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Nothing but energy for the two captains

Nothing but energy for the two captains

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

The improv team this year has two team captains, both seniors, ambitious to make this year’s improv team the best. “[Improv] helps you with your communication skills and teaches you things like listening to people,” senior and co-captain of the improv team Amanda Federico explains. A very...

Twist on the typical winter concert

Twist on the typical winter concert

Isabel Behrendt, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

The orchestra and choir winter concerts proved to be a unique blend of music and talent that showcased Perry’s most gifted musicians. Fine arts performances tend to set the mood for the holiday season. Each group sang or played a variety of holiday or classical compositions.The warmth of the holiday carols, a...

How sports medicine helps out the team

Joielline Tchilao, Staff Reporter

November 29, 2018

A successful team is not just about how good the players are, but how well everyone contributes to the help with the final performance. The core ingredient behind any good team is teamwork. Within any sport there is a moment in every athlete's life when they experience an injury. Football being on...

Chubba Purdy creating his own legacy

Chubba Purdy creating his own legacy

Nadine Loureiro, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

Having a sibling can prove to be difficult, but having a sibling who used to dominate in the same playing field is even harder. The last name “Purdy” is a well-known name across campus due to the impact the name has on the football field. The boys who display the names on their backs are Juni...

Cooper Harris: vital asset to football team

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

There’s a lot to take in at football games. Hazy air and the lingering glow from pregame fireworks set the mood. The smell of popcorn and sweaty players infiltrates the riot of the student section and the marching band’s instruments carry the school’s fight song across the entire field.   ...

A new addition in “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940”

A new addition in “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940”

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

English teacher Shelley Lee directed her very first show earlier this month, making a strong debut in the theater department. Taking on a new group of dedicated students, Lee directed the fall production of “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940” which opened for three nights. Describing her position...

Lil Puma Clinic Proves Successful for Eighth Consecutive years

Lil Puma Clinic Proves Successful for Eighth Consecutive years

Leilanie Rios, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2018

As Friday night football gets students and players riled up, the smiling faces and pom-poms on the sidelines are working harder than ever to keep the high energy in gear. The 2018-2019 cheer team is not only practicing to perfect their skills consistently, but they are also huge involvements on the s...

Victoria Vredevoogd and the American Idol Journey

Victoria Vredevoogd and the American Idol Journey

Aubree Flores, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018

Aubree Flores: I was informed that you competed in American Idol recently, can you please elaborate on that story? Victoria Vredevoogd: Yes, so I went through the audition process; I woke up at five in the morning to leave at six and get there at seven. And then I ended up waiting probably three h...

Cats and Cafes; A hidden gem in Arizona

Cats and Cafes; A hidden gem in Arizona

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018

From the outside this small cafe and boutique just looks like a normal cafe with seating and twinkley lighting but as you venture inside this hidden gem you notice something that makes this place extra special. Cats all over browsing through the room, climbing walls and greeting customers sounds like a ...

New club honors Shakespeare’s works

New club honors Shakespeare’s works

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2018

In 1592, William Shakespeare kick-started his career as a famous playwright and he had composed plays that have lasted beyond his lifetime. Currently, students are required to read his plays in school. But one teacher is changing it all so students can learn to enjoy his creations the way he originally...

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