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Finishing up AP testing

Allison Meyer, Reporter

June 1, 2018

Advanced Placement tests are over and many students can breathe easy for the time being. Ed Wissing (history) teaches AP World History. His students reviewed material a whole two and a half weeks before the test. “Our curriculum is set, our essays and tests are in the same format as the actual AP test,” Wissing said. ...

Protest by walkout

Jaime Rowe-Moulds and Abel Stoyka

May 3, 2018

Walkouts have had an impact on our school and community and many students support them. “I thought that they were very meaningful and important,” Thomas Cassella (10) said. “It’s good that the younger generation is taking action in our community.” “It’s important to show legislators that high school student...

New leadership is elected to the ASB

Abel Stoyka, Reporter

May 3, 2018

Sehome held ASB elections on Wednesday, March 28 during harbor for president, vice president, director of communications, director of Sehome culture and treasurer. The two candidates for president were Rem Schroyer (11) and Lucas Cunningham (11). The introductory assembly took place the day before in the gym, where candida...

New Furniture In Sehome

Jaime Rowe-Moulds and Hayden Neverdahl

March 5, 2018

Sehome got a taste of some new furniture that might come to the new school. Many students sat on the furniture found in the lounge. “The furniture is very comfortable, especially the couches,” Camille Parks (9) said. “There could be more couches though.” There were also some new chairs and desks that were bei...

Blood Drive Update

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

March 5, 2018

The second blood drive of the year was on Friday, February 23rd. As always, it was organized by the National Honors Society. Unfortunately, there was a lower turnout than usual. 47 people signed up, much lower than the 62 people who donated last time. “We didn’t start sign ups as early because other clubs were occupying the ...

Upcoming Phone Policies

Upcoming Phone Policies

March 5, 2018

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

Technical literacy

Kyle Aspiras and Crystal Tucker

February 28, 2018

Freshmen this year are faced with many new graduation requirements and among them is the new class called Technical Literacy. Heading the new class are new staff members, Career and Technical Education teachers Jeff Wood and Kyle Ringo. The class is a semester long overview of Office programs on Windows, Wood said. ...

1:1 technology

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

February 28, 2018

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

Bot fights

Bot fights

February 28, 2018

The Sehome Robotics team starts their competition season in the coming weeks. “We participate in...

Presidents’ Day

Abel Stoyka, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Presidents’ Day occurred on Monday, Feb. 19 and schools were closed nationwide. Some students at Sehome believe President’s Day is just another day off of school. “It’s a day where we don’t have school,” Elliot Shaughnessy-Lively (10) said“I will probably be spending it with my friends.” Cody Lyzwinski (11)...

New phone policy on its way

Hayden Neverdahl, Kenzie Knapp, and Jamie Rowe-Moulds

February 28, 2018

Starting in the fall of 2018, Sehome will have a new policy that makes every classroom cell phone free. Many students use their phones everyday, so it is likely this new policy will have a substantial effect on classroom atmosphere for better or worse. Many students reject the idea, speaking on the personal freedom to use thei...

Drive disappoints

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

February 28, 2018

The second blood drive of the year was on Friday, Feb. 23. As always, it was organized by the National Honors Society. Unfortunately, there was a lower turnout than usual. 47 people signed up, much lower than the 62 people who donated last time. “We didn’t start sign ups as early because other clubs were occupying the tables...

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