Monthly Archives: May 2018

Internet filtering at Summit Tahoma: change it

By Lilith Flowers, Kaitlyn Kelley and Sophia Nguyen Staff Writers The excessive internet filtering policies at Summit Public Schools: Tahoma are detrimental to a productive learning environment. Both teachers and students have voiced their concerns. Students will not be prepared for the distractions of an unfiltered internet, which is a problem that has grown as technology develops. According to the National

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An Advanced Drama student shares her experience in the class

By Kaitlyn Kelley  Staff Writer  “One thing I really like is there is no censorship in that class. He lets us talk about anything in that class that would be uncomfortable in regular school,” Tahoma junior Kaitlyn Tran said about the Advanced Drama Expeditions.   Tran has been in the Advanced Drama class since freshman year, and she was interested in

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