• Fleece Navidad

    Fleece Navidad

    Kyleigh Magness, Staff Writer

    This past Friday, students wore crazy red and green just in time to welcome the holiday season. Sweaters strolled through the hallways, decorated with lights, garland, and many Santa’s. Candy canes rained, reindeer pranced, and some even sang. The Christmas cheer was evident in the hall ways. Wearing... READ MORE »»

    Photo by Kyleigh Magness

  • Back in Action

    Back in Action

    Katie Hager, Staff Writer

    After staying home five months taking care of a newborn, Mrs. Marshall is finally back and ready to work. Friday, November 21st she showed her shinning face to her students and shared the joys of having a new baby girl and the struggles of having to leave her. Milana Marshall was born on... READ MORE »»

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  • A Fatherly Falalala

    A Fatherly Falalala

    Jessica Tiede, Staff Writer

    Winter Wishes are beginning to come together.  Bouquets of flowers, coffees, food and treats are gifted to students in honor of the holiday season. To sway from the ordinary wish, we were gifted as a school with a serenade from our very own Mr. Blair. As if being sung to by a teacher weren’t rewarding... READ MORE »»

    photo by Bailey Vassalli

  • Winter Assembly Kicks Off Season

    Winter Assembly Kicks Off Season

    Will DeMaris

    As the students crowded into the gym for the winter pep assembly, holiday spirit was in the air. Everyone dressed up in holiday colors. Seniors in red, juniors in green, sophomores in yellow, and freshman in white. Wells Fargo presented a check to the school for $5000 which will be spent on scholarships... READ MORE »»

    photo by Bailey Vassalli

  • Tomahawk to Grizzly

    Tomahawk to Grizzly

    Emily Nina, Staff Writer

    Mr. Hauck is new to our school this year. He’s teaching Modern World History and Psychology.  He came from Marysville-Pilchuck, and has worked in Nigeria, including building a library for a community that has never had one.  He has a niece and a nephew he loves to travel with, and has taken them... READ MORE »»

Sports

Still Part of the Family

Still Part of the Family

Kianna Garner, Staff Writer

On Monday December 8, Junior Lauren Iredale received news that her basketball season on the court was over. Anticipation built up in her stomach throughout the day as Lauren waited for the results of her MRI. Lauren was told her ACL is completely torn and there are two tears in her meniscus. Lauren...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

The Counters

The Counters

Marissa Erme, Staff Writer

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December 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Academics

Cut both ways

Cut both ways

Callie Mueller, staff writer

Grinning ear to ear Mrs. Scott announced to the class that they would be starting the mink dissection lab. “There is no better way to view the muscles then to dissect them!”...  Read More »

December 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Student Life

Giving Blood for a Cause

Giving Blood for a Cause

Faith Krieger , Staff Writer

Whether it’s your first time or your last, giving blood is always a little nerve racking. After weeks of announcements, paperwork, and mental preparation; the day had arrived....  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments