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Seniors commended for their achievements

Seniors commended for their achievements

Rahima Baluch, Web Editor

June 21, 2019


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  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


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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


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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


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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


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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...

The Washington T21 Bill taking effect

The Washington T21 Bill taking effect

Kaitlin Angeles, Reporter

April 5, 2019


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As of March 27, the Washington State Senate had a vote of 33-12 in support of House Bill 1074, also known as the Tobacco 21 or T21. On April 1, the bill was delivered to Gov. Jay Inslee, and the official signing occurred on April 5. T21 calls for a raise in age from 18 to 21 in order to legally purch...

News Briefs: April 2019

News Briefs: April 2019

Kayla Kapralova, Reporter

April 1, 2019


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Local Attempted kidnapping in Kenmore Kenmore police are on high alert after a twelve-year-old girl reported that a man attempted to kidnap her on March 21. Sgt. Ryan Abbott, spokesperson for the Kenmore Police Department reported that the victim was walking toward her bus stop that morning when s...

2019-2020 school schedule changes to seven periods

2019-2020 school schedule changes to seven periods

Aditi Jain, Feature Editor

March 22, 2019


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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...

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