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PHS students take on next school year

Locked gates at Perry High School

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2020

   At this time of year, most students are counting down the seconds until summer, but COVID-19 has provided us with a different perspective.    While students are waiting for the school doors to reopen, they are thinking ahead about certain changes they are going to make next year.    Junio...

How small business are dealing with the changes

Inside Arizona Dynamics Gymnastics with no athletes or coaches.

Sabrina Digne, reporter

April 16, 2020

Small businesses in Arizona have quickly begun to feel the negative effects of covid-19 and all that is changing because of it. “It has been very tough from a business standpoint because many of our families lost jobs or had to cut back with extra expenses.  Needless to say, we lost 60% of our...

EVIT: From hands-on to remote learning

EVIT: From hands-on to remote learning

Jackie Rosales, News Editor

April 13, 2020

East Valley Institute of Technology, better known as EVIT, is a “system of career training options” that offers high school students hands-on learning for various careers. Like other schools across the country, EVIT has been forced to move their curriculum online.As of now, EVIT is still figuring...

Signing Days in light of School Cancellation

Signing Days in light of School Cancellation

Roman Valenzuela, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2020

With the traditional school year canceled for the foreseeable future, student-athletes have dealt with cancellations for their signing day festivities.  Many have sought solutions in the new virtual solutions of today, like Zoom and Google hangouts. But is that really a replacement for the signing d...

CUSD curbside meals

The whole process is organized and the meals are ready for pickup

Ashlyn Miner, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2020

    In the United States alone, 12 million children live in homes that do not have an adequate supply of food.  Many children in the Chandler Unified School District face this type of challenge every single day, and some of them wonder where their next meal will come from.       CUSD...

Plans for spring graduation

As graduation encroaches on seniors, caps, gowns, and tassels have been purchased and are ready to descend upon the football field on May 29.

Gavin Brennan, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2020

With the start of the fourth quarter impeded by the coronavirus there are many questions about what will happen to the senior class. One of the most common being about graduation. Colleges in Arizona have been postponing or making their graduations online. Arizona State University is choosing to have...

Working from home brings big changes

MaCayela Hanks, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2020

Our world is dealing with a pandemic, COVID-19. This pandemic has brought many changes along with much unity.  On March 13th Arizona was presented with an order of stay to be in effect until April 11th. “All persons may leave their place of residence only for essential activities” the Governor...

The rising unemployment among teens

New Dutch Bros. on Val Vista set to open on April 28.

Vivian Duong, A&E Editor

April 12, 2020

With the important stress among social distancing to contain the growing pandemic of COVID-19, jobs have become an issue to many individuals, whether it be finding work or to now being at an unemployment status.  “I’ve definitely thought about trying to find another job,” senior Kenneth Scott expl...

Mindfulness being spread through YouTube

photo courtesy of Creative Commons

Tiffany Martinez, staff reporter

April 12, 2020

Self isolation and social distancing for months is what the world has come to. While staying self isolated does help  prevent the virus from spreading, it does come with negatives. It can cause loneliness and make people feel trapped, but now that technology is more prominent than ever, people ar...

Special education teachers adapt to online schooling

Self contained teacher Alexis Myers created a YouTube video for her students demonstrating methods to do laundry. The video was apart of the Unique Learning Systems curriculum.

Anna Myers, Features Editor

April 12, 2020

After schools were shut down by Governor Ducey, as a step towards stopping the spread of COVID-19 and protecting Arizonians, most students took a week to adapt to online schooling platforms and have established a routine to get their work accomplished. Likewise, most teachers have set up their Google classr...

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