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  • 'Addams Family' musical coming to Garfield High
    Garfield High School drama will get creepy and kooky later this month as they present "The Addams Family" for their spring musical.
  • McGilvra runs for the roses — toward success
    After months of hard work, coordination and volunteerism, the 2016 McGilvra auction culminated with a fun, inspiring evening full of high-impact donations to McGilvra Elementary School.
  • The Martin Luther King School Dream Foundation will award its scholarships during its banquet on May 17.
  • McGilvra springs into action
    McGilvra Elementary School’s days are packed full of activity as usual, with a number of mainstay and new events popping up this spring.
  • Seattle Girls’ School has announced its 2016 Grace Hopper Award winners: Beth Takekawa, recipient of the 2016 Grace Hopper Award for Exemplary Leadership, and Kristin Laidre, recipient of the 2016 Grace Hopper Award for Outstanding Achievement.
  • Garfield High School won the Orca Bowl, a regional ocean science academic competition that is part of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, in late February. 

  • 2016 marks an auction year for the McGilvra Elementary School. The school’s PTA, faculty and students are busy making this big fundraising event a success.

  • The stage is set for Starbucks’ 21st-annual Hot Java Cool Jazz to once again delight Seattle-area jazz fans as the region’s top young musicians come together for a special show at the Paramount Theatre.
  • Seattle Girls’ School hires new head

    Seattle Girls’ School has a new head of school: Brenda Leaks. She will start July 1.

  • What’s going on at McGilvra?
    Newly elected Seattle School Board director Jill Geary, representing District 3, met with McGilvra Elementary School staff and parents.
  • Students at Seattle Girls’ School were gearing up for STEAM Surge, during which students work in multi-grade level groups on a project that is based in science, technology, engineering, math and the arts.
  • Kicking off new year at McGilvra
    After a busy holiday season, McGilvra Elementary School and its PTA are thankful for the village that has helped orchestrate and contribute to its many successful events and activities this school year.
  • Principal Matthew DeBoer will welcome prospective students and their families during an open house at St. Therese Catholic Academy on Jan. 31.
  • Madrona PTSA was among 24 community groups receiving matching funds from the city’s Small and Simple Projects Fund in November.
  • Many hands help McGilvra roll into holiday season
    Once again, McGilvra Elementary School has seen its strong and dedicated local school’s community make a steady, positive impact on young lives and families.
  • The Seattle School Board recently voted 6-1 to adopt a Transportation Service Standard that would revise arrival and departure times for the 2016-17 school year.

  • Garfield Community Center started offering after-school classes at the Madrona Shelterhouse in early November.

  • Two neighborhood schools will have open house events and school tours for incoming students.

  • Valley School starts new year with renovated campus

    Over the summer, The Valley School completed a $1.9 million project that included renovations of an existing building, demolition of the old administration building and construction of a new facility for third-, fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms.

  • Four local schools will each have open house events in the coming weeks for prospective students and their families.

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