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Clint Rutkas of Microsoft (left) and Abhishek Sangameswaran of the STEM School discuss the inner workings of the “Boxing Bot.” samantha pak, Redmond Reporter
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The Washington State Legislature recently passed a bill that will allow computer science (CS) to be counted as a math or science requirement toward high school graduation. While the bill still needs to be
signed by Gov. Jay Inslee to become law, Redmond-based Microsoft Corp. has been working to bring CS to high schools throughout the area for a number of years. Through the company’s Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) program, company employees team up with schools to teach high schoolers
how computers work. On Monday, Microsoft took this to the next level by hosting the TEALS Field Trip, a conference for middle school and high schoolers, which brought more than 800 students from more than a dozen Puget Sound-area schools to its Redmond campus. [ more microsoft page 5 ]
people panhandle because they need money and they see this as the best way to get it.
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With the country workJim Bove, spokesperson ing its way out of a yearsfor the Redmond Police long economic recession, Department (RPD), said it has not been uncommon there are a number of to see more panhandlers reasons why someone around town. becomes a panhandler. In Redmond in “Some are recent years, indilegitimately broke viduals have been Real change and need money spotted standing to survive, some on the corners of spotlight, are homeless, busy intersections page 2 some are looking and in front of for money to feed grocery stores and addictions, and/or fast-food restaua combination of all three,” rants. And while it may he said. be easy to make assumpHowever, Bove said tions about them, City of while driving, it is difficult Redmond human-services to tell whether someone is manager Colleen Kelly homeless or if they are just said there is little known trying to get money and it about panhandlers and is a traffic hazard to stop the circumstances of their and try to carry on a consituation — there is more versation. If someone is in unknown about them than front of a grocery store or there is known. This is part in a parking lot, it is easier of the issue when it comes to talk to them. to trying to help. Legally, Bove said there “We don’t know much is no law against being about these people,” Kelly in public and asking for said. She said in most cases [ more panhandle page 2 ]
Body of missing 29-year-old Redmond man found in Lake Sammamish Samantha Pak firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Thursday, the King County Sheriff Marine/Dive/ Rescue Unit found the body of 29-year-old Redmond resident Sathish Periasamy in Lake Sammamish near Idylwood Beach Park in Redmond. According to the King County Medical Examiner’s Office, the cause of death was
drowning and the manner was suicide. Jim Bove, spokesperson for the Redmond Police Department, said Periasamy was last seen April 19 and was reported missing on April 22. “We found his vehicle right around the Idylwood Park area on Tuesday (April 23),” he said. Bove said a K-9 unit was brought in after this, leading them to the dock. The marine
unit conducted an initial search in the lake on Tuesday but were unsuccessful. Bove said this is not uncommon as the water is deep and murky. He said divers went back in the water two days later and found Periasamy’s body at 12:19 p.m. A Facebook page was created to help with the search when Periasamy first went missing but it was taken down when he
was found. Officials suspect no foul play and Bove said before Periasamy was found, they suspected suicide because investigators found a note he left before he went missing. The medical examiner’s office later confirmed this. Bove said this is not the first time a body has been found in Lake Sammamish, though he does not know the exact num-
ber or the most recent case. “We have found a few over the last several years that were drug related or suicide related,” he said. In addition to living in Redmond, Bove said Periasamy worked in Redmond, as well, at Microsoft. “Our thoughts are with (Periasamy’s) family and friends,” he said.
