Category Archives: School

Challah for Justice

By Emelia Persell 

Edmonds Woodway student Miriam Gold has founded a new club at Edmonds Woodway called Challah for Justice. The club makes traditional Jewish bread (pronounced Hah-luh) and sells it for charity. Miriam was inspired by a Jewish youth organization, Hillel at University of Washington, a place for young Jewish people to congregate and talk about world issues. The group there also sold…

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Walkout for Columbine

By Ariana Burr
Over 200 students from Edmonds Woodway, and a group from College Place, walked out last Friday, on the 20th of April, in remembrance of the Columbine shooting which took place 19 years ago. In Columbine High School, 15 students and faculty lost their lives on April 15, 1999 due to two school shooters. This shooting shocked the nation because it was the first time a shooting this extreme had occurred. There has been an increase in school shootings as never seen by the United States before recently.

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Walkout for Parkland

By Emelia Persell 

It’s hard not to know about the recent school shootings around America. Their effects are widespread; from victims dealing with grief, to people across the country thinking, “what if that happened here?” Perhaps even more disquieting, the people who relate to the shooter, who keep the cycle of violence alive.

A group of students* from Edmonds Woodway have decided to…

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FBLA 2018

By Sydney Walsh

Edmonds-Woodway FBLA qualified for state!

What is FBLA? FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America, is a club that meets every other week to prepare for business competitions. Events can be individual, team, or chapter (the whole club). They are based on business and careers. You take objective tests and some have role play also. Competitions consist of the

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