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PHS comes through for Irion family

PHS comes through for Irion family

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter
May 23, 2017
Filed under News

When Perry holds a fundraiser to help a fellow Puma, the school comes together as a family to support them. This year Perry has held a large fundraiser for a science teacher’s, Jerald Irion’s, wife, who was involved in an accident on Apr. 20. In response to the incident, Perry came together and resolved to raise ...

Lack of education on sexual assault and harassment

Lack of education on sexual assault and harassment

Lauren Neilsen and Sarah Lankford
April 27, 2017
Filed under Double Truck

Every 98 seconds someone experiences sexual assault, according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network. Out of only 47 anonymous students polled, eight claimed they were a victim of sexual assault or harassment on campus. However, only three cases have been reported school-wide this year. This...

Serrano Press Conference 2/21/2017

Valerie Burgess, Editor in Chief
February 21, 2017
Filed under Audio, Multimedia

Foreign exchange student Omar Sayed pushes for change

Foreign exchange student Omar Sayed pushes for change

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter
February 6, 2017
Filed under News

Transitioning to high school can be a wake-up call for some, as well as a rewarding experience for others. Omar Sayed, a sophomore foreign exchange student from Egypt, gained insight on this when he began attending Perry for the 2016-2017 school year. By filling out an application in Sept. 2015, he was chosen by a...

Unified Sports prepares for a win against Higley

Unified Sports prepares for a win against Higley

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2016
Filed under News

With game number two of the flag football season underway, the Perry Unified Sports team prepared to take on Higley despite the significant loss of teammates through graduation. “This year, I only have seven players,” head coach Rose Escalante continued, “I had [about] 15 athletes last year, [a...

Alternatives for students without parking passes

Alternatives for students without parking passes

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter
August 30, 2016
Filed under Double Truck

The overwhelming amount of student drivers recently became an issue in the struggle to snatch a parking space. “This school is built for 2,800 students, which means 700 per class and maybe 400 that drive, but we’ve surpassed that,” Principal Dan Serrano said. The limited amount of spaces d...

Serrano Q &A: Graduation happenings

Paige Coakley, Editor In Chief
April 20, 2015
Filed under Features, News

It is that time of year again; where all of the lovely seniors dawn their navy and maroon caps and gowns and line up for that wonderful march up the stage, waiting to be handed that little piece of paper saying the last four years of their lives were worth it. However, there are some things that need...

Student scholars recieve academic recognition through scholarships

Student scholars recieve academic recognition through scholarships

Sarah Chapple, News Editor
December 15, 2014
Filed under Features, News

During the scramble for seniors to complete their college applications, students often simultaneously apply for scholarships to help them pay for their education. Select seniors across campus are being recognized by National Merit Scholarship, possibilities and Questbridge scholars finding ways to dis...

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