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January 14, 2019

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Girls volleyball sets up for future of success

Stephanie Dossett, Reporter

November 25, 2018

While the all-new coaching staff couldn’t break the girls’ volleyball team’s two-year run of unsuccessful seasons, they brought the players other victories. The team has worked hard this season on an aspect of volleyball commonly overlooked: the in-game mentality. “That’s kind of ou...

Crew rounds up fall season with a win

Margaret He, Reporter

November 25, 2018

Crew finished their second fall season strong, with all teams successfully finishing in the top three, at their first and only regatta in Greenlake on Nov. 3. On the men's side, the four boat crew placed first and the eight boat crew placed second. On the women’s side, the eight boat crew placed ...

Cheerleaders get loud and proud

Emmy Goetze, Reporter

November 25, 2018

As students look out from the stands, a cheer breaks out from the girls up front. “Hey you! You know the story! Tell the whole wide world this is Viking territory!” The girls facing the crowd are all a part of the cheer team who cheer on and encourage many sports teams throughout the year. Behi...

Football makes first playoffs since 2011

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

November 25, 2018

When the 2017 season was all said and done, the Inglemoor football team found themselves finishing with a combined record of 3 wins and 28 losses since 2014. Headed into this new season, expectations league wide were low for the Vikings, but instead the program surged to a 5-1 start, and secured a s...

Face in the Crowd: Zoe Schenk and Elan Bustillos

Evelyn Yang and Madeline Nguyen

November 25, 2018

Senior holds the gavel at PACMUN conference by Evelyn Yang, opinion editor The Pacific Model United Nations (PACMUN) conference will take place from Nov. 10 to Nov. 11 with an expected 800 delegates, and senior Zoe Schenk is in charge of it all. Schenk is this year’s Secretary General of PACMUN,...

New concert hall coming soon

Minita Layal, Reporter

November 25, 2018

Northshore’s Capital Projects Bond passed on the February 2018 ballot and, as a result, a new concert hall on campus will open in fall of 2021 for current freshmen to enjoy as seniors. According to School Board Director Sandy Hayes, construction of the new building will start in the spring of 202...

News Briefs: November 2018

Jonah Austin and Miles Gelatt

November 25, 2018

Local By Jonah Austin Schrier wins House seat over Rossi in District 8 midterm elections The result of the midterm elections places Kim Schrier (D) as the new representative for District 8 with 6.36 percent of the votes over Dino Rossi (R). Shrier had previously acquired 18.7 percent of ...

Schedule changes to two lunches on Tuesday

Aditi Jain, Feature Editor

November 25, 2018

After debating three-lunch and two-lunch schedules, administration will be transitioning to a two-lunch schedule on Nov. 13. In order to make a final decision, there was a 93 percent vote on Oct. 15 in favor of switching to two lunches among teachers and other staff. Principal Adam Desautels said ...

Point/Counterpoint: Unweighted vs. Weighted GPA

Point/Counterpoint: Unweighted vs. Weighted GPA

Nicole Turtle and Evelyn Yang

September 27, 2018

A grade point average (GPA) summarizes a student’s academic performance by assigning each class grade to a numerical value (A = 4.0, B = 3.0, etc.) and taking the average of the point total. Some schools, including Inglemoor, use an unweighted grading scale, meaning that the points for a specific gra...

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