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CRIME BLOTTER | Woman is arrested after being accused of pinching man  EDUCATION REVOLUTION? | Column from Federal Way Parents Organization 
SPORTS | Decatur celebrates the life of WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011 former basketball standout 
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Repair agenda: Sewer service and leaky roof
County scores $21 mil. to help homeless
Middle school needs daily septic pumping it’s a septic issue, and I’m reminded of that every firstname.lastname@example.org day when I’m walking by,” A stinky problem highMoore said of the school, lights one school’s effort to located at 36001 1st Avenue trade a septic system for South, just off South 356th sewer service. Street. Rod Leland, As for getting facilities director for Illahee connected SCHOOL Federal Way Public to a sewer, Leland Schools, found said it’s contingent himself put on the upon the Lakehaven spot by school board Utility District being president Tony Moore successful in negotiating during the board’s Dec. easements. 13 meeting. Moore asked “When we put together Leland about two schools, the package for improveLake Grove Elementary and ments and said, ‘Here’s $20 Illahee Middle School. million,’ a million dollars As far as Illahee was con- of that was identified to cerned, Moore asked about connect Illahee to a sewer. the status of a project meant For those who don’t know, to connect that school to a currently it goes into a sewer system. tank, and we have that “The other project is near tank pumped every day. my house, and Illahee… [ more SCHOOLS, page 12 ] BY GREG ALLMAIN
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King County and the City of Seattle have been awarded more than $21.8 million in federal funding for homeless assistance in 2012-13. King County Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn announced the funding Dec. 20, after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development had announced over $1.5 billion being distributed nationwide. In South King County, the Multi-Service Center (MSC) received $26,724 for its Homeless Family Transitional Housing program. That program, according to the MSC, is for people who are “ready and willing to make changes in their lives to become more selfsufficient.” Those who qualify can live in the housing for up to two years, but must continue to work at moving forward while living in the housing. “Ending the cycle of homelessness for our most vulnerable residents requires many partnerships, and the renewal of this [ more HOMELESS, page 12 ]
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Christine Duffy, a 2004 graduate of Decatur High School, has spent the past year in Thailand as part of the Peace Corps. Pictured at Poverty Bay Coffee on Dec. 20 during a short visit to Federal Way, Duffy will head back to Thailand for another year. ANDY HOBBS, The Mirror
Peace Corps: Toughest job this Decatur grad ever loved BY ANDY HOBBS firstname.lastname@example.org
One year into her Peace Corps service, Christine Duffy has grown to appreciate Thailand’s people and culture. The experience has eliminated misconceptions she had about the nation. For one thing, they live simply. They’re not all starving or living on dirt floors. It’s not uncommon to find a resident in a tin house who happens to be browsing the Internet with an iPad — while down the road, the local mayor lives in a lavish mansion. While searching for a service-oriented career path, Duffy found the Peace Corps — and eventually, the Peace Corps found her. It took a lengthy application process, but Duffy soon found herself en route to Thailand. After
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A Halloween party at Christine Duffy’s house in Thailand. “We did trick-or-treating, colored pumpkins, learned a few words of English and some kids painted their faces to look like mine.” COURTESY PHOTO a three-month immersion in a Thai language and culture course, she located to the Surin province in a small village of about 7,000 residents. And yes, she can speak Thai. A major milestone came when she told jokes in Thai and actually got a few laughs. The language [ more CORPS, page 6 ]
MORE ONLINE Keep up with Christine Duffy and her work in Thailand by visiting her blog: www.christineduffy.com See some photos from Duffy’s time in Thailand in an online slideshow at federalwaymirror.com
The Federal Way Mirror began posting an online poll. A recent poll question asked: Will you support a proposed levy on the Feb. 2012 ballot to rebuild Federal Way High School? Of those who participated, 51 percent said yes, 48 percent said no, according to the poll. Check out federalwaymirror.com for the latest poll question: If Federal Way had light rail service to the airport and Seattle, would you use it often? The poll reflects the anonymous opinions of site visitors who voluntarily participate. Results may not represent the opinions of the public as a whole.
ATTENTION READERS: DELIVERY CHANGE Starting Jan. 6, 2012, the Federal Way Mirror will move to Friday delivery. Today’s edition (Dec. 28) will be the last Wednesday delivery. Dec. 31 will be the last Saturday delivery. Next week, customers will receive the newspaper on Friday, Jan. 6. We are only changing the delivery dates. We will still publish a print edition. Moving forward, The Mirror will print weekly on Fridays. As always, visit our website at federalwaymirror.com for the latest news updates.
