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The end-of-semester blues

Studies and statistics show that students’ stress during the finals week increases drastically, and students in a desperate time will look for any and every solution to keep them awake and alert.   “Nearly half (49%) of all students [...]

AIAA club reaching new heights

Many exciting things are firing up in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics club at RAHS. A new challenge will have students design, build, and fly a rocket carrying two raw eggs to an altitude of 850 feet and then land the [...]

Cookin’ up a new class

  Along with many other changes, this new school year has brought many new classes. Recently, Mary Ciccone-Cook, an English teacher at RAHS, infamously discontinued her teaching of the freshmen English class. This was not the only shift [...]

RAHS remembers No-Shave November cause

  Movember, or No-shave November, is that time of year that’s known for its lack of kisses. Goatees, mustaches, and logger beards are brandished by men all over the country. Now Movember is over, and students at RAHS who participated [...]

Boeing brings more education to the Museum of Flight

  This summer, the Boeing family and company announced a grant for the Boeing Academy of STEM Learning at the Museum of Flight. In the months following, the museum unveiled their plans to revamp the existing education programs. Reba Gilman, [...]

Career Center matches up new partners in crime

  The sophomores at RAHS have completed just over a quarter of their high school careers, and it’s time they get introduced to the mentorship program. Sophomores are currently being paired up with industry mentors to call their own. [...]

Let it Snow… Please?

  Last year’s skiing season did not go well for resorts or snow enthusiasts. There was hardly any snow and people couldn’t go skiing or snowboarding. Some resorts in the state are giving back to last years season pass owners by giving [...]

STEM educators prepare next innovators

STEM teachers are subjected to an arduous process that takes many years in order to reach a secondary school teaching position. Dr. Jessica Thompson works at the University of Washington to train STEM educators and give them the tools they [...]

New date: still no date

Originally scheduled for 17 Oct., the Aviators’ Ball has been relocated to Des Moines Beach Park Auditorium and rescheduled to 14 Nov., only a week away. Many students have been left in the dark regarding the cause of this major change. Senior [...]

The Washington Aerospace Scholars blast off again

Following the 6 Nov. 2015 application deadline, the brave juniors of RAHS are preparing for Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS), a five-month course focused on aerospace engineering. For those looking for a way to expand their horizons, Katie [...]

Youngest nursing student to graduate CNA program hails from RAHS

By Vee Glessner Phoenix Flyer Reporter The youngest student to ever graduate her Certified Nursing Assistant program, junior Sharan Kaur, recently earned her certification. Kaur knew she wanted to go into nursing, but struggled finding a program [...]
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