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District officials consider varying offerings, options for area students
Directors seeking more information to shape 2015-2016 school year calendar
Time to stand up, Wolves. That’s the message hundreds of graduating seniors from Sequim High School received at their commencement ceremonies Friday night, coming from their principal, Shawn Langston, and a host of their classmates.
The backstory goes a little something like this: Al Piemme, a several-times national bicycling champion and member of several Sequim bike groups, asked his wife one night what the weather was like. She told him it was good and he said, "Good — I think I'll get my clothes on and ride up Hurricane Ridge." He died shortly thereafter.
Led by javelin champ Alex Barry, SHS boys earn best finish at state (4th); Sequim girls get pair of top-five finishes
A long, long track and field season is about to come to a close — and a number of purple and gold-clad Sequim athletes will be there to cap it off.
On a sunny Sequim day last week, five Sequim teens hugged their parents and thanked their coaches, played a ballgame and closed a chapter in their softball careers.
North Kitsap boys edge Sequim High for sub-district title
Sequim rebounds from tough loss to North Kitsap, blanks Liberty
In the end, Sequim’s next superintendent was just down the hall.
Forgive the gross use of cultural exceptionalism, but Sequim rocks. Well, our festivals do, anyway.
Behind some gutsy pitching, solid defense and timely hitting, Sequim’s Wolves knocked off White River and Sammamish in succession to earn a spot in the West Central District tournament Saturday in Kent.
Moore named Olympic League's boys 2A Coach of Year, SHS girls set 4x200 school record
Sequim opens West Central District tournament play in Kent May 9
Coach Dave Ditlefsen looked to Sequim ace Tanner Rhodefer to help end a four-game skid on last week against the Wolves’ rival.
Sequim earns 14 first-place finishes but host Vikings earn sweep
Three teams have separated themselves from the rest of the Olympic League and Sequim is once again in the lead pack.
Zavier Zarit has hopes of studying communications and video production at Western Washington University.
Enough with theory. Ian Houghton wants to put his passion for science into practice.
With less than a month before possible selection of a new superintendent, the Sequim School District’s board of directors and staff have a full slate of meetings to narrow their search.