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Kenneth Gutman (left) sells a Real Change newspaper to a customer outside of the Trader Joe’s in downtown Redmond. Samantha Pak, Redmond Reporter
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“His situation is actually pretty typical,” said Real Change founding director Tim Harris about Gutman. “A lot of our vendors…are on a fixed income.” Harris said the majority of their vendors are 50 or older and it is pretty typical that they used to work in manual labor A STEADY SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME and can no longer do so. For more than a year, Ken“They’re not asking for a neth Gutman has been sell“This is their job. For handout,” he said, adding that ing Real Change in front of most of them, this is their vendors are independent the Trader Joe’s in downtown their only source of contractors and self employed. Redmond as a way to suppleincome.” Do said Real Change vendors ment his fixed income. At 71, Megan Do on Real Change work very long hours and are he receives social security after News vendors out on the job rain or shine — working in various industries. because they need the money. Gutman had previously worked “This is their job,” she said. as a fisherman, welder and “For most of them, this is their truck driver, but eventually, his age and only source of income.” health caught up with him. In 2012, Real Change conducted a sur“I grew too told to keep up with the vey of its vendors. Out of the 285 individindustry pace,” he said. uals who responded, 43 percent said they This being said, Gutman “still had to are currently homeless and 49 percent make a living somehow” and said he is said they have previously been homeless. very fortunate that Real Change exists. Harris said the mission of Real Change As a vendor, he purchases the paper at 60 is to provide opportunity and a voice for cents each and sells them for $2. He works homeless and low-income individuals in front of Trader Joe’s every day except through the Vendor Services program as Tuesdays from about 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. well as the publication’s content, which Gutman, who lives in Seattle, said focuses on poverty, homelessness and before he started working at his current social justice. location (he has worked in front of other By providing a valued product for stores in Seattle and along the Snohomthe community, Harris said working for ish-King county line in the past), he made Real Change can be transformative for sure to receive permission from Trader their vendors. While they may have been Joe’s to be there. He admits he has been isolated in the past, they become valued in on the receiving end of some hostility but the community. said that is just the nature of his job. Currently, Real Change is concentrated “When you are facing the public, there in Seattle, but Do said they also have is always some hostility,” he said. vendors in Bellingham and Olympia and He added that he never forces the paper hope to bring the paper to other commuon anyone and keeps his distance from nities. the sidewalk so any accusation of him be“We’re hoping to expand more into the ing intimidating is “absurd.” Eastside and I believe Kitsap County,” she Megan Do, program coordinator for said. Real Change, works as a liaison between
[ panhandle from page 1] money unless the individual is “blocking you in some fashion, obstructing, or harassing you.” “All in all, we don’t really have much of a problem with panhandlers getting involved with crimes,” he said. “They do a pretty good job of staying where they should.”
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vendors and the community and said before they can work, vendors sit through an orientation and must follow a code of conduct. “Most of the time, our vendors are awesome and we don’t have to field (complaint) calls,” she said.
For those who want to help, Bove said people should not give monetary donations because they don’t know what the money will be used for. “If they are homeless, then we have been told by
advocates that socks and toiletries are good things to give them and they will normally take and appreciate them,” he said, adding that if someone is in front of a grocery store, people can ask them what they need and buy them something to eat or drink. Bove also suggested people put individuals asking for help in touch with local social services such as the Together Center. Kelly said people can also call 211, the number for King County’s Crisis Clinic. Through the Crisis Clinic people can connect with health and human services in a number of areas including food, shelter and
housing, rent and utility assistance, legal assistance, financial assistance, governmental assistance programs, health care, employment, education and family support programs. There is also a directory of human-services providers on the City of Redmond website at tinyurl.com/ d5efrvm. The city provides financial support to some of these agencies, as well. Kelly said if people want to help, there are a number of ways they can do so. They can volunteer with any of the organizations listed on the city’s directory, donate money or provide meals for the local shelters.
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Police Blotter The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and nonemergency) per week.
Wednesday, May 1 Theft: Redmond police received three reports of theft from a gym in the 7900 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown between 8:40 p.m. and 9:04 p.m. Vandalism: A report was taken at 3:39 p.m. for vandalism to a mailbox in the 13400 block of Northeast 80th Street in Grass Lawn. Stolen laptop: Redmond police investigated theft of a laptop from a business in the 16000 block of Northeast 36th Way in Overlake at 10:37 a.m. There are no suspects at this point.
