The Precedent

Serrano’s gym dedication leaves legacy

Meghan McGowan, Photo Editor January 14, 2022

Dan Serrano opened the school as the principal in 2007. He dealt with everything from bats, a pandemic, and everyday work with students, parents, and faculty. To honor his 14 years of work, the gym...

Tammy Soelberg is returning back to Perry. She taught at Perry for five years, but has come back to teach English.

Welcoming new teachers on campus

Talya Gabay, Staff Reporter January 14, 2022

Returning teacher Tammy Soelberg is joining the staff again after leaving in 2018. Now she teaches AP Literature after teaching an assortment of different subjects.  Talya Gabay: How long have you...

Teacher Stacey Campbell joining the staff. She recently became a full time teacher after she was a substitute.

Welcoming new teachers on campus

Talya Gabay, Staff Reporter January 14, 2022

Stacey Campbell is one of the newest members of the English department. Originally a substitute teacher, she is brand new to education and is now teaching English 10. Talya Gabay: How long have you...

Due to overcrowding at gyms students focus on their in school workouts such as sophomore Quinten Murrieta. Who is shown flexing after a successful rep in the weight room.

‘Resolutioners’ overcrowd Gyms

Melaney Wardell, Staffer January 14, 2022

  At the start of a new year, it is only natural that people set new resolutions, goals, and intentions for the new year. These resolutions may be about mental health or academics or sports or...

NHS president Moira MacCatherine has collected well over 400 service hours by volunteering in the community. Moira hopes to be a neonatal intensive care nurse and volunteering at hospitals is a step toward her future.

Senior Moira MacCatherine becomes first ever Flinn finalist

Tyler Blandin, Website Director January 14, 2022

Senior Moira MacCatherine has become the first Perry student to ever make it to the final round for The Flinn Scholarship. The scholarship is a full ride to Arizona universities and includes study abroad...

Labor-shortages, CDC-changes, five-day-quarantine, oh my!

Labor-shortages, CDC-changes, five-day-quarantine, oh my!

Saydria Ostler, News Editor January 14, 2022

In May 2020, the demand for workers dropped significantly. Because of the drop in available jobs, the number of people unwilling to work went unnoticed. That is until the last eight months, when the demand...

School board: overlooked but powerful

School board: overlooked but powerful

Saydria Ostler, News Editor January 14, 2022

Lara Bruner. Lindsay Love. Barbar Mozdzen. Jason Olive. Joel Wirth. Maybe these names are familiar. Maybe they are not familiar. Either way, these five individuals impact how every school in the Chandler...

Sophomore Aiden Salcido registers for his electives for next year during his English class. Registration is taking place this week, from Jan. 10 to Jan 15.

2022-2023 Elective registration guide

Lauren Ludwig , Editor-In-Chief January 10, 2022

When signing up for electives this year, consider branching out to a different subject, or something outside your comfort zone. Here is a breakdown of all the electives being offered for the 2022-2023...

Controversial required ACT practice develops mixed feelings

Controversial required ACT practice develops mixed feelings

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter December 14, 2021

Good ACT scores result in more money for schools; thus, bad ACT scores means schools will be limited to a small budget. The high reliance on better test scores determines much more than money (where the...

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