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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, September 10, 1997 9 "ters pro- peo- Services in Sound at and Seat- cen- health- and have Care than to serve this year at 15 Seattle schools have access to 428 different out-of-school activities, ranging from sports groups to drama and book clubs. Without these structured activities, young people would have very few alter- natives for this time of day. The final component of the levy will be to support new initiatives to improve academic achievement in selected schools in the district. This partnership will provide resources and technical assistance to improve student achievement that are mea- sured by test scores, percent of stu- dents working at grade level and retention in school. Each of us plays a large role in the success of the levy renewal on Sept. 16. We cannot assume that funding for these vital social and educational programs will fh)w from other sources in the absence of the Families and Education Levy. Please join me in voting yes on Proposition One. Your vote will assure Seattle's children and fami- lies another seven years of social and educational support, which is a wise investment both in terms of short-term costs as well as long- term benefits to our community. Steve Daschle is the executive director of Southwest Youth & Family Services, 4555 Delridge Way S. W. SOFTWARE for everybody. get your 1s. CO ROM * Accessories ' Classes 'WEEKDAYS M-F 10-7 Vlany Amenities including: * Full Kitchen Washer and in each unit Dryer d/,cct Re a, A Seniors Community 125th Street Seattle 125th & Military Rd.) 243-0300 L 13 UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE TRANSFER 13 VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL TRAINING 13 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Q CONTINUING EDUCATION Whether you are wanting to complete your first two years toward a Bachelor's degree or you aspire to own a flower shop, maintain commercial airliners, market a business, network computers, manage hazardous materials, do welding or machining, become a corrections officer or an automotive technician, South Seattle Community College is the right place to come to life. Fall quarter classes begin September 29. Call today for enrollment information or an advising appointment, (206) 768-6684. a member of the seattle community college district CALL 938-4737 CALL