LocalTri-High Physics Symposium mimics physicist presentations
NEW — 6 a.m. May 19, 2013
Physics students from Skyline, Liberty and Issaquah high schools have the chance to practice what real physicists do at the Tri-High Physics Symposium.
The event is modeled after what physicists do when they have research and discoveries to share with their contemporaries, according to a press release from the Issaquah School District.
SportsSkyline blanked in KingCo title match to Inglemoor, 4-0
Skyline High School’s 11-game soccer winning streak came to an end May 7 at the KingCo 4A Championship game, where Inglemoor went 4-0 for the title.
“They have some really talented players over there,” said David Kim, a sophomore midfielder for the Skyline Spartans. “They challenged, and they beat us. It’s hard, but I feel like we’ve just got to compete more, and if we compete more, we’ll do really well in state, with that passion and heart.”
SchoolsIssaquah School District passes state audit
State auditors found no problems in finances or accountability within the Issaquah School District for the 11th year in a row.
Each year, state law calls for each school district to go through two audits — an accountability report and a financial audit report. The audits took place between Sept. 1, 2011, and Aug. 31, 2012, and, just like the previous 10, found no blemishes on Issaquah’s record.