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Mountain biking on campus

Mountain biking on campus

Sabrina Digne, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

Mountain bike club has been on this campus for over 5 years, only becoming more intense for participants as the years go on. It's a club you will only find if you look for, despite how long they have been around.  The club was originally started by Mr. Serrano with the sponsor later becoming Ms. ...

GRAPHIC DESIGN: Senior Girls Win Scholarships

GRAPHIC DESIGN: Senior Girls Win Scholarships

Presley Plant, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

Seniors Holly Hames, Joyce Poon, and Bailee Lewis won the chance to gain a $750 cash scholarships form the Graphic Communications Education Foundation. Students from all over the state have participated in this graphic design contest. They were told to write an essay about their future in the graphic des...

Junior Jordyn Bookout designs own swimsuit line

Junior Jordyn Bookout designs own swimsuit line

Olivia Mulford, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

Teenage entrepreneur, Jordyn Bookout creates a swimsuit line for women. sixteen year old designs, finances, ships, and products all on her own.  In 2018 Jordyn was invited to a networking pool party for local teen artist, where she had made her first swimsuit and “fell in love with it” a year ...

End of bell conundrum?

End of bell conundrum?

JJ Fought, Staff reporter

November 13, 2019

November marks the fourth month school has been in session and the fourth month of school, the bells are still out of sync. The bell system still running with little consistency. The new bell system was introduced to the new C-building and it is ran over IP meaning it is controlled and troubleshoote...

A rise in deep equity clubs

Vivian Duong, A&E Editor

November 8, 2019

The deep equity movement has slowly come across campus, stressing on the importance of equality to provide an inclusive environment to individuals. In the attempts to seeing more diversity among schools, equality for all have been prevalent in several clubs.  “The deep equity movement is moving slowly...

Rios: A Story of Success

Rios: A Story of Success

Lydia Hampton, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

Norma Rios’ family moved to Arizona from Hermosillo, Mexico when she was just 11 years old. Her world switched from one language to another, leaving a young girl confused and afraid to even speak at school or in public for nearly two years. At school, the seventh-grader was placed in a class full of Engl...

The People Behind the Performance

The People Behind the Performance

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2019

From pep assemblies to football games, the fans are riled-up by dance performances by Moveo Dance Company and pom. Hallie Reggio, a senior dancer on both the pom and Moveo team explains that “they’re very different, because with pom it’s a lot of technical skills and big turn sequences, but ...

New and Improved Science Fair

New and Improved Science Fair

Alex Connors, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2019

The science fair has been a grueling task for many students in earlier years. Although, the school district has made some major changes over the past two years. The science fair is no longer the science fair. It is now the “Chandler Innovation Fair,” or  CIF for short. Instead of coming up with and ...

StuGo hopes homecoming week continues to grow

Tiffany Martinez, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

It is not a surprise that one of the most exciting times of the year for high school students is homecoming. StuGo students strive to come up with exciting themes for the dance and the accompanying spirit week, but that is not all they do for homecoming. StuGo hosted the annual homecoming carnival ...

PHS Teenage Republicans ensure students “Never Forget” 9/11

PHS Teenage Republicans ensure students “Never Forget” 9/11

Lindsey Harrison, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

On Wednesday Sept. 11, the PHS Teenage Republicans' 9/11 Never Forget Project took place on the lawn on the east side of the gym. 13 students stayed after school the day before and planted over 1,000 flags to remember those who were killed in the 9/11 attacks. Part of a national movement put together...

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