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  • Cheer tryout interest meeting on March 11

  • Midwinter orchestra concert at Bastyr on March 12

  • Middle school parent night on March 14 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

  • ASB elections on March 19

  • TSA state competition from March 28 to 30

2019-2020 school schedule changes to seven periods

2019-2020 school schedule changes to seven periods

Aditi Jain, Feature Editor

March 7, 2019


Filed under News, Print Stories

Throughout the past year, members of Northshore school district appointed committee has been looking for better ways to support students in meeting the new Core 24 credits graduation requirement: a state-based framework to increase rigor in schools. After many discussions, the final decision is a seven-pe...

All bathrooms receive vape sensors

All bathrooms receive vape sensors

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

March 7, 2019


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Three vapor sensors that can detect vape clouds, cigarette smoke, marijuana smoke and noise escalation were installed on March 4 in various bathrooms around the school. Inglemoor is the first school within the district to employ this technology, and the school Technology Department expect them to become...

News Briefs: March 2019

News Briefs: March 2019

Janick Gold, Reporter

March 7, 2019


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Local Volunteers jump to the aid of stranded Northshore families After a record-breaking snowstorm stranded many low-income Northshore families in their own homes, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid and a group of volunteers took matters into their own hands. In the early hours of Feb. 11, Northsh...

Junior joins the Kenmore Planning Commission

Junior joins the Kenmore Planning Commission

Monserrat Villaseñor, Reporter

March 4, 2019


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Founded in 1998, Kenmore has been a city in the state of Washington for 21 years. For the first time in its history, a high school student joined the City Council as a part of the Planning Commission. Junior Nathan Loutsis joined and attended his first meeting in January. The age of the other me...

New schedule impacts club culture

New schedule impacts club culture

Kaitlin Angeles, Reporter

December 23, 2018


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At the start of this school year, administration and ASB implemented three club-related policies, one of which was switching to a Black and Gold club schedule (all policies are explained in the article, “Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies”). This schedule allows clubs to only meet on Mondays every other week...

FBLA dissolves for the 2018-2019 school year

FBLA dissolves for the 2018-2019 school year

Kaitlin Angeles, Reporter

November 30, 2018


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Despite the officer team’s months-long search for a new adviser, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), one of the largest clubs at Inglemoor, was unable to obtain an adviser and will no longer compete or meet as a club for the remainder of this school year. “We knew that it would be a challenge to [...

Vaping epidemic: The rise of the Juul

Vaping epidemic: The rise of the Juul

Shannon Hong and Evelynn Li

November 15, 2018


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The 2017 Monitoring the Future survey was conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan and collected data from 43,703 students at 360 public and private high schools across the nation, reporting that one in 10 students vape nicotine. Over the last decade, the popularity of this activity amo...

Administration questions “Take Off Your Pants” cheer

Administration questions “Take Off Your Pants” cheer

Shannon Hong and Olivia Sasson

November 1, 2018


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Over the years, drumline and cheerleaders have excited the crowd at sporting and school events by performing cheers. Some of them have become emblematic of the Viking spirit such as the cheer “Take Off Your Pants.” However, during this year’s football season, the administration has questioned i...

Student hit by car in early morning

Student hit by car in early morning

Cami Brix and Rachel Lawson

October 18, 2018


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Junior Nathan Loutsis was hit by a car this morning at around 6:30 a.m. when he attempted to cross at the southeast crosswalk on the corner of NE 157th St and Simonds Way. Loutsis reported that he suffered minor injuries, and he expects to return to school tomorrow. According to a Facebook post by the ...

Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies

Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

September 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This year, administration and ASB are implementing multiple new club-related policies. The three changes include: the “Black and Gold” club schedule, the procedure of obtaining club passes and the requirement for all posters to be approved by ASB coordinator Elizabeth Kowalski. “Black and Gold” club sche...

New parking policy comes to Inglemoor

New parking policy comes to Inglemoor

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

August 19, 2018


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Contrary to last year’s parking policy of 'first come first serve', this upcoming school year will mark the beginning of a new parking system. Developed under campus supervisor Ric Calhoun, this new system will enable students to select personal parking spaces to use throughout the year. Senior park...

Euro Challenge competes in NYC

Euro Challenge competes in NYC

Cami Brix, News Editor

June 8, 2018


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At the Federal Reserve Building of New York, freshmen Ishika Kaushik, Andhisty Mahmud, Priya Hendry, Sophia McDaniel and sophomore Ally Ellett competed in the semi-final round of the annual Euro Challenge on April 26. These students were one of  25 teams from across the country that won their region...

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