 December 28, 2011
Anti-bully event Recycling options: Got Styrofoam? honors ethics of Columbine victim FROM STAFF REPORTS
the ones we donâ€™t want to see. So, for example, email@example.com â€˜Donâ€™t run, itâ€™s dangerousâ€™ Meredith Hill Elemen(is flipped) to the positive, tary School will host an and we say, â€˜Walk, because anti-bullying event on Jan. itâ€™s safe.â€™â€? 5, with an assembly being Taking that system of held for the students durflipping the script, Griebel ing the day, and a parents said Meredith Hill will NFFUJOHBUQN apply that to Rachelâ€™s The anti-bullying Challenge by not sayevent is part of Raing â€œDonâ€™t bully,â€? chelâ€™s Challenge, a but rather saying SCHOOL project in honor â€œPromote random of Rachel Scott, acts of kindness.â€? one of the students Griebel shared killed at Columthe words of Scott bine High School in herself during the Dec. 1999. The aim of Rachelâ€™s 13 board meeting, briefly Challenge is to promote quoting an essay Scott had random acts of kindness, written shortly before her something that fits in life ended. with existing practices at â€œShortly before this Meredith Hill, said Anna tragedy, she wrote an Griebel, instructional essay called â€˜My Code of coach and principal intern Ethics,â€™ in which she chalat the elementary. lenged everyone to imagâ€œFirst, I wanted you to ine what could happen if understand that we have we were to start a chain in place (at Meredith Hill) reaction of kindness and a positive behavior syscompassion. Her words tem,â€? Griebel said during BSFA*IBWFUIJTUIFPSZ the Federal Way Public if one person could go Schools board meeting on out of their way to start Dec. 13. compassion, it will start â€œThat means we focus a chain reaction of the our attention on the same. People will never behaviors we expect to know how far a little kindsee, and why, rather than ness can go.â€™â€? BY GREG ALLMAIN
Gang survey for S. King County FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Suburban King County Coordinating Council on Gangs is conducting a public survey to identify the nature and scope of gang activity and youth violence in King Countyâ€™s suburban communities. The council has joined the Center for Children and Youth Justice and high-level decision makers from South and East King County to create a coordinated and collaborative response to gang violence. The goal is to create a comprehensive plan that brings together efforts in prevention, intervention, suppression and re-entry. "OTXFSTUPUIFGPMMPXJOHRVFTUJPOTXJMMCFTPVHIU t%PDPNNVOJUZSFTJEFOUTCFMJFWFBHBOHQSPCMFNFY ists in the community? If so, what is the problem? t"SFUIFSFTJHOJÄ•DBOUEJÄŒFSFODFTBDSPTTHSPVQT What are those differences? t%PQBSFOUTCFMJFWFUIFJSDIJMESFOUPCFJOWPMWFEJO gangs or at risk for gang involvement? t8IBUEPUIFSFTQPOEFOUHSPVQTUIJOLTIPVMECF done about the gang problem? t*OXIBUXBZTBSFUIFSFTQPOEFOUHSPVQTXJMMJOHUP respond to the gang problem? The assessment area identified by the council is geographically defined by school district boundaries BOEJODMVEFT"VCVSO #FMMFWVF 'FEFSBM8BZ )JHIMJOF ,FOU 3FOUPOBOE5VLXJMB#FDBVTFPGUIFTJ[FPGUIFBT sessment area, the council is seeking to work with local newspapers and blogs, as well as existing community groups, such as neighborhood associations and faithbased groups, to facilitate the distribution and completion of the community resident survey. An online version of the survey is available at www. surveymonkey.com/s/KCGang.
The City of Federal Way reminded residents there are a number of options available to help dispose of all the extra mess that comes in the wake of the yearâ€™s biggest holiday. With big electronics, there always seems to be large, oddly shaped pieces of styrofoam that are impossible to stuff into a garbage or recycling can. The city offers a free drop-off location at City Hall from Dec. 26 to Jan. 13. The city notes that only clean white Styrofoam blocks are accepted for recycling â€” no cups, foam sheeting or other plastics. Styrofoam is also available for recycling year round at V&G Styro Recycle, located at 800 43rd St. in Renton. For more information, visit www.styrorecycle.com or call (253) 838-9555. Properly disposing of that authentic Christmas tree can be an issue as well. The city offers free pickup of Christmas trees on regular collection days for the weeks of Dec. 26-30 and Jan. 2-6. The city notes that all ornaments and lights need to be removed, and if a tree is over 6 feet tall, it should be cut in half. Decorated or flocked trees cannot be composted and will be charged as garbage, according to the city. That disheveled wrapping paper will be collected on regular recycling collection days by the city at no additional charge. If residents experience overflow because of wrapping paper, they can place the discarded pare in cardboard boxes, paper bags or durable containers labeled â€œrecycling.â€? Food scraps and foodsoiled paper can be placed in curbside yard waste containers for compost collection. The city recommends wrapping food scrap items
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City Recycling Project Manager Jeanette Brizendine is surrounded by part of the Styrofoam collected during the first post-holiday collection. COURTESY OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY in newspaper or paper bags, or placed in biodegradable bags. Food scraps consist of meat, bones, dairy, vegetables and the like, while food-soiled paper includes napkins, paper towels, pizza boxes and so on. For more information, visit www.cityoffederalway. com/recycling.
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A 29-year-old Des Moines man pleaded not guilty last Thursday in connection with the Nov. 5 shooting death of Jayme Thomas, 19, in the Redondo area of Des Moines. Johnny Rourn pleaded not guilty in King County Superior Court in Kent to a charge of second-degree murder, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorneyâ€™s Office. He also pleaded not guilty to a charge of second-degree assault for reportedly wounding a 24-year-old man during the shooting. Rourn is scheduled to return to court Jan. 31 when a trial date could be set or attorneys could ask for more time to prepare the case. He remains in the county jail at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent with bail set at $1 million. Thomas died after being shot early in the morning
Nov. 5 in the backseat of a vehicle in the 800 block of Redondo Way South. Witnesses reported that an argument and name calling occurred between two separate groups before the shooting. Two unidentified men started passing a gun around, then fired shots into a vehicle where Thomas sat, according to police. Rourn allegedly was upset about being called a name by friends of Thomas. An autopsy report showed Thomas was shot twice in the back and once in the arm, according to charging papers. Des Moines Police, with the assistance of Valley SWAT, arrested Rourn for investigation of homicide and assault Dec. 7 at his residence without incident. Thomas was a 2011 graduate of Mount Rainier High School. She was studying at Highline Community College to become a nurse.
