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Seniors participate in mock elections

Seniors participate in mock elections

Naomi Nam, Reporter

November 9, 2019

Election season has come to Washington state and for high schools, the mock elections allowed students to participate and educate themselves in the political climate on Nov. 5, 2019. As a way to help them understand their community further through the voting process, students were given a ballot to fill out...

Earth Corps Introduces Metal Utensils

Earth Corps Introduces Metal Utensils

Ishika Kaushik, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Earth Corps implemented reusable metal utensils this fall in response to the 62,000 plastic utensils wasted in the 2018-2019 school year. Earth Corps advisor Suzanne Black said discussions about switching utensils started last year. Initially, the club considered compostable silverware for the cafeteria....

Kenmore city council agrees to fund affordable housing projects

Kenmore city council agrees to fund affordable housing projects

Aditi Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2019

On Sept. 16, the Kenmore City Council voted to participate to be eligible for state funds to invest locally in housing projects for those below 60 percent of median income, in accordance with House Bill 1406.  The goal of this bill is to increase access to affordable housing, to aid efficient tra...

Cyberattack

Cyberattack

Margaret He, Opinion Editor

October 25, 2019

On September 20th, Northshore School District servers were compromised by a cyber attack that left many online systems non-operational. The district then shut down all remaining systems in order to prevent the breach from accessing any further facilities. “There is no evidence at this time that an...

Statewide executive order bans flavored vaping products

Statewide executive order bans flavored vaping products

Aditi Jain, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2019

In response to seven reported lung illnesses due to vaping, Gov. Jay Inslee issued an executive order for a statewide ban on all flavored vaping products on Friday, Sept. 27. Because of the targeted appeal of these vaping products for young adults, the executive order requires companies that sell no...

Youth demand political action for climate crisis

Youth demand political action for climate crisis

Ishika Kaushik, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Held worldwide on Sept. 20, the world’s largest youth-led activist movement occurred three days before the climate summit at the United Nations. The movement sparked from 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg who walked out of class every Friday for government action on climate change last year. &n...

Vikings adjust to seven periods

Rory Knettles, Reporter

October 25, 2019

As the novelty of the new school year comes to a close, students comment on the adjusted schedule. “[The schedule is implemented to] give students more opportunities within the school day to take classes outside of core academic classes in which students may have interest, but may not have had ti...

Senior breakfast awards

Senior breakfast awards

Rahima Baluch, Web Editor

September 5, 2019

  Most likely to take the AUX: Brenden Whiteley, Veronica Shin   Worst Driver: Hayley Quist, Jeffrey Hayes   Most Gullible: Giselle Charpentier, Alex Rutter   Always shows up late to school: Lucy Moore, Gloria Shi   Cutest Couple: Jack Nussbaum, Leah Johnson &nb...

Climate Board looks to involve students in on-campus equity

Climate Board looks to involve students in on-campus equity

Janick Gold, Reporter

May 6, 2019

A student-led Climate Board, introduced for the upcoming academic year, aims to put forward a more diverse range of student advisors to administration and ASB. The board is expected to include 20 students from differing academic and social backgrounds: students of color, athletes, special education and...

Students see change in security

Students see change in security

Jocelyn Ayenew, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Making Inglemoor a safe learning environment is the school’s first priority, with a long list of people who work both on campus and elsewhere in the district to ensure this happens. Every school carries out its security measures a little differently. Our school has people working in and with admini...

News Briefs: May 2019

News Briefs: May 2019

Cami Brix and Miles Gelatt

April 30, 2019

Local Kenmore Air joins efforts in disaster preparation Kenmore Air joined relief efforts in April 2019 with the Washington Seaplane Pilots Association and the Washington Pilots Association to help prepare for the anticipated and deadly Pacific Northwest earthquake known as “The Big One....

Inglemoor ensembles strike gold in San Francisco

Inglemoor ensembles strike gold in San Francisco

Janick Gold, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Nearly 100 band and orchestra students traveled to San Francisco for the April 8 Festival of Gold, where the nation’s most-accomplished ensembles performed in the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. Three Inglemoor ensembles took part across two instrumental categories. Conductor Charles Fix led the C...

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