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Junior high architecture team wins award; city accepting committee applications; support wildfire relief

LOJ architecture team wins award

Lake Oswego Junior High School's competitive architecture team Pris-Tech Innovations won an award of excellence in the SchoolNEXT International Architecture Competition Oct. 2. The competition challenges students to design and model a school of the future that encourages innovation, critical thinking and collaboration.

Meena Breaden, Connor Kraft and Zaden Brandimore, spent their eighth grade year designing and building their innovative model in an after-school program with architecture club adviser Wendy Hinderhofer.

Their model, StoneEdge Middle School, centers around an immersive curriculum that educates "the whole student."

Their project and video will be unveiled at the Association for Learning Environments LearningSCAPES Virtual Conference Nov. 4-6.

Applicants sought for design advisory panel

Applications are being accepted for the Recreation and Aquatics Center Project Advisory Committee. Serve the community by sharing your insight and expertise with the Parks and Recreation Department. Design team submissions are due at 9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18.

Apply here.

For additional information, visit this website.

Lakeridge students raise money for wildfire relief

Sofia Corso and Abby Mendoza used their artistic skills to design and sell T-shirts and masks that demonstrate Oregon's beauty. Profits are donated to the United Way wildfire victim fund. The operation was launched Sept. 18 and the duo already has made $900 to give to United Way.

For more information, visit @the.pnw.project on Instagram.

Lake Oswego Review seeks LOHS columnist

The Lake Oswego Review is accepting applications for two LOHS student columnists.

The student columnist will act as the eyes and ears on campus/in their community circles. The columnist will share their perspective on school-related topics and events with the public through a monthly column.

If interested, send up to three writing samples to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Nov. 9.


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