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Redmond High senior Jason Harrington led all scorers with a game-high 21 on Tuesday night during the Mustangs’ 72-63 win over Newport. The Mustangs have won eight of their last 10 games and have secured a spot into next week’s Kingco Tournament, which gets underway on Tuesday at the higher seed’s home court at 7:30 p.m. The semifinals and finals take place at Juanita High School on Feb. 10 and 17. Prep report, see PAGE 7. PHOTO COURTESY OF MATT CAMPBELL, www.sportspixs.com
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The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) school board could vote to hire its preferred new superintendent candidate as early as Feb. 27, according to LWSD communication director Kathryn Reith. Feb. 27 will be the next time the topic will be on a board meeting agenda and Reith said the outcome will depend on how the
conversation goes that evening. “(The board will) discuss it,” she said. “They could conceivably decide to vote (on hiring a new superintendent).” The earliest the board could have made a decision previously was Jan. 30. However, due to the snow, wind and ice storms Jan. 16-20, the district had to reschedule three of its meetand-greet events with preferred candidate Dr. Traci Pierce originally set for that week.
These meetings are an opportunity for the public to meet Pierce, who has been with LWSD for 17 years and is currently the deputy superintendent of instructional services, and provide feedback for the LWSD board of directors. Three events have already been held Jan. 10 at Redmond City Hall and, Jan. 25 at the LWSD Resource Center and Thursday [ more SUPERINTENDENT page 2 ]
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Redmond's planned new secondary choice school remains in the permitting process, but it received a substantial financial boost Tuesday from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to help fund equipment for the school's four laboratories and professional development for teachers. The foundation announced a $400,000 grant award to the Lake Washington School District's new STEM school for "creations of labs and professional development for teachers who will be embracing STEM education," according to Bonnie Benjamin-Phariss, the foundation's program director for education. "I think there is a role for private philanthropy in assisting the public school system," said Sue Coliton, the foundation's vice president. "This grant will help catalyze a type of teaching." The choice school would serve students in grades 9-12 from throughout the district on a lottery basis and have a curriculum dedicated to science, technology, engineering and mathematics — also know as STEM. The seven-acre building site is located on property next to Alcott Elementary at 4213 228th Ave. N.E. in unincorporated King County between Redmond and Sammamish city limits. While programming and planning for the new STEM school is well underway, construction of the new building is still in the permitting process with King County, according to district officials. Construction of the new school has been stalled by two residents' appeals of the King County hearing examiner's recommendation to approve the conditional use permit, according to Forest Miller, the district's director of facilities.
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The new timeline will allow more residents the opportunity to meet Pierce and give their input by filling out comment cards at the meet and greets or online through LWSDâ€™s website at lwsd.org. â€œWeâ€™ve extended the date for community comment,â€? Reith said.
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The new deadline for online comments is the end of the day Feb. 22, exactly one month after the original deadline. This will give the LWSD board time to review all the feedback and input they receive before the Feb. 27 meeting. LWSD School Board President Jackie Pendergrass said she couldnâ€™t say much about what may happen at that meeting other than that the board will be discussing Pierceâ€™s candidacy for superintendent. â€œAt this time, all I can say is that it will be on the agenda Feb. 27 for the board to decide either to accept Traci as superintendent or not,â€? Pendergrass said. The board did an internal review before naming Pierce as their preferred candidate last December to replace current superintendent Dr. Chip Kimball, who will leave LWSD at the end of the school year to be superintendent at the Singapore American School, Pendergrass said. She said the board will not be looking outside the district for Kimballâ€™s replacement.
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School district plans to build new STEM school in three phases
Once the district gets approval for construction, the entire foundation of the school would be built and from there, the project would be built in three phases because "there is not enough time to build the entire school by fall," Miller said. The first phase of the project is expected to be open to 150 freshmen and 150 sophomores by this fall for the start of the 2012-13 school year. The second phase is expected to be complete by January of 2013 and the entire construction project done by May or June of 2013, according to Miller. The district chose the three-phase construction approach for the new STEM school because there will be only 300 students using the school that first year, Miller said. Once the first phase is complete, "the school will have enough space for 300 students," Miller said As those 150 freshman and 150 sophomores matriculate, the STEM school will continue to accept ninth-graders and will have students in every high school grade level by the fall of 2014, according to district communications director Kathryn Reith. By 2014, there will be 600 fulltime students attending the STEM school, Reith said. The new 66,000-square-foot school would accommodate up to 675 students, allow-
TEACHING STRUCTURE While the construction has yet to begin, Cindy Duenas, the planning principal for the STEM school, along with her planning team, have been finalizing the academic structure of the school. The STEM school's curriculum and graduation requirements will be the same as those at other district high schools, with a focus on problem-based learning, digital literacy, inquiry, integration and research, Duenas said.
focus, such as environmental engineering and design or computer science. "We want the student to provide viable solutions to real-world problems," Duenas said. "The students will work with experts in the community and sciencebased businesses in the community. We want to get our kids ready for that type of work in college and in
their future professions." An informational meeting about the new STEM school was held last Friday and district officials handed out 450 applications, showing a "real enthusiasm" for the new school, Reith said. The STEM school application deadline is Friday and notification letters will be sent out by Feb. 15, according to the LWSD website.
