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Lake Stevens Journal June 1, 2011 Page 5 Contributed Photo L.S. Police honored at County ceremony . JOURNAL STAFF Several officers from the Lake Stevens - Police Department were recognized for their work as‘part of the Snohomish County DUI & Target Zero Task Force. OfficerWayne Auckerman was honored as a DUI & Target Zero Task Force Ambas— sador. “Officer Wayne Aukerman has been a huge asset to the DUI & Target Zero Task Force in helping with emphasis patrols, events, and setting up for the Monroe Fair "Itaffic Safety Booth with many occasions having been on his own time. He has volunteered to work many Target Zero patrols and assisted with being the Point of Contact whenever needed. He had over 1600 traffic stops in 2010and investigated over 70 traffic collisions in the city of Lake Stevens.” Headers in law Enforcement 3 this award included: “Lake Stevens Officer Josh Holmes led his department by removing the most impaired drivers, 28 of them, from the city streets of Lake Stevens during his night shift with regular patrol calls. He also assisted other officers on DUI stops and is currently enrolled in the Drug Recognition Expert course which will help in detective even more impaired drivers." Law Enforcement Explorers: this award included: Lake Stevens Explorer Post #87, Officer Jim Barnes, and Explorer Nakei Done. “With limited resources and changes to our traffic safety booth at the Monroe Fair, Law Enforcement Explorer Posts came through to assist us. Each Post was asked to be in charge of the Speed Pitch and to coordinate, train, and assign Explorers for shifts at the fair. We are recognizing the Posts here today, as well as their lead Advi— sors, and one of their Explorers that went above and beyond with this assignment.” Extraordinsr TIGERS BLACK BELT ACA EM Academy of Wisdom Family Martial Arts Center KE HANSON Li?i N’DREH SH'ZJRE CHRISI [All ACM'IEMI’ We teach Appreciation and Respect: more than just seif—defense and a great workout, but satisfaction after honest efforts. Taekwondo amr Educ-ion Home education Is the key for a happy life. We provide a great educational Age f- Sefiafli Ca re environment to learn vaiue of family. Senor Plnon — We want our students to be strong so they may stand up for what they believe is right, not just for personal gain. Hot Yoga Better Life —-We want our students to have heart and attitude. to help and share with others. For that. they must have strength and balance in their lives. Taught by Master Shin and highly trained instructors Classes for Little Tigers (ages 4 & 5), Children, Teens Adults, and Families Also offering outstanding Hot Yoga Class 9327 4th St NE 1A (425) 334—4500 (Selected by the LSHS Athletic Department) ' scum: onrnoo 9633 Market Pl #104 425-334-4053 ‘ EVERWX .......¥:,....s....s....._. Lake Stevens, WA, 98258 Presented as a communit AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING C0. PROPANE/OIL 5- www.americandistributing.com g “0-658-3751 0 425-252-2126 oncs I ' www.1’igorsBB.com xmmym' ' GF SB names Linda Hall as new superintendent , BY PAM STEVENS I MANAGING EDITOR The Granite Falls School Board of Di- rectors announced Linda Hall as the new Superintendent of the Granite Falls School District effective July 1. The Board made the announcement at its special board meeting May 17 and will approved her contract at its regular meeting May 18. School Board President Rebecca Loney stated Hall is the perfect fit for Granite Falls. “Linda has an extensive background in special education from teaching to ad- ministration. She has a great deal of cen- tral office experience from grant writing to budget development to staff training. We are certain Linda will carry the good work of the District forward and maintain our focus on student achievement.” Hall is the current Student Services Di- rector and Special Services Principal for the Clarkston School District (Clarkston, Wash.). She has a BA in Special Education and Elementary Education, Masters De- gree in Special Education Administration, andSuperintendent Certification. Hall’s excitement for student success was evident during her discussions with the Board, staff, and community. Her varied background will help maintain strong relationships with staff, parents, and community members, enhance the instrucu'onal program, and build a healthy fund balance for fiscal stability. “The Granite Falls School District has a wonderful School Board, excellent ad- ministration team, and an outstanding superintendent in Karen Koschak,” Hall stated. “I am very excited to get to work and build on Karen’s foundation. The District also has a rich history of awarding winning staff, students, and programs and w I am very happy to have the opportunity to ontributed Photo Linda II " work and live in the community.” Hall and her husband are already look- ing for a home and are anxious to become involved in the community. “We are looking forward to making Granite Falls our home," she said. Last February the Board made the deci- sion to conduct the new superintendent search without a consultant, which saved taxpayers thousands of dollars. Spokesperson Kathy Grant stated, “The Board spent several months recruiting po- tential candidates, reviewing applications, and conducting extensive background checks. It was a very involved and thor— ough process and the Board worked hard to make sure we had the right person for the job.” Hall will spend the next several weeks meeting with staff and reviewing pro- grams for a smooth transition. Grant added, “The Board is eager to welcome Linda into our District and I know Linda is looking forward to getting acquainted with the staff and community over the summer months.” service by the Lake Stevens Journa Dr. Julie turn and Dr. Doug Brajcich Ir. Lake Stevens’ Husband & Wife Dental Team! 425-334—6912 www.aestevenssmiles.com DEFENSIVE DRIVIN SCHOOL “Safe Driving is No Accident” ~ 425-377-1837 ' d Bill will protect students, improve safety zones JOURNAL STAFF Legislation to improve the safety of Washington’s school children was signed into law on Monday, May 16 by Gov. Gregoire. Senate Bill 5540, sponsored by Sen. Steve Hobbs, D—Lake Stevens, will give the state’s school districts the option to install safety cameras on school bus stop signs in an effort to catch motorists who fail to stop for them. The cameras will record only when the stop signs are deployed while children are entering or exiting the bus. Under current law, bus drivers need to identify the make, model and year of the car, as «memgxmmmmwm ' xme‘mu i . gamma. " mmmwm’ ~‘ riving-school.com Downtown Lake Stevens - 425-377-2850 . Mk. ""r~ "“ Cliff Gillies Award 2011 -‘ Kyle Hedges & Julia Borges . In every high school ingth‘e entire state of Washington select a boy and a girl that represent the best of the best in academics, activities and service to others. The winners for LSHS this year are two great ones, Kyle Hedges and Julia Borges were selected and will represent us with pride, ccongratuiations to both of you! 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