The Precedent

Junior Kalayna Walker leads African American Culture Club after she was elected as the club president. Her goal is to promote equality and provide a safe place for everyone to share their experiences.

Kalayna Walker leads African American Culture Club as she promotes equality

Nate Andrew, Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

Although it is difficult to manage a club and organize events during COVID-19, junior Kalayna Walker, president of the African American Culture Club, is working to unite people with an interest in African...

The Chess club's new line up for the season this year. This group is is hoping to prove unstoppable this season.

Chess team begins competitive season

Tyler Blandin, Staff Reporter February 11, 2021

The 1500-year-old sport is back again with another competitive season this year. The season will put each school’s top five players against each other, with each win giving one point and draws will receive...

Katelynn Aspenson works on her online class.

COA test pilots final exams

Ryann Jorgensen, Staff Reporter December 16, 2020

Final exam season is here once again, but with thousands of online school students and the fear of spreading COVID-19, Chandler Online Academy (COA) administrators decided against requiring its students...

Kacen Callender's novel, Felix Ever After. Felix is wearing a flower crown and a shirt that shows his top surgery scars.

Book Review: Felix Ever After

Ryann Jorgensen, Staff Reporter November 19, 2020

“For trans and nonbinary youth: You’re beautiful. You’re important. You’re valid. You’re perfect.” These are the words on the dedication page of the novel Felix Ever After, written by the author...

Actor and new theatre teacher, Jennifer Banda

New teacher brings fresh ideas to theatre department

Rachel Smith, Staff Reporter November 19, 2020

During this new post-coronavirus era there have been many changes taking place at Perry, especially within the Perry Theatre Company. Ranging from online performances to new guidelines, many changes have...

Street fashion impacts student Fall styles

Street fashion impacts student Fall styles

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter November 19, 2020

The iconic Fall Fashion is back! The classic sweaters, booties, turtle necks, and much more are returning along with a bit of a vintage twist. Fashion is at a constant change; the temperature, mood,...

A fully assembled Halloween boo basket. Full of cookies, a Halloween themed cup, and other treats.

How to properly boo someone

Sabrina Digne, staff reporter November 2, 2020

Carving and decorating pumpkins has always been a popular task that people of all ages loved to do and talk about. Now, giving and receiving a “boo basket” has become a popular and enjoyable trend...

Drawing and painting students first time in class. Student does her first project and applies the information she learned from online.

Transition to in-person school mentality is relentless

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter October 29, 2020

As a student, it is a priority to keep both the mind and body healthy. The sudden change from online to in-person learning has created a stressful mentality with constant anxiety. “This adjustment has...

The Las Vegas Basic came out on top over Santan Valley Poston Butte on Saturday, Sep 19. The JM23 tournament honored Perry baseball alumni Jacob Medina.

JM23 baseball tournament serves as touching tribute to Jacob Medina

Anna Myers, Managing Editor September 29, 2020

The JM23 baseball tournament was dreamt up by Perry baseball players Jacob Medina and Emery Miller last spring. Medina and Miller envisioned a five day long first annual tournament in which the proceeds...

SPECIAL REPORT: Students sound off ideas for returning to school

Nadine Loureiro and Lindsey Harrison June 22, 2020

On a Zoom call, one month away from the scheduled start of school, a group of students discussed the ideas presented at the recent CUSD governing board study session regarding how to handle returning to...

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