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  • Congratulations to “Murder on the Nile” for ranking first place in every category in the Seattle Repertory Theatre’s adjudication program!
  • Congratulations to 2019 Inglemoor graduate Nathan Loutsis for being elected to the Kenmore City Council!
  • Support the Red Cross blood drive in the gym on Dec. 1!
  • Support the food drive Nov. 20 through Dec. 1! Drop off items in the ASB room.
  • Congratulations to all our National Merit semi-finalists!
The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News


Teens struggles with body image

Teens’ struggles with body image

For many students, their relationship with their body image is constantly at the forefront of their minds. In a poll of 115 students, 81% reported that they feel insecure about their bodies, and about...

22% of eligible residents in King County voted in the November 2023 general elections.

Youth voting turnouts remain low in recent elections

During the 2022 congressional midterm elections — which happen every two years and are held within a presidential term — the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement estimates...

At Tl’awh-ah-dees Park in Kenmore, visitors see Salmon Scarcity, by Ty Juvinel. It is a Coast Salish design depicting fishermen, seals and salmon.

Paddle past ignorance: acknowledging stolen land

Land Acknowledgements The first people of the Salish Sea have lived along the lakes, rivers and saltwater for more than 10,000 years. Before pioneers arrived, the Coast Salish people lived in winter...

Students skip out on core experiences

Students skip out on core experiences

From doctors appointments to sickness, there are many reasons a student may be absent or tardy. In some cases, students skip a class to take a break and hangout with friends. Junior Keithan Spelhaug (he/him)...

Student Narrative: Anna Oleynikova

Student Narrative: Anna Oleynikova

Anna Oleynikova (she/her), Reporter Nov 20, 2023

It all started on 2022, Feb. 24. I woke up to strong explosions at 5 a.m. when Russian troops invaded Ukraine. My family was afraid of the incessant “hails,” which is a multiple-launch rocket system...

Washington stands outside of Sherwood forest.

Staff begin new voyages at Inglemoor

Ebonisha Washington After working in the Seattle School District as a primary school teacher for 15 years, Assistant Principal Ebonisha Washington (she/her) decided she needed a new challenge: working...

Senior Macie Looney scoops ice cream while working her closing shift at the Sirena Gelato in Kirkland.

The benefits and challenges of a working student

Nearly 30% of high school students in the U.S. work during the school year, according to Walden University. In Washington state, the minimum age to work is 14 years old. Students are most commonly employed...

 A cart that holds the IB Biology 12’s Internal Assessment projects.

How district budget cuts are affecting teachers

Due to a $21 million shortfall, the NSD budget has been cut by 5%, according to the district website. Despite NSD’s efforts to keep budget constraints away from the classroom, teachers are becoming more...

The State of Teens Reproductive Health

The State of Teens’ Reproductive Health

Birth Control and Pregnancy Many sexually active teens use birth control to prevent pregnancy. Junior Eva Cohen* (she/her) uses a NuvaRing, a small flexible ring that’s placed inside the vagina and...

[left to right] Web Editor-in-Chief Hope Rasa and Co Editors-in-Chief Jackie Su and Arushi Sharma outside the library on June 5.

Editor goodbyes

Hope Rasa When I joined Nordic during remote learning, it was boring and difficult. The whole point of online school is not doing any real work, and Nordic got in the way of that. I almost quit; but I’m...

Sailing into summer: student and teacher summer plans

Sailing into summer: student and teacher summer plans

Caitlyn Richter (she/her), senior Q: What are your summer plans?  A: I’m going to go to Europe with my dad, aunt and brother. We’re going to go to England, France, Germany and Italy. It’s about...

Burrus teaches a lesson about author Jorge Luis Borges to his seventh period class on May 25

Bon Voyage!: Burrus, Boulac and Locke set sail

Sean Burrus Since he started teaching here 42 years ago, English teacher Sean Burrus (he/him) said he’s been an “Inglemoor guy.” “It’s the greatest school in the world. I love Inglemoor....

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