By Sam Schwartz
Words should mean things. Let me explain.
Take mission statements, those corporate-slime covered, oh-so-saccharine sentences that find their way onto business cards and the weird brochures that companies have to advertise themselves. While there are a few mission statements that have managed to evade this coating of syrupy hogwash, most are nothing more than…
By Roni Flynn
Our next teacher is Ms. Bryson! She teaches Spanish 1, 2, and 3 here at Edmonds Woodway.
Roni: What is the funniest thing a student has said to you?
Ms. Bryson: It changes on a daily basis. I’ve had students ask things like “How do you say taco in spanish?” or “Is Mexico part of the United States?”
By Maddy Wicks
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Three Edmonds Woodway students are a part of the Olympic Ballet School’s performance of The Nutcracker.
By Kristen Santarin
We live in a world that is made up of various characters, each person with a background and identity unique to them alone. No two people on the planet are the same. We each carry differences that shape us into who we are as individuals. Unfortunately, we also live in a world where these differences are often viewed in an unbalanced favor: some traits are viewed as pleasant, some are ignored, and some are…
By Taiyo Hayes
On Friday, December 8th, the Warriors basketball teams took on their inter-district rival Meadowdale Mavericks in the annual Rubber Chicken match.
Edmonds-Woodway girls varsity got off to a hot start in the first game of the varsity double-header, and never relinquished their lead. The Warrior girls improved to 3-1 on the season, as they demolished the Mavs 58-25. Both the boys and girls squads came up victorious, as the boys won in a ….
By Kaiona Apio
Holidays are around the corner and Edmonds Woodway is getting in the spirit. On December 2nd, the high school held our annual Craft Fair. Vendors were stationed from the F100 Flex to the Great Hall, and stocked up with possible gifts and concessions