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Rygiel’s dream becomes a reality with new business

Rygiel’s dream becomes a reality with new business

Madi Kimball, News Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Beyond the classrooms, teachers have a variety of hobbies to keep them busy after the strenuous hours of grading papers. In that time, English teacher Kimberly Rygiel is busy with her newly developed hand lettering business, “Letters from the Margin”. She got the inspirations for the name of the...

Will Brayden Mason get a memorial?

Will Brayden Mason get a memorial?

Macie Miller, Staff reporter

November 13, 2017


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The loss of fellow student and friend, Sophomore Brayden Mason, was one that struck the hearts of many on campus. One question remains in the minds of his fellow classmates and friends, will there be a memorial dedicated in Brayden’s honor? With now 3 student deaths in the past 3 years at Perry, o...

Make-A-Wish and Emery Bear Drive

Make-A-Wish and Emery Bear Drive

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017


Filed under News

When a fundraiser is announced at Perry High School, the students fight tooth and nail to raise as much money, or items, as they can within the time frame given. The Make-A-Wish fundraiser was one of those instances. Make-A-Wish was established in Arizona and has been granting wishes to severely sic...

Badminton wins first team State title

Badminton wins first team State title

Mallory Melanson, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

37 years ago the U.S hockey team performed an unbelievable miracle… Beating the U.S.S.R. team in the semifinals, the U.S cheered with uncontrollable joy when the undefeatable team finally was demolished. Bringing it to current time, the PHS badminton team had a recurrence of the miracle on ice....

Richard Cramer Obituary

Richard Cramer Obituary

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017


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Richard Cramer passed away early Wednesday morning, Oct. 25, 2017 after a four year long battle with stomach cancer. Cramer was born and raised in Tempe, Ariz. and graduated from Arizona State University. He earned a BA in Education, an MA in Instructional Technology, and a certificate in administration...

Pumas bring spirit for awareness week

October 26, 2017


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Pumas are very good about remembering to dress up for spirit week and show their school pride. However, will awareness week get the same amount of attention? Awareness week is an opportunity for the service clubs at school to raise awareness and money for different types of cancer. Five service clubs a...

StuGo’s homecoming carnival

StuGo’s homecoming carnival

Jonathan Garcia, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under News

Every year in the week of homecoming,  StuGo creates the school carnival. The carnivals attracts multiple students with its variety of food trucks, games, and even a haunted house. Many thanks are given to StuGo for creating and managing the carnival, yet most students don’t fail to grasp all the ...

Homecoming Carnival’s Haunted House

Crista Ramos, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017


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At the homecoming carnival the drama club put together a haunted house that was something to remember. Many enjoyed the creativity, the decor, and the acting the drama club performed for us. Isabel Portillo, also known as Izzy Portillo, is a member of the drama club and got to experience the creative...

SkoolLive boards implemented on campus

SkoolLive boards implemented on campus

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

At the start of the school year, many heads were turned toward the seven feet tall, black billboards that now decorate the hallways. These billboards- known as kiosks- have been erected on the bottom floor of both the F- and C-buildings, as well as the cafeteria. Each kiosk is both student interactive...

Football teammates come to help after house fire

Football teammates come to help after house fire

Kayla Gee, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Sports

Everyone has woken up to a bad morning start: a car alarm from the street, barking dogs, thunder from a storm. For sophomore Alex Edjorian, he woke up to smoke and fire at 3 a.m. on Sept. 3. Unknown causes started the fire in the family garage, quickly penetrating the walls. The flames eating way ...

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