Routes in the LWSD and ISD are sometimes rearranged or even canceled due to the shortage.
The event, run almost entirely by local teens, featured speakers discussing topics ranging from the impact of social media to the gender gap in aviation.
While fundraisers have seen great success, the lack of volunteers for time-consuming roles has meant an increased burden on regular volunteers and burnout.
Mentorship bonds formed through Link Crew have let many freshmen with growing more comfortable in their new school environment.
Blackwell’s principal, Jim Eaton, has apologized for the school’s reaction to a teacher wearing a traditional Chinese dress on Lunar New Year.
From learning about Washington’s criminal justice system to experiencing farm work to developing public health campaigns, these high school students are supporting their community while exploring future career paths.
School will start on Aug. 30 this year, almost a week earlier than the starting date four years ago.
A variety of booths, created by culture clubs and individual students, showcased various cultural backgrounds and traditions.
Freshman Mehr Tarafdar organized the walkout in response to the leaked Supreme Court draft abortion opinion.
More than 500 students walked out of their third period classes, taking two minutes of silence to remember the dead before speakers shared their perspectives on the tragedy.