Rep. Hans Dunshee

House passes $3.7 billion construction budget

April 3, 2015

Rep. Hans Dunshee

House passes $3.7 billion construction budget

Builds schools, colleges, mental health facilities OLYMPIA – Democrats and Republicans in the House united behind a capital budget that would put billions of dollars to work for construction projects, with most of that construction focused on education and higher education. “This will build classrooms for kids and computer labs for universities,” said Rep. Hans Dunshee (D-Snohomish), chair of the Capital Budget Committee. “It will also create thousands of jobs for men and women in hard hats while fixing parks … Continue reading

Letters from elementary school students: Stephanie on fast food

March 24, 2015

Rep. Hans Dunshee

Letters from elementary school students: Stephanie on fast food

Dear Representative Dunshee, Have you ever wondered what is hidden in fast food products such as McDonalds? Well, most people say that they put genetically modified food. So in my opinion, you should make a law in Mill Creek that fast food restaurants have to label their products. Like for example, when I was about seven years old, I was starving so my family and I went through the drive-through at McDonalds I enjoyed my little meal and after a … Continue reading

Letters from elementary school students: Sydney on drunk driving

March 23, 2015

Rep. Hans Dunshe

Letters from elementary school students: Sydney on drunk driving

Dear Representative Dunchee, One day I was at my friend’s house, and her babysitter, Hannah told me a very sad story.  One day, her mom was walking to a middle school dance with her best friend.  While they were walking, a drunk driver came in and hit her friend.  She had to watch her get flung into the air and die before her eyes.  I think that it is horrible that innocent lives are lost every day. One reason I … Continue reading

Letters from elementary school students: Young on food safety

March 20, 2015

Rep. Hans Dunshee

Letters from elementary school students: Young on food safety

Dear Representative Dunshee, In my opinion, I think that the manufacturers should only sell good quality foods.  I read an article about someone that felt facial tightness because that person ate too much processed foods.  This made me think that the hardships people have to go through because of bad food quality is unfair.  The author of “Consequences of Poor Quality in Food” quoted, “…a consistent pattern of eating low-quality foods-foods that are nutritionally imbalanced can negatively affect your health.” … Continue reading

Letters from elementary school students: Cadence on tailored learning

March 19, 2015

Rep. Hans Dunshee

Letters from elementary school students: Cadence on tailored learning

Dear Representative Dunshee, Have you ever had the feeling when you were young that you’re learning something twice, once at home and once at school? Well I have, one time I was learning single digit multiplication. I first learned it at home , three months later I had to learn it again, at school. I have a solution to that: it is tailored learning also known as individualized instruction. Tailored learning is where each lesson is “tailored”  to each student’s … Continue reading

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