Tuesday, April 30 Warrant: Redmond police arrested a resident in the 18200 block of Northeast 92nd Street on Education Hill for outstanding warrants, while investigating a verbal domestic disturbance at 10:33 p.m. Shoplifting: Redmond police investigated three shoplifting reports. The first came at 3:09 p.m. from Overlake. A male was arrested. The second came from downtown at 4:36 p.m. The case is under investigation. At 8:12 p.m., police arrested a female for shoplifting in Overlake. Vehicle prowl: At 5:42 p.m., Redmond police responded to a vehicle prowl report at a business in the 6500 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway downtown. There are no suspects at this time. Fraud: At 6:57 a.m., an attempt was made to use a cancelled credit card fraudulently. At 11:56 a.m., a resident in the 13200 block of Northeast 108th Street in Grass Lawn had their social security information used in an attempt to be defrauded.
Monday, April 29 Vandalism: Redmond police took a report at 8:14 p.m. in which a vehicle parked on the roadway in the 17400 block of Northeast 27th Street was vandalized sometime during the night. There is no suspect information at this time. Theft: At 4:16 p.m., Redmond police
investigated a theft of services from Gene Juarez in the 16400 block of Northeast 74th Street downtown. You’ve got no mail: At 12:23 p.m., Redmond police investigated a report of a multiple-unit mailbox in the 9000 block of Avondale Road on Education Hill being broken into last week. Identity theft: Redmond police investigated a theft of identity at 12:10 p.m. from the 10200 block of 184th Avenue Northeast. There is no suspect information at this time.
Sunday, April 28 DUI: At 11:56 p.m., Redmond police responded to a non-injury traffic collision at Avondale Road and Northeast 95th Street on Education Hill. A male subject was later arrested for driving under the influence. Suspicious circumstance: Redmond police responded to a reported suspicious circumstance from the 8100 block of 161st Avenue Northeast downtown at 10:29 p.m. Outside assistance: At 4:31 p.m., Redmond police assisted Bellevue police on a high-risk stop in the 5300 block of 140th Avenue Northeast. Grand theft auto: A silver 2004 Honda S2000 was stolen during the early morning hours from the 8200 block of 149th Way Northeast in Grass Lawn. Overindulging: A man in the 15700 block of Redmond Way downtown was involuntarily committed due to over-consumption of alcohol at 9:58 a.m. He was transported to a hospital in a neighboring city.
Saturday, April 27 Fraud: Redmond police responded to a reported fraud from the 13500 block of Northeast 78th Place in Grass Lawn at 5:27 p.m.
Shoplifting: A male subject was arrested for shoplifting at 12:42 p.m. from a grocery store in the 17200 block of Redmond Way downtown.
Friday, April 26 Burglary: Redmond police responded to a burglary at 4:19 p.m. from a residence in the 10500 block of 180th Court Northeast on Education Hill. No suspect information is known at this time. Jewelry and computer items were stolen.
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Vandalism: A resident in the 3000 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Overlake contacted police at 1:35 p.m. to report an unknown suspect had damaged the passenger’s side of his vehicle sometime during the previous 24 hours, however he was not certain of where the crime occurred. Vehicle prowl: Redmond police investigated a vehicle prowl from the 15600 block of Northeast 106th Way on Education Hill at 1:28 p.m. Shoplifting: A male suspect stole a tool from an auto parts store in the 16400 block of Northeast 80th Street downtown at 11:55 a.m. He was located nearby and placed under arrest for theft.
Thursday, April 25 Assault: Redmond police responded to a reported assault at 5:29 p.m. from 139th Avenue Northeast and Redmond Way in Grass Lawn. Recovered stolen vehicle: At 1:01 p.m., the King County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle in the 14700 block 233rd Avenue Southeast, which was stolen out of Redmond.
Vandalism: A bus in the 10200 block of Willows Road in Grass Lawn was struck with a paintball at 8:41 a.m.
