The Seattle Prep Panther

Weekly COVID Updates- What’s Going on in Our World

Alison Choi, Staff Writer January 29, 2021

The Covid-19 vaccine is officially out, being used in the U.S. The first vaccine was given to a nurse on January 11th, 2021, and given out nationwide to doctors and nurses later on that Monday. Each...

Stressed Over Online School? Mr. Johnston Offers Advice

Clara Malone, Visuals Editor December 15, 2020

Under the new guidelines set in place by the CDC and Governor Inslee, it is very important to stay safe and healthy in quarantine. However, as the pressure of school adds up, and social distancing can...

Isabel Jackman '22, Grace Tawatao '21, Courtney Stockwell '24, and Hanna Roth '23

PULSE takes the stage: This time, at home.

Emi Nakata, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

The Seattle Prep PULSE Dance Team is well-known for its entertaining and high-energy performances at school assemblies, sporting events, showcases in the greater Seattle area, and even Tacoma Dome half-times....

Ian Elsbree 21' desk setup

Students Share Remote Learning Set-ups

Caroline Casey, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

Sometimes, personal room and school setups at home for online learning can get pretty boring. Sitting at the same desk, same room, not moving around to classes; how are students possibly supposed to spice...

Finals Week Moved to December 15th to 18th

Gabby Stuart, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

It’s beginning to look a lot like Finals Week! As December rolls around, there is so much to look forward to. The vibrant Holidays, a brand-new year, and this year… Finals Week came early. Instead...

Meet a Freshman: Megan Moffitt

Abby Allen, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

The Moffitt family is no stranger to Seattle Prep. For years, Jack Moffitt and Molly Moffitt cracked jokes in the hallways and dominated sporting events. Now, however, there is a new Moffitt roaming through...

A Covid-19 Christmas Assembly

Gael Loor, Staff Writer December 14, 2020

With three weeks left before Christmas Break, students are preparing for finals and getting ready for the long-anticipated break from online learning. Digital learning is new to many people and can seem...

How are the New Lockdown Restrictions Impacting Sports and Co-Curriculars?

Olivia Manning, Staff Writer December 14, 2020
“I kind of knew that my on-stage acting career at Prep was probably over.”

‘Tis the Season for Prep’s Giving Tree

Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor December 11, 2020

    Normally around this time of the year, students and faculty would walk onto campus and see Prep’s annual Giving Tree right inside AMH’s doors, adorned with lights and tags detailing...

Seattle Prep students Ranting and Raving about Breakout Rooms.

Seattle Prep students Ranting and Raving about Breakout Rooms.

Beni Jurion, Managing Editor December 11, 2020

Everyday hundreds of students at Seattle Prep join breakout rooms during their classes. In most classes, these breakout rooms have become an integral part of how online schooling works. Whether the student...

Coach Emil Anka and Assistant Coach Kyle Haining, Circa 2012. Coach Haining is a former student of Coach Anka.

New Coaches to Lead Chess Club

Jeffrey Go and Jane Hurley December 10, 2020

The Winter season is almost here, and with that comes the holidays and sports many look forward to every year. With chess shooting up in popularity due to Netflix’s "The Queen's Gambit", a new show about...

You’ll be Sorry if You’re Tardy

You’ll be Sorry if You’re Tardy

Paige Stanley, Editor-in-Chief December 9, 2020

Tardy to class? Racking up those absences? Using “glitch” as an excuse one too many times? These acts could lead to an invitation to the new online friendly version of JUG (deriving from the Latin...

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