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The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News


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Kath Shelden, Copy Editor July 1, 2022

High school doesn’t teach students the material that is needed to survive after graduation. As soon as a student turns eighteen-years-old and graduates from high school, they are — more likely than...

Michael Tolley was recently appointed as interim superintendent for the 2022-2023 school year. His contract will begin July 1.

Exclusive Q&A: new interim superintendent Michael Tolley

Kellen Hoard, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 13, 2022

On May 27, Northshore School District announced that Michael Tolley had been chosen as interim superintendent for the 2022-2023 school year.  He was chosen by the school board after current superintendent...

Students hold pride flags as they share about queer issues during the walkout organized by the Gay Straight Alliance on April 1.

Say Gay, Say Trans, Save Lives

Cate Bouvet, Reporter May 4, 2022

On March 28, Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida signed House Bill 1557, commonly referred to as the ‘Don’t Say Gay Bill.’ The law gives parents the power to sue school districts for discussing gender and...

Freshman JayJay Maclean poses to throw a javelin at a practice on April 4.

Sticks & frisbees: Viking track and field athletes

Siqi Li and Natalie Dion May 1, 2022

Track and field has been a highly successful sport at Inglemoor since the school was built in 1965. And it remains so, despite two years of canceled meets due to COVID-19. The large team meets every weekday...

Guitar club members in room 703 during their meeting every Tuesday.

A spotlight on the guitar club

Claire Meng, Reporter January 10, 2022

The guitar club is a casual space to share original songs, chord progressions, or anything guitar related.   Before this year, the guitar club was under the leadership of Johnathan Tom, a friend of...

Northshore School District Director of Safety and Security Henry Simon and an officer of the Kenmore Police Department outside of Inglemoor High School on the morning of Dec. 2.

Threats to Bothell and Inglemoor High School prompt Bothell closure and Inglemoor partial lockdown

Kellen Hoard, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2021

On Thursday, Dec. 2, Bothell High School was closed following threats from an individual whose identity remains unknown to investigators.   Graffiti was discovered Tuesday, Nov. 30 on a bathroom stall...

Cheeky: Escape the Parking Lot!

Mya Vo and Alissa Lau November 24, 2021

Escape the Student Parking Lot!  See how long it takes to exit the school parking lot at 3:15 p.m. With the recent changes to the student parking lot, Cheeky wishes you luck in navigating your escape...

After years of teaching, Inglemoor staff shares their favorite memories and words of wisdom.

Teacher feature

Tammi Tran and Hope Rasa June 16, 2021

Stratton: After a 29-year-long career teaching English and history, Barbara Stratton is retiring. She is looking forward to the free time she’ll have once she leaves. “I’m looking forward...

 View down on the Tolt Pipeline Trail. Photo by Hope Rasa.

June Photo Diary

Hope Rasa June 15, 2021

After an eventful couple of years on Nordic, seniors Margaret He, Rory Knettles and Minita Layal say their final goodbyes. 

Editor goodbyes

Margaret He, Rory Knettles, and Minita Layal June 12, 2021

Margaret He:  Room 122 is a special place. It’s where I learned how to interview and how to write a feature. It’s the room where I learned the wonders of InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator, the...

Nordic Popcast Episode 2

Nordic Popcast Episode 2

Jackie Su, Jana Dimikj, and Tyler Vuu April 15, 2021

In this episode, the hosts review Oscar-nominated film, the Trial of the Chicago 7. Tune in to hear if it's worth the award, and if it's worth your watch.  

The school district hopes that school sports can restart for the winter season, if covid cases drop. Photo by Nathan Guest

Update on Sports: What to expect and how students are preparing

Nathan Guest, Sports Editor October 9, 2020

As students are starting to get comfortable with doing school virtually, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to make all decisions up in the air. With the hope that the cases will continue to drop, the school...

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