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  • May 10May 11 -Digital Distance Learning: Green Day Schedule
  • May 8May 12 - AP Exams - Calculus AB (11:00 am/ Log on at 10:30 am), Calculus BC (11:00 p/ log on at 10:30 am)
  • May 8May 11 - AP Exams - Physics C (9:00 am/ Log on at 8:30 am), US Government (1:00 p/ log on at 12:30)
  • April 21May 12 -Digital Distance Learning: Gold Day Schedule. AP Exams - Calculus AB (11:00 am/ Log on at 10:30 am), Calculus BC (11:00 p/ log on at 10:30 am)
  • April 21May 13 -Digital Distance Learning: Green Day Schedule. AP Exams - English Literature and Composition (11:00 am / log on at 10:30 am)
  • April 21May 14 -Digital Distance Learning: Gold Day Schedule. AP Exams - Chemistry (11:00 am / log on at 10:30 am), Physics 1 (1:00 pm/ log on at 12:30 pm)

Living In New York During Corona

Rhys de Greef, Reporter

June 9, 2020

Corona has taken the entire world by storm in the past few months, but one of the places hit the hardest has been New York City. It has the highest mortality rates in the country due to the huge population and how densely compact...

Communities Coming Together During COVID19

Ava Alan, Reporter

May 6, 2020

Covid-19 has disrupted the lives of many people, especially the elderly and those with compromised immune systems and people are coming up with creative ways to deal with the new regulations on social situations.  Not eve...

Health Care Crisis Brings Life Changes

Mari Kamemoto, Natasha Kaimakis, and Bailey Wolf

May 3, 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has made a large impact on every person in the community very differently. Health care and medical care have been hugely impacted in many ways. The overflowing amount of patients that have been infected...

Are standardized all that?

Maya Quinanola, Reporter

January 13, 2020

Standardized tests are considered a major part of the college application process because many colleges require either an ACT or SAT score sent. The ACT considers four test subject areas: English, math, reading and science, plus...

Brave opinions on Seattle City Council

Nick Fowler, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Seven out of nine Seattle city council seats were up for grabs this past election, and with only 3 incumbents running, there were many changes to city council’s make up.  In District 1, Lisa Herbold (incumbent) one with 56% against Phi...

Staying real and staying woke: three new nonfiction books for students

Alex Levy

May 20, 2019

Shout out to “Shout” “Shout: a poetry memoir” by Laurie Halse Anderson is an autobiographical book of prose covering the traumatic events of Anderson’s teenage years and the emotional, social, and mental impacts of ...

ADHD – Something to Know About

Samantha Zink, Reporter

April 19, 2018

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, a common neurobehavioral disorder/condition, affecting 11% of children in the US and 5% of adults, inhibits the child or adult from control over their executive functioning ski...

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