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log: t-ZJOHNBOJO%7DBMM At 11:31 p.m. Dec. 18 in the 33000 block of 24th Avenue SW, police responded to a domestic disturbance call. According to the police report, the woman said the man had bent her finger back enough to cause her pain. The man said the woman had severely pinched him, and corroborated that claim by showing the skin where the pinch was said to have happened. Police arrested the woman because of the visible sign of injury on the man, but the police report notes that the man later admitted to police he had lied about the woman pinching him. t(JWFNFXIBUZPVIBWF At
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2:17 a.m. Dec. 17 in the 31000 block of Pacific Highway South, a man was approached by another man. According to the police report, the second man told the first to â€œgive me what you have,â€? and began pulling a metallic-looking object out of a pocket. The first man quickly fled, and the second man was able to be located and was arrested by police. t"OHSZDPVTJO At 2:03 a.m. Dec. 17 in the 1800 block of South 281st Place, a woman and her fiance were visiting with her cousin. According to the police report, the three got into an argument. At some point, the woman and her fiance ended up outside of the cousinâ€™s residence, and the cousin refused to let them back in. The police gave the woman and her fiance a ride home. t*EFOUJUZUIFGU At 9:24 a.m. Dec. 17 in the 800 block of SW 355th Court, a woman contacted police regarding a number of credit
cards she received in the mail. According to the police report, the credit cards were in the womanâ€™s name, but she had never signed up for them. She was able to determine that someone had used her name over the Internet to sign up for the cards. The womanâ€™s son had also had a bank contact him about a line of credit he had applied for, and again, that was something the son had never applied for either. t5PVHIMPWF At 9:29 a.m. Dec. 17 in the 33000 block of 8th Avenue South, a manâ€™s brother and mother brought him to Federal Way police headquarters because of his problems with a heroin addiction. According to the police report, the police approached the man and asked if he had any drugs on him, which he did. The man produced a burnt spoon, needles and an unspecified amount of heroin, and turned it over to the police. t/PSFDPSEPGNBOTTUPMFO
WFIJDMF At 12:09 p.m. Dec. 17 in the 28000 block of Military Road South, a man reported his vehicle had been stolen. According to the police report, the man could not produce a license place number, VIN number or any other official paperwork to prove ownership of the vehicle he was claiming was stolen. The FWPD records department was unable to find a car matching the manâ€™s description registered to him in their database. t1JMMQPQQFST At 11:57 a.m. Dec. 17 in the 2100 block of SW 352nd Street, a man called to report a number of prescription pills had been stolen from his home. According to the police report, the man had hosted a party recently, in which a large number of people were mostly unknown to him. Sometime during the party, someone stole 20 pills of the antipsychotic medication Seroquel, and 60 pills of another anti-anxiety medication.
232) from 2009, according to the King County Medical Examinerâ€™s report released Dec. 19. The 2010 annual report presents a detailed analysis of deaths that fell under the medical examinerâ€™s jurisdiction in 2010, including suspicious, sudden, unexpected or violent deaths in King County, as well as trends in homicides, traffic fatalities and drug overdose deaths. Other findings from
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Good news about Bally Fitness closure I would like to respond to Ken Harris’ letter “Boo to Bally closure.” I have been a member of the Bally Total Fitness for over 30 years and went to the club on 1st Avenue South. I signed up for a membership that allows me to use the club for about $5 a month, which I thought was a great deal. When LA Fitness bought out Bally, the only information I saw was a sign
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The 2011 public service awards It’s that time of year again when we bestow on our leaders, somewhat tongue in cheek, awards for their public service. The “understatement” award goes to a local city council member who, during a discussion on downtown economic development, noting that the new manager of The Commons Mall was from Las Vegas, commented “I think their community model is a little different then ours.” The “Key Vote” award goes to new city council members Susan Honda and Bob Celski, who may emerge as important players on the city council if alliances develop as expected. Speaking of the new council, it is going to look a lot different come January than it did this year. Mayor Skip Priest gets the “who are those guys” award and the “and which way did they go?” award, as new council members replace two of his longtime allies — and may have different ideas and want to go different directions than currently planned. Democratic State Rep. Mark Miloscia gets the “lucky break” award, as he finally gets a chance to run for his dream job as State Auditor with Brian Sonntag’s retirement. The “I’m really a moderate” award goes to Linda Kochmar. The Republican candidate for the Legislature, who sometimes sounds pretty conservative, has to convince independents and middle-of-the-road voters from both parties that she is politically moderate if this city councilwoman is going to have a chance of winning Miloscia’s vacated seat. If she can’t, expected candidate Tony Moore will take the conservatives, and the Democratic candidate will keep the party faithful in line.
