School briefs for week of May 2

By Andy Muntz | May 04, 2012

Congratulations to spelling bee champs

The competition was fierce for this year’s Spelling Bee, which was organized by the Mukilteo PTSA Council and held last week at Olympic View Middle School.

The winners, and their winning word, were as follows: Kindergarten, Shubhan Bansai of Columbia (thank); 1st grade, Fatima Ghani of Endeavour (urgency); 2nd grade, Alyssa Kim of Picnic Point (dizziness); 3rd grade, Connor Nicholson of Mukilteo (entertaining); 4th grade, Jared Luong of Endeavour (maneuver); and 5th grade, Leif Johanson of Mukilteo (assimilate).

All of the first-place winners will be recognized at the school board meeting on May 14.

Mariner Life Skills students dance the night away

Students in the Life Skills program at Mariner had a great time dancing and celebrating their first-ever high school prom a week ago last Friday.

The event featured all the trappings of the standard prom, with the added luster of a television camera and news reporter, who were there to tell the story for KING-TV viewers later that evening.

Photos and more details are at:

http://www.mukilteo.wednet.edu/departments/pr/info/sdn/prom.htm

Mukilteo students whip up edible creations

Mixing, slicing, baking and eating, that’s what took place during the Future Chef competition, which was held last Friday at Mariner.

Future Chef, formerly known as Kids Can Cook, is an annual culinary competition presented by Sodexo food services and Nutrition Services. The event gives 3rd through 5th grade students the opportunity to prepare and present their favorite snack-type recipe, learn about healthy eating and food safety, win prizes, and compete for Top Junior Chef.

Here’s more information:

http://www.mukilteo.wednet.edu/departments/pr/info/sdn/chefs.htm

Sno-Isle fashion show to boast hottest trends

Fashion students at the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center are busy planning their annual fashion show, Travel In Style, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 7 at the Future of Flight Museum at Paine Field. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets cost $7.

Students will bring together the skills they have learned throughout the year to present a major fashion event. The excitement this season includes vintage, floral, remix and young professional styles.

The show also will include student designs as well as collections from Kohl’s, Old Navy, Sears, and Banana Republic. Join them for an evening of style as the students model this season’s hottest trends.

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