fullerton. The guard played in all 30 of the Titans’ games this year, starting six. He averaged 7.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.3 assists a game. Cal State Fullerton was 11-19 overall and 7-9 in the Big West Conference. Isiah Umipig He was selected as the 2010-11 Big West 6th Player of the year after coming off the bench in 24 of his 31 game appearances. He was also made the UCF Honor Roll (3.0 GPA or higher) during the spring quarter. “Zeke (Umipig) can really shoot it – he could be a real surprise,” said head coach Bob Burton. “We feel he can be one of the most talented guards in the conference.” The 6-footer averaged 14.1 points a game for Federal Way his senior year. Umipig also led the South Puget Sound League in assists at 7.4 a game and shot an amazing 93.8 from the free-throw line during the regular season. Cole Dickerson — The 2010 Federal Way grad is playing his sophomore season at the University of San Francisco. The 6-foot-7 forward played in 27 USF games and averaged 7.9 minutes a game. Dickerson averaged two points a game and grabbed 2.3 rebounds. He scored a careerhigh 13 points in a win over Holy Names and had a career-high eight rebounds in a loss to Louisville.
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The Eastern Washington University men’s basketball team is entering a new era under first-year head coach Jim Hayford. And Hayford will be counting on Federal Way High School graduate Jeffrey Forbes to ease the transition. The 2009 Federal Way grad is entering his junior season at Eastern. Last season, the point guard started 23 games and averaged 9.8 points and 2.6 rebounds a game for the Eagles. As a true freshman, Forbes averaged 10.5 points a Jeffrey Forbes game. “The most experienced part of our team is the backcourt,” said Hayford. “We have three guards who have been through Big Sky play and have performed in conference games at a high level. That is the most solid part of the foundation that we are building on.” Hayford inherits a team that finished 1020 last year and 7-9 in the Big Sky Conference. Eastern finished 10-20 on the season and 7-9 in the Big Sky Conference. Eastern opens its season on Nov. 11 against the Gonzaga Bulldogs in Spokane.
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[ WRAP UP from page 12 ] from the North Division at 3-5-3. The top-five teams from the division qualify for the playoffs and the Raiders trail both Mount Rainier (4-6-2) and Auburn Riverside (5-6-1) for fifth place.
The Federal Way Eagles slipped by Graham-Kapowsin Thursday in SPSL South action, 3-2, at Federal Way Memorial Stadium. The win moved the Eagles to 4-6-1 and into sixth place in the division. The top-five advance to the postseason
and Federal Way trails fifthplace Rogers by six points with five matches to play in the regular season. Against GrahamKapowsin, the Eagles got goals from Gabriela Pelogi, Sydney Slagg and Bianca Arizpe, who also assisted on Slagg’s goal.