And both will squeeze Kochmar. Moore, the school board president, could have been be a candidate for “I’m really a moderate” award, but he probably isn’t. And he can’t afford to look like one, anyway, without alienating his conservative base. If he makes it past the primary, then he will need to start looking like a moderate. Maybe we’ll consider him for next year’s award. The same goes for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna, who has to look like a moderate in King and Pierce counties and look like a conservative every place else. It has been about 30 years since a Republican was governor, and he has been mistakefree. McKenna gets the “right time, right place” award. The “who’s that?” award goes to Jay Inslee, the likely Democratic candidate for governor. His name identification appears somewhat limited in South King County. The award for “smart move” goes to King County Council member Jane Hague for undercutting her opponent’s position on the tab fee increase, leading to her re-election. But she shares the award with Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Rob Neu, who appointed school board candidate Liz Drake as principal at Thomas Jefferson High School. Drake gets to fix the problems at TJ, and Danny Peterson gets the school board seat. The “what will I do next” award goes to Federal Way City Council member Jim Ferrell, who was just re-elected to his third term on the council, but chose to pass on running for the Legislature. Since he has been an advocate [ more ROEGNER page 5 ] Bob Roegner
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Many people are aware that Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day each year. But how many of you know that Nov. 20 is the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance? Transgender Day of Remembrance began with a candlelight vigil in 1999, after the murder of Rita Hester, who was killed because of her gender identity. The day continues to remember, honor and raise awareness about people we have lost due to anti-transgender bias, prejudice or hatred. Confused? Here’s some basic information. Biological sex refers to the chromosomes, hormones and genitalia with which we are born. For most people, the sex chromosomes are XX or XY. While there are variations, that’s a different article. People with XX chromosomes generally have female genitalia. Those who are XY generally have male genitalia. Gender is about being or feeling male or female. Most people are “cisgender” because they feel and experience that they are the same gender as the genitalia they have. For example: a person with female body parts feels like a girl or woman and experiences herself as a girl or woman. Some people feel and experience strongly that they are a different gender from the body parts they have. We call that being transgender. Dutch research has shown that one difference between transgender and cisgender people is their brains. That is, a person with male chromosomes, and male genitalia, who feels like a woman, actually has female brain characteristics (and vice versa). This is different from a man who chooses to be a nurse, or a woman who chooses to be a firefighter. Gender roles are the roles our society expects us to play and conform to because of the body parts we have. What labels or judgments we have about people who color outside of these lines (tough women or effeminate men, for example) have to do with what roles we have been taught to expect each gender to fulfill. In our culture, we limit people to one of two gender assignments, male or female. However, some cultures have three, four or even five gender assignations (some Indonesian cultures, for example). Sexual orientation has to do with whom we are attracted, and is completely separate from our gender identity. Still confused? You’re not alone. There are many people who do not understand transgender people, or anyone who falls outside of their own definition of male or female. But these people do exist, and they deserve respect and our willingness to try to understand. A friend of mine who navigates this on a daily basis gets questions from people struggling with their gender identity. One question he got earlier this year was “Can trans people pray?” [ more JOHNSON page 5 ]
Can transgender people still pray?
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at the Bally club desk saying there was a transition going on as LA Fitness took over. No mention was ever made that they intended to close the club, and I did not find out about it until I read it in The Mirror. Later I received letters from both Bally and LA Fitness, but neither told us what we wanted to know — namely, whether LA
Fitness was going to honor the terms of our Bally club memberships. Apparently, Ken Harris got the impression that they were not and that is why he wrote his letter. I was fortunate because my membership expired just before the sale and I renewed for three years — but the $64,000 question was, what happens when my membership expires in November 2014?
When I attended the LA Fitness club on Enchanted Parkway South, I spoke to a former Bally club member who told me that a class action lawsuit was filed against both Bally and LA Fitness in Philadelphia to force LA Fitness to honor the contracts that members had with Bally and that LA Fitness finally agreed and the lawsuit was dropped.
I called LA Fitness and spoke to a representative who knew nothing about the lawsuit, but did affirm that LA Fitness would continue to allow members to renew per the terms of their Bally membership agreement. The other good news is that LA Fitness clubs are a major upgrade from the Bally clubs. As everyone probably knows, Bally had major financial problems and their clubs were old, run-down and poorly maintained. They also made bad [ more LETTERS page 5 ]
December 28, 2011 
Common Core vs. Power Standards: Education revolution? current 110-year-old system into one that matches pace with 21st century technological developWhy is Federal Way Public ment. These changes in educaSchools administration tion will have a profound building its own system? and positive effect on the YOUR Common Core State future of this nation if Standards are coming. properly implemented. The move toward ComCCSS will change the mon Core State Standards manner in which teach(CCSS) presents some very exers teach and students learn. citing challenges and opportuniCCSS will create the opportunity ties. These standards are intended to transform Federal Way Public to transition education from the Schools (FWPS) into an actual BY KURT PEPPARD
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[ JOHNSON from page 4] How much work do we have to do in our culture when anyone — anyone! — wonders if they are even allowed to pray? My friend put together a request for those who were willing to share a prayer. To read the responses, visit http://thoughtson blank.wordpress.com/2011/07/26/we-pray. You may think you don’t need to know about this, or that it doesn’t affect you. As you look forward to the New Year, I chal-
[ ROEGNER from page 4] of term limitations, and he still seems to have political aspirations, what will he run for? It is hard to resist awarding Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn the “Tunnel Vision” award. His unrelenting opposition and defeat on the downtown tunnel has made many believe the mayor is politically vulnerable in 2013. However, McGinn’s political problems have kept the media busy, thereby benefiting King County Executive Dow Constantine and his management team, who have quietly improved
lenge you to learn more about the people behind this issue — their stories, their pain, their triumphs. Instead of standing in judgment or confusion, take a chance and walk with them.