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Adults can help teens who are stressed and depressed In my last column, I shared with you some of the drug trends in our local neighborhoods. As alarming as drug and alcohol use may be, there are other issues plaguing our kids. Chief among them are stress and depression. Stress comes from a lifestyle of always being connected, problems at school, overachieving expectations from parents and a rigorous academic load. The important thing is for kids to learn ways to de-stress with music, exercise and down time. Depression is also a major issue among kids today and likely at the root of the increases in teen suicides seen in the area over the past year. In the Healthy Youth Survey, taken by students in all public schools across the state, 23 percent of local eighth-, 10th- and 12thgraders have felt depressed in the past year. It’s most alarming that 14 percent seriously contemplated suicide. The best thing for kids who are depressed is professional help. Adolescence is a time when the brain is growing and changing, and it’s often the time that mental health issues begin to emerge. One in every five young people suffers from mental health issues at any given time. Unfortunately an estimated two-thirds of them are not receiving the help they need. Many kids are also dealing with being bullied, sometimes every day. Bullying is not a new problem, but with the Internet, we’re seeing it take different forms and Patti Skelton-McGougan
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escalate to the point that the young people who have been bullied commit suicide, as happened just recently with an Issaquah teen. Sometimes the bullying takes the form of social isolation, other times it may be physical or verbal. And sometimes it occurs in texts or via social media sites. Kids who are bullied don’t enjoy school, and many suffer with the effects of bullying well into adulthood. Parents should check in with their children and ask specifically about bullying. Do they know at least one adult at their school they could talk to if they or a friend was being bullied? If not, help them consider who that might be. Also advise children to avoid bullies and try to stick with a friend at recess, on the bus or when walking home. And encourage them to stick up for others who are being bullied.
Another problem many of our young people are dealing with is teen-dating violence. In a recent survey, nearly one in 10 teens reported they had been physically abused by a romantic partner in the past 12 months. In another survey, more than 80 percent reported emotional abuse. And one in four reported being threatened or harassed online or using texts. Youth Eastside Services offers the only area resource for teen-dating violence. In addition to specialized individual counseling, there is a support group and a peer prevention/education program to help teens recognize and avoid violent or controlling relationships. Believe it or not, some of our young people don’t know that love shouldn’t hurt. [ more teens page 5 ]
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Tree City USA? An item in the Reporter noted that Redmond has been designated a “Tree City” by the Arbor Day Foundation for the 14th year. To qualify for this honor, a city must “designate staff to care for trees, appoint a citizen tree board to advocate for community forestry, establish a tree ordinance, spend at least $2 per capita on tree care and celebrate Arbor Day.” Redmond is missing one critical element of these qualifications…a citizen tree board to advocate for community forestry. The City of Redmond relies upon staff members to manage community trees and uses citizen volunteers for forest restoration manpower, but decidedly not for policy suggestions. We know because Sustainable Redmond has advocated for a citizen tree board consistently over the last year and has just as consistently been rebuffed. As we observed Earth Day and Arbor Day in 2012, both Sustainable Redmond and neighbors of the Redmond Bike Park were appealing city decisions permitting considerable loss of tree cover in our community. Lack of a responsive public engagement process figured in both of these appeals and resulted in proposed amendments to Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan by Sustainable Redmond that are scheduled for an upcoming City Council vote on May 7. Realizing that hard data on tree losses can be more persuasive than passionate testimony, Sustainable Redmond conducted a research project on tree pro-
tection practices from 2010 to the present. Preliminary findings were presented to the City Council on April 2. In the 24 projects reviewed from throughout the city in that time period affecting 6,161 trees, we found that 3,892 trees were lost and 2,223 retained, just over the minimal retention standards of 35 percent. Because Redmond has a “no net loss of trees” provision, those mature trees removed will be replaced with saplings, but the loss of habitat, amount of air cleaned, storm water mitigated and community character preserved will take several generations to recover. “Exceptions” to tree protection regulations were routinely requested by developers and just as routinely approved by administrators. Opportunities for public involvement in the permitting process are minimal in comparison to development interests. We realize that Redmond will continue to develop in accord with long-term community visions. A tree board presents an opportunity for residents to participate in the process more fully, identifying and resolving conservation issues as they emerge. Therefore, we ask that you contact your council members and encourage them to harness the competencies and commitment of Redmond’s residents in an advisory group such as the Tree USA program requires. See www.arborday.org/programs/treecityusa/ standards.cfm for more information.
