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Quick and easy lunch ideas will fill your belly and fuel your brain

Quick and easy lunch ideas will fill your belly and fuel your brain

Lindsey Flanagan, Editor December 2, 2020

Lunch is something that many students both equally hate and love regarding online school. It’s so easy to grab a granola bar or maybe a banana from the kitchen before a class but it’s also not as fun...

Five apps to try during the breaks between Zoom classes

Five apps to try during the breaks between Zoom classes

Delanie Wilson, Staff Reporter November 30, 2020

Stand up! work break timer—Stand up! is a timer that you can set to fit your work schedule to help remind you to sand up and stretch, even if it is only for a couple of minutes. And it also allows you...

Planners are key to keeping organized

Planners are key to keeping organized

Jillian Cook and Samuel Chen November 30, 2020

Due to our new online world, many students are stressed and struggling to keep up with all of their work. Time management is extremely difficult, especially when a student is juggling a job in addition...

Jerry Zhu

People of Mount Si–Jerry Zhu

Keara Ryan, Staff Reporter January 17, 2019

Grade: Junior   What are you most afraid of? "I am most afraid of finals right now. I need to get my grades up in some classes and finals dont help. I have an Asian family so that creates...

S'mores cookies will chase the winter blues away

S’mores cookies will chase the winter blues away

Kenzie Saunders, Staff Reporter January 11, 2019

In the theme of Rest and Relax Week here at Mount Si, let’s do some nice, thoughtful meditation on the perfect summer’s eve. Yes, I know it’s cold and rainy out but you just have to trust me. Just...

Amy Graham

New staff member–Amy Graham

Bella Ortiz, Staff Reporter January 3, 2019

Official job title: “I am Mount Si’s Agricultural education teacher.” Education: “I graduated from Tahoma High School in Maple Valley. I went to Washington State University. My original major...

Chloe Traynor

New staff member–Chloe Traynor

Grace Stetson, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

Job Title: “I teach 9th and 10th grade language arts, but mostly 9th grade, I only have one class of 10th graders.” Education: “I got both my Bachelors and Masters degree at Seattle University....

New staff member–Christian Rider

Caroline Myers, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

Official Job Title/ Subjects: Special education, enrichment, social health and career readiness. Education: Graduated at Kennedy High School, and then graduated at Gonzaga with a bachelor's degree...

New staff member–Sara Dunlap-Bogan

Juliana Estrada, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

What is your official job title and what subject is it for? "I am the Drama Club Director/Adviser." Where did you go to school? What degree(s) do you have? "I have a bachelor’s degree in performance...

Gracie Thompson

New staff member–Gracie Thompson

Noah Young, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

What is your official Job Title? " I teach FACSE courses, also known as Family and Consumer Science Education. At SVSD I teach CTE Health and CTE Creative Cooking." Where did you go to college? " I...

Dennis Crane

New staff member–Dennis Crane

Allyson Tarantino, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

Official Job Title? “Teacher for Photo and Digital Media” Education? “I got my degree from WSU and I taught at Western” Work Experience? “Taught in Honduras which is in Central America...

Tony Schlotfeldt

New staff member–Tony Schlotfeldt

Toby Hatch, Staff Reporter January 2, 2019

Job Title: Physical Education teacher--0 period weight training, Fit for Life Education: Central Washington University--Bachelor of Science in Physical Education; City University--Masters in Education Experience:...

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