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Students and staff will use STEM education to pursue solutions to real-world challenges, such as clean energy, infrastructure and biomedical issues, Duenas said. The first two years of study in the school are the "foundation years," Duenas said. Teachers will use an integrated approach to core classes, weaving the STEM theme of physics, engineering and humanities into all areas of study, she added. Then in the students' junior and senior years, they will select a STEM lab concentration, which will combine several classes in a specific
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A hearing date for those appeals has yet to be determined and a permit cannot be granted until the appeals are decided upon by the hearing examiner, said Miller, who declined to comment on the appellants' case. Miller said the start date for construction on the new school is still up in the air because of the pending appeals, but the district is shooting to open the new school â€” at least part of it â€” by this fall. The planned opening of the new STEM school is set to coincide with the district's switch to a new grade configuration in the fall. Starting in the fall, all LWSD high schools will serve students in ninth through 12th grades, while junior highs will be changed to middle schools for sixth- through eighthgraders and elementary schools will serve students through fifth grade.
ing another 150 part-time juniors and seniors from other high schools to enroll in elective lab classes at the STEM school, according to Reith. The new STEM school, a modular prefabricated building, will feature 24 classrooms, four laboratories, two common areas and a presentation hall. There will be no gymnasium or athletic fields. Once the permits are issued, work will begin on site, while construction of sections of the school will be built offsite in Oregon and trucked up to Redmond, Miller
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Good to see bipartisan support for gay marriage It is wonderful to see politicians from both sides of the party spectrum come together to support marriage equality. As the discussion about the rights and morality of gay marriage have taken place over recent years, it is heartwarming to know that as people, we can evolve and be open to learning the merits about this debate. I would like to thank all of these political representatives who have stepped up to make a stand for civil rights. In a time that has been so politically polarizing in the nation it is uplifting to see true leadership transcend the status quo. Jaye Kinsella, Redmond
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How come the editorial page doesn’t have a name associated with the main editorial? Is it safe to say it’s Bill Christianson? Was it his offensive comments that were written in the editorial, “Same Sex, Same Rules”? Your editorial appears to be supportive of this legislation. How do you figure gays and lesbians deserve the right to be married? It is not a civil right. The only people that deserve the privilege and right to marriage, is a man and a woman. It’s God’s design, so that mankind could reproduce. Regardless of public opinion, mine, yours or anyone else ... just remember, God’s opinion is all that counts. He did destroy a city, Sodom and Gomorrah that was given over to this perverted lifestyle. It’s not just a Biblical fable. God’s judgment is not something to mock or make fun of. I fear we’re on the same slippery slope, by yielding to these type of decisions. Ron Fleet, Redmond
Group Health needs to revise its Overlake plans The board of the Redmond Historical Society, a group 130 dues-paying members and a base of around 1,000 people who receive our newsletter, urges Group Health to develop its Overlake property around — not without — most of the significant and landmark trees that make it a special place. History, and the landmarks that reflect it, is made not just with people, events and buildings, but nature too can provide the inspiration and sense of place that roots us as a community. Group Health’s board recognized that in 1977 when it acquired the property and built a beautiful campus around the trees. We are not against the development, and we acknowledge that designing around most of those trees, especially the 65 landmark ones, might require a creative approach, but we also think doing so would make an incredible statement about Group Health’s vision as a valued community member. In this year of Redmond’s Centennial, it’s worth remembering that those trees are much older than our human presence and represent a part of our heritage for which we have few remaining examples. Christine Himes, president of Redmond Historical Society
New SR-520 bridge will be Disneyland on pontoons Your writer, Matt Phelps, wonders why people are so disdainful of the tolls on SR 520 in his Jan. 13 column, “Hypocrisy taking its toll on State Route 520 bridge.” Let me answer a few of your questions or respond to your uninformed observations, Matt.