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Thanks, Judge Korman When a federal court recently ruled that the FDA must lift the age restriction and allow emergency contraception to be accessible, over the counter, to all ages, people started screaming, “abortion pill.” Not this again? Scientific research has determined that emergency contraception is NOT an abortion pill. Let’s have a quick science lesson: it may take sperm as long as six days to fertilize an egg after sex. Emergency contraception works by postponing ovulation, which prevents sperm from coming in contact with and fertilizing the egg. So, what does that make emergency contraceptives like Plan B and Ella? Exactly what their name says — contraception. Even the official journal of the Catholic Health Association, “Health Progress,” confirmed in 2010, what many people already know — emergency contraception does not cause abortion. Yet now that the issue is back in the limelight of the media, opponents of women’s rights to health care and choice are once again screaming “abortion pill!” based on fear and a gross lack of scientific knowledge. We should applaud Judge Edward Korman for his wisdom and foresight in preventing unplanned pregnancies.
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Although small student groups have visited the Microsoft campus in the past to learn more about the company and different opportunities in the field, Akhtar Badshah, senior director of citizenship and public affairs at Microsoft, said the TEALS Field Trip event was the first time the company has held such an event on a large scale. Badshah, who manages TEALS, said the hope is to make it an annual event.
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The event began with a Code.org video discussing the importance of CS in today’s technology-centered society, opening remarks by TEALS founder Kevin Wang and Code.org founder Hadi Partovi. During his speech, Partovi shared some statistics with the group. He said out of all the students in the country enrolled in math or science classes, only two percent are tak-
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These issues are happening in our neighborhoods to our kids. The best thing you can do as an adult is to engage with kids. Building relationships will help you know what’s going on in your child’s life and enable you to spot early signs of problems—like ongoing sadness, changes in eating or sleeping patterns, or a Serving you since 1986
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Pacific University to learn about the various degree programs they offer. Gillian Lovejoy, a sophomore at Lake Washington School District’s STEM school in Redmond, said she thought it was cool to be able to talk to the colleges to learn about the different options available. Her classmate and fellow sophomore Kora Krumm added it was also nice to talk to the schools and learn what steps they should take if they wanted to continue in the industry.
ing classes related to CS or computer programming. On the other hand, Partovi said 60 percent of math and science jobs have some sort of CS or computer programming element. “What’s wrong with this?” he asked the crowd. Partovi told the students they were part of a rare group who have access to courses in this evergrowing and increasingly relevant field. Others aren’t as lucky. “Nine out of 10 schools
don’t even have (CS) on the menu,” he said about such courses’ availability. Monday’s event also featured a question-and-answer session with a panel of industry professionals and an opportunity fair. At the fair, students were also able to talk with representatives from local colleges and universities such as DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, University of Washington (with representatives from the Seattle and Bothell campuses) and Seattle
In addition, the fair also featured representatives from tech-related companies such as Microsoft, Google, Facebook and ArenaNet — all of whom are based in the Pacific Northwest or have local campuses. Students were able to talk with people currently in the industry, pick their brains and ask questions — an opportunity Felipe Romero of
loss of interest in activities or school. There is no shame in asking for help. People can thrive if they are given the right tools and support — even those who have suffered emotional wounds or face mental health challenges. And when youth confront and successfully deal with these problems, the entire community benefits by reductions in
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show them how relevant it could be in various industries ranging from gaming to the arts to film. And with the opportunity fair, students were also able to see what types of jobs are available and the type of educational paths they should take to get there. “There are all sorts of opportunities that we’re getting them to understand,” Badshah said.
