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Multi purpose field unplayable, leaving athletes without a field

Multi purpose field unplayable, leaving athletes without a field

Mea Griffin, News Editor

November 19, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

All soccer, freshman football, and junior varsity baseball players are without a field. The multi-purpose field, located across from the seminary building, is unplayable. Dead grass filled with patches and unstable soft spots, prevents athletes from playing to their full capability, and puts them more ...

Working their way back to the top of their league

River Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, News, Sports

As the E-sports scene is making its debut at Perry, the Rocket League team is currently 2nd in the West Coast, but the team is expecting to steal the first-place throne back. The title of number one on the West Coast was once in Perry’s clutches, however just this past week they let it slip away ...

Anatomy Teacher Advocates for a Chair Overhaul

Anatomy Teacher Advocates for a Chair Overhaul

Jackie Rosales, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018


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Stools with backings have been ordered for this classroom but it is NOT for aesthetic purposes or decorum, instead it is in regards to fainting students. Human biology, soon to be renamed human anatomy and physiology, is becoming more than acquainted with fainting students. “In 18 years I've on...

English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

Nadine Loureiro and Sydney Wolfe

November 15, 2018


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Literature is the key to learning different aspects of life, including the past. Sophomores in regular English classes were tasked with reading one of the works of Markus Zusak, The Book Thief. The novel takes place in Germany during World War II, telling the story of a young girl named Liesel Meminger...

AP teachers receiving extra rewards

Abby Knoblock, Staff reporter

November 15, 2018


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Teachers who advise Advance Placement and International Baccalaureate classes are now eligible to receive bonuses. Due to a 2016 law proposed by Doug Ducey, these teachers can earn money based on how many students pass their AP dual credit exams. This includes every school in Arizona, such as: ...

One wheeled wonder

One wheeled wonder

Nadine Loureiro, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018


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Rare talents come in all shapes and sizes, this one comes in the form of a unicycle. Riding the one wheeled invention requires a lot of balance and patience. The act of even being able to mount it is just a fraction of the difficulty of actually steering the contraption. Senior Matthew McGrath has...

Link Crew helps incoming freshmen start the new school year

Link Crew helps incoming freshmen start the new school year

September 28, 2018


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The new class of freshmen are being given more opportunities by Link Crew this year to help stay connected within the new school year. The members are finding ways such as giving informations on football games, to giving the new students a new friend on campus. Instituting connections can “give a sense ...

Three Generations of Thorntons

Three Generations of Thorntons

Leilanie Rios, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018


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Many students on campus share the halls with their siblings; however, not many get to share the halls with their siblings, parents, and grandparents! Three generations of Thorntons are at Perry this school year. Mr.Thornton can be spotted in the upstairs C-building, where he teaches economics. Her...

CUSD contracts threatening how Puma Den functions

CUSD contracts threatening how Puma Den functions

Sydney Wolfe, News Editor

September 28, 2018


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Through chiming whispers and Twitter gossip, #SaveThePumaDen can finally be put to rest. The Puma Den has clarified that it will not be closing its doors with the influence of new district-wide policies. DECA adviser and marketing teacher Rob Lange explains, “The school store won’t go anywhere,...

Cross Country; Competition side by side

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Multimedia, News

On the team of many committed students there are the well known Kate and Kylie Miller. These students are twin sisters on the same cross country team. They train, race, and run together. With this in mind you can only image the competition between the two fast teens. “Were very competitive… Kylie definitely...

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