Author Archives: Claire Markley

Winter Freezes Spring Tryouts

The 2013-2014 “Snowpocalypse” has taken its toll on this year’s spring sports’ tryouts. Even though second trimester finals were delayed a week, most tryouts were still held the week of March 10. However, not all of the teams were able to hold typical tryouts. Since the track is covered in snow, the track team had to practice on the roads,

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Capture This New Club

Junior Allison Hyman has recently founded the Photography Club. This is a club for students interested in taking pictures. “We will go different places to take pictures,” Hyman said. “Then we’ll get back together to show each other our pictures and talk about them.” Hyman has been really excited to start this club. Anyone who likes photography can come and

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Waiting to Drive

Sweet Sixteen means getting your driver’s license, right? The moment you finally hold your very own license is much anticipated. However, not all teens immediately get their driver’s licenses when then they turn sixteen. If you don’t get your license right after you turn 16, you aren’t alone. In a Highlander survey of 35 students, 43 percent of students with

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Nummer’s Memorable Trip

Early September, Seaholm junior Abby Nummer traveled to Uganda. This was her church’s annual medical mission trip. While there, Nummer worked to provide medical assisstence to Ugandan children.    “Uganda was a place I wanted to go for a really long time, and it was well known throughout my church community,” said Nummer. “So when the medical team was faced

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New Year, New Rules

   On Wednesday, September 4, there were class assemblies for each grade. Seaholm Principal Dee Barash and Assistant Principals Deb Boyer and Ali Hamka reminded students of existing rules and informed them of some changes for the 2013-14 school year.    For upperclassmen, security guards will be checking ID’s at the doors during lunch to verify grade level. They will

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