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Celebrating St. Patrick’s

Abel Stoyka and Hayden Neverdahl

May 3, 2018

On Saturday, March 17, the annual holiday St. Patrick’s Day occurred. ere were a wide range of ways that people celebrated. Kacey Lind (11) said “I went to my mom’s school to help with her kindergarten class, they had a St. Patrick’s Day party with green cookies and everything.” Lind also mentioned that St....

Easter traditions

Allison Meyer, Reporter

May 3, 2018

Easter 2018 happened on Sunday, April 1. Many families all over the world celebrate Easter by decorating eggs, eating dinner and spending time with family. “When I was younger, my family always had an easter egg hunt,” Emily Williams (11) said, “but now that I’m older, I just spend time with my family and eat ham.”...

Reasons for considering Running Start programs

Allison Meyer, Reporter

May 3, 2018

Running Start is an option for juniors and seniors. Some students enroll to start earning college credits, while others are looking for an escape from the high school environment. Sky Caron (9), says she looks forward to Running Start because it will give her a head start on college. Lucas Chatterton (10) also wants ...

Activism changes from Vietnam

Serena Keenan, Editor

May 2, 2018

After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Feb., student activism has been quickly on the rise, especially with high school survivors leading the charge. The last time that a student movement of this size has been seen was in the 1960s and 1970s in the wake of the Vietnam War; however, one immediately notice...

1 to 1 Technology

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

March 5, 2018

Next year, Sehome will be participating in the 1:1 Student Technology program, where every student will be given a device. The 2-in-1 device is a laptop that can also be converted into a tablet. This is possible due to the 2017 Technology Levy that was passed by voters in February 2016. The projects of this levy will take place th...

Future phone ban

Future phone ban

February 28, 2018

Starting in the fall of 2018, Sehome will have a new policy that makes every classroom cell phone free....

Screen addicted

Screen addicted

February 28, 2018

Technology is always progressing and becoming more and more addicting, especially with cell phones. Th...

Spring Break plans

Arielle McFarlane, Angela Ha, and Peyton Nienaber

February 28, 2018

Spring break will be the first week of April this year students are preparing to make memories, whether they plan to relax or to travel. “I’m doing literally nothing,” Zach Smith (11) said. However, he did say he’s going to sleep a lot, maybe hang out with friends and watch a lot of Netflix like “The Great British...

Gym closed at lunch

Sylus Augustine, Reporter

February 28, 2018

The gym is, until further notice, closed at lunch. This is due to a multitude of different reasons, namely that students have left behind food, trash and other articles as they leave for class. This area is also unsupervised, which has lead to stolen items from the locker rooms. “This gives teachers a break,” Peggy Fogarty...

Pledge of Allegiance

Kenzie Knapp, Angela Ha, Jamiaka Lyons, and Victoria McLin

February 28, 2018

Amidst so much change in our school there is one thing that remains constant throughout: the Pledge of Allegiance. Despite not everyone being unified in agreement over reciting the pledge, it continues to be a daily ritual without much questioning, until now. Teachers and students have many different positions on the pledge....

Students tests self-made bridges

Peyton Nienaber and Jaime Rowe-Moulds

February 28, 2018

As second semester kicked off at Sehome, students in physics classes got ready to participate in the annual bridge building competition Every year the rules change and students must design a bridge that satisfies them. These rules include how long they can be, the height, weight requirements and where the loading plate must...

How Black History Month affects students

Abie Pitton and Jay Travier

February 28, 2018

During February, many people from the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands celebrate Black History Month. Black History Month began as a way to remember important people and events in the history of people of African descent. “I think it’d be cool if we could have a lesson about it in one of our classes...

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