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BJTAC Changes

Abigail Pitton and Jay Travier

January 4, 2018

As winter approaches, many families in the Bellingham community with low income need help getting necessities. In the Bring Joy to a Child program Sehome sponsors families from elementary schools around Bellingham. Every Harbor class gets a family or child with a list of what they need and want. Many Sehome students take a lot of p...

Sehome blood drive

Jamie Rowe-Moulds

January 4, 2018

Twice a year, Sehome hosts a blood drive, where students can volunteer to donate blood to those who need it. The blood can be used for many different purposes, such as helping those injured and some blood goes to research. Those who donate receive snacks and satisfaction from helping others. The blood drive is a very import...

Parking tickets on the rise

Parking tickets on the rise

January 4, 2018

Parking can be confusing. We have so many different lots, and so many student drivers. This is accen...

Halloween Grams

Halloween Grams

January 4, 2018

The Red Cross Club has been selling Halloween grams that will be sent out towards the end of the month....

Construction update

Construction update

October 25, 2017

Directly or indirectly, the construction of a new Sehome building is something that affects every one of ...

New staff join the team

Jay Travier and Lukas DeLisle

October 25, 2017

With the new year there is a whole new group of teachers coming in with it. “I love Sehome, there’s a very supportive staff and I love the energetic student body.” Said Mr. Burgess when asked how he likes Sehome so far. Burgess coming all the way from Mississippi is still adjusting to the different lifestyle of the pacif...

Community reacts to new schedule

Kyle Aspiras, Octavia Ocheltree-Murdock, Tommy Peterson, and Jamie Rowe-Moulds

October 25, 2017

The Bellingham School District has instituted a new schedule for its high schools with new start times. Its impact has been felt by Sehome students and staff in different ways. The new schedule makes use of a four period day by eight period total class format that makes classes alternate between days, unlike the previous six p...

Is homecoming worth it?

Kyle Aspiras

October 25, 2017

“Give me one example of an event that brings the school together like this,” ASB President, Lauren Dodge (12) said, when she was asked during the homecoming game about the value of homecoming. She pointed to Sehome’s crowd, cheering the football team on. Homecoming week is an event that has varying degrees of importan...

Seniors grab the Homecoming win

Crystal Tucker, Reporter

October 25, 2017

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Homecoming dress-up

Homecoming dress-up

October 25, 2017

Pacific Northwest day was the second most popular day with 312 participating students. Brands such a...

OK Sehome, let’s get in formation

OK Sehome, let’s get in formation

October 25, 2017

After a four-year break, the school staff surprised the student body and rejoined the homecoming assembly dances. The staff appeared on the...

First total eclipse in 26 years hits the PNW

Allison Meyer and Grace McCall

October 25, 2017

This summer, Sehome students and staff crowded outside to what is being called the Great American Eclipse. The first total eclipse since 1991 (one of the 68 total eclipses occurring worldwide this century) . “It was the third most spectacular thing I’ve ever seen,” said Mark Toney (Physics), who notes the births of his two...

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