Cleveland Journal

Love it or hate it, silent reading is here to stay

Amy Ly and Hewan Mengistu

November 10, 2015

Despite the many changes this year, it’s the new advisory schedule that has the whole school talking. The new schedule is formatted to give students a more structured advisory. On A days, students are expected to be in advisor...

2015-16 school calendar announced

June 6, 2015

From District news reports The good news is students will have a lot more time for that break in February. The bad news is the last day of school is June 23. The Seattle School Board is giving a week-long mid-winter break for the 2015...

Spanish closes the year with another sub

Ramsey Castillo, Kamry Adams, and Jamilette Ruiz

May 16, 2015

For the past three years, Cleveland’s Spanish department has been in constant transition. After the departure of Katie Wallace, students were left with numerous substitute teachers until the arrival of Jim Grunewald. But students ...

Making the grade

Making the grade

May 16, 2015

March Madness

March Madness

March 12, 2015

Complications delay Junior Job Shadow experience

By Aileen Isla and Elana Willett-Caoagdan

March 12, 2015

Job opportunities are becoming more competitive every day. In many situations, simply being qualified for a job isn’t good enough. Employers are looking beyond the resume and focusing more on people who have exceptional email...

Robotics aiming higher after disappointing season opener

Jack Dahlstrom, Staff reporter

March 12, 2015

By Jack Dahlstrom Staff reporter Building and programming a robot isn’t exactly an easy task, especially when you’ve only got a short period of time to do it. That’s exactly what happened to the Robotics team. With on...

Junior Patrick Lam, left, senior Kiet Sam and junior Hilton Vo placed third in a programming contest at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma on Saturday, Feb. 6.

Programmers earn high marks

February 12, 2015

You’d better move fast with the FAFSA

Alana Gwilym Tso, Staff reporter

February 12, 2015

This time of year, seniors are stressing over college applications and acceptance letters but in the backs of their mind is the looming price tag tied to getting a college education. With the growing cost of tuition, it’s much h...

Say ‘wasSUP’ to a different day of learning

Kenisha Rullan, Staff reporter

December 19, 2014

Imagine this: A pep rally before the end of the day for the basketball team, seniors having the time and resources to fill out their FAFSA application, or students simply having a longer amount of time to study for finals and...

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