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Sehome Spotlight: Q&A with Kirk and Van Egdom

Nate Southcott

April 2, 2019

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, Editor in Chief

March 28, 2019

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...

Sehome students’ spring break

Sarah Hageman

March 28, 2019

Some Sehome students will be making the most of their Spring Break this year while others plan on just having fun. Some students have a packed schedule, others have big plans to travel, some are staying in Bellingham and just relaxing, while others don’t even get a spring break.   Many students are going to warmer...

How a new class is born

Nikka Mongue

March 28, 2019

Sehome High school students are currently registering for new classes and counselors are busy adjusting schedules and arranging new classes, which leads students to ask the question; how are new classes put on the schedule? This is one of the busiest times for Sehome’s counselors because they must determine how ma...

Changing Tides: Behind the Yearbook

Sofia Pierson

March 28, 2019

Yearbooks lets students and staff reflect on the past year while serving as an archive to look back on years into the future. Not many consider how this book is produced or what goes into creating it. Sehome’s 2018-2019 yearbook is produced by a class of 23 students, who not only work on it during their 8th period ye...

Aftermath of the ‘Feed and Seed’ Fire

Kenzie Knapp

March 11, 2019

From the fire that engulfed “Hohl’s Feed and Seed” pet store downtown, 78 animals were rescued, no people were injured, but the building itself has been burnt past the point of immediate return. The fire started in the early morning of Feb. 18th, closing Railroad street between Holly and Magnolia. Early reports sugg...

Cooking Comes to Sehome

Cooking Comes to Sehome

March 4, 2019

A new class titled ‘Nutrition and Wellness’, taught by Michael Bechkowiak, will be coming to Sehome...

Preparing for Science Olympiad

Preparing for Science Olympiad

March 1, 2019

Preparation for the first Science Olympiad in the new building has begun. Students are researching, building,...

Putting the Sea in Sehome

Putting the Sea in Sehome

March 1, 2019

Many students have noticed incredible additions to the school one of the most popular being the fish...

An Environmentally Minded School

Sarah Hageman

March 1, 2019

As Sehome transitions into a new building equipped with environmentally minded systems, the Sehome community is learning how to adapt with them. The construction of the new Sehome building and the systems that run the building were made with the environmental impact in mind. Sehome is trying to be more mindful about trash...

Moving Month

Moving Month

March 1, 2019

Over the past few months, teachers have been scrambling to get the content of their old classrooms and...

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