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county government. That earns the Executive the “I’m supporting McGinn for reelection” award. The “odd couple” award goes to non-partisan Democrat council member Bob Ferguson and non-partisan Republican council member Reagan Dunn, who have worked on the King County Council for the past year while both were planning their campaigns for Attorney General. The Christmas party must have been interesting. The “full of patience” award goes to Sound Transit Executive Director Joni Earl, who has continued to maintain a dignified per-
[ LETTERS from page 4] management decisions like replacing the large men’s lockers with smaller lockers even though a locker shortage did not exist. When a member lodged a complaint or an inquiry, it was ignored. For example, when I left, the men’s shower room had a broken shower handle, a clogged drain and lights were out. In sharp
world-class school system. The Common Core State Standards will become the Washington State Standards in 2014. The transition to Common Core Standards is a major change in education, and will require active discussion and participation throughout all stakeholders in the school system and in the community. In creating the vision and actions that will drive toward the creation of a world-class educa-
sona despite catching flack in Federal Way and having to deal with the dynamic politics in Bellevue and Seattle. While not an award, it seems that President Obama may be one of the few giving thanks for the Republican presidential debates. It is as if the Democrats handed all the Republican candidates a script for self-destruction, and they were kind enough to follow it. Have a Happy New Year and thanks for reading.
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contrast, the LA Fitness club is brand new with newer equipment, more equipment, larger lockers and is very well maintained. The one drawback the LA Fitness clubs have is, unlike Bally, they have no tennis courts. In spite of that, I still believe it is a winwin situation for the former Bally club members.
tion system, we can overcome the mediocrity that presently shackles our students and teachers. The Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI) has already established a fourphase implementation timeline for the Common Core Standards, which begins with creating greater awareness and understanding of the tasks that lie ahead. Under the OSPI timeline, the assessments phase of implementation won’t be piloted until 2013, with the intent
of launching those assessment standards in 2014. FWPS is jumping the gun with ineffective implementation. The introduction of Power Standards into FWPS this year has caused much confusion, consternation and chaos. The transition to standardized education is being poorly implemented within FWPS leading to numerous issues with grading, limited teacher buy-in and a lack [ more YOUR TURN page 6 ]
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and cultural barriers have humbled her. â€œIâ€™ve learned to listen a lot more,â€? she said, noting that her community also speaks Lao. Duffy, 26, grew up in Federal Way. She graduated from Decatur High School in 2004, and eventually earned a degree in international business and finance from Gonzaga University. She credits her high school cheerleading coach for instilling a good work ethic, and credits a past job at Poverty Bay Coffee for introducing her to concepts like sustainable farming. â€œI wanted to do some kind of global service,â€? she said. â€œPeace Corps was a great fit for me.â€? Duffyâ€™s main projects in her Thai community have involved recycling and waste management. The country embraces recycling, and even has a saying that goes with it: â€œWaste is gold.â€? However, Duffy is promoting more recycling. Sheâ€™s also working on a project to clean up a forest that serves as a de facto dumping ground for this community, which burns much of its trash. She is adjusting to life in the Thai village. She recycles and composts, and rides a bike everywhere. She also tries to be a good role model for Americans. Most residents of Thailand have formed impressions of Americans based on Hollywood or an encounter with wanton tourists in Bangkok â€” the capital city that seems worlds away from Duffyâ€™s rural village.
Most of these Thai villagers are rice farmers (the nation is the worldâ€™s top rice exporter). Fortunately, Duffy said, the catastrophic flooding of 2011 did not directly affect her community. â€œThai people love to laugh and have a good time,â€? she said, noting their positive outlook as the 2011 flooding devastated much of the country. â€œThey had so much to teach me.â€? Sheâ€™s made a cultural impression on the villagers, showing them U.S. traditions like Halloween and Thanksgiving. Part of her schedule includes teaching English at a Thai high school, while brushing up on Thai skills weekly with a â€œhost mom.â€? Her small office in the village has wireless Internet, allowing Duffy to communicate with friends and family in the U.S. Thanks to Skype, video chats with her parents can help ease homesickness. When she returns to Thailand in January, Duffy will attempt to build a bio-gas tank that uses dung from water buffaloes as fuel to cook her food. The mayor of her Thai community is interested in one of these contraptions for his house. Also, sheâ€™ll return to her pet cat Baksida, a name that translates to â€œforeigner.â€? â€œThereâ€™s a niche for everyone in the world. I want to have a job that goes into my life,â€? she said, recalling the impact of her experience. â€œThese people are going to be in my life for the rest of my life.â€? The Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metropolitan area ranks No. 7 in the country for producing Peace Corps volunteers with 196 residents currently serving.
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FWFC PREMIER STORM U-10 BOYS WIN CANDY CANE CHALLENGE The Federal Way Football Club (FWFC) Premier Storm under-10 boys soccer team won the Starfire Candy Cane Challenge at the Starfire Sports Complex recently. The team went undefeated in the Dec. 17 tournament and didnâ€™t allow a goal. The team includes Keegan Yorke, Conner Prenovost, Jacob Sanchez, Jared Tran, Kai Sorenson, Blake Stafford, Easton Lane, Jacob Buchan, Mason Hymer, Ben Scarsella and Tiler Jennings. The team is coached by Stein Sorenson and Jason Prenovost.
