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Kirsten Vesely stands outisde of Sherwood’s Forest at Inglemoor before a track banquet on
the evening of June 2.

Vesley returns to Inglemoor

Mireya Avalos, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2022

Kirsten Vesely, who has served as the Effective Practice and Induction Coach for Northshore School District since 2018, will return to Inglemoor next year as a teacher of Pre-IB English 9 and English 11....

Former graduates to graduates to be

Former graduates to graduates to be

Arushi Sharma and Miriam Miller-Friday August 26, 2022

To the class of 2022 While growing up, Dr. Tom Carter, an Inglemoor alumnus from the Class of 1967, was upset with the prevalence of bigotry and the ignorance of people regarding history. He used this...

A map of the US (and Wales) indicating where different members of the class of 2023 are attending college

Royal au revoirs: senior college map

Mya Vo, Miriam Miller-Friday, and Jana Dimikj August 14, 2022

Arizona Arizona State University Quitin Ballweber Olivia Levy Grand Canyon University Jessica Lundberg Kirsten Mackey Jason Murphey Sofia Pequignot Brandon Sheneman University of Arizona Julia...

Senior Connor Foley, sitting on the beach looking up at senior Jacob Sims.

Remembering our friend, Connor Foley

Mireya Avalos, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 13, 2022

On April 28, senior Connor Foley passed away in his sleep. His loss has affected the community greatly, and his impact on the school will not go unnoticed. Some members of the senior class offered memories...

Decorative graphic of a book wearing a graduation cap rested on a table

Seniors save with stupendous scholarships

Preethika Makineni, Reporter August 12, 2022

This year, the Class of 2022 received well over $1.2 million in scholarships and merit aid to cut down the cost of their college education. Some received merit aid that will cover the full cost of attendance,...

What the Vikings wore to prom!

What the Vikings wore to prom!

Alissa Lau and Nat Dion August 12, 2022

From goth gowns to sharp suits, this year’s prom was a fresh look at fashion and formal wear. The Museum of Pop Culture was filled with music mixed by DJ Steve Rivera, dancing, colorful lights, and attendees’...

Community members gathered at Kenmore City Hall on June 5 for a Rally to end gun violence,

Kenmore rallies against gun violence

Kellen Hoard, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 28, 2022

Dozens of elected officials, gun control advocates, Inglemoor students and citizens of Kenmore filled the city council chamber of Kenmore City Hall on June 5 for a “Rally to End Gun Violence,” organized...

Seniors Mireya Avalos, Kellen Hoard, and Tammi Tran say their goodbyes.

Editor goodbyes

Mireya Avalos, Kellen Hoard, and Tammi Tran June 27, 2022

Mireya Avalos: At the beginning of my freshman year, I had a strong opinion against extracurricular activities. As the pessimist that I was, I couldn’t conceptualize being attached to something that...

Michael Tolley was recently appointed as interim superintendent for the 2022-2023 school year. His contract will begin July 1.

Exclusive Q&A: new interim superintendent Michael Tolley

Kellen Hoard, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 13, 2022

On May 27, Northshore School District announced that Michael Tolley had been chosen as interim superintendent for the 2022-2023 school year.  He was chosen by the school board after current superintendent...

(From left to right) Nicole Chambliss, Bella Iwen, Pinyu Liao, Beamlak Tesfaye and Mikayla Thurman stand in front of the entrance to the school on April 26.

New captains steer the Viking ship

Mireya Avalos, Siqi Li, and William Wang May 9, 2022

The current ASB Executive team held elections on Mar. 31 for rising juniors and seniors to take their positions in the fall. The ASB executive team meets once a week to approve fundraisers and clubs, plan...

Many students repeatedly expressed that they feel those who come from privileged backgrounds but aren’t mindful about how they talk about their wealth are often “tone deaf and inconsiderate” at our school.

Disparities and divisions: the impacts of wealth inequality

Cars, Clothes & Community "Everyone at our school is broke. They all wear the same freaking outfit. I literally saw this dude with two holes in his shirt, and it made me so upset,” said sophomore...

The repeated removal of one of IB Spanish teacher Rebecca Lewis’ “Black Lives Matter” sign has sparked conversation about campus security.

Suspicion rises after repeated disappearance of BLM sign

Hope Rasa, Sports Editor May 4, 2022

At the beginning of the school year, IB Spanish teacher Rebecca Lewis taped a small Black Lives Matter sign to the inside of her classroom door window. A few days after the sign was initially put up, it...

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