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Top 8 Summer Spots In Washington

Top 8 Summer Spots In Washington

Lourdes Marmol. Kayla Wentland, Staff Writer
May 23, 2017
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With our streak of rain and gloomy days from October to March, we all crave the sun and summer breeze. With summertime blues at an all-time high, we’ve put together the ultimate list of activities for the staycationers. Here are fun and cheap things to do in the Pacific Northwest this summer: Bi...

Stars in Seattle: Inside SIFF

Stars in Seattle: Inside SIFF

Emily Nina, Staff Writer
May 19, 2017
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For those less familiar with the SIFF, it is a collection of over 400 films from 80 different countries, all premiered one after the other at various SIFF-owned theaters around the Seattle area. It has often been referred to as a "marathon, not a sprint" and "not for the faint of heart." And after...

Off to Regionals

Off to Regionals

Tyler Tschantre, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
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The Snohomish Marine Corps JROTC Armed Drill Team had a goal from the beginning of the season which was to make it to regionals. Regionals for JROTC is like state for any sports team; the best three schools from each division go to compete in either the PFT-team ( physical fitness team), unarmed drill,...

Bikini Blowout

Bikini Blowout

Payton Quinn, Staff Writer
May 9, 2017
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The young clothing brand SunnyCo Clothing posted an announcement that caused an internet frenzy. On May 2, SunnyCo Clothing’s official Instagram account released what seemed to be a once-in-a-lifetime deal to a relatively small audience. The post included within the next 24 hours, “everyone that...

DECA In Disney

DECA In Disney

Sam Kunz, Staff Writer
May 4, 2017
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On Tuesday, April 25, six DECA students flew to Anaheim, CA for the yearly International Career Development Conference. “This is our international conference, so it’s something that kids really have to work for, in order to be able to go. The kids go to area and those who place move on to state and...

Parking Lot Problems

Parking Lot Problems

Dawson Hensel, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
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With over 1,750 students, 470 seniors, and 442 juniors eligible to park in our parking lot, we have a lot of parking spots to fill. However, that a does not stop teachers from parking in the student designated lot section with impunity. Students are required to first apply for parking passes and pay...

What’s In Hill’s Room?

What’s In Hill’s Room?

McKenna Murphy, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
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If you have ever entered Mr. Hill’s room, you would be astounded by all the dead animals cluttering his walls. From the floor to the ceiling his, walls are covered will all different sorts of animals Mr. Hill has accumulated over the years. Hung above the cabinets on the right side of his room is...

Finals Week Moved

Finals Week Moved

Elizabeth Schwartzhoff, Staff Writer
March 21, 2017
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Finals week has been moved to June 21-22 instead of June 14-15. This is due to the four days of snow we had in December and February. Despite it being a fun time, it’s effect on the last day of school is not. Glacier Peak should have incorporated a couple snow days just to be safe and if we ended up...

Snohomish School District Saves the Enviroment

Snohomish School District Saves the Enviroment

Sam Ketchem, Staff Writer
March 17, 2017
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Snohomish School District saved a lot of money last year, and the way they did it helps the environment too. The district has saved 297,507 kW because of new energy saving methods and systems they have introduced. Not only did they save money on the electricity bills, but the PUD also gave the schools...

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