The leadership class at Sehome had a food drive a few weeks ago. Holding a food drive is an easy way to give back to the community and help people who need it.
“The food drive was to add a fundraising, community elemen... Read More »
Trump was right in saying that Ford is moving its small-car division overseas but wrong in claiming that as a result, thousands of jobs are leaving Michigan and Ohio. Ford’s CEO insists not a single job w... Read More »
Sports can offer leadership, a better lifestyle and a boost in moral. But our sports do offer extra benefits that most athletes are unaware of.
Ethan Hunger (10) has being playing sports since around the age of six. It can b... Read More »
Mariners continue to dominate in cross-country and tennis, all sports show promising ends to their seasons.
They are off to a dominating start as their season has begun with a 5-0 win over their com... Read More »
Due to the need to comply with the Title 9 Survey, which states that schools must have an equal number of sports available to both girls and boys, girls slow pitch has been introduced.
“Slow Pitch is just one more way ... Read More »
As year 2016-17 begins that means a new group of students coming in and experiencing high school. Freshmen orientation helps incoming freshmen get a feel for their new school and get to know their upper c... Read More »
Brett Walker (9)
“The only bad thing I would say about high school compared to middle school is there is a ton of homework now. I have to spend a lot more time on it, but high school is still be... Read More »
Although classes in high schools have traditionally been taught with the student being physically present in a classroom, online classes that remove this necessity are now an option in many high schools ... Read More »