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Christmas Every Night

Christmas Every Night

Lauren Peltier, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Snowflake Lane is a holiday tradition that takes place every year from Black Friday to Christmas Eve in Bellevue at 7p.m. Snowflake Lane is full of  dancing characters, drummers, 'snow', sing along music and so much more that your whole family can enjoy. Some of the our students are characters in...

Eating In Class

Eating In Class

Kirsty Fleming, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Most students get hungry from time to time in class, some more often than others. The one problem facing hungry students is their teacher’s rules on food and drinks. Many of us have experienced it before; we take out our snack, excited to scoff it down, when our teacher tells us to put it away and...

More than Music

More than Music

Enid Gonzalez, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Students that are in band learn more than music, they learn to manage time effectively, work as a team and how to be responsible with expensive equipment. “The benefits of being in band are endless. Two of the main benefits of being in band are learning to be responsible and learning how to manage...

Seeing Siblings At School

Seeing Siblings At School

Desiree Mcdaniel, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


Filed under Student Life

There are many pits and peaks from having a family member attend school with you. For some people like Delaney Ivankavich, it's the best thing. "I like having my sister here because I have someone to look out for me," Ivankavich said. When attending a new school, it may be intimidating, but...

New Year New Principal

New Year New Principal

Jordan Handshy, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017


Filed under Student Life

This is Mr. Jeff Larson's first year as principal here and we welcome him with open arms. Mr. Larson already speaks inspirational quotes on Monday and Friday at the start of the announcements to motivate students through the week. With his comments over the intercom, its clear he cares about this school...

Falling For Snohomish

Falling For Snohomish

Maleika Fleming, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


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Snohomish is a beautiful town, and fall brings out its true beauty. With its sidewalks littered with colorful leaves and the great meeting places, Snohomish is the place to visit during the fall. Here are some places you have to go. 1. Railroad Bridge The Bridge is a great feature of Snohomish,...

The Daily Grizzly Grind

The Daily Grizzly Grind

Anya Knowlton, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Student Life

If  you’ve glanced over at the Grizzly Grounds, you may have noticed that there are a lot more people than last year, both inside and out. There’s quite a lot that’s changed, and it’s not just how many people there are. The reason for all those people buying coffee at the Grizzly Grounds...

The Messages On The Wall

The Messages On The Wall

Taylor Bopko, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Walking around the halls of school, it would be hard to miss the positivity posters the ASB have put on the walls throughout the entire campus. The goal? It’s simple; ASB just wants to make school a welcoming place to come to, and a positive experience overall. “I love the fact that ASB does them,...

Student Thoughts On School Gates

Student Thoughts On School Gates

Harpa Olafsdottir, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Student Life

When I walked in on the first day of school I noticed something new; outdoor 10' gates that lock the second the clock strikes 7:30 a.m. So, I wondered if I was the only one who thought it was strange. I asked 50 students what they thought about them, All 50 students did not like them or see the point...

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