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Joey Antonelli Q&A, Speech and Debate Victories

Joey Antonelli getting ready for a competition in class. Speech and Debate competitions are done online for safety.
November 20, 2020

Sophomore Joey Antonelli continues to make strides in his Speech and Debate career even with the change of online debates. On Nov. 14th Antonelli made it to the quarter final round in the Varsity Lincoln...

Coping with COVID-19 in Early Childhood classes

November 20, 2020

Students' experiences in Early childhood classes are drastically altered. In past years, the early childhood education classes taught at Perry included many interactive activities and projects. This...

Quarantine comeback: transition for students after returning from isolation

Several desks are left empty in room F104 as Junior Bridget Hale has to quarantine after coming in contact with someone that has contracted COVID-19.  When Hale returned, she described what it was like coming back to in-person school after a two week quarantine.
November 20, 2020

The pandemic is forcing individuals to take precautions and changing student’s lives in several ways. Quarantining is becoming more frequent in Arizona as coronavirus cases continue to rise.  If...

Fall signing day for student athletes

Jenna Heller, Makayla Long, Caden Malloy, Briana Mattos, Alyssa Montoya, Ella Rud and Gabby Valadez speaking at signing day. The students thanked those who supported them and expressed excitement and gratitude for the opportunities to play on a collegiate level.
November 20, 2020

On Thursday, Nov. 11th, Perry’s Athletic Department had their annual Signing Day, celebrating athletes Jenna Heller (Volleyball), Makayla Long (Track and Field), Caden Malloy (Soccer), Briana Mattos...

New benchmarks: schools continue to proceed with caution

New benchmarks: schools continue to proceed with caution
November 19, 2020

  Since the school closed for quarantine in March, most students anticipated the reopening. As neighboring schools began to reopen, PHS students eagerly waited their turn. Now, being almost a month...

New teacher brings fresh ideas to theatre department

Actor and new theatre teacher, Jennifer Banda
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...

Hands on political learning for AP Gov students

Hands on political learning for AP Gov students
November 17, 2020

When the 2020 presidential election pressed on, AP Government students were more politically active than ever. After Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Elizabeth Tompkins’ AP Government class had been going...

Speech and Debate is online, Perry team moving forward

Speech and Debate Joseph Antonelli and Brooklin Lafar are working in Speech and Debate. Competitions are attended through computers due to COVID-19.
November 3, 2020

Speech and Debate is now an online sport, this has its ups and downs. Competitions are traditionally in person but with COVID-19, the sport has been pushed onto the internet. With a small team, Perry has...

Changes in the math department

An Algebra 1 class is learning a new lesson on a Friday morning. These students are ready to learn by listening and taking notes.
October 30, 2020

As Perry High School students adjust to the change in classroom settings and available learning tools, math seems to remain to be a main issue in most high schoolers. The math department at Perry has experienced...

Special education celebrating fall during COVID-19 pandemic

Cameron Jerger, David Doan, Jeremiah Bovell, Ethan Hickman and Matthew Barlow in a corn maze. Special Education students were kicking off the fall season at Vertuccio Farms.
October 30, 2020

As Halloween and fall time are approaching, Special Education is gearing up to celebrate fun holidays and traditions. One way special education is celebrating Halloween this year is with a costume party....

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