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College football is big business. â€œDeepthroatâ€? didnâ€™t feed me that information and Iâ€™m not going to win a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for pointing that out. Everybody knows that the â€œamateurâ€? sport of college football makes a lot of money for a lot of people. To fully understand the corporate greed of college football, just take a look at the names of the 35 bowl games that are currently being contested. Every single one of them has a corporate sponsor in its name. Even the self-described â€œGranddaddy of Them All,â€? the Rose Bowl, has a sponsor â€” The Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio. But that doesnâ€™t even compare to some of the other corporations who will put their names on bowl games this holiday season. Here is a partial list of some of the better ones: The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, GoDaddy.com Bowl, Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, Belk Bowl, Beef â€˜Oâ€™ Bradyâ€™s Bowl, Fight Hunger Bowl, TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl and the Chick-fil-A Bowl. But there are two bowl games that feature more words than most of the players have read during their [ more SIDELINES page 8 ]
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Decatur High School graduate Garet Rasmussen collapsed and died inside his Wenatchee home after responding to an emergency call about a car crash in June. Rasmussen played on the 1992 Decatur basketball team that became the first in school history to qualify for the state tournament. COURTESY PHOTO
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During his high school days, Garet Rasmussen was known as a basketball player. The 1992 Decatur High School graduate ranks as the 20th all-time scorer for the basketball-rich Gators after averaging 10 points as a junior and 11.2 during his senior season. Rasmussen played a huge role in earning Decatur the schoolâ€™s first-ever berth into the state basketball tournament in 1992. But basketball had little to do with Rasmussenâ€™s post-Decatur days. Like most of us, the high school glory days were just that â€” glory days. They are fun to reminisce
about over a beer during the rare occasions when old friends get together. But those glory days really have no bearing on life after high school. A â€œpretty goodâ€? high school basketball career isnâ€™t going to change your newbornâ€™s diaper, pay the mortgage or deal with all the other stuff that arises in the real world. Rasmussenâ€™s post-graduation centered around being a firefighter and taking care of his young family. But that all came to an end during the summer. The 38-year-old collapsed inside his Wenatchee home after responding to an emergency call about a car crash. The Chelan County coroner concluded that Rasmussen died from hypertension and arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Rasmussen was the command duty officer for Chelan County Fire District One and Douglas County Fire District Two in Central Washington. Several of Rasmussenâ€™s classmates from Decatur, including current Gator assistant
The Federal Way Football Club (FWFC) Premier Storm under-10 boys soccer team won the Starfire Candy Cane Challenge at the Starfire Sports Complex recently by finishing unbeaten. For the complete story, see left side of page. COURTESY PHOTO
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comes from ESPN. The cable network currently has the rights to 33 of the 35 postseason games and even owns seven of the bowls. ESPN also spends $125 million a year just to televise the five Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games. â€œOur No. 1 goal is to find a multi-year relationship with a sponsor. We donâ€™t
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tied at second by generating $76 million, followed by Georgia ($75 million), Penn State ($73 million) and Florida ($73 million). Even lower-level schools like the University of Miami-Ohio and Northern Illinois, both generate $23 million a year. The money is mostly due to television contracts inked by certain conferences. In March, FOX and the Big 12 revealed a new 13-year cable deal worth a reported $90 million annually, or $1.17 billion over the length of the agreement. Then in May, the Pac-12, which includes Washington and Washington State, agreed to terms with both ESPN and FOX to establish the richest media rights deal in college sports. The contract goes into effect next season and is worth $225 million per year for 12 years. Remember, college football is big business.
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Tracking the Grads: College basketball Freshman Talia Walton saw her first action of the season for the University of Washington womenâ€™s basketball team on Dec. 18 during a win over Houston. Walton had knee surgery in October. Walton played five minutes and tallied two points for the 8-2 Huskies. Walton was one of the top recruits for Washingtonâ€™s 2011 class. The 6-foot-2 forward was voted the Associated Press Class 4A Washington Prep Girls Basketball Player of the Year after leading the Eagles into the state title game as
a senior. Walton was also named the South Puget Sound Leagueâ€™s South Division Most Valuable Player, Seattle Timesâ€™ Star Times AllArea, The News Tribuneâ€™s All-Area Player of the Year and the Mirrorâ€™s All-City Player of the Year. Walton led the Eagles to a perfect 16-0 record in the South Puget Sound League South Division and to the West Central/Southwest District championship, while averaging 17 points and close to 13 rebounds per game. It was the thirdstraight season that Federal Way has played at the Class 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament.