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ArenaNet, a game-development company from Bellevue, would have loved when he was younger. “I always wanted to grow up and make games,” he said. Romero said ArenaNet was at the fair because they wanted to help encourage kids to join the industry. Badshah said the goal of Monday’s event is to get kids excited about CS,
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LWSD launches ‘Signature Programs’ at luncheon Eighth annual event brings in more than $216,000 in donations Raechel Dawson firstname.lastname@example.org
State legislators, council members, educators and parents were among a record-number of 562 guests at the Lake Washington Schools Foundation’s eighth annual benefit luncheon on Wednesday. The Legacy for Learning gathering, held at Juanita High School (JHS), was to ensure that students could succeed — despite the mounting odds against them today — as long as the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) can implement its new “Signature Programs,” designed to hone in on the in-demand 21st century skills, which are desperately needed in today’s work force. And with more than $216,600 in donations to the foundation, an amount exceeding the district’s fund-raising goal, LWSD students may see the threeperiod long “Signature Programs” as early as this fall. “Currently, Washington state is struggling with finding funding for basic education,” said LWSD Superintendent Traci Pierce. “And in Lake Washington School District, we’re striving to implement programs that are far beyond basic. (But) basic isn’t good enough.
Basic will not lead to our students being future ready.” According to Pierce, the science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, educational approach will be the focus of the programs because of the growing skills gap so many employers, such as Microsoft Corp., have reported. “At the same time employers are finding that young people are not prepared to be successful in the work place, global problems in our world are mounting,” Pierce said. “Acts of terror, threats of nuclear war, environmental disasters, failing urban infrastructure and decay, political unrest, new antibiotic resistant virus strains and attacks on cyber security are recorded almost every day.” Although the school district opened a STEM high school last fall, Pierce said it is important for every LWSD high school to have a focused “Signature Program” and will be available to all high schools in the district within the next two years. However, Redmond High School (RHS), JHS, Emerson High School (EHS) and STEM School will begin the program this September. The vision, “Every Student Future Ready,
prepared for college, prepared for the global work force, prepared for personal success,” has prompted the district to connect educational content to real world situations. Teacher Gregg McDonald with RHS explained their program will focus on the policies, problems and solutions surrounding global health. “The social studies content of the program will involve an examination of the social, political and cultural issues facing medical professionals globally, using a problem-based model,” he said. “Students might investigate what cultural challenges have impacted vaccination efforts in parts of Africa and the Middle East and develop a plan for how best these challenges can be overcome.” Rebecca Townsend, a teacher at JHS, looks forward to partnering with Evergreen Health Medical Center to bring real world applications of global health that aren’t available in the classroom as her students also study global health issues. EHS students will learn about food and sustainability during the last six weeks of school. In addition to reading and analyzing
Lake Washington School District Superintendent Traci Pierce (above) and Alaska Airlines CEO and President Brad Tilden (right) speak at the Lake Washington Schools Foundation’s Legacy for Learning on Wednesday. The event raised more than $216,000 for district programs. Carrie Rodriguez, Kirkland Reporter
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Dickinson students take first at math competition A group of students from Emily Dickinson Elementary School in Redmond show off their blue ribbons from the Math is Cool competition. Courtesy Photo
On April 19, 20 students from Emily Dickinson Elementary School in Redmond won the team championship in their division at the Math is Cool Competition, held at Mt. Rainier High School in Des Moines. The students, led by fourth-grade teacher Carol Woodard, competed against a number of schools, including seven from the Lake Washington School District (LWSD). The competition included a timed individual test, a mental math section and a four-person math relay that required all team member to correctly complete a problem in succession. There was also a “game show” component in which teams competed head to head with other schools in
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a race to ring the bell and provide the correct answer. The Dickinson team was led by Shrey Srivastava, who received fourth place in the individual honors. The team also featured fourth graders Alexander Kovsky, Seth Kreysar, Hayden Chu, Tyler Chu, Ethan Vayman, Rahan Shankar, Noelle Rembiszewski and Khushi Vyas and third graders Ishaan Mirchandani, Kavya Gajjar, Purvakshi Rathmore, Annika Singh, Dhwani Porecha, Michael Stavropoulos, Kenneth Butcher, Kate Cannistra, Olivia Woolsey, Shreya Munda and Karli Kostoff. Woodard is in her 18th year at Dickinson and has taught the school’s Math Club since 1999. This year, 23 students have participated in the third-grade Math Club and 29 in the fourth and fifth-grade Math Club.