Volleyball The Todd Beamer Titans picked up a non-league win Friday night over the Stadium Tigers in Tacoma, 19-25, 25-22, 25-21, 26-24. The Titans (6-5 overall)
The Dons finished 19-15 on the season, including wins over Colorado, Portland and Gonzaga. San Francisco lost to Gonzaga in the semifinals of the West Coast Conference Tournament, 71-67. During his senior year Dickerson was one of the most consistent players in the state after averaging 22.9 points and nine rebounds a game. “From the first time I saw Cole play, I loved his feel for the game,” said USF head coach Rex Walters. “He has good size, can really shoot the basketball and has an advanced offensive understanding of the game. Cole can score a lot of different ways. He can post up, can shoot the three, can bounce it and get his own shot. He comes from a state championship program and Coach Collins has done a great job with him. His family is a basketball family.” Michael Hale — The Federal Way High School graduate is playing his junior season at the University of Texas-San Antonio. The 5-foot-8 point guard transferred after playing two seasons at North Idaho College. Last year, Hale was second in the Scenic West Athletic Conference averaging 18.2 points and 4.0 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game for North Idaho. The Cardinals finished 23-9 on the season. Hale was selected to the NJCAA All-American second team after averaging 11.7 points, 4.1 assists and 1.3 steals a game for the Cardinals as a freshman. North Idaho finished eighth at the NJCAA National Tournament. UTSA finished 20-14 a season ago and [ more TRACKING GRADS page 14 ]
The good news just keeps coming for Decatur High School graduate Ben Henderson. The professional fighter has started 2-0 in the top mixed-martial arts organization in the world, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and will fight Clay Guida Nov. 12 at the UFC on Fox card in Anaheim, Calif. But Henderson will get the ultimate compliment early next year when he will become a video game character. The UFC announced last week that the third installment of the “UFC Undisputed” video game franchise is set for a January 2012 debut. The game is produced by THQ development company, who recently released its first “Inside the Octagon” video segment, highlighting key changes to the video game from years past. The video, which can be seen on youtube.com, features THQ officials commentating on a “UFC Undisputed 3” bout between Henderson and Donald Cerrone. The video starts with the game’s new fighter walk-in sequences and then outlines a number of changes to the game, including the updated gameplay options that allow for simpler controls to the sometimes-complex title.
got a huge game from Megan Stumpf, who finished with 16 kills and four blocks. Lexi Jones added 11 kills and three blocks and Sophie Miller finished an impressive all-around match with 28 assists, three blocks, six aces and 13 digs.
Girls Swimming Decatur was beaten by Peninsula Thursday, 128-57, at the King County Aquatic Center. The Gators’ lone individual victory came from Lanie Vuong in the 100-yard butterfly in a time of 1:04.04.
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ran for 144 yards on just 14 carries. McClatcher had a 66-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Rogers actually led 7-0 early after Max McIntosh scored on a 4-yard pass from Stefan Van Horn in the first quarter. But Jones countered with two-straight touchdown runs to give the Eagles the lead for good, 14-7, early in the second quarter. Jones added his third touchdown before the half to give Federal Way a 21-10 lead at the break. Rogers cut the lead to 2117 on a 41-yard touchdown pass early in the second half, but it was all Eagles the rest of the way. Federal Way scored the final 28 points of the game, including runs by Jones, McClatcher and a 20-yarder by Zeek McNeal. Jessy Leifi also added a 10-yard fumble return for a score. In total, the Eagles have scored a total of five defensive touchdowns this
season, along with a pair of safeties. at Kentridge 18, Jefferson 15 â€” The Raidersâ€™ bid to make the playoffs will have to wait a week. The Chargers rallied past Jefferson (4-3) Saturday at French Field. Jefferson scored first on a 4-yard run by senior quarterback K.W. Williams in the second quarter. Williams added the two-point K.W. Williams conversion to give TJ an 8-0 lead. But Kentridge came back to score the next three touchdowns, one each in the second, third and fourth quarters, to take an 18-8 lead. The Chargers failed on all three two-point conversions. The Raiders attempted to get back in the game with
a 61-yard touchdown pass from Williams to Rithvik Lagisetti to cut the Kentridge lead to three, 18-15. But that was as close as it would get. Jefferson can clinch one of the SPSL Northâ€™s playoff spots Friday with a home win over Mount Rainier at Federal Way Memorial Stadium. at Bonney Lake 49, Decatur 6 â€” Bonney Lake (5-2) quarterback Chris Brown completed 17 of 35 passes for 394 yards and a school-record seven touchdowns during the Panthersâ€™ beating of Decatur Friday at Sunset Chev Stadium. Four of Brownâ€™s touchdown passes went to Zach Zarogoza. It was the second blowout SPSL 3A loss in a row by the Gators (4-3). Second-ranked Lakes beat Decatur 61-0 last week. The Gator offense couldnâ€™t get anything going against the talented Bonney
Lake defense Friday night. Decatur was limited to 83 total yards of offense. Things donâ€™t get any easier for the Gators, who take on seventh-ranked Peninsula Friday in Gig Harbor. Graham-Kapowsin 49, at Beamer 14 â€” The Titan (1-6) defense just couldnâ€™t stop Graham-Kapowsin quarterback Drew Austin Friday night at Federal Way Memorial Stadium. Austin passed for 294 yards and four touchdowns and Mike Ramos added two TD runs. Graham-Kapowsin took a 21-0 lead early in the first quarter before Beamerâ€™s Jarius McDade cut the lead to 21-7 on a 1-yard touchdown run. But GrahamKapowsin tallied the next 21 points. Beamerâ€™s Willie Roach added a late 35-yard touchdown catch for the Titans, who will take on Puyallup Friday at Sparks Stadium.
