The Precedent

Senior students pose with Security Guard Danny Moreno while he holds up a motivational poster for all to see.

Who’s handing out candy?

Emily Buttyan , Staff Reporter September 11, 2022

Danny Moreno, one of the newest guards, assists in the protection of the student’s safety, roaming the halls of C building every day. Each security guard is in charge of a particular building to ensure...

Senior Bella Schaller running at cross country practice on Aug. 22. Schaller focused on running for cross country, but still planned on training for upcoming triathlons as well as her future goals.

Combination of sports leads to new college path

Meghan McGowan, Sports Editor August 26, 2022

Senior Bella Schaller started her freshman year as a swimmer planning on continuing with swimming till college, but in her sophomore year, she decided to compete in running instead. Schaller still missed...

Sophomore prodigy attends Junior Olympics

Jackson Bergholz, Reviews Editor August 14, 2022

Sophomore, Koa Peat is an up and coming basketball player who recently had the chance to play on the Junior Olympics basketball team. Peat is currently number two in the country and a highly anticipated...

Nikolas Miller winds up for a pitch against Chandler on May 7. The boys lost that game, 9-2 in the winner’s bracket.

Senior pitcher leads boys baseball to playoff push

Jason Richey, Staff Reporter May 13, 2022

The boys varsity baseball team ended the regular season only winning two games against Basha and Chandler in the final nine games. The boys won their play-in 14-4 versus Tolleson and moved on to beat the...

Chandler Unified School District science fair was held on Feb. 29. Lotta Mozes (right), Jacob Andrews (middle), and Richard DeKelata (left) won first place in the mechanical engineering category at the fair with their project on Thermoacoustic (sound) cooling.

Science fair at the high school level

Meghan McGowan, Photo Editor March 2, 2022

The Chandler Unified School District science fair was held on Feb. 29. Most students from Perry that entered the fair were freshman finishing a STEM requirement. But three juniors, Lotta Mozes, Jacob Andrews,...

Arizona Senate stops 1.2 billion in budget cuts

Arizona Senate stops 1.2 billion in budget cuts

Meghan McGowan, Photo Editor March 2, 2022

On Feb. 21, the Arizona senate voted 23-6 in favor of overturning Aggregate Expenditure Limit. The Aggregate Expenditure Limit was introduced into the Arizona constitution in the 1980s, setting a school...

Black women leading new legacy

Black women leading new legacy

Madeleine Nseir, Editor December 14, 2021

Senior Layna Walker has always felt that she needed to make a bigger impact and statement in her community. That is why she founded the Black Girl Empowerment Club this year.   Walker explained her...

Magi plays Just Dance during a Puma Pals meeting. She has been a part of the club since her freshman year.

Senior Magi Brockman leads service across campus

Lindsey Harrison, Double Truck Editor December 1, 2021

She’s leading the Puma Pals meeting. She’s organizing another Leo Club charity project. She’s teaching a lesson in SPED. She’s raising her hand, answering another question in the back of the AP...

Junior black belt Minami Pituvong practices her skills at training. She is working with kids to help teach them Taekwondo as well.

Unseen skills: black belts on campus

Talya Gabay, Staff Reporter November 15, 2021

Martial arts is a sport that requires one to encounter both physical and mental endurance. Karate, Judo, and Jiu Jitsu are all common forms of martial arts. Learning martial arts helps develop important...

AP environmental teacher Jill Kenyon kayaks down the river with her husband. Mrs. Kenyon continues to bring her passion for the outdoors to Perry.

AP environmental science teacher begins to grow program

Reagan Reynolds, Staff Reporter October 22, 2021

In the 2021-2022 school year, Perry received a new teacher for AP Environmental Science, Jill Kenyon. Kenyon transferred from Hamilton High School with high hopes when she heard of the opportunity to teach...

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