Monthly Archives: February 2013

Study; Students Pump Millions Into Local Economy

Written by Kelly Martinek and Esther Seawell Over three million dollars. That’s how much Seaholm students pump into the local economy every year.  But where exactly does it come from? The Highlander conducted a survey asking Seaholm students how and where they spend their money. Using and by handing out physical copies of our questionnaire, we received over one

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Junior Pursues International Service

Passion. Leadership. Making a difference. Junior Erin Jacobs uses these words to describe her experience volunteering with children internationally. Jacobs took part in two trips last year and plans to continue these trips throughout her high school career, one in Belize and one that spans both Mexico and California. According to Jacobs, she has taken part in these trips since

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Increased Security Comes Into Effect

Increased Security measures have gone into effect at Seaholm. According to Principal Dee Lancaster, Guardian Alarm now has two unarmed security guards at the main entrance and the community service entrance. Two hall monitors and parking lot attendant Dale Downen also time monitoring the hallways. All doors, with the exception of the front door, are locked after 7:30 a.m., preventing

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Self-Defense Expert Comes to Seaholm Class

Within Seaholm’s borders, a well-built man hurls his fist at a student to teach him some self-defense moves. On Tuesday, January 29th, Personal Fitness Teacher Jeff Devantier invited Professional Self-Defense Trainer Lee Shaykhet to give the class a few tips. “I saw his brochure posted down in the alternative section of the building,” Devantier said, “and I had been looking

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