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Redmond baseball to play Skyline in 4A Kingco playoffs Baseball
Redmond, 6-8 in league and the No. 4 seed in the 4A Kingco Crest Division, will take on No. 1 Crown Division seed Skyline in the playoffs at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Woodinville High.
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Marisa Savage soars high above the beam during a recent gymnastics competition. Courtesy photo
Savage takes 1st at USA Gymnastics meet Redmond’s Marisa Savage placed first all-around in the Senior B Division at the recent USA Gymnastics Region 2 Level 8 Sectional Championships at Shoreline Community College. Competing against the top 32 other gymnasts from Washington, Oregon,
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• Junior Kelsey Dunn is second in the 1,600 meters at 5:07.52. • Senior Maria Eckmann is fourth in the 100 meters at 12.74.
Redmond’s badminton team finished its first season with an 11-2 regularseason record. The Mustangs’ varsity team was: Jasmine Wu, Vika Boentaram, Asteria Yiu, Priyal Patel, Carlisle Boyle, Sonia Murthy, Chandana Kulkarni, Celia Langford, Hanaka Koffron, Karen Ai, Annie Lambert, Erika Melander, Amanda Pang, Mimi Ruo, Emma Chao and Nicole Sarwono.
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Redmond’s boys were 4-1 and girls were 3-2 heading into their final league meet against Roosevelt on Thursday, after the Reporter’s deadline. The 4A Kingco championships are May 8 and May 10 at Redmond High. The Mustangs’ top performers this season are, according to athletic. net statistics: • Senior Alex Binkerd is first in the 4A Kingco 100 meters at 10.94 seconds. In the 200 meters, Binkerd is second at 22.35. • Senior Johnathan Stevens is first in the 800 meters at 1:54.80, second in the 3.200 meters at 9:22.30 and third in the 1,600 meters at 4:20.40.
The Mustangs were 5-5-0 in league and 10-50 overall at the Reporter’s deadline.
With a 7-2 win over Eastlake on Tuesday, the Mustangs upped their league record to 8-3 and stand in second in the Crest Division at the Reporter’s deadline. They are 13-4 overall. Against Eastlake, Tatyana Forbes had a home run, double and two RBIs, Kaija Gibson had two hits and an RBI and Rachel Robinson had a home run. In a 12-2 win over Ballard last Friday, pitcher Emily Rockhill got the win with nine strikeouts and had four hits and five RBIs.
The Mustangs finished 9-2 and in third place in 4A Kingco. The district tournament is May 6-7 and coach Jake Crowley hopes to send two or three girls to state. Leaders have been junior Casie Helgeson, who finished in the top five in every match, and senior Allison Hunt, who
County Council sends proposed parks levy to August ballot “Voters will decide in August whether to continue supporting a parks levy that provides funding to operate and maintain parks like Marymoor and Cougar Mountain, and to expand the regional trail system,” said Council member Larry Phillips, chair of the Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee. The King County Parks system has evolved from 150 acres in 1938 to more than
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Jason Mattax passed away on April 24, 2013 in Socorro, NM, from brain cancer, surrounded by family and loved ones. Jason graduated from Redmond HS, then moved to Socorro where he attended NMIMT. He received Bachelor’s degrees in Math and Computer Science, a Masters in CS and was working on a Masters in Mathematics. Jason lived life fully enjoying biking, hiking, and the outdoors. He worked as a computer scientist for NMIMT/ ICASA. Jason served in his church and at the local food bank. Jason married Heather McNeil in July 2009, who survives him. He is also survived by parents, Brian & Sharon, brother Andrew, sisters Esther & Abigail. The funeral was held on April 28, in Socorro. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to either: Angel Flight West (who provided many flights for medical appointments for Jason’s treatment in California) at https://afids.angelflightwest. org/donation/donationEntry or Socorro Storehouse at http:// socorrostorehouse.org/Socorro_Storehouse/Donate.html.
