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Meet the newest addition to our librarian staff: Megan Dobson

Meet the newest addition to our librarian staff: Megan Dobson

Paige Rodriguez, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

When tubing with her daughter for the first time, Megan Dobson ran to the front of the boat to answer the call asking her to accept the position of teacher-librarian. “I said, ‘This is hilarious,’” Dobson recalled. “I’m in the middle of a lake on a boat and my daughter’s on an innertube....

Then and now: high school sports

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018

With the arrival of school, comes the return of fall sports: soccer, football, volleyball. These sports are open to all the students who want to play; but of course, there is a price. Lately, high schools in Oregon and elsewhere in the United States have been charging a higher and higher fee from p...

CTE programs benefit from unexpected grant

CTE programs benefit from unexpected grant

Kaleigh Henderson, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2018

Editor’s note: Glenn Krake is the adviser to the Amplifier/WLHSnow.com It sounds like something out of a bad dream. Your classmates have been working on an essay for a statewide essay contest for the entire year, and you only find out one month before the deadline. You race to put it together, c...

Music Prodigy

Music Prodigy

Andrea Secchi, Photo Editor

September 27, 2018

Student Profile  An aspiring music prodigy, junior Rhys Phillips, shares how he started playing the piano when he was young, and how that lead to him picking up other instruments. He shares what he is doing now to help him pursue his dreams and shares his plans for after high school.

Bringing publicity to English Language Development

Bringing publicity to English Language Development

Skylar Moore, Current Events Editor

September 19, 2018

The word “English” fits for both of Alex Close’s job titles. Whether it’s teaching English as a subject, or the position of the English Language Development (ELD) coordinator, it’s safe to say that Close is heavily involved with language and the study of it. Close is going on his third...

After high school

After high school

Andrea Secchi, Photo Editor

September 17, 2018

Student staff profile interview. Broadcast journalism class staff member, sophomore Ryan Snyder, talks about his hopes for after high school. Ryan joined broadcast journalism class to learn how to make film. Here he shares how he discovered what he wanted to pursue.

Finals are here

Finals are here

Kellen Flynn, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2018

Graduation requirements add pressure for taking electives

Graduation requirements add pressure for taking electives

Skylar Moore, Staff Reporter

June 6, 2018

With the end of the school year quickly approaching, students are left thinking about their next year in terms of the classes they want to take, and how they want their schedule to look, although for some students, graduation requirements and course opportunities don’t line up. The forecasting lis...

Saving the Bees

Saving the Bees

Emily Martin, Green & Gold Yearbook Editor in Chief

April 25, 2018

Lifting the roof off of the hive, the Crest Beekeeping class lets the bees calm down before pulling out one of the sleeves to find the Queen. In search for the Queen bee, Swensen holds the hive cap as teacher Geoff Bingham and a Crest instructor inform the class on what the function of the Q...

Relaxing your mind

Relaxing your mind

Andrea Secchi, Editor

January 17, 2018

Preparing oneself for finals week isn't only limited to studying. These students chose to get ready for finals by relaxing their mind. "Yoga can be really relaxing, it helps me rid my stress for finals," Hailey Bravo said. What better way to prepare your mind than yoga? Yoga classes were held either...

Just duet

Just duet

Andrea Secchi, Editor

January 12, 2018

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