First, people question tolling I-90 to prop up the tolling of SR-520 because they were concerned about that eventuality back when the end of tolling on the old (and, still, the “current”) Evergreen Point Floating Bridge was in sight. Laws were passed to codify the principle that you shouldn’t toll one route to support another, and people made long-term decisions about where to locate a business, buy a home, etc. based on those laws and the reality on the ground. But Matt has drunk the Washington State Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT) grape Kool-Aid when it comes to describing what’s going on along the SR-520 corridor as a “replacement.” A replacement would be to have a new, four-lane (two-each-way) bridge constructed, assembled, and floated into place. This could have happened years ago with funds that the WSDOT had in hand. A slightly better replacement would have been to build a new bridge just wider enough to provide for a break-down lane on each shoulder, giving disabled cars a place to pull over and allowing emergency responders to more quickly reach accidents and medical emergencies. What we are getting as a “replacement” is, instead, Disneyland on pontoons with new lanes for transit, pedestrians, and bicycles. We’re building massive lids on the Eastside, so where bridges once stood there will be parks and traffic circles. On the Seattle side, where they don’t have a clue as to how to fund another $2-billion-plus to complete their “vision,” the DOT will be putting in a 1,400-foot long lid to make it both pretty and quiet for those folks. The WSDOT even “volunteered” some $22-million in SR 520 funds so the University of Washington could turn an $8-million pedestrian overpass into a grand “front porch.” The $22-million represents five months worth of tolls, so why not give it away? Maybe Matt can explain why the SR 99 tunnel beneath Seattle is so worthy of tolling, too. After all, it will have fewer lanes, no downtown exits or on-ramps, and allow other people to enjoy the windfall of better views and property development opportunities. Why avoid paying tolls on SR-520? Because this so-called “replacement” is jam-packed with goodies for just about everyone except the motoring public that’s paying for it. Bruce Haigh, Kirkland
Banning all cell phones is not the answer In reference to the Reporter’s Jan. 6 editorial “Deadly Devices,” banning all cell phone use while driving may not be the answer. Cell phone use is addictive and is perceived by many as safe, especially when it is done hands-free. Addictive behavior is difficult to stop even when it is illegal. In states where cell phone use is now banned there is evidence that many accidents are caused by drivers trying to hide their phones while using them. One of the things to consider is that Americans don’t obey laws if they think the law is unfair, feel they won’t be caught, can afford the fine, or can get out of being convicted because they have a good lawyer. People flaunt the cell phone law that is currently in effect because they mistakenly believe they are safe doing so and the chance of getting caught is so slim. You can’t ban everything that is a distraction — we have all seen people eating a burger, putting on makeup, programming a GPS, or turning around to check on a toddler sitting in the back seat. It often isn’t the distraction that is truly the cause of the accident but rather the fact that a driver may be following the vehicle in front of him too closely. How often do you see a line of cars traveling at 60 miles per hour with only two car lengths between them? Whether a driver is distracted or not, if the vehicle in front of him slows suddenly, he will not be able to stop his vehicle in time to avoid a crash. According to studies, the “thinking, reacting, stopping” distance of an alert driver is at least 240 feet. It takes about 3.5 seconds before you can bring your car to a stop. I fully support a ban on texting while driving but I wonder if the law will actually keep a teen from overcoming the urge to look at his phone when it buzzes. Adults in Washington aren’t setting a good example by ignoring the “hands free only” law now in effect. I am one of the few people I know who doesn’t own a cell phone and I know I am a better driver because of it. Common sense should be a greater motivator than the fear of a penalty. If you can’t ignore the ringing or buzzing of your phone while driving, then turn it off or leave it at home! Margarette Bull, Kirkland
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Senate passes gay marriage bill; House review next As Senate President Brad Owens announced that the same-sex marriage bill, ESSB 6239, had passed, an anxious audience of hundreds watching attentively during tense floor debate erupted with applause. The bill, which had bipartisan support, passed in the Senate 28 to 21 late Wednesday. The bill has already garnered enough support in the House after it moves through committees to pass and is expected to be on the governorâ€™s desk early next week. â€œI think itâ€™s one of the more powerful experiences of my life,â€? said Sen. Kevin Ranker (D â€“ 40th District, Orcas Island). â€œThis, getting married, and having my little girl. This is amazing. Itâ€™s an incredibly powerful experience.â€? Sen. Ed Murray (D â€“ 43rd District, Seattle) the main sponsor of the bill was pleased with the outcome of the debate. â€œIt was one of the best debates Iâ€™ve ever seen in my time in the legislature,â€? he said. â€œAnd when we finally won, it was incredibly moving.â€?
