Cleveland Journal

SMOOTH TALKER

Mauricio Vasquez, Staff reporter

January 10, 2020

His voice is undeniable. “Goooood morning, Cleveland Eagles. These are your weekly announcement.” Javari Bogan’s sing-song introduction has become a staple of Tuesday mornings as he gives the rundown of the upcoming events. B...

Rideshare service gets students where they need to be

Son Dang, Staff reporter

January 10, 2020

If there was a free-and-reduced version of Uber, Via would be it. The rideshare car service was introduced to South Seattle about nine months ago, but the majority of Seattle still use the bus and light-rail as their main source o...

ASB in turmoil as leadership team tries to work out differences

From staff reports, From staff reports

January 10, 2020

When activities coordinator Bryan Gordon announced he was leaving on the last day of the 2018-19 school year, it left his newly-elected student government group in chaos. Kasey Campbell was hired in August, just weeks before t...

Seattle schools, teachers’ union avoid strike

From staff reports

December 6, 2019

Seattle students were able to return to school as scheduled this year after Seattle Public Schools, the state’s largest school district, reached a contract deal in early September with its teachers’ union. SPS and the Seattle Ed...

RED ALL OVER

Taylor Moe, Staff reporter

December 3, 2019

School spirit is on the rise as more students participate in Red Friday, a day where all students are encouraged to wear red in support of the Eagles. The vision for Red Friday came from Cleveland’s director of student me...

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FULL HOUSE

November 26, 2019

5 make-up days added to school year

From staff reports

October 10, 2019

It’s not July, but it’s pretty close. Seattle Public Schools has extended the last day of school to June 27 to make up for the five days missed for inclement weather. This year’s school calendar already included two make-up da...

Alternative practice to discipline sees slight decline

Mauricio Vasquez, staff reporter

October 10, 2019

Restorative circles are an alternative to immediate discipline. They provide students with options to consult with the teacher or the student they have a quarrel with, but in recent months, the number of requests for circles has...

Holiday attack highlights need to stay alert

Brandon Trujillo, staff reporter

October 10, 2019

The holidays are supposed to be filled with joy and laughter, but for one Cleveland student that was not the case. With crime rates rising during the past five years, some communities are growing more and more unsafe. Proof of...

Scholarship removes barriers to higher education

Katrina Nguyen, staff reporter

October 10, 2019

When people think of college, they think it’s difficult and it’s expensive. But students in the Seattle Public Schools district can stress a little less about financing their education because the city is planning to make...

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