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Students draw connections to Ellis Island through narratives

Students draw connections to Ellis Island through narratives

Sydney Wolfe, News Editor

March 5, 2019


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Imagine experiencing a new way of life that is not only foreign, but captivating. Embarking on the journey of a lifetime is the definition of the American Dream. Through each trial and challenge, people must learn how to adapt to their surroundings and create a successful future for themselves. Students...

Healthy Diet Proves Runners Success

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Features, News, Sports

The track team meets for practice Monday through Friday right  after a long day at school from 2:30-4:30.these athletes are training long hours through rain or shine. The Perry team is committed to growing and getting stronger and faster with every practice.  On 2/27 3:30pm there first dual will take p...

Inside from a traveling teacher’s busy day

Inside from a traveling teacher’s busy day

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019


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Blending in with a crowd of students during passing period, especially help maneuvering a cart full of several papers around the busy hallway of a multitude of students around can be equally tough for a teacher around. From getting classroom to classroom, it can be equally tough when everyone around...

Migrating bats infest C-building

Migrating bats infest C-building

Macie Miller, Sports Editor

March 5, 2019


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Perry high school is continuing to expand each year, and a new addition to the C-building is currently being added. As boring as construction sounds, it has brought about some hysterics and excitement within classrooms that line the back of the building, closest to where the construction is taking plac...

Teaching life lessons through economics

Teaching life lessons through economics

Sydney Wolfe, News Editor

March 5, 2019


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Economic classes are inspiring students to engage inside and out of the classroom. Through incentives and money talk, students are given the opportunity to perform better and stay involved on campus. A form of fake currency is used in two out of three of the economics classes. Here, money can be earned,...

Exchange student seeks to achieve American tennis dreams

Devin Jernigan, A&E Editor

March 5, 2019


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Becoming a professional athlete is the dream of millions around the world. To turn a passion of a sport, a physical activity with the goal of beating your opponent, into a drive to be the very best that has ever existed and beat everyone along the way. Many people have this is a dream in their mind, ...

Food Truck Influences Student Population

Sydney Wolfe, New's Editor

February 12, 2019


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Food truck success? A better option for hungry Pumas?   Many students look forward to lunch as a pivotal part of their school day. However, there are mixed responses regarding the implementation of the food truck, “Nosh + Nomad” during Thursday lunches. With the goal of alleviating lo...

Say goodbye to paper schedules and hello to online registration

Mea Griffin, News Editor

February 12, 2019


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As the new school year slowly approaches, that means it is time for new schedules. All current eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade students will have to undergo the process of choosing their schedules for the upcoming academic year. In previous years, schedules have been sent in via paper and...

ACT exams set to replace AzMERIT, AIMS testing

Mea Griffin, News Editor

February 11, 2019


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With the end of the year right around the corner, students can prepare for testing season. Day after day, students cram in last minute studies before the finals that determine their future in academics. However, testing is about to change and it affects all students enrolled in the Chandler Unified School...

Briefs

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019


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Perry Orchestra Students Qualify for Regionals: Recently auditions were held to qualify for regionals band or orchestra in the second to last week of January. Several students who auditioned were able to be chosen through hard work and talent. Students who play cellos or violins had a lot of competition...

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