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Leadership’s food drive helps families

Lilian Furlong, Reporter

November 21, 2016

The leadership class at Sehome had a food drive a few weeks ago. Holding a food drive is an easy way to give back to the community and help people who need it. “The food drive was to add a fundraising, community element to the spirit week competition.” McKenzie Knapp (10), said. “A food drive was a simple, well-known ...

Burlington shooting

Madison Macphee, Reporter

November 21, 2016

On Friday, Sept. 3 around 7 p.m. at The Cascade Mall in Burlington Washington, Arcan Cetin, a 20 year old, entered the makeup department of Macy’s with a Ruger 10/22 with a 25-round magazine and shot and killed five people. Those people include Belinda Galde, a 64 year old probation officer and her mother, Beatrice Dotson, age 9...

Fact checking the debate

Kennedy Garrison, Reporter

November 21, 2016

Donald Trump Trump was right in saying that Ford is moving its small-car division overseas but wrong in claiming that as a result, thousands of jobs are leaving Michigan and Ohio. Ford’s CEO insists not a single job will be lost in the U.S. Trump left the false impression that the Obama administration failed to disclose the...

Freshman orientation welcomes new students

Aleah Pechthalt, Reporter

November 21, 2016

As year 2016-17 begins that means a new group of students coming in and experiencing high school. Freshmen orientation helps incoming freshmen get a feel for their new school and get to know their upper classmates. On August 18th, a group of about 20 upperclassmen helped show the freshmen class around and let them know where th...

New administrator added

October 28, 2015

Kevin Johnson has a new job this year with the goal of helping students have a better high school experi...

Seattle teacher strikes delay school openings

Seattle teacher strikes delay school openings

October 28, 2015

Schools in the Seattle district have recently started school after a six day teacher strike delayed their...

Sehome welcomes new principle

Drew Govender, Reporter

October 25, 2015

“The climate of the school starts with the principal. Her energy, focus, and vision makes all the difference in how the school is going to be.”

Slow pitch takes the field

Faith Spidell, Reporter

October 25, 2015

Due to the need to comply with the Title 9 Survey, which states that schools must have an equal number of sports available to both girls and boys, girls slow pitch has been introduced. “Slow Pitch is just one more way to get involved.” Kevin Johnson, coach, said. “The earlier you get involved, the better your year wi...

Greek systems under scrutiny

Sophia Hall, Reporter

June 9, 2015

With a rise of scandals in fraternities and sororities, the institutions are under serious criticism. The University of Virginia and Rutger’s University have both enacted disciplinary measures on fraternities after rape and racism allegations, respectively. Historically, sororities and fraternities have been criticized for sexism...

We asked: What are the seven arts?

We asked: What are the seven arts?

June 9, 2015

“Nobody knows...” Randelle Crawford (visual art) said, and then proceeded to Google it. “Tradit...

Learning styles differ

Jack D’Amelio, Reporter

May 12, 2015

Incorrect attempts to classify and define individual’s ability to learn has been an ever present theme in modern education. There were activist and theorist learners, competitive and collaborative, avoidant and  participative learners. There was a flavor of learning for everyone, from concrete experience to active experim...

Robotics takes on the world

Robotics takes on the world

May 12, 2015

In its first appearance at the world championships, the Sehome Seamonsters robotics team didn’t do a...

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