The Seattle Prep Panther

Faculty Advice and Reflection For Seniors

Caroline Casey, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

As the 2020 school year comes to an end, our seniors are off to a new and exciting chapter in their lives! Their hard work and cooperation through these wacky times will never be forgotten, and always...

Senioritis or Prep Withdrawal?: Seniors Miss Traditions but Look Forward to the Future

Piper Wood, Staff Writer May 17, 2020
“didn’t get the traditional ‘lasts’ that they expected”
Seniors Marli Bosler, Maggie Waltner and Julia Oles pose after competing
at Mock Trial Districts. The team was scheduled to participate in the State
Competition which was canceled due to coronavirus concerns.

Mock Trial Denied Shot at State Due to Coronavirus

Gael Loor, Staff Writer May 15, 2020

Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, schools across the nation have shut down and started digital learning. But what about the clubs? Seattle Prep’s mock trial club (SPMT) was heavily affected...

Roll Call: Class of 2024

Kate Ridgeway, Staff Writer May 15, 2020

The Class of 2020: A First Semester Like No Other

Natalie Nowak, Staff Writer May 10, 2020
“It was the most energy I have ever felt at a game as a player and was the most fun game to play in.” -Connor Riley

College and Coronavirus: How do we Carry On?

Lauren Day, Online Editor April 10, 2020

Coronavirus has affected almost everything about our lives: going to school, playing sports, hanging out with friends, even sleep schedules. AP and Standardized testing, too, have been affected. In fact,...

Understand, Interact, Interpret: a Teacher’s Guide to DLD Days

Gabby Stuart, Staff Writer April 6, 2020
Whether it’s yoga in your backyard or a run around the neighborhood, “get outside!” says coach Maul in the health department.
Smith Cafe Staff member Jannie Curtin prepares sandwiches for local Catholic School students.

Seattle Prep Staff Uses Resources to Provide Meals for Community

Maya Shields and Olivia Manning April 3, 2020
President Hickey shared that “on some days over 300 meals are being prepared and our fantastic kitchen staff are helping to make this happen.”
Abby Wilwerding '22 poses while working on UN notecards on a DLD.

Students Settle into COVID-19 DLDs

Kate Ridgeway, Staff Writer April 2, 2020

“I never knew I liked school this much,” said Blake Weld ‘21 as she reacted to Seattle Prep’s closure and jump into Digital Learning Days. But, love ‘em, or hate ‘em, DLDs are Prep’s new...

Isolated but Not Alone

Paige Stanley, Staff Writer April 1, 2020
Seattle Prep’s counselors and faculty are very adamant about expressing the idea that though the students, faculty, and staff may be apart physically, no one is alone.
Prep Librarian Katie Lovejoy has used the quarantine time to learn new skills, such as RipStiking.

Students Broaden Interests in Hopes to Crush Corona Boredom

Natalie Nowak, Staff Writer March 31, 2020
“It's exciting to not be good at something at all- but to see small improvements as I continue to try." -Mrs. Lovejoy

Coping with Corona

Addie Roza, Staff Writer March 29, 2020

There is no doubt that coronavirus is affecting more than just the infected. With the new policies of social distancing and “Stay at Home or Shelter in Place” policies, many people are experiencing...

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