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Weather balloon project takes off

  On Memorial Day weekend in 2017, RAHS Satellite Club plans to launch a weather balloon in Ritzville, Washington to test their software for future use.   A special sub team was created to design and launch the weather balloon, comprised [...]

Satterlee incites mockumentary mayhem

Ambitious actor and RAHS sophomore Samuel Satterlee has been working on a film mostly involving students in the school. He has been collaborating with other students to find what comedy fits him and his future videos.   “I’ve always [...]

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 [...]

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly for Boeing

In the past month, Boeing had its ups and downs economically. The company is looking forward to some new orders from prospective business partners, and have also dealt with situations involving backlash from the President concerning Air Force [...]

RAHS Homework Club benefits all

New to RAHS as of this year, Homework Club at lunch is getting students better connected, better GPAs, and even more community service hours.   Creator of Homework Club Debi Tranholt is excited about how the first semester of the club [...]

Black History Month at RAHS celebrated

  The Highline School District encourages high schools around the district to celebrate, commemorate, and work Black History Month (BHM) into their curriculum for the month of February. Every year, RAHS puts on an assembly to encourage [...]

How teachers assemble a curriculum

The processes of a curriculum being made and redone can be a challenging and very tiresome one. Behind the scenes, teachers engage in a lengthy process to best suit their curricula to students taking their courses.   Some teachers, such [...]

Students create living history at the Museum of Flight

On 2 Feb. 2017, juniors taking Marice Wombold’s United States History class will be hosting an event at the Museum of Flight during its first open house night of the year.   The objective is to turn the long history of aviation in the [...]

Combined-level classes create ambivalent opinions

Students in art and Japanese class share a period with students of higher and lower levels of learning, and students say while having more or less experienced classmates can present unique opportunities for furthering learning, the format can [...]

Flu epidemic worst in years

Flu season is a dreaded time every year around the winter holidays, and it has come on particularly strong this year. Specifically, this season the flu has peaked earlier and led to far more deaths than normal, a result of the H1N1 Swine Flu [...]

2017 Auction Preparations Underway

Following the success of the 2016 auction, the 2017 RAHS auction team is currently garnering support for introductory meetings. These meetings started on 19 Jan., when the 2017 Auction Logo was revealed, and will continue until this year’s [...]