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GPHSFoodReviews critiques school lunch items

GPHSFoodReviews critiques school lunch items

Elizabeth Schwartzhoff, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


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GPHSFoodReviews is an account that reviews all the food from the school cafeteria and gives a rating out of 10. They started their account on September 29 and they have gained over 750 followers; they post almost every day. The account is also completely anonymous. Not many know who they actually and...

School Is Starting Late

School Is Starting Late

Cole Eydt, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


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  Delayed start next week due to testing. Next Tuesday and Wednesday all of the students except the Juniors will have a late start. The school made sure that students knew about the change in the schedule and why the test is in the fall instead of the spring. “This summer, the State...

Locker vs. Backpacks

Locker vs. Backpacks

Raelyn Young, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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Many students here went to middle school at Valley View.  At the VVMS campus we all had individual lockers. Here, students carry backpacks and have a set of textbooks at school and at home. When the school first started planning the buildings layout they had to take in to consideration that the number...

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements

Naomi Fifita, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


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The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has raised the graduation requirements this past year to have the students meet the requirements with the universities in Washington. The class of 2021 and the future graduating classes in Washington now must complete twenty-four credits...

Swingin’ Into the PAC

Swingin’ Into the PAC

Jamie Stout, Kirsty Fleming, Staff Writers

October 31, 2017


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“Tarzan” will be the first fall musical to be performed by the Glacier Peak High School Theatre Department, for a total of four shows, November 10, 11, 17 and 18. There will also be a new director this year. Steven Ortiz owns and operates Ludus Performing Arts in Lake Stevens. “Tarzan” will...

Remember To Wash Your Hands?

Remember To Wash Your Hands?

Ciara Fortier, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


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As you walk down the hall toward the science rooms from the shop, you walk by a staff bathroom. If you haven’t noticed, there is a paper on the front of the door about germs and a small reminder to wash your hands. “I think that it’s a bit odd that the staff bathroom on the science floor is...

Is The Dress Code Dead?

Is The Dress Code Dead?

Sydney Allman, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017


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For a long time, our school had a strict dress code, sleeveless shirt straps must be three fingers wide, shorts or skirts must be finger tipped length, and bare midriffs must not show. If there was a violation of the rules students would be asked to find more suitable clothing before returning to class....

High Ticket Sales At Homecoming

High Ticket Sales At Homecoming

Cole Eydt, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017


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This homecoming, the bookkeeping office sold 1,106 tickets. The book keeping office claimed that this year’s ticket sales were definitely larger than sales last year. “Last year [we sold] about a thousand and sixty [tickets], which is strange because we have less students this year than last...

Summer Fun in the PNW

Summer Fun in the PNW

Mckenna Murphy, Staff Writer

June 23, 2017


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A  goal every summer is to make it better than the last. This is no easy feat especially if money is a limiting factor, but for those living in the PNW an inexpensive and memorable summer is easier than you think. From hiking, to walking around in the city, abandoned buildings and outdoor movies, there...

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