A new math teaching position has been filled by Edward Tompson for the 2018-19 school year. He will be taking over both Algebra I and II classes. Tompson currently works at Highline High School. Being a proud part of the Highline School District for many years, he is excited to start working at RAHS come this fall. “I am currently teaching geometry at Highline High School,” said Tompson. “I am a product of the Highline School District, being a member of the Highline Community for 20 years.” He is currently scheduled to teach five periods in the RAHS math department after hearing about the opportunity. “I heard about RAHS from my supervisor from Seattle University during student teaching. What interests[…]

The annual Environmental Challenge Project (ECP) kicked off 17 April. However, this year’s timeline is different as there is one less week for students to prepare before presenting to the Port of Seattle airport director and their committee. Sophomore Nick Ankuta feels that having more time to complete the project would have been helpful. “[The timeline] didn’t affect us much the first week. We didn’t completely know what we were getting into,” said Ankuta. “But two weeks in, we can feel the presentation approaching and we’re both rushed and stressed.” Groups have had to cope with not having access to the information they need in order to get started on their projects. “It’s been difficult getting all of the information[…]

RAHS sophomores Wren Bergin and Davie Anne Ross are in the process of setting up a music lessons program at Highline High School. The two offer instrument lessons ranging from novice to advanced in expertise based on the student’s instrument of choice. Anyone with a passion for learning or improving their skills with an instrument of choice is encouraged to participate. Bergin and Ross pride themselves on their approach to teaching styles geared towards the individual and their unique pricing structure, separating them from other music lesson rates in the area. “Davie Anne and I are offering $15 or less per lesson which is more accessible to all families. said Bergin. Another difference is that Davie and I are 10th[…]