High School Sports Start the New Year

January 13, 2015

Teen group Dream Catchers volunteer at Angela House

January 6, 2015

So you are a teenager and have free time on the weekend; what do you do with the time? Watch sports? Go to the movies? Play video games?

Contributed Members of the Dream Catchers sit down to play a game of Monopoly with residents of Life Enrichment Options’ Angela House, which is home to residents with disabilities.

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Members of the Dream Catchers sit down to play a game of Monopoly with residents of Life Enrichment Options’ Angela House, which is home to residents with disabilities.

How about volunteering to interact with young adults with disabilities or do household chores for senior citizens? That’s what a group of Issaquah High School seniors called Dream Catchers does with its time.

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Join Issaquah High School Students for Cycle the Wave Club

December 23, 2014

Gathering in the Issaquah High School ceramics room after school each Thursday, a club of six students and adviser Karin Walen discuss how to educate people about and raise awareness of the issue of domestic violence.

Jaimie Waltz Issaquah High School

Jaimie Waltz
Issaquah High School

The Fight the Fear event Nov. 17, sparked new interest in Students for Cycle the Wave.

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Photo of the Month

December 23, 2014

By Pratik Vaidya Issaquah High School decks the halls with some Starbucks-themed spirit.

By Pratik Vaidya
Issaquah High School decks the halls with some Starbucks-themed spirit.

The Issaquah Press Around the World

December 23, 2014

Contributed Issaquah High School seniors Andy Co (left) and best friend J.B. Cohen took their favorite newspaper, The Issaquah Press, to the Army-Navy game in Baltimore, Maryland. Even the Academy mascots were excited about the Issaquah Press! Where have you taken your paper? Email your photo and info to editor@isspress.com.

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Issaquah High School seniors Andy Co (left) and best friend J.B. Cohen took their favorite newspaper, The Issaquah Press, to the Army-Navy game in Baltimore, Maryland. Even the Academy mascots were excited about the Issaquah Press! Where have you taken your paper? Email your photo and info to editor@isspress.com.

Four Issaquah schools closed due to power outage

December 12, 2014

UPDATED — 8:07 a.m. Dec. 12, 2014

Issaquah High School, Issaquah Middle School, Clark Elementary School and Tiger Mountain Community High School are closed Friday, Dec. 12 due to a power outage.

Initially, Issaquah High and Issaquah Middle were slated for a two-hour delay, but the district announced just after 8 a.m. that the schools will now be closed the entire day.

A powerful windstorm rolled through the Puget Sound region last night, knocking out power across Western Washington.

Computer hoax halts activities at Issaquah High School, school will be in session Monday

November 29, 2014

NEW — 6 :11 p.m. Nov. 29, 2014

The Federal Bureau of Investigation contacted Issaquah police early Nov. 28 to tell officers an Issaquah High School student planned to bring weapons to school and kill people.

Police notified Issaquah High School security personnel and administrators, according to an email sent to parents Nov. 29.

A posting on a hacker’s website site said an explosive device had been planted at the school. The posting was brought to the attention of the FBI. No threats were made to specific people.

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Area athletes chosen as all-conference picks

November 26, 2014

KingCo Conference coaches recently announced their all-conference selections for all sports during the 2014 fall season. Listed below are the selections from Issaquah, Skyline and Liberty high schools.

KINGCO 4A

FOOTBALL

Defensive MVP: Cameron Saffle, Skyline

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Let’s Talk About It — What causes school shootings?

November 26, 2014

For decades, school shootings have plagued our country.

Zoe Buchli Beat reporter

Zoe Buchli
Issaquah High Schoo

In fact, since 1980, there have been more than 100 college and high school shootings recorded in the United States. There are a plethora of theories as to why they occur so frequently, but is there a single, definitive reason for these shootings or do they result from a complex combination of things?

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New emergency policy aims to help protect students

November 26, 2014

Students and staff of the Issaquah School District have a new way to react to emergency situations.

Mathew Duff Issaquah High School

Mathew Duff
Issaquah High School

Based on its relationship with local law enforcement (like the school resource officers), district officials have implemented a more fluid procedure, called “Run-Hide-Fight” to deal with on-campus threats as effectively as possible.

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