Opponents to the bill, including Redmond pastor Ken Hutherson, are expected to file a referendum if the governor signs the bill into law. A referendum would allow Washingtonâ€™s voters to decide whether to adopt, ratify or reject the legislation. A minimum of 120,577 signatures of registered voters are required to qualify a referendum for the fall ballot, which must be submitted by June 6. Voters in 2009 easily ratified the state's "Everything but Marriage" domestic partnership law, a precursor to the marriage equality bill approved by the Senate. During the debate, Sen. Brian Hatfield (D â€“ 19th District, Raymond) proposed an amendment to place the measure before Washington voters without requiring signatures. Hatfield believes that the legislation would create a significant enough change that the Legislature should give citizens â€œthe right to have their voice(s) heard,â€? he said. The amendment was rejected 26 to 23. All told, seven floor amendments were passed,
most of which provided protections for religious organizations, including churches, faith-based and religious educational institutions and religious officials that could refuse services related to the solemnization or celebration of a marriage. An amendment proposed by Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen (D-10th District, Camano Island) to ensure that the law has no effect on the way religious or nonprofit organizations currently handle adoption, foster care, or other child-placing services was also approved. Speaking in opposition to the legislation was Sen. Dan Swecker (R â€“ 20th District, Rochester). He said that the legislation would silence â€œthose who believe in the traditional definition of marriage.â€?
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Recovered stolen vehicle: At 9:24 a.m., a stolen vehicle was recovered in the 17300 block of Northeast 24th Street. Vehicle prowls: Redmond police responded to seven reports of vehicle prowls. Two were from the Overlake neighborhood, four were from Education Hill and one was from the Grasslawn neighborhood. An iPod, mp3 player, radar detector and sunglasses were among items taken.
Vehicle prowl: It was reported at 12:28 p.m. that an unknown suspect stole some items from a car parked in an apartment garage in the 15800 block of Bear Creek Parkway.
Sunday, Jan. 29 Drugs: Redmond police arrested a 29-year-old Sultan woman for "several drug-related crimes" at 9:27 p.m. in the 9900 block of Avondale Road, according to the police report.
Monday, Jan. 30 Theft: There was a theft report at 7:16 p.m. in the 15700 block of Redmond Way.
Shoplifting: Redmond police arrested a 38-year-old Sultan man for shoplifting at a store in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road at 1:42 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 28 Burglary: Redmond police responded to a 2:08 p.m. report of a burglary at a residence in the 18500 block of Northeast 57th Way. There are no suspects at this time.
Wrong plates: Stolen plates from another jurisdiction were recovered by Redmond police from a parked vehicle in the 15000 block of Northeast 24th Street at 1:41 a.m. The driver of the vehicle was unaware her valid platers were replaced by the stolen plates. There is no suspect information at this time.
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The Redmond High boys' basketball team finished with a flurry, scoring 30 fourth-quarter points to hold off Newport, 72-63, in a 4A Kingco showdown Tuesday night at home. Redmond struggled in the first half and was trailing 27-22, before overtaking Newport in the third quarter and answering the Knights shot for shot in the high-scoring fourthquarter, when Redmond and Newport combined for 55 points. For the Mustangs, six players scored six points or more, led by Jason Harrington's game-high 21 and Kyle Sawtell's 20. The win improved Redmond to 8-4 in league, 13-5 overall. The Mustangs, winners of eight of their last 10 games, play again tonight against struggling Inglemoor (1-12 in league play) at home, tipoff at 8 p.m.
The Redmond-based Crossfire Select Boys U-17 Oâ€™Melia team recently won the North Puget Sound League Gold Division 1 title, beating seven other select teams from around the region. Oâ€™Melia finished with a record of 9-2-1 on the year, barely edging out Crossfire Select Johnson (91-2) by one team point. Oâ€™Melia scored 42 goals this season while allowing just seven.
REDMOND REI TO HOST RAINIER CLIMBING CLASS The REI store in Redmond Town Center will hold a free class, â€œThe Basics of Climbing Mount Rainier,â€? from 7-8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 16. The class will be taught by members of the Climb to Fight Breast Cancer and will teach attendees how they can summit the Pacific Northwestâ€™s most famous mountain. Registration is limited to 40 for the event. To register visit http://www.rei.com/ event/32606/session/40758.
SLOW START FOR LADY STANGS LEADS TO LOSS A slow start that saw Redmond trail 22-13 at the half eventually led to a 49-39 4A Kingco loss for the Mustang girls' hoops team against Newport on Tuesday night. Kelsey Dunn led the team with 10, with Lauren Bogard and Maddie Erlandson adding seven each. The loss dropped the Lady Mustangs to 2-10 in conference play and 6-12 overall.
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