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  • ASB Election packets will be available in the ASB office Feb. 3
  • First ASB Student Senate meeting on Jan. 24. 
  • Valhalla Players present The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon on Jan. 24
  • ASB Elections are March 25
  • Sign up for ASB Senate with your fourth period teacher

Haley van Meurs makes All-State as a freshman

Haley van Meurs makes All-State as a freshman

Sonya Sheptunov, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

  When freshman Haley van Meurs went to an orchestra concert for the first time at the age of five, she fell in love with the violin and begged her mom to let her learn to play.  “I just loved the sound and the person that was playing it. They were so passionate, and they looked like th...

Gabriela Mootz finds a family in choir

Gabriela Mootz finds a family in choir

Rory Knettles, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Music has been a part of junior Gabriela Mootz’s life. Since she was young, her grandmother would take her to church  to sing in their choir. Throughout elementary and middle school though, she wasn’t in choir—she was in band. Mootz said she loved it, but she realized that she would rather purs...

Jason Murphy learns about life through ice hockey

Jason Murphy learns about life through ice hockey

Tam Tran, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Before winter sports season begin, sophomore captain Jason Murphy learns to balance a hectic school schedule with preparation for a competitive season while playing for the Seattle Junior Hockey Association. Murphy said he struggles to balance his life on the ice, his social life and his academic li...

Places to show your support

Places to show your support

Ishika Kaushik and Cathy Zhao

December 20, 2019

United Way  United Way of King Country aims “to bring caring people together to give, volunteer and take action to help people in need and solve our community’s toughest challenges,” according to their website. They have a variety of programs targeted at  solving racial equity, helping stu...

Corner Store offers opportunities for real world experience

Corner Store offers opportunities for real world experience

Aditi Jain, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

  The Corner Store has recently reopened for the school year. According to FSA teacher Denise Holsapple, the goal of the store is to expose the special education students to real-world communication skills.    “I personally think it is fun to watch the kids come in here and interact with our stude...

End of a decade

End of a decade

Aditi Jain and Gloria Shen

December 20, 2019

Students Aditi Jain The end of the decade has signaled the end of many students’ childhoods, including memories of growing up and important milestones. Teenage years are filled with trying to fit in and developing as a person, and this decade has done just that, according to sophomore Neeka Ghaz...

Scandia provides collaborative community for growing student journalists

Scandia provides collaborative community for growing student journalists

Divya Akkiraju, Co-Business Manager

December 20, 2019

Scandia’s staff strives to create a lasting impact on Inglemoor culture while providing the environment and tools necessary to foster the growth of student journalists. This year, the team was credited with publishing one of the four best yearbooks in Washington for their 2018-2019 book, Nothing P...

ASB fights for representation

ASB fights for representation

Sonya Sheptunov, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

According to ASB Vice President and senior Owain Waszak, Inglemoor was the only high school in the Northshore School District that didn’t have a Student Senate. Out of a desire to increase communication, the ASB Executive Board is working to implement one, with Waszak taking the lead. “A Stude...

Giving back during the holidays

Giving back during the holidays

Rahima Baluch and Cathy Zhao

December 20, 2019

Sidney Serna Rahima Baluch Giving back through volunteering and donating are an integral part of many clubs at Inglemoor. Many students strive to give time in their communities to fulfill hour requirements for clubs, but for some students volunteering means something more. As the holiday season ro...

Teen Link: anonymous peer line

Teen Link: anonymous peer line

Sofia Leotta, Reporter

November 22, 2019

Despite the significance of mental health for teenagers, many youth are unaware of how they can actively seek support from local services. According to Mental Health in America, 59.1 percent of Washington youth suffering from at least one major depressive episode do not receive treatment. However, y...

Youth Eastside Services: in-person support

Youth Eastside Services: in-person support

Sofia Leotta, Reporter

November 22, 2019

King County strives to remove the financial barriers that prevent youth from receiving long-term mental health care. According to Mental Health in America, 94.8 percent of Washington youth with private insurance have coverage for mental health, ranking Washington 8th in terms of youth coverage across the nation. Youth Easts...

Artists at Inglemoor: Lily van Veen

Artists at Inglemoor: Lily van Veen

Rahima Baluch, Web-Editor-in-Chief

November 22, 2019

Although she juggles a busy schedule, including being a full-IB student, participating in theatre and being co-captain of the improv team, junior Lily van Veen always makes time for art. Van Veen said she has been creating art for as long as she can remember. Though van Veen said she participated...

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