Snoqualmie Does NOT Get Its Own School Board Director Districts

In a plan unveiled today by SVSD, Snoqualmie's population will now be divided into four parts and added to 4 of the 5 current school board director districts - instead of getting its own districts.   What does … [Read more...]

Guest Blog: Snoqualmie Needs Voices on the School Board

This guest blog is by Carolyn Simpson, friend and education advocate.  She has been intently following the SVSD redistricting process.  I asked her to share her information and opinion.  For more information on … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Voter Registration Deadline Is Monday, March 28th

Did you get outside for the first great spring days? Re-acquaint yourself with your old friend Mr. Sunshine?  I did.  I ran through my ever-growing city.  I  ran past Swenson Park where the MSHS JV girls … [Read more...]

Guest Blog: Snoqualmie Valley School Board Bond Decision Round 2 – Winning

Guest Blog by Carolyn Simpson.  Carolyn served on the MSHS School Learning Improvement Team - 2006-10,  Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation - 2003 - 10/ President 2009-10, SVSD Facilities Task Force - 2007-09 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Still Fails By Narrowest of Margins After Recount

King County Elections certified the recount of the failed Snoqualmie Valley School Bond this afternoon, March 8th.  Even with two new yes votes added to the final total, the school bond still failed by the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie School Bond Recount Result Now Delayed Until Tuesday, March 8th

The King County Canvassing Board has finished work for today, March 4th.  Yet again, the only thing known is that the SVSD school bond recount result still remains unknown!  That is, until at least March … [Read more...]

School Bond Recount Results Delayed

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond recount results are being delayed by King County. Four votes where the intent of the voter is in question are being reviewed by county voting "experts." Until this process is … [Read more...]

Outcome of Snoqualmie School Bond Recount Not Known Until Tomorrow, March 4th

Oh, the drama.  With the bulk of the hand recount of Snoqualmie's failed school bond done, one thing is known for sure - an outcome is still unknown!  The recount is not yet finished, but the bond is still one … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie, Washington's Fastest Growing City, Seeking More School Board Representation

If you've watched the news lately or picked up Monday's Seattle Times, you probably know that Snoqualmie claimed the honor of Washington State's fastest growing city.  According to the 2000 census, Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Recount Featured On KOMO News

    Oh, the saga of our school bond.  The drama is good enough now to make its tv debut! KOMO news featured the story on its 6PM newscast last night, March 1st.  For those of you that missed it, … [Read more...]

Easing Traffic Problems At Snoqualmie's Cascade View Elementary School

There are serious traffic and safety issues around Snoqualmie Ridge's only elementary school.  Cascade View has two designated student drop-off areas.  One is behind the school off Douglas Ave.  The other uses … [Read more...]

SVSD Schools Open & On Time, Limited Transportation To Some Areas

Road conditions have tweaked some bus routes for this morning's school commute.  Here's the message from Snoqualmie Valley School District Transportation Department: Schools Open on time Tuesday, March 1st.  … [Read more...]

SVSD Kindergarten Registration Tomorrow, March 1st

Attention parents!  Do you have a child starting kindergarten in the 2011/2012 school year?  If so, tomorrow is your registration day.  Each of the district's five elementary schools will be registering 2011/12 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie School Bond Supporters Utilizing Facebook Campaign To Fund Election Recount

** 2/24/11 2nd Update:  Recount Affidavit and Funds were delivered to King County Elections today, February 24th.  The recount is underway.  When more information on recount time line is known, story will be … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Loses By One Vote – Every Vote Does Indeed Count!

Yes, Snoqualmie Valley, we are the official poster child for the old voting saying, "Every Vote Counts." With tonight's February 8th Special Election final result update, the SVSD school bond lost by one … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Update – Possible Comeback Of The Year Story!

**  2/18/2011 Update:  SVSD School Bond inched forward a bit with today's result.  The YES percentage now stands at 59.94%.  The only issue is now - are there enough votes left to count to get to 60%?  No … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie School Bond Inches Upward With Latest Results – Down By Only 26 Votes

** 2/15/2011 Election Update:  With about 35 more votes added to result total, the YES percentage is up to 59.78%.  9,835 votes have been counted.  The school bond is now within 22 votes of reaching the needed … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Update – 30 Votes Is The Difference!

According to King County Elections (http://www.kingcounty.gov/elections/elections/201102.aspx) as of Friday, February 11th, 9,806 Snoqualmie Valley School Bond ballots were returned - 45% of issued ballots.  Of … [Read more...]

Lady Wildcats Win KingCo 3A Basketball Championship – Boys Take #4 Seed!

They did it folks!  Mt Si High School Lady Wildcats won the KingCo 3A Basketball Championship last night at Bellevue College.  Lead by 18 points from Jori Braun, the Wildcats defeated a tough Liberty team, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School Bond Attempting Comeback Of The Year

All you Snoqualmie Valley last minute voters might be proving me wrong.  A part of this writer thought this school bond election result was another done deal - into the loss column.  But with another 900 votes … [Read more...]