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Chess brings home stack of medals

Vanessa Coracides and Lexi Amaro September 24, 2021

This previous weekend (Sept. 18-19), Perry’s chess team competed in the State Individual Invitational tournament. Winning four out of the 10 medals offered, the chess team is in a very good position...

Nico Campbell showing is appreciation of his culture. Being the president of the Latin Culture Club Campbell supports all of those of Latin decent and makes them feel comfortable at school.

Diversity is strengthened through Latin Culture Club

Presley Plant, Managing Editor September 20, 2021

Recognition goes a long way for the new Latin Culture Club, whose goal is “making people of that descent feel safe,” said senior and club member Justin Chacon. For the 14 years that this school has...

Seniors Cort Cooley and Preston Felker dance on top of the push-up board during a football game. The home game against Basha was camouflage themed.

Making most of school spirit with small Hype Squad

Saydria Ostler and Meghan McGowan September 20, 2021

After allowing limited spectators to attend sporting events last year, students have returned full force to football games. The first football game of the year versus Desert Vista beckoned a loud student...

Posters taped to the walls in the girls bathroom on Tuesday morning. Administrators quickly took them down but, that didnt stop them from circulating online.

“Anti-Dress Code” resistance fails to find its footing

Lindsey Harrison, Double Truck Editor September 6, 2021

The protest aimed at the school’s dress code policies did not come to fruition on Friday afternoon. Although the anonymous organizer encouraged a large gathering in the courtyard, the grassy patch...

Mrs. Tracy Witz has joined the English Department as a 10th grade teacher. Teachers  had to be switched around after Mrs. Kate Copic left Perry to be a Dean of Students at Hamilton.

New English teacher begins instruction month late

Lauren Ludwig, Editor-In-Chief August 27, 2021

Starting a new school year is always exciting, especially for Mrs.Tracy Witz. She has joined the English Department as a 10th-grade teacher and jumped right in at the beginning of week three and is ready...

On-campus clubs return with full force this school year. The old and new clubs built a community of acceptance for all students.

New clubs on campus foster environment for everyone

Emilee Painton and Saydria Ostler August 27, 2021

To bounce back from a year of unusual attendance and abrupt scheduling, clubs have been vigorously advertising to students and electing officers. The variety of clubs offered ranges from sports to fine...

Staff and students are encouraged to socially distance six feet apart while at school. The Chandler Unified School District strongly suggests students and faculty to wear masks in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

New school year, students have mixed feelings

Saydria Ostler and Meghan McGowan August 27, 2021

The commencement of the 2021-2022 school year ushers in many changes from last school year; most notably, the return to regular schedule and no mask mandate. The return to the traditional schedule also...

Junior Nicole Baird pointing the Glow Dance poster, telling her friends to come. The dance had a good turnout and danced to trendy and upbeat music to kick off the year.

Students’ perspective change on social events from COVID-19

Presley Plant, Managing Editor August 6, 2021

Unexpectedly the school had announced that there is going to be a school dance on August 6th - a returning to school celebration - to rebound from the lack of school spirit last year. STUGO and their advisor...

Seal of Arts Proficiency makes its way to campus

Sabrina Digne, Sports Editor August 6, 2021

The Fine Arts Seal of Proficiency is an award in the form of a seal that students can be awarded on their diplomas that has only been around for three years. Chandler Unified School District started awarding...

Juniors Lili Stutz, Savannah Nelson, and Shaye Vannorman (left to right) play with toys in Childhood Education. Students completed “play labs,” in which they evaluated the developmental domains and advantages to the toys.

After year of postponement, early childhood education classes reenter childcare

Saydria Ostler, News Editor August 6, 2021

Students in Early Childhood Education classes are now able to enter Childcare and play with the kids after being unable to for over a year. At the end of the 2019-2020 school year, many things were canceled...

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