University of Washington Admissions Advisor Visits Crescent High School Students
By Alyssa Hutto
October 20th, Rachel Meares from the University of Washington Bothell Campus Office of Admissions came to speak with 30 high school students who were interested in hearing about the UW Bothell campus. Ms. Meares started the Road Map to Success session with an activity designed to get the students thinking about what success means to them. Groups of students made poster lists describing what success means to them. Once completed, they made lists for barriers to success and lists describing how they would navigate around those barriers. While Ms. Meares did not have a whole lot of time to speak about UW Bothell, she did mention that it was a small campus versus the main UW campus. She graduated from there and highly recommended the environment because it was a lot like Crescent. She really enjoyed the activity and believed that the kids really engaged with the material and presented some great ideas about overcoming the stresses life beyond college brings. This was a great opportunity for Crescent students and they are looking forward to the next three visits from other colleges this Fall.
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2014 Cold & Flu Season Survival Guide
By Neil Peppard
It’s everyone's favorite time of the year, cold & flu season! There are many strains of flu virus, but this year’s flu virus is Enterovirus D-68 and it is can be very dangerous for young children and older people. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the mild symptoms include fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, and body and muscle aches. Many of these are a lot like the common cold. The CDC also lists severe symptoms, which may include wheezing and difficulty breathing and they recommend that anyone who has difficulty breathing they should contact their doctor, especially if their symptoms are getting worse. I know everyone hears this dozens of times every year but there are simple ways to prevent you from getting and spreading a cold or flu. The CDC says the best ways to avoid getting a cold or flu include:
School Board Meeting October 23rd
at 7:00 pm in Crescent Library.
Special Study Session at 5:45 pm.
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OPHC (Olympic Peninsula HomeConnections)
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Picture of the Week BY JADE BLAZEK
We still have copies of the 2013-2014 yearbooks for sale FOR $20.00. If you would like to purchase last year's book, please see the office staff.
JV Lady Loggers vs. Neah Bay
BY Hannah Mitts
On Thursday, October 16th, the JV Lady Loggers volleyball team went out on to the court feeling strong and they played very hard against Neah Bay, winning the first two games 25-11 and 25-16. Unfortunately, the JV Lady Loggers lost some of their intensity and lost the last game 23-25. Even though they lost the last game, by winning the first two games the JV Lady Loggers won the match!
Students Experience Life at PLU Campus
By Neil Peppard & Cari Belford
On Friday, October 10th, a group of Crescent students traveled to PLU with the Academic Counselor, Jamie Briggs. The trip was a great experience for the students for they don't get to spend much time on college campuses. PLU was putting on Lute Life Days this included a campus tour, dorm tour, visit to a college class, and a free lunch. The day was described by students as a fun day that gave us a good idea of what college is like. Jamie deserves a huge thank you for everything she has made possible for Crescent students. We are so privileged to have her as a member of our staff. Thank you Jamie!