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Senior breakfast awards

Senior breakfast awards

Rahima Baluch, Web Editor

September 5, 2019

  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...

Holiday giving campaign benefits local families

Holiday giving campaign benefits local families

Matthew Brockway, Reporter

December 1, 2015

ASB will be facilitating a holiday giving campaign for families in need, beginning Monday, Nov. 16 and continuing until Nov. 25. Homerooms will pass around envelopes in which money, check or cash, can be deposited. “There’s usually some sort of competition between each homeroom class,” ASB president...

Amnesty club receives national recognition

[From left to right] Junior Anna Pietsch, junior Clara Hope Simpson, senior Liz Evans, senior Graeme Fraser-Koehler, senior Peyton Carroll, field organizer Sara Schmidt, senior Christopher Colella, senior Ailish Collins, senior Nathaniel Walker proudly display the Student Group of the Year award.

Natasha Van Damme, News Editor

January 29, 2015

Amnesty International, an organization dedicated to preserving human rights, presented Inglemoor’s Amnesty International club with the Student Group of the Year award at their annual western regional conference on Nov. 7. Eight students took the initiative to fly to Albuquerque, N.M. for an organization...

Library gives students access to tablets

A Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 Tablet are opened to the apps pages that contain many features. Students can use the tablets to read and use online textbooks to do homework.

Kensie Speed, Reporter

January 29, 2015

The library is now lending iPads, Kindles and Nexus 7 Tablets to students for use as e-readers. In addition to these devices, students will have access to 500 e-books on their own tablet devices. The library received an Inno Grant from the Northshore School District in June that has provided the library...

Earth Corps promotes a greener world

Of all the waste in this photo, only the popcorn and snack wrappers belong in the trash. The food and paper is compostable and the can, milk carton and sandwich box are recyclable. Earth Corps is working hard to educate students on how to sort their food.

Liora Silkes, Reporter

November 6, 2014

 To improve the school’s composting system, Earth Corps recently replaced the signs that hang above the trashcans in the lunchroom, making the information clearer and easier to read. They also stand by the receptacles at lunch and help sort food. As of last month, they have nametags to identify t...

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