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ing wins over Hawaii and Idaho, among others. Last season, Forbes started 23 games and averaged 9.8 points and 2.6 rebounds a game for the Eagles. As a true freshman, Forbes averaged 10.5 points a game. t$PMF%JDLFSTPOÂ‰ The 2010 Federal Way grad is playing his sophomore season at the University of San Francisco. The 6-foot-7 forward has played in all 13 USF games this season and is averaging 5.2 points and 3.8 rebounds for the Dons, who are 9-4 on the season. Dickerson played in 27 USF games and averaged 7.9 minutes a game last year. Dickerson averaged two points a game and grabbed 2.3 rebounds. During his senior year at Federal Way, Dickerson was the state player of the year after averaging 22.9 points and nine rebounds a game. t%BO:PVOHÂ‰ The 6-foot-10 Federal Way grad is playing his senior year at
Western Washington. He transferred to Western after two seasons at Highline CC. The center is averaging 3.0 points and 3.2 rebounds a game for the 11-2 Vikings this season. Last year, Young played in 26 games and averaged 4.5 points and 3.2 rebounds a game. t$BN4DIJMMJOHÂ‰ The 2009 Decatur graduate is playing his junior season on the Pacific Lutheran basketball team. He has started all 10 games this season and is averaging 10.2 points and 5.9 rebounds for the Lutes, who are 5-5 on the year. Schilling, a 6-foot-4 forward, started 24 games for the Lutes last season and averaged 8.2 points and 4.9 rebounds a game. PLU finished 15-10 overall and 10-6 in conference play last season. t5SBWJT8BHOFSÂ‰ The Decatur High School grad is playing at Evergreen State University for the Geo-
[ RASMUSSEN from page 7] basketball coach, Collin Sawyer, have organized a Garet Rasmussen Night celebration. â€œGaret was a loving father, husband, son and friend to many,â€? it says on the eventâ€™s Facebook page. â€œHe was also an outstanding basketball player who loved Decatur High School and the Gator basketball program.â€? Garet Rasmussen Night will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 20 inside the Decatur High School cafeteria. Refreshments will be provided, as well as the opportunity to share stories about Garet and the Decatur com-
munity. The celebration will continue inside the schoolâ€™s gym when the current Gators take on Peninsula High School in a key South Puget Sound League 3A game. Rasmussen was born Jan. 5, 1973, and raised in Federal Way, where he went to elementary school and junior high before graduating from Decatur in 1992. Following his Decatur days, Rasmussen attended Skagit Valley Community College on a basketball scholarship before getting the firefighter itch. His firefighting career began as a resident with the Chelan County Fire District
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both of Red Oak, TX. Rasmussen also enjoyed the outdoors, camping, taking the kids hiking to have picnics, hunting and fishing, according to his obituary. He loved playing basketball and watching Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fights on television. According to a story in the Wenatchee World newspaper, an estimated 2,000 people came to honor Rasmussen during his funeral at the Town Toyota Center in June. â€œMore than 300 firefighters in uniforms and shined black shoes stood at attention and saluted Rasmussen as the engine slowly rolled by,â€? it said. â€œTheir jackets displayed the colorful insignias of more than a dozen (departments), some from as far away as Alaska and Montana.â€?
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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. â€œZeke (Umipig) can really shoot it â€“ he could be a real surprise,â€? said coach Bill Burton. â€œWe feel he can be one of the most talented guards in the conference.â€? t.JDIBFM)BMF***Â‰ 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. Hale is averaging 10.6 points for the 6-5 Roadrunners. He tallied a careerhigh 26 points during a heart-breaking 90-85 loss to Oklahoma State earlier this season. He also added five rebounds and four assists against OSU. Last year, San Antonio
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Mattress store opens: Mattress Discounters is opening 12 locations in the Pacific Northwest. A Federal Way store opened earlier this month at 35105 Enchanted Pkwy S. The company touts itself as the â€œlargest mattress discounter in the West.â€? Other locations in the region include Tacoma, Tukwila, Covington, Lynnwood, Everett, Seattle, Silverdale and Burlington. The company promises the best price on brand name mattresses, or the mattress is free.
In 2012, Jet Cities Sweet Adelines Chorus will mark its 50th anniversary. The Federal Way City Council has officially decreed January 2012 to be â€œSweet Adelines International Monthâ€? in Federal Way. Jet Cities Chorus, as a local affiliate of Sweet Adelines International, will be special guests and performers at the Jan. 3, 2012, meeting as the new council members are installed. The proclamation recognizes Jet Cities â€œfor the valuable entertainment and music education they provide to our city.â€? COURTESY PHOTO
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Leaders speak: Federal Way Noon Kiwanis meets residents. To register, call Jane at (253) 952-7714. at noon Wednesdays at Old Country Buffet on South 320th Street. Upcoming speakers include Operation Child car seat recycling: Free dropoff for unusImpact outreach manager Duane Hardesty (Dec. 28) able, expired and/or recalled child car seats from 10 and Sheila Goodfellow of Elder Care (Jan. 4). a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Federal Way Community Center Health and Safety Fair, 876 S. 333rd St. Call Business recycling: The Federal Way Solid Waste and Recycling Division is seeking applications for the (253) 835-2771. annual Leadership in Recycling Award until Dec. 31. Occupy Federal Way: The anti-corporate protest This award recognizes local businesses that increase started by Occupy Wall Street in New York City recycling, reduce waste and employ other has reached Federal Way. To learn more about sustainable practices. Visit cityoffederalway. weekly meetings in Federal Way, email com/recycling. COMMUNITY OccupyFederalWay@gmail.com or visit Occupy Federal Way on Facebook. Styrofoam block recycling: Free dropoff for clean white Styrofoam block Computer classes: The Federal Way recycling Dec. 26 to Jan. 13 in Federal Way Senior Center at 4016 S. 352nd St. offers City Hall parking lot, 33325 8th Ave. S. Call morning and afternoon computer classes from (253) 835-2771. September through May. To register, contact Larry Malcom at (253) 839-5418. Shrinking the Worry Monster: A seminar for parents to learn ways to manage childhood anxiety Give blood: Cascade Regional Blood Services is will run 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jan. 7 at 33600 6th hosting multiple blood drives in Federal Way in JanuAve. S., Suite 212, Federal Way. Led by Sally Baird, ary. For locations and appointments, contact Robin Ph.D. and licensed psychologist. Cost is $40 per perLulich: (253) 927-0540 ext. 202. son, $20 for spouse. To register, call (253) 952-4366. Heavier Than Air Family Theater: Green River AROUND TOWN Community Collegeâ€™s resident community theater Business education: The South Sound Regional will hold open auditions Jan. 10 and 12 for an upBusiness Incubator hosts â€œLunch and Learnâ€? and coming production of â€œThe Sound of Music.