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ing this season at Central Washington University as a sophomore. He transferred after playing a season at Tacoma Community College. Davis averaged 8.9 points, 7.0 rebounds Kevin Davis and 1.8 blocks a game at TCC. â€œWe are excited to have an athlete of Kevinâ€™s caliber for the next three years,â€? CWU head coach Greg Sparling said. â€œHis ability to rebound and alter shots should have an immediate impact for us.â€? Davis had committed to the University of Washington to play basketball for the Huskies as a high school senior, but instead joined
TCC as a freshman. 1.3 points a game. Davis averaged 21.3 Dan Young â€” The points per game and was 6-foot-10 Federal Way grad held in single-digits just is playing his senior year at once as a senior at Beamer. Western Washington. He He was named the SPSL transferred to Western after South Most Valuable Player. two seasons at Highline Cam Schilling â€” The CC. The center played in 2009 Decatur 26 games for the graduate is playing Vikings last season his junior season on and averaged 4.5 the Pacific Lutheran points and 3.2 basketball team. rebounds a game. Schilling, a 6-foot-4 Western was 16-11 forward, started 24 on the year. games for the Lutes Xavyr Moss Cam Schilling last season and â€” The 2009 Jefferaveraged 8.2 points son grad is playing and 4.9 rebounds a his junior season game. PLU finished 15-10 at Pomona/Pitzer College overall and 10-6 in conferin Claremont, Calif. Moss ence play last season. played in all 25 games for Eric Radford â€” The the Sagehens and averaged 2010 Thomas Jefferson grad a team-best 13.9 points a is playing his sophomore game. Pomona-Pitzer finseason at the University of ished 9-16 on the season. Redlands in California. The 6-foot-5 guard played in 18 If we missed someone, games for the 16-12 Bullplease email sports@feddogs last year and averaged waymirror.com
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www.federalwaymirror.com [ LETTERS from page 9] sons here. Bob Celski is not a politician. He has never before run for office. He wants to be your city council member because he has a passion to improve our city. Bob will do what is best for you, not for selfserving interests. Bob met his wife, Sue, at Federal Way High School where he was an exceptional student-athlete. He attended West Point and served his country as an Army officer. The Army sent him to the University of Washington to earn a masterâ€™s degree. Bob and Sue raised their three sons in Federal Way: Chris (working for Nordstrom), David (a captain in the U.S. Army), and the youngest, J.R. (USA speed skater who won two medals in the last Winter Olympics). Why vote for Bob Celski? Let me tell you about my â€œrope test.â€? When I really need to trust someone I go through a mental drill, asking one simple question: If I were hanging over a cliff on a rope, would I trust the individual at the top to save me? In my life, less than 10 people have passed my mental â€œrope test.â€? Bob is one of them. Bob Celski is one of the finest men I have ever known and he wants to do what is right for you on the Federal Way City Council. When you vote for Bob Celski, you can be assured that he will never let you down.
