Beyond Cascadia

Visit this page for information and opportunities within Cascadia’s larger community!

Support a new safer way across 85th
Seattle’s Neighborhood Street Fund competition’s Community Prioritization phase to select those projects to go to the next phase is now open. You can vote online or at community meetings.See
For District 6: Proposal 2019-25 N 85th St. & Ashworth Ave N. It proposes a ped/bike signal at Ashworth & 85th to provide a safer bike/ped route between Green Lake and points north including Robert Eagle Staff, Cascadia, and Loicton Springs K-8 schools. See and the attached.
District 6:
Tuesday, January 29, 7:00 – 8:30 pm  at Crown Hill Center, 9250 14th Ave NW and
Wednesday, February 13, 6:00 – 7:30 pm  at Phinney Center Community Hall,  6532 Phinney Ave N

FREE Healthy Home Assessments from American Lung Association

Is the air you’re breathing safe? Indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Learn how to identify and fix common things in your home that contribute to poor indoor air quality through a free visit from the American Lung Association. While there is no testing or cleaning, they are able to give you recommendations on what you can do to maintain a healthy home environment. For households who have a child with asthma, you may be eligible to receive either a vacuum, dehumidifier, or air purifier to further improve the air quality in your home. For more information contact AmeriCorps member Xamantha Curameng.

North Central Seattle Little League Open for Registration through Jan 20
  • Eligible ages:  5- 15
  • Both girls and boys welcome
  • Registration open to all participants living or going to school in our boundary (see for the exact boundary)
  • Registration NOW OPEN:  December 1st – closes end of January
  • Season opens with practices in March and games in April, May and June



Screening of Angst

Angst is an independent documentary film about kids dealing with anxiety. In the film, they interview kids who struggle with anxiety and their families. They also talk about some possible root causes of anxiety, and how it affects the brain. The Whitman PTSA cordially invites our school community to a screening of “Angst”

Location: Whitman Middle School’s auditorium
Date: January 23rd
Time: 7:00 PM (doors will open at 6:40 PM) Register for tickets here!
Although the film is appropriate for ages 11+, we ask that only adults attend. The event is free, however, a ticket is required for entry. Please use the ticket registration link provided to secure your entry into the screening. The PTSA will be accepting donations at the event to offset the cost of the movie. We plan to have an informal discussion after the screening.

Reserve your tickets for Angst
 a new documentary about anxiety. We want to start a conversation! #AngstMovie @IndieFlix Whitman Middle School

Please visit for more information and screening dates and locations.  There are many upcoming dates in Seattle.


Greetings all,

It’s time to sign-up for boy’s lacrosse! Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in America, and Seattle. Lax is great at a young age. We work on hand eye coordination and we do lots of running (we start practice with a 400m) and strength building, we do push-ups every day.

Sign-up is now open for 2019 Spring lax for 3rd grade up to 8th grade. We put the 3rd and 4th graders together on one team, then have another team of 5th and 6th boys. Finally we put 7th and 8th graders together too. FYI we do encourage older boys to start even in 7th or 8th grade too so if you have older brothers who are tired of soccer/baseball it’s never too late to try something new!

Practices start in February and are twice a week at Loyal Heights Playfield or Whitman Middle School. Games begin in March on Saturdays. Kindergarten – 2nd graders can register for Props Academy which starts in April. The Academy runs weekly clinics on Sundays to introduce kids to the game of lacrosse. For more information, please visit the club page –

If you have any questions about lacrosse please feel free to reach out to me directly or submit an inquiry via our website.
Marcos Dachary (coach and father of a 4th grader at Greenwood Elementary)