â€? Perforbusiness education classes. The classes are free to the mances are in March. Contact email@example.com. public. To register, call (253) 929-1500. Book discussion: The Multi Cultural Book Group Networking: The Service Excellence Group of will discuss â€œThe Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacksâ€? Federal Way is a networking group for professionals by Rebecca Skloot at 7 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Federal excellent customer service skills. The group Way 320th Library, 848 S. 320th St. Henrietta, a poor with gives back to the community and meets for lunch on black tobacco farmer, had cells taken from her withsecond and fourth Thursday of every month for out her knowledge in 1951. This book tells a riveting the story of the collision between ethics, race and medi- lunch. Visit www.segfw.org or call (253) 335-8729. Arts Alive: Artwork by 13 local artists is on display cine. Newcomers welcome. Call (253) 859-8349. until Jan. 4 at City Hall as part of the annual Arts Fight hunger: Volunteers are needed for the Fedjuried art show. The exhibition is intended to eral Way Diversity Commission food drive in January. Alive highlight the work of local artists and provide an The commission is hosting the food drive Jan. 14, opportunity to display their works in a public setting. in conjunction with the Martin Luther King holiday Visitors can vote for the Peopleâ€™s Choice award. weekend. Donations will be collected between 10 Shopping carts: Citizens can report abandoned a.m. and 2 p.m. and will benefit the Multi-Service shopping carts on the cityâ€™s cart hotline at (253) 835Centerâ€™s Federal Way Food Bank, which is one of the 6774 or at www.cityoffederalway.com/shoppingcart. largest food banks in South King County. Volunteers are needed to help staff the grocery stores for this Tax returns: Volunteers are needed to prepare tax yearâ€™s drive. Contact Brook Lindquist at (253) 835returns for the elderly and low-to-middle income 2401 or firstname.lastname@example.org. taxpayers in the Federal Way and Des Moines area. Art history: High gothic and renaissance art will be Training is provided at no cost through the AARP Taxthe topics for a weekly art history class that runs Jan. Aide program. Open to all ages. Call (253) 569-8855 or email email@example.com. 17 to Feb. 28 at Village Green Retirement Campus in
That material is hauled to a manhole designated by Lakehaven Utility, and itâ€™s dumped there, and thatâ€™s a service we pay for. Thatâ€™s been the condition since the school was built.â€? Leland continued. Lakehaven had put together a plan to serve 356th Street with a major force line sewer that would connect on the east side of Highway 99, he said. â€œThat plan has been in place, over the last three years, theyâ€™ve refined it. It came within one lot of Illahee, it was perfect,â€? he said. â€œTo build our part of the system, which would be a four-inch force main to connect to the part that Lakehaven was buildingâ€Ś It would take the sewage down to the east side of Pacific Highway and connect it to their major force line. That was a perfect melding.â€? Leland said Lakehavenâ€™s plan for this connection ran into a few snags. Lakehaven has been pursuing easements on properties to build the force main. The force main comes across undeveloped land, crosses wetlands, crosses native forests, and then crosses developed properties. â€œThey have not been able to put together all the elements they need,â€? he said.
Illahee Middle School is located at 36001 1st Ave. S. COURTESY OF FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
If the district were to try and take on the project itself, Leland said FWPS would end up right where Lakehaven is, fighting to get easements through all those properties, and that the $1 million set aside for the project would be quickly used up. Leland said the district is ready and geared to go. â€œWeâ€™re poised to do our part, weâ€™ve had Pyramid Engineers do our part, weâ€™ve had conversations with Lakehaven,â€? he said. â€œWe know what our part looks like, they know what their part looks like. Weâ€™re financed. Thatâ€™s where we are currently.â€?
Lake Grove For Lake Grove, Moore said he had recently visited during a rainy day, and noticed a number of leaks in the schoolâ€™s roof and ceiling. Moore wondered if Lake Grove was on the agenda for Leland and his crew anytime soon to get
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federal funding for housing and services sustains a critical piece of the safety net for thousands in need across our region,â€? Constantine said. McGinn echoed these words. â€œThese annual grants are essential as we work to help people rebuild their lives and find safe and stable housing,â€? McGinn said. â€œThe federal funds are especially important in our efforts to preserve basic human services in Seattle and throughout the region.â€? The $21.8 million in federal funds will help with a total of 1,776 units of hous-
the problem fixed. â€œI know Iâ€™m throwing that at you out of the blue, but I was committed to bringing that up to you, only because of the number of leaks in the roof,â€? Moore said. Leland said he wasnâ€™t 100 percent sure of where Lake Grove was in the queue for projects. â€œI believe there are 68 projects from the $20 million,â€? Leland answered, referencing money set aside in recent years for construction and upkeep projects. â€œAnd where we are with the Lake Grove roofâ€ŚI wouldnâ€™t want to report to you tonight, because Iâ€™m not certain.â€? The districtâ€™s facilities service director told the board he would look into it, and email them in the near future. In a post meeting conversation, Leland said the Lake Grove roof project is in Phase 3, and is expected to be put out to bid in the spring or summer.
ing, 754 of which are transitional like the MSC housing program, and 1,022 that are permanent housing for homeless people and the disabled. Parts of the funding will go toward â€œsupportive housing for homeless adults with severe mental illness,â€? and also the countyâ€™s data collection system for homeless statistics. â€œOur efforts are making a difference in helping people to find and maintain stable housing,â€? said Bill Block, project director for the countyâ€™s Committee to End Homelessness. â€œThis award shows that our federal partners value our programs and recognize our progress.â€?
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