The Precedent

The 2022-23 DECA officers Grace Knutson, Juliet Read, Bella Keselman, Stella Jones, and  Katelin Macari in the Puma Den ready to open it for the year.

DECA outside of the Puma Den

Meghan McGowan, Sports Editor September 11, 2022

DECA is known around school for running the Puma Den and dressing up for class, but DECA does more than just that. DECA, or Distribution Education Club of America, is a national organization that teaches...

Newsworthy Animals

Newsworthy Animals

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2022

Almost everyone will stop scrolling for a cute animal photo. Since the dawn of the internet, cute animal videos have been playing an active role in the online community, popping up on just about everyone’s...

StuGo prepares signs to welcome back students on campus. They posted the signs in the cafeteria with each students name written on a sheet of paper.

Class presidents: who they are and what they do

Lexi Amaro, News Editor August 26, 2022

Known for their involvement in school dances, spirit weeks, and assemblies, StuGo may not seem to be making a daily impact, but they are involved in the daily runnings on campus. At every event, class...

New clubs welcome students of diverse interests

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2022

The beginning of a new academic year also ushers in the revival of clubs on campus. The week of Aug. 8 was club rush, which allowed students to view and sign up for clubs that sparked their interest. During...

What is up with Donald Trump

What is up with Donald Trump

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2022

Although former President Donald Trump may have exited the White House at the end of 2020, he has not left the news circuit. A brief glance at the news, and anyone can see Trump’s name has been tied...

Patrick Duffy and team members eliminate their opponent in the previous round.

Senior stress highlighted by assassins

Presley Plant, Managing Editor August 14, 2022

Senior year is the start of a number of new traditions for many seniors, with many being a rite of passage for seniors. Assassins has been a tradition across several different school districts. Seniors...

Student gets a computer from new One-to-one initiative. This initiative gives students in need computers to use for school.

Upgrades people, upgrades

Jackson Bergholz, Reviews Editor August 14, 2022

  One-to-one, CUSD’s newest initiative, is giving everyday students a computer to complete their school activities. This initiative will allow students to do homework, join Google Meets, and...

Tuesday, Aug. 2 was Arizona’s primary election, and the Perry Library was a polling center for voters. The next election will be the general election on Nov. 8.

Making sense of Arizona Primary Election

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 12, 2022

The word government often conjures images of the White House and America’s founding fathers from 250 years ago. While that may be an important part of the government process, government also takes place...

New rules are not as new as they may seem

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 12, 2022

As students came back to campus, they noticed right away that there are some noticeable changes this year: doors are locked, every teacher is using a phone caddy, and students have to leave their phones...

Sophomore Cayden Heddleston scans the QR code that allows her to schedule an appointment for her counselor. Students can scan their QR codes around campus to meet with their counselor.

What counselors actually do

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief August 12, 2022

At the beginning of the school year, students are not the only ones on campus flooded with new responsibilities. The counselors are in charge of schedules and student well-being, and they face an influx...

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