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Freshman Chanelle Teoh left Malaysias spoon feed education system for a better education in Arizona. After living in America for a year, she has adapted to the new lifestyle.

International student starting over from scratch

Kiyoung Haavisto, News Editor August 25, 2023

In hopes of receiving a better education, Freshman Chanelle Teoh moved from Malaysia to America only a year ago. While her life in Malaysia was very peaceful, her life in America has been almost the opposite.  When...

Senior Angel Barillas holds up a catfish he caught in the city canal. Due to the Community Fishing Program, fish like this are abundant in the canals.

Community fishing program offers new opportunity

Taylor Relvas, Reviews, A/E, and Web Editor August 11, 2023

Often thought of as an eyesore and just another piece of city infrastructure, the canals in and around the area have recently become host to a whole new city service. In a push to encourage outdoor recreation,...

Anna Collins is speaking to the parents of her students at Open House, Aug. 3. Collins explains the curriculum expected of the seniors in her class as well as the policies that she implements within her classroom.

C112 left empty, now occupied

Emily Buttyan , Managing/Opinions Editor August 7, 2023

Anna Collins is a new addition to the English department this 2023-24 school year. Collins is teaching on-level freshmen and seniors, which provides a gap for her when it comes to teaching styles. With...

Students supported the performers by waving their phone-flashlight in the air at Perry Idol. StuGo hosted Perry Idol on Friday, Jan. 20 in the school auditorium.

Perry Idol highlights student talent

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2023

StuGo hosted their annual Perry Idol performance on Friday, Jan. 20, where students auditioned, practiced, and then performed in front of a panel of three judges and an audience of their peers. The...

Malia Novak performing at the Night at the Grammys Dance show. Apart of her featured piece

Dancing through time

Karson Krause, Staff Reporter December 16, 2022

The Moveo Dance Company and Advanced Dance performed a show on Dec. 8 and 9. The Moveo Dance Teacher Fara Sadler helped direct the show along with the dance council, who helped choreograph the shows. The...

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,...

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