Jessica Keller

Eagles boys hold off Hornets, secure strong lead atop standings

With three games remaining in the regular season, the Federal Way High School boys basketball team has secured its position atop the North Puget Sound… Continue reading

 

Full-meal deal: FWHS culinary arts students learn more than just cooking in classes

Culinary arts classes among a buffet of career and technical education courses offered in FWPS

 

Titan swimmers making strong push into postseason

Brendan Man has already punched his ticket to state in 100 fly.

 

FW native, activist, musician opening doors to new opportunities

Selah’s latest project is Coffee with the Principal.

T.J., Gator bowling teams ending season on high notes

NPSL league championship tourney to begin Jan. 17.

Todd Beamer runner eyes future possibilities

Going into high school, Todd Beamer senior A.J. Chopra always thought he was a baseball player. After all, he’d played the sport for 10 years.… Continue reading

Decatur students raising awareness, funds for food pantry at school

Not content to stand on the sidelines and see what other people are doing to help the homeless in the community, three leadership students at… Continue reading

Move to UAE a transformative, learning experience for educator

Plenkovich returned stateside this year to become Twin Lakes principal

Auburn Riverside’s Mikah Fathers tries to put away his match against Thomas Jefferson’s Jared Tran, who winces from his efforts, during their match in the 126-pound weight class Wednesday. Thomas Jefferson fell to the Ravens. Jessica Keller, the Mirror

Thomas Jefferson wrestling stumbles against Auburn Riverside

Raiders looking forward to Doc Herren Invite Dec. 29 at Auburn High School.

Auburn Riverside’s Mikah Fathers tries to put away his match against Thomas Jefferson’s Jared Tran, who winces from his efforts, during their match in the 126-pound weight class Wednesday. Thomas Jefferson fell to the Ravens. Jessica Keller, the Mirror

Lessons from the Queen of Katwe

Local youth receive chess tips from internationally renowned Ugandan woman

FW, Decatur boys open league play with varying success

When the Decatur Gator and Federal Way High School Eagles boys basketball teams face off Friday evening, the game will not only earn the winner… Continue reading

TJ bowling team sets goals high after last year’s success

With five varsity returners and a lingering sense of accomplishment after making its first ever appearance at nationals, the Thomas Jefferson bowling team has hopes… Continue reading

Federal Way School District to place $33 million levy on February ballot

In a Feb. 13 special election, Federal Way Public Schools will ask voters to approve a levy that would fund essential staff, educational programs and… Continue reading

Federal Way’s Special Olympics sports program coordinator, theater director finds joy in work | Citizen of the Month

As the Special Olympics sports program coordinator and director of the annual Friendship Theater play for the city of Federal Way, Sharon Boyle is a… Continue reading

Decatur boys playing under new coach, new philosophy

FWHS grad and baskeball standout Forbes returns to district as Gator

With school bond passage certain, FWPS leaders begin planning for construction

With voter approval for the $450 million construction bond sitting at 61.97 percent, Federal Way Public Schools leaders are setting plans in motion for the… Continue reading

FW students share early turkey-day feast at Young Life Thanksgiving Club

Federal Way high schoolers got an early Thanksgiving feast, complete with turkey and pumpkin pie, on Monday as part of the 13th annual Young Life… Continue reading

Latest election results: Federal Way school bond measure passing with more than 60 percent of votes in favor

The $450 million school bond meeting super-majority, voter turnout requirements needed to pass

Military service, advocating for vets important to Altmayer | Veterans Day

Whether it’s his country or his community, Federal Way resident and veteran Dan Altmayer has been ready to serve throughout his life. Altmayer, who grew… Continue reading