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Upgrades over summer give new life to student computers

Over the summer, Blended Learning Technologist Anthony McLaughlin and his corps of teachers assistants (TAs) were busy upgrading the RAHS student laptops. “The primary issue was replacing the old mechanical hard drives, which were going on [...]

Students search for science and technology

As the first two months of school are wrapping up, students are becoming immersed in their science and technology related elective classes. Although there is a wide variety of classes to choose from, some students are struggling to find the [...]

New CAD teacher brings new format to class

The Engineering Design II class, with a focus on computer-aided design (CAD) and manufacturing, is taught by Michael Gudor and allows returning students to choose projects that interest them. These projects range from 3D printing fidget spinners [...]

Wind Team explores renewable energy

The RAHS Wind Team has spent the past year building a turbine and as a culmination of their progress, went to Denver for the 2017 Collegiate Wind Competition to show the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) what they’ve been working on to [...]

Tech TA’s

Tech TA’s are very hard working students from different grades trying their best to pursue their education and help Tech Director Anthony McLaughlin aid the students around the school with their technical problems.   Becoming a Tech [...]

District and RAHS consider new options for tech

Donated by Dr. James Raisbeck in 2013 for all RAHS students, the set of school laptops have unfortunately begin to run their end. As administration, the district, and private donors start looking for options for the next few years regarding [...]

RAHS struggles to trust Samsung again

Though the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Note 7 were hailed as some of the best handsets on the market last year, issues with incendiary batteries led to their complete recall.   RAHS junior C.J. Crowder has been an avid supporter of Android and [...]

ASP awards free college credits

In the summer of 2016, Puget Sound Skills Center (PSSC), Green River Community College, and the Museum of Flight collaborated to launch a 2-year long drone program called the Aeronautical Science Pathway (ASP) for students interested in those [...]

Nintendo empties the pockets of RAHS students

Last year, gaming giant Nintendo made news with some of their new releases, such as their new game Pokémon: Sun and Moon and the new Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Classic Edition console that paid homage to the original NES console that [...]

What a Bummer

Pop culture is very prominent in making predictions about technology in the ways of books, movies, TV, etc. the turn of the millennium made predictions about the future that has now come and gone. Some could be dead wrong while others can be [...]

Battle of the 7’s

    With the Apple iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 and Note 7 now official, choosing a new smartphone could be tougher than ever before. As usual, each device comes with its own new features, as well as new problems.   Jesse Walling, [...]
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