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Food Truck Influences Student Population

Sydney Wolfe, New's Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features, News

Food truck success? A better option for hungry Pumas?   Many students look forward to lunch as a pivotal part of their school day. However, there are mixed responses regarding the implementation of the food truck, “Nosh + Nomad” during Thursday lunches. With the goal of alleviating lo...

Say goodbye to paper schedules and hello to online registration

Mea Griffin, News Editor

February 12, 2019


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As the new school year slowly approaches, that means it is time for new schedules. All current eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade students will have to undergo the process of choosing their schedules for the upcoming academic year. In previous years, schedules have been sent in via paper and...

ACT exams set to replace AzMERIT, AIMS testing

Mea Griffin, News Editor

February 11, 2019


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With the end of the year right around the corner, students can prepare for testing season. Day after day, students cram in last minute studies before the finals that determine their future in academics. However, testing is about to change and it affects all students enrolled in the Chandler Unified School...

Briefs

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019


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Perry Orchestra Students Qualify for Regionals: Recently auditions were held to qualify for regionals band or orchestra in the second to last week of January. Several students who auditioned were able to be chosen through hard work and talent. Students who play cellos or violins had a lot of competition...

“A Girl with an Education is Unstoppable”

Jackie Rosales, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019


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Perry High offers a multitude of clubs, surely one for just about everyone. So why feature She’s the First? Who is she? The club has quickly accumulated a fairly large amount of club goers, there is something else that sets them apart from every other club on campus. For starters, She’s the ...

Briefs

Joielline Tchilao, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019


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Photography Invitational Art Show Recently, the Fall Blick Fine Art Photography Art Show was hosted by company Blick Art Materials, and several of our students were able to participate and show off their creative talents. In total, more than 20 of our students were able to be apart of this competition...

‘Tis the season to give back

‘Tis the season to give back

Sydney Wolfe, News Editor

December 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

As students begin to deck the halls with the sound of Christmas in the air, many can look to their communities this holiday season. Perry is spreading Christmas cheer by giving back to its community. With clubs on campus partnering with charities alike, students are raising money and accepting donatio...

CUSD changes vape policy mid-year

CUSD changes vape policy mid-year

Tyler McCracken, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


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Late last month, principal Dan Serrano received an email from the district offices regarding changes to the policy on vaping. The district overhauled their policy for vaping with a new way of punishment, courtesy of Marcus Williams who is in charge of discipline for the school district. The new puni...

With anti-semitism on the rise nationally, English classes trying to combat hate with literature

With anti-semitism on the rise nationally, English classes trying to combat hate with literature

Sydney Wolfe and Nadine Loureiro

November 28, 2018


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Literature is the key to learning different aspects of life, including the past. With Nazi hate symbols and nationwide controversy, history seems to be going in a cycle of reflecting its past into the present. From Wisconsin High’s picture of student saluting to swastikas being painted around the...

Remembering Ms. Jones

Remembering Ms. Jones

Grant Williams

November 19, 2018


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Following any tragic, unexpected death, we as people tend to remember the fallen as ‘lights’ who shared their positive influence and kindness among those around them. As aptly stated by 2018 graduate Joanna Gunaraj, a student of debate coach Leslie Jones’s last year, this is simply incorrect; ...

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