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Virtual learning in English class

Student studies English notes after a virtual class

Saydria Ostler, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2020

Learning and teaching through a global pandemic and its side effects is not something students or teachers thought they would ever do. But everyone has had to adjust to the different learning formats that 2020 has offered. The virtual English classroom has changed since the fourth quarter of last...

Special education vs COVID-19, what is happening

Special Education teacher Caroline Cook helping freshman Cole Kostoryz with his assignment.

Dayton Jones, Sports editor

September 21, 2020

The student of the special education program have started coming back, but not without precautions and changes made. Transferring back to in-school learning is a challenge for anyone, but the special education program is figuring out how to make that work while keeping a safe environment. Special ...

English Language Learners tackle online learning

Isabel Behrendt, Double Truck Editor

September 21, 2020

Now nearing seven months into the pandemic, students are finding themselves struggling to navigate the world of online learning. From technological issues, lack of resources available in the household, and overall difficulty to understand online learning, it is evident that each student and teacher i...

Perry Students at the polls

Perry Students have the choice to vote in person and through mail-in ballots in November.

Roman Valenzuela, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2020

This election year, Americans have been reminded just how important a vote is. While much of the coverage has been focused on the presidential election, state legislative races are happening nationwide as well. Here in Arizona, many electoral races occur, from executive positions like governors and ma...

Clubs continuing through COVID

Link Crew passing out club shirts while utilizing the COVID guidelines.

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2020

Clubs play an important role in social interaction, under quarantine it is difficult for both the advisor and student to do their job as club members this year. One of the frequently asked questions during this time is, how are clubs going to successfully do their job during virtual school? Puma ...

Coping with sadness and stress- one hobby at a time

Sophomore, Halle Gardner enjoys dancing as a way to recharge after a day at school.

Ashlyn Miner, News Editor

September 21, 2020

  Amid uncertainty and confusion, one thing is certain: COVID-19 has been hard for everyone, but especially high school students. With so much time at home, it is easy to feel sad or anxious as a result of feelings of boredom or loneliness. This school year, it is especially important to deve...

Finalists for ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2020

Within the large cascade of talent within the halls of Perry, in the D-building resides a talented group of individuals: the theatre group. This year for the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards, there were finalists in four categories of the competition. The results of who won will be show...

CUSD explores options for 2020-2021 school year

Anna Myers and Roman Valenzuela

May 18, 2020

The end of the school year is around the corner, and with teachers coming off the seventh week of online instruction, questions of how the return to school will operate have begun to circulate.  Google classroom has been a challenge for some students, but for teachers, the adaptation process has been s...

Students share opinions on business re-openings

A screenshot from Firehouse Subs' website with a message regarding COVID-19.

Lindsey Harrison, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2020

After being in quarantine for upwards of 8 weeks, people are getting restless and restrictions are slowly being lifted across the country. There are a lot of questions as to what should happen when businesses do re-open. Here, we look at student opinions on re-openings from three different points of...

How to survive an online class

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Amira Johnson, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2020

With schools closing and school having to move online, students had to adjust to online learning but it was not easy.  Especially, for the students who never took an online class before. Many students thought online class was going to be a breeze and super easy but turns out it seems students are doing...

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