Eugene Thompson, Federal Way
Dovey and the farmers market We would like the public to be aware of what an asset Federal Way City Councilman Jack Dovey is to the community. When we decided to start the Federal Way Farmers Market, we confided in Jack Dovey and
he spent many hours with us as we moved forward with our plans. Any time we have come up with situations that we have needed help with, he has always been there for us. His leadership skills and guidance were invaluable. You can often see him at the market shopping or supporting the market with a booth. We consider him a friend and value his connection with the city.
approach to problem solving. And youâ€™ll not meet someone with more heart and commitment when it comes to children and their futures. Please take some time to check Claire Wilson for Federal Way School Board, position 2.
Jeff Shaw, Federal Way
Honda meets my qualifications
Once again it is time for the people of Federal Way to choose the elected officials that will lead the city into the future. This is a difficult time with a host of serious issues awaiting the future city council. Iâ€™m writing today to ask I believe that we that you consider votneed council meming for Claire Wilson in her quest to FEDERAL WAY bers that are dedicated to ensuring become a member that Federal Way of the Federal Way continues to move School Board. forward in creating Iâ€™ve known Claire for a city that is conducive to about eight years and find raising families in a safe her to be one of the most community, providing jobs intelligent and dedicated for its residents and offerpeople around. We served ing recreational activities together on the Valhalla PTA, where I learned about to Federal Wayâ€™s diverse population. finding solutions and not The future city council making excuses. She knows must deal with all of these how to do much, much issues in a timely manner, more with much, much using creative approaches less. Her leadership as president of the PTA helped to solving problems in a cooperative atmosphere. the families at Valhalla For me, the person who become more involved best meets these qualificain their childrenâ€™s educations is Susan Honda. She tion. Her â€œEverything You has proven her dedication Want To Knowâ€? program to the City of Federal Way brought a very diverse by the numerous commitgroup of parents, many tees that she has served whose first language is not English, into the school and on. She has worked with the PTA, the Federal Way provided tools they could School District, the Federal use to ensure their children Way traffic department and get the most out of their the Boys and Girls Clubs, to elementary years. name just a few. This range Although her two of experience shows me children have moved on that she is willing to take from Valhalla, she remains on any task and is able to active in her neighborhood work effectively with a wide school. My friend Claire variety of people to achieve can charm you with both results. Her decision not her sense of humor and to seek an endorsement infectious laugh as well as from either political party amaze you with her vast increases my trust in her amount of knowledge and ability to work for the good her calm, level-headed
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of all Federal Way citizens. I encourage all voters to consider Susan Honda for Federal Way City Council this November.
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Fossos is worth re-electing I have known Jim Fossos for many years and regard his knowledge and skills to be exceptional as a South King Fire and Rescue fire commissioner. He has served our fire district very well. Having worked as a firefighter for 31 years, he understands the fire business. Jim has served our country as a Marine and has dedicated years of time and energy to civic boards and commissions, and heâ€™s been an advocate for the citizens of South King as fire commissioner for over 17 years. Maybe thatâ€™s why he was asked to serve on the board of the Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union where he has served as chair and secretary. Usually organizations go after capable people who bring qualities that strengthen their organization. And thatâ€™s Jim. He has a vast array of talent. So, when you need to decide on the right candidate to ensure the well-being of your fire department that it is run with the strongest
leadership and best strategies, you can count on Jim Fossos. Jim is someone who represents the home owners and businesses in Des Moines and Federal Way. Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s important to know who you are voting for. Hereâ€™s what I found out about his opponent. Jerry Galland has had no public service. He ran for precinct committee officer in 2008 and was not elected. He ran for the state Legislature in
