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"Falcon NewsItems from South Whidbey High SchoolSwing into Spring with the High School Jazz band this Friday, March 10. This is an annual Fund-raising event put on by the music department. There will be grand supper with Alaska salmon or Italian spaghetti for entrees. A raffle is going on for great prizes, including Georgia Gerber bronze. All band students have tickets for sale.Information about the Page Program for sophomores and juniors is available in the career center. Senator Jack Metcalf would like to recommend two students from this area to participate in the legislative branch of government in Washington, D.C. Application due date is March 17. More information: 1-800-562-1385.The Berol-Shindell Scholarship is available for Jewish students in financial need who are planning on attending the University of Washington. Pick up applications in the career center.Join a program to spend summer in Switzerland. The three-week program combines academic classes with sports, creative arts, cultural excursions and recreational activities. Information in the career center of call 1-800-642-4142.A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a high school student who is planning to attend a college in Washington and majoring in mathematics education. This Rita Lowe Scholarship is offered by the Washington State Mathematics Council and the Puget Sound Council of Teachers. Applications available in the career center; due March 20.Save money while getting your technical degree. Everett CC is now offering a new Associate of Science Degree. Washington public universities have agreed to accept transfer students earning this degree with junior status and will consider them for priority admission. The program ought to benefit students in the areas of atmospheric sciences, biology, computer science, earth science, engineering, environmental sciences, geology and physics. Information is in the career center."

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