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  • ASB Election packets will be available in the ASB office Feb. 3
  • First ASB Student Senate meeting on Jan. 24. 
  • Valhalla Players present The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon on Jan. 24
  • ASB Elections are March 25
  • Sign up for ASB Senate with your fourth period teacher

Valhalla Players retell Grimm’s fairytales

Valhalla Players retell Grimm’s fairytales

Rory Knettles, A&E Editor

January 14, 2020

The Valhalla players are back and better than ever on January 24* when they face the challenge of combining some of the Brothers Grimm originals into one big spectacle. They will be performing this fast-paced and imaginative rendition of the Brothers Grimm's Fairy Tales in the Little Theater.  ...

Standardized testing fails to account for complete student profile

Standardized testing fails to account for complete student profile

Eli Shafer, Co-Business Manager

December 20, 2019

From the SAT to Common Core tests, standardized assessments have been used to measure student achievement for years. However, these tests measure student success in a very specific and limiting way, and they often do not provide an accurate reflection of a student’s achievements. With these tests,...

Tidbits and plaudits: December

Tidbits and plaudits: December

Sofia Leotta, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Tidbits Be a part of the Chinese Club’s Lion Dance Team by contacting @ihschineseclub on Instagram. Trainings are from 2:35-3:45 every Monday in the Great Hall. Come to Link Cookies and Cram from 1:15-2:30 p.m. on Jan. 8 to study for finals while eating cookies! Good luck to DECA at their Area C...

Corner Store offers opportunities for real world experience

Corner Store offers opportunities for real world experience

Aditi Jain, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

  The Corner Store has recently reopened for the school year. According to FSA teacher Denise Holsapple, the goal of the store is to expose the special education students to real-world communication skills.    “I personally think it is fun to watch the kids come in here and interact with our stude...

Bothell city council approves higher school impact fees

Bothell city council approves higher school impact fees

Sofia Leotta, Reporter

December 20, 2019

On Dec. 3, Bothell’s City Council voted to increase school impact fees. The price paid by housing developers for single-family homes increased from $16,038 to $20,092, and the fee paid for multifamily units increased from $1,818 to $3,540.  When housing developments are built, and the number of families ...

End of a decade

End of a decade

Aditi Jain and Gloria Shen

December 20, 2019

Students Aditi Jain The end of the decade has signaled the end of many students’ childhoods, including memories of growing up and important milestones. Teenage years are filled with trying to fit in and developing as a person, and this decade has done just that, according to sophomore Neeka Ghaz...

Scandia provides collaborative community for growing student journalists

Scandia provides collaborative community for growing student journalists

Divya Akkiraju, Co-Business Manager

December 20, 2019

Scandia’s staff strives to create a lasting impact on Inglemoor culture while providing the environment and tools necessary to foster the growth of student journalists. This year, the team was credited with publishing one of the four best yearbooks in Washington for their 2018-2019 book, Nothing P...

ASB fights for representation

ASB fights for representation

Sonya Sheptunov, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

According to ASB Vice President and senior Owain Waszak, Inglemoor was the only high school in the Northshore School District that didn’t have a Student Senate. Out of a desire to increase communication, the ASB Executive Board is working to implement one, with Waszak taking the lead. “A Stude...

Lawsuit filed over Seattle Children’s Hospital mold

Lawsuit filed over Seattle Children’s Hospital mold

Mia Tavares, Reporter

December 20, 2019

On Dec. 2, a class-action lawsuit was filed by the Stritmatter Firm in association with Layman Law Firm against Seattle Children’s Hospital regarding the Aspergillus mold contamination in the air-handling system. The lawsuit alleges that the mold has been present in Seattle Children’s Hospital s...

DIY gift guide

DIY gift guide

Selin Asan, Reporter

December 20, 2019

Tea tree With the holidays coming up, it’s important to stay warm and cozy.  One essential way to achieve the highest level of relaxation is  to sip on a warm and delightful drink.  For all our tea lovers out there, here’s a fun  DIY gift for the holidays that’ll be sure to  ...

Disney+: your plus one for the holiday season

Disney+: your plus one for the holiday season

Priya Annapureddy, Reporter

December 20, 2019

When Disney+ launched last November after months of anxious waiting, people were ecstatic. Finally, all of Disney would be on one platform. Hours and hours of animations and throwbacks and originals would be accessible for excited fingertips. Within its first day, over 10 million people signed up.  ...

Inglemoor’s girls soccer takes 4th place at state

Inglemoor’s girls soccer takes 4th place at state

Mia Tavares, Reporter

December 6, 2019

The girls soccer team secured a record-breaking 4th place finish on Saturday Nov. 23 in the Kingco 4A division. The team concluded the season with a district record of 8 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie in league games and overall 14 wins, 3 losses and 3 ties.    After defeating Union High School in the qua...

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