Students who want to attend a Northshore school that is not in their neighborhood are encouraged to submit an application before the end of March. Students who live within the...
Students who want to attend a Northshore school that is not in their neighborhood are encouraged to submit an application before the end of March.
Students who live within the boundaries of the Northshore School District must get the application, or waiver form, from the district’s headquarters. Students who live in a different district must get a waiver from the school they currently attend, or would attend next year.
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The district will give early consideration to those who apply by March 31. Those who apply by that date will receive notification of acceptance or denial by the end of April, although kindergarten decisions may extend into the summer.
Waivers received after March 31 may not be notified until late August.
Complete information regarding the waiver process is available at www.nsd.org/
Swanson re-elected to lead school board
Cathy Swanson was re-elected president of the Northshore School Board during a meeting Tuesday.
The vote was unanimous, with one board member absent. Board member B-Z Davis was elected vice president of the board, replacing Vicki Opsata.
Rich Baldwin will take on the role of legislative representative, a two-year post. He replaces board member Gene Hawkridge.