New principals in Lakewood schools
The Clover Park School District in Lakewood has announced several administrative changes, including the names of new principals in the district. They are:
▪ Meghan Eakin is the new principal of Lakeview Hope Academy. She is the former principal of Meriwether Elementary School.
▪ Steve Seberson, former assistant principal at Hudtloff Middle School, is the new principal at Mann Middle School.
▪ Leila Davis, former principal of Oakwood Elementary School that closed at the end of the 2014-15 school year, is the new principal of Meriwether Elementary School on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
▪ Kylie Danielson is the new principal of Rainier Elementary. She was previously assistant principal at Southgate Elementary School.
Peninsula board to hold two special meetings
The Peninsula School Board will hold two special meetings this month.
At 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, the board will meet at the district office to interview candidates for a temporary vacancy for Position 4 on the school board.
The board will adjourn to executive session to discuss candidate qualifications. Action may follow the executive session.
At 5:30 p.m. Thursday, the board will meet again at the district office to administer the oath of office to the selected new board member.
The appointee will fill a vacancy created by a board resignation, and will serve between now and the general election in November.
Seasonal learning clinics offered in Tacoma
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes will offer seasonal learning clinics beginning Monday (July 27) that will continue through Sept. 4. Instruction for children and adults can provide solutions for individuals with learning challenges in sessions from four weeks up to 12 weeks and beyond. One-on-one instruction is provided for a fee. Classes will be held at The Mountaineers, 2302 N. 30th St., Tacoma. For more information, call 425-827-6288 or email email@example.com.
Bellarmine student represents Washington state at American Legion session
Elizabeth Gleyzer, Bellarmine Preparatory, has been selected to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls National Session the last week of July. The conference is designed to provide practical insight into the workings of the federal government and civic engagement and to empower the next generation of women leaders. Gleyzer was chosen to attend the national conference from the State Girls Nation session and will represent Washington state at nationals.
Compiled by Mary Anderson and Debbie Cafazzo, staff writers