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STEM requirements changed due to COVID-19

Junior Michelle Yoo

Lindsey Harrison, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2020

According to Mr. Mann, “Mr. Greene canceled the workshop requirement, at this stage the job shadow requirement is still in place”. Students who have already registered and paid for the workshop will be refunded.

COVID-19 hits the cheer industry

COVID-19 hits the cheer industry

Jalyn Knight, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2020

The pandemic which has been rapidly spreading throughout the nation within the past few weeks has affected nearly every single individual in one way or another. Major cities such as New York or Las Vegas have gone completely dark. Grocery stores are busier than they have ever been with ransacked shelve...

Seniors’ thoughts on graduation

Seniors' thoughts on graduation

Gavin Brennan, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2020

With the Coronavirus pandemic in the beginning phases it is advised that communities work to prevent the spread of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advised that large groups should only consist of 250 people. Graduation ceremonies hold more people than the recommended max...

Thornton talks economics, online schooling

Trent Thornton teaches economics. He is now one of many teachers adapting to school closures.

Lydia Hampton

April 5, 2020

From online schooling to adapting assignments to each student’s need, it is no secret that teachers have been thrown into shouldering the toll of this pandemic. However, couple the unpredictability of online learning with the ever-changing future for food and hospitality service, and the weight of the ...

ACT and SAT, what is happening to them

Dayton Jones, Sports editor

April 5, 2020

The impact the coronavirus has had on schools has been huge, closing down for the rest of the year, and changing the way many things relating to the rest of the school year are being done. One of those being the ACT that was supposed to be occurring this month. “ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national...

Language classes transition to online learning

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Vivian Duong, A&E Editor

April 5, 2020

Due to the pandemic of COVID-19, students have been switching over from a classroom environment to online classes to practice social distancing from others. However, the transition had a rough start, where teachers now need to work on a schedule that is accustomed to their student’s needs.  “You ...

How students are coping with coronavirus pandemic

One of the empty Perry parking lots, a common sight after the school shut downs across Arizona.

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2020

In the current state of the world, dealing with a sudden quarantine at the hands of the large coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Doug Ducey made the final decision to shut down all Arizona schools and continue online. In these odd times, students and teachers alike are caught in a whirlwind of unknowns and ...

Arizona’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Roman Valenzuela, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2020

With Governor Doug Ducey calling a statewide lockdown on Tuesday, March 31, he cements the authority of Coronavirus throughout Arizona. All nonessential businesses must commence all possible functions online. The order came down after he was advised by Dr. Cara Christ, Director of the Arizona Departm...

Many people rely on food delivery services during stay-at-home order

Jaidyn DeStefano Alai, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak has sparked new concerns for many businesses especially food delivering services. People all around the world are told to stay at least six feet apart from others to avoid this possibly lethal virus but questions arise when you are in the food delivery business. A stay-at...

College Board allowing AP tests during Covid-19 pandemic

College Board allowing AP tests during Covid-19 pandemic

Tiffany Martinez, staff reporter

April 5, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic that has spread worldwide at an alarming rate has caused drastic changes no one saw coming. Businesses and schools shut down, major cities have gone into lock down for months. It is a movie in real life. With non-essential businesses shutting down to prevent this pandemic from spreading...

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