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"NK Success holds training NK Success, the mentor program at North Kitsap High School, will host a student training session in the commons area. It will include activities and hands-on training for students in the mentor program. Contact Linda Thatcher at 598-8537 with questions. Grants for teachers and students If teachers and/or students have an idea for restoring salmon habitat or teaching people about streams, Kitsap County may award them a grant of $2,500 to carry out the project. Call (360) 337-7290 for more information. Volunteers needed The Rolling Readers program, a second and third-grade tutoring program at Poulsbo Elementary, needs community members to listen to a child read once a week. The program is designed to help students build vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and self-confidence. Call Tracy Michaelis, program coordinator, for more information at 598-1137. Bale to Japan Nancy Bale, a librarian at Poulsbo Elementary, will travel to Tokyo this October for the Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program. She was selected from a national pool of over 2,000 applicants by a panel of educators for the program. Primary and secondary school teachers travel to Japan for three weeks in an effort to promote greater intercultural understanding between the two nations. Art docent program The North Kitsap School District is looking for Art Docent volunteers to present art prints and activities to North Kitsap's elementary students. No experience is necessary. Call Gladys Parrish at 779-2986 for more information. "

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