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Mollie Janousek, staff reporter & photographer

Mollie Janousek is a junior at Arlington High School. She is a member of National Honor Society and French Club at AHS. Mollie is also a part of the varsity basketball team and loves to exercise and stay active. She is a staff reporter and photographer for the Arlington High School Production Journalism Staff. In the future, Mollie would like to attend a four year university and earn a degree in dental hygiene. She would like to continue to help people throughout her life and to have a positive influence on the world.

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Buy Your 2019 Yearbook!

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
May 31, 2019

As the end of the year quickly approaches, time is running out to buy your yearbook. If you haven't bought a book yet, they will be sold on Monday and Tuesday for seniors only. On Wednesday, books will...

National Honor Society president, Allyson Roller (12), conducts a club meeting. Meetings are held every third Thursday of the month, before and after school.

What is National Honor Society?

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
May 23, 2019

National Honor Society is one of the biggest clubs at AHS. It is one of the only clubs here that directly gives back to the community through volunteer work. Each semester, students are required to do...

College Expenses

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
March 7, 2019

All my life, I've been encouraged that after I graduate high school, I should go to college. It's always been so out of reach, until my senior year, and worrying about college hit me hard. Though the whole...

The Effects of Snow Days

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
February 13, 2019

This year, most of us expected to have a generally warm winter season. But on this past Monday, February 4, school was cancelled because there was too much snow and ice for students and staff to safely...

New Images From the Hubble Space Telescope

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
February 6, 2019

Since April 24th, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has been changing our view of the universe. NASA has been able to discover new parts of space and or galaxies that no one has ever seen before. On...

Government Shutdown 2019: What You Need to Know

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
January 18, 2019

Currently, our country is in the midst of a 32 day partial government shutdown that has cracked up to be the longest one in U.S. history. Here are all of your questions about the shutdown answered: What...

Yese Perez (12) watches as a Bloodworks staff member starts to insert the needle into her arm during the Blood Drive on October 23rd.

Blood Drive

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
October 29, 2018

Every year, Arlington High School offers a special event to its students. The blood drive is a day at AHS where students can give back to the community. It's coordinated by Bloodworks Northwest. This year,...

The AHS band marches around the track before they play the Star Spangled Banner at the Stilly Cup on September 14, 2018.

Band’s New Uniforms

Mollie Janousek, Website Editor
October 4, 2018

The Arlington High School band is a huge part of our school and the environment we create. However, the band has gotten the short end of the stick for many years now. They have had the same uniforms for...

The cover of our 2018 yearbook.

Buy Your 2018 Yearbook!

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
May 18, 2018

The end of the year is coming up fast, and that means the time to buy your yearbook is dwindling.  Distribution day for the books is estimated to be June 8th during 3rd period for seniors only and June...

Conflicts and Sports

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
May 15, 2018

Over the years, sports have become a large part of Arlington High School and the Arlington community. Lately, however, the numbers of student athletes trying out for sports teams has drastically dwindled...

Balancing Student Life

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
May 1, 2018

High school can be stressful. Many students here at Arlington High School have busy lives. Sometimes, this busyness can be a little too much for us to handle. Here are some tips on how students here...

A Quiet Place Review

Mollie Janousek, Mollie Janousek
April 10, 2018

A Quiet Place, directed by John Krasinski, is a thrilling, apocalyptic film revolving around the life of one small family in New York, who attempts to survive against the strange creatures that hunt people...

Gun Violence: Where Do We Draw the Line?

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
March 13, 2018

It all started with Columbine. Then came Sandy Hook. Then MP. Most recently came Parkland. Our country has been hurting from school shootings and the damages that guns have done for almost 20 years...

11 Letters to Describe Sarah French

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
March 8, 2018

Some people may know of the student Sarah French (‘20), but here we can take a simpler, but closer look at who Sarah really is.   Soccer player for the Arlington girls varsity soccer team,...

Surviving Finals Week

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
January 31, 2018

It’s finals week. The end of first semester is in a few days. The rush to make schedule changes is on. Your teachers shove thick review packets in your hands in each class as you try to prepare and remember...

Sports Injuries

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
December 4, 2017

Sports are a huge part of Arlington High School and many students’ lives. But sometimes sports take a toll on athletes. Sports can be very dangerous and damaging to our healthy bodies. Here are some...

Tragedy in Texas

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
December 1, 2017

On Sunday, November 5th, Texas faced yet another tragedy this year. During a church congregation, a shooter walked in and shot randomly, killing 26 people and injuring 20. The tragic event took place at...

Holly Kemple (19) in her AP English Language & Composition class.

AP Survival Guide

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
November 1, 2017

AP classes at Arlington High School are starting to become plentiful. There is an AP class for almost every subject offered here at AHS. Are you thinking about taking one? Before you jump ahead and make...

Eagles vs. Eagles: Who Came Out On Top?

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer
October 3, 2017

The Arlington High School football team battled the Graham-Kapowsin Eagles last night. Both teams fought hard, but Graham-Kapowsin High School ended up winning the game 35-21. Fortunately for Arlington,...

Jeffrey Andrews (‘19) poses with two of his teammates in the locker room at Everett Comcast Arena before a game. Andrews plays for the Everett Jr. Silvertips.

More Sports?

Mollie Janousek, staff reporter & photographer
September 29, 2017

Sports have become a very important part of Arlington High School over the years. They not only give the school something to talk about, but sports also keep people athletic and involved in more aspects...

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