Freshmen Adjust to Power Hour Schedule

Ashlyn Booth

November 4, 2019

New school, new schedule. Like every other year, the freshman class has had to adjust to the Power Hour schedule at Sedro-Woolley High School. Power Hour was introduced three years ago and is the hour, including lunch, when...

A Look at Native American Identity Within the School System

Madisun Tobisch, Chief

November 4, 2019

With more states across the US coming around to the idea of celebrating Indigenous People’s Day rather than Columbus Day on October 14, and Thanksgiving looming just around the corner, a national conversation about the importance...

State’s failure to fund education takes its toll on local schools

Natalie Lahr

November 4, 2019

Budget cuts this year at Sedro-Woolley High School are expected to influence everything from laminate to colored paper, but the real effects might have an even deeper impact. Over the past months, state funding provided to...

Healthy Approach to Tackling SWHS’ Drug Problems Throuh new Funds

Madisun Tobisch, Chief

October 7, 2019

With a nationwide wave of substance abuse concerns, specifically vaping, crashing in as the new school year begins, Sedro-Woolley School District is making use of two recent grants to target the issue through resources and support. The...

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