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Students demand change at March For Our Lives

Students demand change at March For Our Lives

Surya Hendry, Co Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2018


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On March 24, thousands of Seattleites took to the streets in the March for Our Lives, demanding stricter gun laws. Among the marchers were several Inglemoor students, including juniors Anisha Chowdry and Jocelyn Ayenew and seniors Bailey Johnston and Jed Go. “It was kind of, almost, a nece...

Principal finalists speak at community forum

Principal finalists speak at community forum

Cami Brix

March 23, 2018


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[Update 3/26/18: Adam Desautels was selected as the new principal of Inglemoor. He introduced himself to the student body over the intercom on the morning of March 26.] After months of searching and deliberation, the Northshore School District presented three principal candidates in front of the Ing...

ASB elections taking place today

ASB elections taking place today

Aditi Jain, Reporter

March 20, 2018


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[Update: voting is now closed] It's election day! To vote in the ASB election click here. (Note: to vote you must be a student at Inglemoor who is logged into a school email account. You may not be a senior. Voting must be completed by the end of sixth period on Tuesday March 20) It’s a busy...

News Briefs: March 2018

News Briefs: March 2018

Olivia Sasson and Ben Dossett

March 18, 2018


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Local By Olivia Sasson Seattle students sue for climate change reform On Feb.16, 13 students from the Seattle School District, were represented by Our Children’s Trust, a nonprofit legal organization are suing Washington State and Gov. Jay Inslee in King County Superior Court over climate change in...

Choir students perform original music

Choir students perform original music

Audri Saulters, Reporter

March 18, 2018


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After nearly three and half months of writing followed by a performance at Diva Espresso, choir students have been spending the week of March 12 recording original music at the Bear Creek Studio in Woodinville. First-year choir teacher Ailisa Newhall said this was the first project this year for c...

Students participate in national school walkout

Students participate in national school walkout

Cami Brix

March 16, 2018


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On March 14 at 10 a.m., hundreds of students stepped out of their third period class and joined the #ENOUGH national school walkout. For 17 minutes, students gathered in the courtyard to show their solidarity with the survivors and 17 victims of the Florida school shooting. The goal of this protest was to send a message ...

Interim Principal reboards the Viking ship

Interim Principal reboards the Viking ship

Cami Brix, News Editor

February 9, 2018


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From Mar. 9 to the end of the 2017-18 school year, former assistant principal John Loy will serve as interim principal. Loy will be stepping into the shoes of principal Vicki  Sherwood, who is retiring after 35 years. To make a smooth transition, Loy will be working alongside Sherwood and the admi...

New bill could give college credit for IB

New bill could give college credit for IB

Shannon Hong, Reporter

February 8, 2018


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On Jan. 8, bill 2252 was referred to the Committee of Higher Education, which would require all public universities in Washington state to award credit to students for International Baccalaureate (IB) examination scores of 4 or more in both standard level (SL) and higher level (HL) courses. "We wan...

News Briefs: January 2018

News Briefs: January 2018

Aditi Jain, Reporter

January 25, 2018


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Local By Aditi Jain Seattle Women’s march 2.0 rallies for equality Marking the first year of President Donald Trump’s term, thousands of people gathered together to march  for women’s rights, racial equality, LGBT rights and basic human rights at the “Seattle Women’s March 2.0” on...

DECA claims 98 trophies at area competition

DECA claims 98 trophies at area competition

Surya Hendry, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2018


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On Jan. 5, Inglemoor DECA was a strong competitor at the area competition, with 98 of the 161 competitors advancing to the state level. This was despite the 2017-18 school year being a year of extreme change for the chapter. For the first time, freshmen were in the DECA program, and a new adviser, ...

School grapples with traffic

School grapples with traffic

Cami Brix, News Editor

December 16, 2017


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As a result of district changes this year, school traffic is worse than in years past, traffic and parking supervisor Ric Calhoun said. The addition of the freshman class, many of whom are being driven by their parents, and the 25-minute push back to the school’s start time during commute hour both...

SMI performs at local Christmas event

SMI performs at local Christmas event

Nicole Turtle, Reporter

December 8, 2017


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On Sunday Dec. 2, the Student Music Initiatives (SMI) performed at Kenmore's annual Christmas Tree Lighting, playing a collection of holiday jazz music including "Frosty the Snowman," "Deck the Halls," and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." "It was a lot of fun," SMI treasurer Ewan Brown, a senior, said. ...

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