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Bainbridge High School superstars show off their business chops at the national conference in Atlanta, Ga.
Tova Levine (left) and Sarah Mather perform during the Eagle Harbor High School Senior Celebration. Levine, a National Merit Commended Student, will take a gap year before going to Scripps on a Presidential Scholarship. Mather will spend a year pursuing work as an actor in New York City before heading to college.
The school district nominated the museum for the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) award in recognition of the museum’s educational focus and opportunities for district students, teachers and school art docents. BIMA received a plaque from the district during the June 16 school board meeting.
Eight members of Bainbridge High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter will travel to Atlanta, Georgia to compete in the National Leadership Competition, which will take place during the National Leadership Conference June 29-July 2.
Juliette Dashe and Lily Lashmet, as members of “The Connection Between Blue Light and Sleep” team, are among 50 national finalists in new STEM exploration of light, sleep and student health and academic performance.
Schools must achieve at least 95 percent participation on state tests to be eligible for the award; in the seven-year-history of the award, all Bainbridge Island School District schools have been winners.