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    Why are culinary classes important to our personal needs?

  • Senior skip day

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    What it means to be a pilot

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    Homelessness in Kitsap County

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    The Puppy Mill Movement

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    The Girl with the Service Dog

  • The Faces Behind the Cougar Chronicle

    The Faces Behind the Cougar Chronicle

    by Carter VanVuren, Writer

    June 7, 2018

    The journalism class has been working hard this year to make a good school paper for readers in the community. As the school year comes to a close, seniors like to reflect on achievements they’ve made, and who they’ve become as people.   Trieste Cogar is an editor for the cougar chronicle. She grades ...

    The Senior Journalism Staff

    Carter VanVuren

  • Summer School

    Summer School

    by Victoria Steffee, Writer

    June 6, 2018

    As summer time approaches, most students start preparing for vacation, ready to escape the constraining halls of school. Others are getting ready to jump right back into it. Summer school is right around the corner, and it is time to decide whether to register or not. People take summer school f...

    Colorful posters line the hall, a sign of the approaching summer months

    Victoria Steffee

  • The Decline of the Kitsap Mall

    The Decline of the Kitsap Mall

    by Makayla Wilson, Reporter

    June 5, 2018

    May 29---The new generation of retail shoppers drift away from indoor shopping malls and grow toward the online shopping craze. The mall has become a dreadful wasteland of department stores and restaurants. There are about 1,100 malls in the country today, over the next several years about a quarter o...

    Outside view of the Kitsap mall.

    Taken by the Kitsap Sun

  • The Results of State Funding

    The Results of State Funding

    by Ronen Perry and Carter VanVuren

    May 29, 2018

    May 5, 2018 In January of 2012, the Washington State Supreme court ordered funding for K-12 schools by the state. This was required by Article IX of the Washington State Constitution stating that, "It is the paramount duty of the state to make ample provision for the education of all children residing...

    Washington State Capitol Building, Olympia. Home of Washington State's Government. Picture Credit: WEA

  • Memorial Day

    Memorial Day

    by Naomi Navalta, Writer

    May 23, 2018

      Memorial Day is finally close! This special day is celebrated on May 28, 2018. Some people think this is a special day because no working or going to school. But that’s not the only good thing about Memorial Day, there are other things that makes this day special. The history how this day became...

    Memorial Day banner saying thank you for the troops who serve this country!

    Naomi Navalta

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Summer School
The Decline of the Kitsap Mall
The Results of State Funding
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