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Gabby Stuart, Staff Writer

Whether it’s yoga in your backyard or a run around the neighborhood, “get outside!” says coach Maul in the health department.

April 6, 2020 0 comments

Practicing Social Distancing Key to Stopping COVID-19 Spread

Gael Loor, Staff Writer

“the time off is important and although social distancing is hard, it’s effective.”

April 4, 2020 0 comments

Seattle Prep Staff Uses Resources to Provide Meals for Community

April 3, 2020

Students Settle into COVID-19 DLDs

April 2, 2020

Isolated but Not Alone

April 1, 2020

Seattle Prep Staff Uses Resources to Provide Meals for Community
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Maddie Deasy, Editor-in-Cheif
March 25, 2020

On March 7, 2020 the Washington State legislature passed Senate Bill 5395. This bill would require comprehensive sex education in Washington’s public schools. One of the big goals of the bill and for comprehensive sex education as a whole is to help students detect and be able to react to sexual violence. It also emphasizes the idea of consent, healthy relationships and sexually transmitted infections and diseases. The bill still allows for parents to opt out their children from sex ed class. If...

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Sophie Jurion, Editor-in-Chief
March 21, 2020

Three times a year, Seattle Prep hosts a blood drive where nearly 40 students donate blood for a great cause. Giving blood is an important service that Prep students, faculty, and staff have participated in for the past 6 years. However, due to the COVID-19 outbreak and Seattle Prep’s closure March 13th to April 24th, 2020, the third blood drive of the year is canceled. But now more than ever, there is a critical need for blood donations. The nation is facing a shortage of supplies ranging from...

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Lauren Day, Online Editor
October 15, 2019

In the exciting, dramatic, fast-paced existence that we call life, people have made it a habit to argue. Debate. Have charged conversations. We listen to respond, make sure to say “I hear you,” then continue on to contradict their opinion, or give them a piece of our minds. Rarely do we make an effort to place ourselves in another’s shoes, sympathize with them, empathize with them. No. It seems most important, now more than ever, for us to thrust their opinions in the spotlight, ensuring they...

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Sophie Jurion

Editor in Chief

Sophie Jurion is a senior and Co Editor-in-Chief of the Seattle Prep Panther. She is excited to be back for her third and final year! The Jurion family includes her mom, dad, younger brother, and older sister, Mimi, who is a Panther staff alumna. If she is not sleeping late on the weekends, she is busy...

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