Monthly Archives: February 2018

Wellness and Movement helps Summit Tahoma stay healthy

By Will Butler Staff Writer Now, more than ever, students of all ages are eating unhealthy diets, and that has caused an obesity epidemic in America.  A new course at Summit Tahoma, which was introduced during the second round of Expeditions, is Wellness and Movement, taught by Danielle Redlin. The course is focused on teaching good eating habits, learning about certain

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Davis speaks on the community

By Alejandra Gomez and Jasmeet Kaur  Staff Writers The definition of community runs far deeper than simply a group of people who live in the same place. Community is a feeling that gives the members a sense of belonging, united through a particular interest and having greater strength together than as an individual. These are all aspects of a strong

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Psychology class is a quality new addition to the Tahoma community

By Troy Pansoy and Trevor Wilson Staff Writers In January 2018, during the second session of Expeditions, Summit Public School: Tahoma offered a new psychology option for students who were willing to change their focus mid-year. We went to the new psychology class to learn more about what was being taught and why students were willing to switch to the

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Expeditions classes work together to make a community

By Gabriel Benyamin, Noel Cintron and Vaibhav Gopal  Staff Writers  Video Production is an Expeditions class that works on filming and acting. Vince Nelson teaches the students how to use cameras, how to work the lights and how to act. Students also learn how to record on camera. Video Production class involves directors to run the skit, filmmakers to film

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