Related Program: The Record Why Some Seattle Parents Are Bringing Soup, Support For Teachers By David Hyde & Posey Gruener • Sep 11, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listener Sarah Johnson posted this picture from Green Lake Elementary with the message, 'We love our teachers.' Courtesy of Sarah Johnson Listen Listening... / 9:21 David Hyde speaks with Richelle Dickerson, co-president of West Woodland Parent-Teacher Association, about why she and other parents have been supporting the Seattle teachers strike. Tags: schools and educationlaborunionsTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content What Teachers Earn In Seattle (And Why Other Districts Pay More) By Isolde Raftery • Sep 12, 2015 KUOW Graphic/Kara McDermott Standing outside Roosevelt High School on Thursday, a Seattle teacher held up the gold standard. It was the tentative contract for Everett schools, which promises veteran teachers with a master’s degree and the maximum education credits nearly $100,000 by 2017. Maple Cutter Pleads Guilty To Poaching By Chris Lehman • Sep 11, 2015 Listen Listening... / A southwest Washington man has pleaded guilty to poaching bigleaf maple trees from U.S. Forest Service land. Ryan Anthony Justice entered his plea Thursday in federal court in Tacoma. See New 'Nutcracker' Costumes At Pacific Northwest Ballet By Marcie Sillman • Sep 10, 2015 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery The winter holidays are months away, but at Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers and crew are working at a fever pitch on the annual production of "The Nutcracker." This year’s version is brand new to PNB. Choreographed by the late George Balanchine, it features new sets and costumes by children’s author/illustrator Ian Falconer. See how these costumes are coming to life: Pasco Teachers' Union Faces Judge Over Possible Strike Fines By Lauren Rosenthal • Sep 11, 2015 While school was canceled for the second day in Seattle, a teachers’ strike in Pasco, Washington, is stretching into its second week.