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Puget Sound Energy, Andy Padvorac, PO Box 97034 Bellevue, WA 98009, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, NE 116th Street Utility Improvements, is located at NE 116th Street between 167th Ave NE and 172nd NE in Redmond in King County. This project involves 0.5 acres of soil disturbance for Utilities construction activities. Stormwater will be discharged to Unnamed tributary to Bear Creek. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Redmond Reporter on April 26, 2013 and May 3, 2013. #772690. Murray Franklin, 14410 BelRed Road, Bellevue, WA 98007, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Svenson Property., is located at The intersection of NE 24th Street and 185th Place NE in Redmond , in King County. This project involves 2.29 acres of soil disturbance for residential construction activities. Stormwater will be discharged to a Existing Storm drain system along 158th Avenue NE and tributary to Lake Sammamish. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30
days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Redmond Reporter on May 3, 2013 and May 10, 2013. #773725. King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks Notice of Industrial Waste Discharge Permit Application No 7891-01 Take Notice: That Spiration Inc. dba Olympus Respiratory America located at 6675 185th Avenue NE, Redmond, WA 98052 has filed an application for an industrial waste discharge permit to discharge industrial waste into Brightwater Treatment Plant from its metal finishing – CFR 433 operation in the amount of 500 gallons per day following treatment and in-plant control and in compliance with rules and regulations of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks; Washington State Department of Ecology; and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The approximate point of discharge is 6675 185th Avenue NE, Redmond, WA 98052. Any person desiring to express their view, or to be notified of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks’ action on this application, should notify the King County Industrial Waste Program at 130 Nickerson Street, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98109, in writing, of their interest within 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Publication dates are: May 3, 2013 and May 10, 2013 in the Redmond Reporter. #776090
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AEG Live has announced artists and dates for the Marymoor Park Concert Series. The featured artists at the 5,000-seat outdoor venue are: • The Lumineers, TBA • June 19, 6 p.m. — Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Stephen Marley. Featuring the Ghetto Youths Crew (Wayne Marshall, Christopher Ellis, Jo Mersa and Black Am I) and special guest The Green. • Aug. 4, 6 p.m. — Pink Martini • Aug. 6, 6:30 p.m. — Sublime with Rome, and Iration
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The weekly showings continue with “The Incredibles” on July 24, “The Hunger Games” on July 31, locally filmed “10 Things I Hate About You” on Aug. 7, family favorite “Mary Poppins” on Aug. 14, “Jurassic Park” on Aug. 21 and “The Goonies” on Aug. 28. Local performance group The Cabiri will be showcasing its talents of aerial acrobatics, stilt walking, fire eating, cyr wheel, contortion and more. Movies are shown on a 40-foot inflatable movie
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Old Fire House Teen Center prom features tunes and treats The Old Fire House Teen Center (OFH) in Redmond hosted its annual prom event last Saturday with more than 150 teens from Redmond High School (RHS) in attendance. Bands performing for the
dressed-up and energetic crowd included EMP Sound Off finalists As It Starts, Kirkland’s This Is Your Captain Speaking and RHS’s Sibling Rivalry, Synonym Toast Crunch and Box.
With a tea-party theme, cupcakes, cucumber sandwiches and sherbet-flavored punch were the refreshments of choice for the night and a festive photo backdrop complete with tea-party props
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rounded out the night’s theme. “It’s always fun playing shows at the OFH, but there’s something about prom that’s just more exciting and brings people out,” said Sibling Rivalry guitarist Jake Campbell. OFH Youth Leadership board member Jasmine KozakGilroy added, “I like it because it’s not like a real prom, but more of a vintage prom with food and bands and not just for seniors.”
From left, Jeff White, Justine Dantoc and Sara Klotz strike a pose at the Old Fire HouseT:4.8” Teen Center prom last Saturday. Courtesy photo
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