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The Insecurity of School Safety

Sofia Pierson

May 6, 2019

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In designing and moving into the new Sehome building, many things had to be taken into consideration, such as accessibility, functionality, and especially safety. Students live in a time where safety is often at the forefront of their high school experience. One in five parents have reported their children were fearful of going ...

Indoor Entertainment

Nate Southcott, Copy Editor

May 6, 2019

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Rook & Rogue 206 W. Magnolia St, ​Bellingham, WA 98225 Mon: 2pm - 10pm (Happy Hour 2-6 & 9-10) Tue - Thurs: 4pm - 10pm (Happy Hour 4-6 & 9-10) Friday: 4pm - 12am (Happy Hour 4-6) Saturday: 10am - 12am (Happy Hour 2-6) Sunday: 10am - 10pm (Happy Hour all day!) A board game pub in downtown Belling...

Summertime activities

Carlos Centurion, Managing Editor

May 6, 2019

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As school winds down into the end of the year, more students look for things to do around Bellingham in the summertime. Many events occur over the course of the summer in Bellingham.

Get a taste of Bellingham

Cayden Larrosa

May 6, 2019

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Across the city of subdued excitement there are a plethora of hidden gems from the cheapest burgers to the most eccentric meals. Whether you are looking for something new or just a new perspective on a old classic this list can be an aid so chow down and entertain your taste buds.   Just Poke - 201 E Chestnut St, Bellingham, WA ...

What to do outside

What to do outside

May 6, 2019

The Rising Tide is here to help. Here are some of our favorite outdoor activities we recommend.

A helpful guide to finding your first job

Sam Risser, Copy Editor

May 6, 2019

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Since teens were toddlers, they’ve fantasized about the career that they will have one day as adults. Kids who now walk the halls of Sehome once idolized firefighters, police officers, pilots, and astronauts, dreaming that one day they would be just like these adults in the workforce. However, as teens, people aren’t so...

Meeting Mrs. Bell

May 3, 2019

Sehome will be welcoming former staff member Sonia Bell back as our school’s new principal. She will be taki...

The Insecurity of School Safety

Sofia Pierson

May 2, 2019

Filed under Feature

In designing and moving into the new Sehome building, many things had to be taken into consideration, such as accessibility, functionality, and especially safety. Students live in a time where safety is often at the forefront of their high school experience. One in five parents have reported their children were fearful of going...

Make Way For The Pegway!

Make Way For The Pegway!

April 2, 2019

Peggy Fogarty, Sehome’s one and only campus security monitor recently upgraded her mode of transportation....

Sehome Spotlight: Q&A with Kirk and Van Egdom

Nate Southcott, Copy Editor

April 2, 2019

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The Sehome Leadership class has had an unorthodox year. Teachers that are new to the class, combining two classes and a new building all presented their own challenges. Nevertheless, leadership is still a well integrated part of Sehome’s community. Mrs. Kim Kirk and Mrs. Kristy VanEgdom were interviewed to find out what ha...

Lights, Camera, Fashion!

Jacob Alexander, Copy Editor

March 28, 2019

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FBLA and National Honors Society will be hosting a business fashion show in a month at Sehome to help spread awareness about business attire for the youth population. The mission of FBLA is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship. National Honors society is a group of students who help...

Special Olympics and Unified Sports

Special Olympics and Unified Sports

March 28, 2019

Sneakers pound up and down the court, accompanied by the shrill sound of a whistle reverberating off...

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