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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY9 AUGUST 26, 2009 B5 Issaquah students score well on ACT exams This year, 381 Issaquah students took the American College Test exam and scored the highest of any other testing group for the dis- trict to date. This year's students also far-ex- ceeded state and national averages for students taking the exam. The ACT is a curriculum-based exam and is primarily used for ad- mission into colleges and universi- ties by measuring a student's readiness for collegiate-level coursework. In recent years, Washington stu- dents have led the nation in ACT and Scholastic Assessment Test scores, another college entrance exam. Washington students tied with Rhode Island for seventh among states with students who scored well on the exams. It is the sixth year Washington students have scored above average on the exam. Washington finished behind states like Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. In Washington, Issaquah's stu- dents have continued to score well above the state and national averages. Subject Issaquah State Nanonal English 25.1 22.4 20.6 Math 25.7 22.9 21.0 Reading 25.9 23.5 21.4 Science 24.5 22.4 20.8 Composite 24.522.8 21.1 Hatchery docents needed Training for the Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery docent program, the knowledgeable guides at the hatchery, is from 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Sept. 12 in the Call 427-0259 or e-mail fishvol- unteer@msn.com. Plan ahead for SR 900 closures Drivers should plan ahead for delays on state Route 900 from Aug. 28-31 as crews close lanes around the clock to replace a cul- vert under the highway. Lane closures will begin at 8 p.m. Aug. 28. The entire road will close to traffic the following night, Aug. 29. hatchery's Watershed Science Cen- Crews are replacing a culvert at ter, 80 Newport Way S.W. Clay Pit Creek, a half-mile south of Guides are needed for all days of Talus Drive. Drivers should expect the week and especially during backups during the work, and Salmon Days Festival. shouldchoose alternate routes when possible. Flaggers will alternate one-way traffic on state Route 900 between Talus Drive and Southeast 95th Street from 8 p.m. Aug. 28 - 8 p.m. Aug. 29 and from 8 a.m. Aug. 30 - 5 a.m. Aug. 31. At 8 p.m. Aug. 29, crews will close both directions of state Route 900 between Talus Drive and Southeast May Valley Road. Only local traffic will be allowed through the work zone until 8 a.m. Aug. 30. All other drivers will follow a de- tour using Interstate 90, Sunset Way, Newport Way Southwest, Front Street South, Issaquah-Ho- bart Road Southeast and South- east May Valley Road. Utility crews will relocate sev- eral lines near the culvert before work can be done. If the utility work cannot be completed in time, the weekend closure will be postponed until mid-September. Order color prints of Issaquah Press photosl www.issaquahpress.com Arab LOUNGE $7 Glasses of Wine HappfHour in Bar All Night Long on Thursdays e We Cater, TOO! 425.392.5550 ~.Pot~adeaocoen Wab your On Olllm 8new plasma TV's Wal lhe gmne at YOUR MARIh Watch all games NFL Sunday Ticket an Wed & Sat Nights! 1025 NW Gilman Blvd. 425-392-6356 Serving breakfast Saturdays & Sundays 11:00am el t, co oma k ] bur consL /cnl/:u,ori/c since 1988 425-391-9597 Meadows Shopping Center. 1580 NW Gilman Blvd., Issaquah www.cascadegarden.com GINGER, La-'x 2008 & 2009 (Redmond Reporter "Best of") Great Value Generous Portions Fresh baked in-house desserts senior discounts Mudom SbqpitX Cetur him Mm. . Sat 8m. m Stun, 7ar l (next to QFC) 425.391.9690 1580N.W. Gilman Blvd, % Pu%=.'.".%%'.=.%'.%'.=. ~'='='= % Where It's Near Too Late For Breakfast! 4793 at the wine bar & restaurant 253.853.3O2O Pt Fosdick DR NW, Suite 400 :: Gig Harbor www.siprestaurant.com Summer Specials Happy Hour (BQr & Featunng $2.00 off all small plates. Daily 4:30-6:30pm and late night from 9-111Z " 112 Off Bottle Wednesdoys! Purchase two entrees & receive any bottle valued at $100 or tess 1/2 off. Ladies Night Thursdays! Ladies receive 1/2 off all wine flights along with $5.00 House pours. *H(:]IoDy t'u~Jr prices hor,Kpre~ ~ bar ot'~ I::x~io. n m R i i m i m i n m i i i n mllllllnl i ~ I With the purchase of two beverages. I On your next visit, save on any breakfast lunch or dinner entrde and enjoy. J Real Breakfast 24/7. J Valid only at Issaquah location. Not valid with any other coupon or offers. Coupon has no cash value. No change returned. One coupon per visit. One coupon per check per visit. Taxes and gratuity not included. No substitutions. Alcoholic beverages not included. Valid at participating restaurants only. Selection and prices may vary. Only original coupon accepted. Photocopied and Internet printed or purchased coupons are not valid. 2008 DFO, LLC. Printed in the U.S.A. Offer expires 9/30109. ,11 i I~l ill iiiii ~ i ~ i mmm IBIIIBI IIIBIBB ~ i ~ ~ mmmm