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New Turf for the Upcoming School Year

New Turf for the Upcoming School Year

Isaac Ellison, Staff Writer

June 18, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

If you haven’t noticed, for the last two weeks our main football field has been closed for maintenance. Every day we have construction workers on campus ripping up the turf so they can start the process of laying down new turf. Grounds crews will be working on it throughout  the summer so the...

Student Start-Up 2018-2019

Student Start-Up 2018-2019

Anya Knowlton, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

As much as it may be painful to think about, with the end of this school year, we must begin planning for next school year. Plug these dates and times into your phones, tell your parents, set a reminder, and then get ready to forget it all to enjoy summer vacation. Student Start-Up is Tuesday and Wed...

Finals Week Schedule

Finals Week Schedule

Jordan Handshy

June 13, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

Finals week Schedule We have reached the end of the year and its finally time to start our class finals. Usually something that could make or break our grades. As teachers prepare their students for their tests, the students study up for something they have been preparing for. The schedule Wednesdy,...

Non Cliche Things to do This Summer

Non Cliche Things to do This Summer

Jamie Stout, Staff Writer

June 12, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

Summer is right around the corner, for all but seniors, we have about three weeks left… what? And as summer speeds up, that means more and more #hiking #pnw #mountains posts will pop up on your Insta feed. Not to mention the pics on the beach, antique shops, reading in the grass, bonfires, bikini shots,...

Crash Into Glacier Peak

Crash Into Glacier Peak

Sam Ketchem, Wed Editor

June 10, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

This morning, a Snohomish School District student crashed into the front doors of the school and went into the courtyard. The driver was taken to the hospital for evaluation. The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office say that significant damage has been done to the structure. Repair teams are already on...

Seniors Feelings About Graduation

Seniors Feelings About Graduation

Harpa Olafsdottir, Staff Writer

June 10, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

The class of 2018 graduates on June 12. After four long years, their high school career is over and the students face real life; college or careers. More than half of the senior class is planning on going to either a 2-year or a 4-year school after high school. Graduation can be exciting but there...

The Fight for the Web is Not Over

The Fight for the Web is Not Over

Aidan Simpson, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Late last year Ajit Pai, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) chairman reappointed during the Trump administration, began work trying to repeal a set of ISP (Internet Service Provider) regulations called Net Neutrality which states that all information on the internet is considered equal, making...

4 Things Teen TV Shows Get Wrong About High School

4 Things Teen TV Shows Get Wrong About High School

Alexandra Kube, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

I hate to break it to you, but you've been Pretty Little Lied to. Real life high school is drastically different from the facade presented in teen TV. According to shows such as Riverdale and Gossip Girl, the average teenager sashays through their high school hallways to the beat of H&M backgroun...

Places to Go in the Summer if you’re Broke

Places to Go in the Summer if you’re Broke

Maleika Fleming, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


Filed under Top Stories

These are a few places to go if you're short on cash and want to get out of the house this summer. 1. Goldmyer Hot Springs If you're up to a little bit of a drive, visiting the Hot Springs in North Bend is a great trip. While you have to make reservations in advance it is a great activity that...