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How would you describe your community to others? Friendly. Peaceful. Rustic. Clean. Proud. Our community’s image was built over seven generations, dating back to the 1800s. It took hard work by honest and caring individuals and families to get us to this point in history.
Community Events, April 2015
As a strong supporter of STEM in our community, I see a mix of feelings on the upcoming school bond vote. We saw what STEM can do at our last STEM Expo with thousands of the community seeing what STEM can do within our district. Without a “yes” vote on this bond extension, which is no added cost to the taxpayer, we will not have the capabilities to expand the STEM program into the high school.
There is an upcoming bond in April which will restore Enumclaw High School with a new gym and related facilities, a new auditorium and new classrooms, and it will also replace Black Diamond Elementary, a school with 40 percent of its students in portables.
This is in response to the letter (March 18) by Alexes Shuman about, “State has made it easy for all to cast ballot” to register and vote.
The Enumclaw High School auditorium is our home. We spend hours there every day. Some people even think we live there! But many people do not know about the structural and instructional problems we also deal with in our poorly-aging buildings.