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LEGAL NOTICES CITY OF Federal Way PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Proposed Amendments Related to High Profile Signs and Wall-Mounted Banner Signs in Non-Residential Zoning Districts (Non-Project Action) File No: 11-103951-00-UP The City of Federal Wayâ€™s Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, November 2, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers (33325 8th Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003), to consider the following amendments to the Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC): (1) amend FWRC 19.140.150 to allow wall mounted banners as an allowed sign type for non-residential properties as a pilot project; and (2) amend FWRC 19.140.140 to allow a third high profile sign for properties that meet the applicable size and right of way frontage standards. The official file is available for public review at the Department of Community Development Services (address above). A staff report will be available to the public on October 26, 2011. During the public hearing, the Planning Commission will take testimony from City staff, and other interested citizens. Any person may submit written comments prior to the hearing or present them to the Planning Commission during the hearing, and/or may appear at the public hearing to give verbal testimony. For additional information regarding these proposed amendments, please contact Contract Senior Planner Jim Harris at 253-835-2653, or email@example.com. FWM1821 Date Published: October 19, 2011
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www.federalwaymirror.com are experiencing this kind of oppression? You may be the one to help them just by saying an encouraging word. It doesn’t take much. Proverbs 12:25: “An anxious When was the last time heart weighs us down, but a you complimented a child? kind word cheers us up.” When did you commend How can I do this? a child for a job well done? Because when I was a Or just said something to a young child, I actually tried child to encourage them? to commit suicide. I was What if your child was told I was a mistake; that confident in who he/she I wasn’t supposed to be was? Would that be a good here. I drank some poison, shield for negative words but that didn’t work. spoken to him/her? I Then I tried to hang think so. Last Saturmyself. Obviously day was an example FEDERAL WAY that didn’t work of that. I was talking either. God did to the children at have another plan our Kidz Konnect for my life. I’m only meeting about bully76 years old! I have a ing. October is National Bullying Prevention Month. long, long life to live. Please consider reaching out to Did you know that? youngsters, not only this I was dumbfounded to learn that one of the young- month, but every month. sters (probably 9 or 10 years Encourage them to do the right things and think the old) wanted to commit right thoughts. You can suicide. He didn’t want do it and they are worth to live anymore. He was it. I know — I have seven sitting in the chair in front children, 22 grandchildren of me, bent over, his head was bowed down, his hands and 13 great-grandchildren. They are awesome. were covering his face and Charlotte Jennings, he obviously was severely depressed. I was impressed Federal Way to go to him and tell him that he was not a mistake; that God knew him before he was born. God had a purpose and a plan for him Federal Way has great and it was good. Jeremiah candidates for positions on 29:11 says, “For I know city council, and I encourthe thoughts that I think age you to check out their toward you, says the Lord, websites. Both Susan Honthoughts of peace and not da and Bob Celski come to of evil, to give you a future us with great backgrounds and a hope.” and I believe they would Those words began to bring to these positions, sink into his mind and fresh, new ideas to help us heart and pretty soon he build a city center. looked at me. He wasn’t While we have grown crying anymore. He began tremendously in residents to smile. over the past 20 years, we How many other children have failed miserably with
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bringing lasting business to Federal Way. This, in turn, has placed an additional burden on homeowners and taxpayers in this city. Because we do not have a good business tax base, all the responsibility for such things as Celebration Park, Dumas Bay, the Community Center and the planned performing arts/civic center comes out of our personal pocket books. An example is the
ever-growing “utility tax.” Additionally, property taxes on your homes have increased and are more than they would be if we shared those expenses mentioned above with Federal Way businesses. Celski and Honda have great experience and great ideas to jump-start business in Federal Way. Their backgrounds are admirable and they are eager to make a difference. Please join me in
voting for Susan Honda and Bob Celski for city council.
Sheryl Nevers, Federal Way
Peterson will benefit schools I support Danny Peterson for the Federal Way School Board. He has the educational background, passion and experience to do an excellent job for the district and the students and parents it serves.
He’s a responsive communicator and balanced in his views. Our community can only benefit someone of his caliber in this leadership role. He’s concerned about transparency and providing solutions that help our kids achieve their educational goals and fulfill their dreams for the future. I endorse his candidacy and hope the voters will support him as well.
Denise Koenig, Federal Way
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Honda, Celski bring fresh ideas
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 October 19, 2011