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Inclusion is a necessity– not a burden

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Opinions

We have the privilege to witness and live through a historical moment. Revolutions of the past are built on comprehensive action and profound change, and our battle against discrimination is no exception. The fight for inclusion for individuals with special needs -- in all aspects of our lives as stu...

Point/Counterpoint: Kneeling for National Anthem

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Imagine standing in your driveway, being forcefully interrogated by armed officers. You reach for your cell phone, unclear of the situation and desperately attempting to reach out to someone for help. The police feel threatened and unaware that you are unarmed, they decide to shoot; five times to be exac...

Tya Mounlachack

Tya Mounlachack

September 4, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

Tya Mounlachack is a junior at Perry High school and a first year on the newspaper staff, Mounlachack is the opinons editor, dance writer, and the Snapchat director. She is also a third year DECA member and loves hanging out with her friends.

Lack of distinction in STEM hoods upsetting

Lack of distinction in STEM hoods upsetting

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Let’s get one thing straight: there is a difference between STEM Diploma and STEM Scholar. At graduation, there is no physical distinction between the two levels of STEM and that has caused a lot of unrest among Scholars. We have worked hard for four long years, taking extra classes and all hono...

Boos & Hoorays: 2017-18 one for the (history) books

Precedent Staff

May 23, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Twenty-eighteen has become a historic year before even reaching June. The country has seen activism by students and teachers alike, the anticipation of another royal wedding, and an internet meme as divisive as “the dress” in the Laurel versus Yanny debate. With this much happening in the first part...

Moving graduation loses sentiment of seniors’ last hurrah on Perry campus

Mia Irvin, Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Freshman year we stepped onto Perry’s campus as 14-year-olds who didn’t know the lunchroom from the library. We gradually got our feet on the ground, and found our tribes. We joined clubs and tried out for sports teams and auditioned for plays and dance concerts. We became apart of the Perry cultu...

Nostalgia aside, Wells Fargo is best option for Gilbert-sized families

Lauren Fountain, Opinions Editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Picture this: it’s graduation. The night you have worked the past thirteen years to get to, the moment where your accomplishments of adolescence peak. You show up to the stadium, and parking is obsolete. Your aunts and uncles have to park a mile away, and your elderly great-grandmother has to walk t...

Top 5: Opinions Section

Mia Irvin, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2018


Filed under Opinions

2018 has been an intense school year. The headlines were dominated by a new controversial event daily, which means debates were heated and issues were divisive. But throughout all this chaos, people united under common opinions and found solace in one another’s understanding. The Precedent has compiled a list of our top op...

A Minute with Mia: #RedForEd gave Ariz. teachers due recognition

A Minute with Mia: #RedForEd gave Ariz. teachers due recognition

Mia Irvin, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Teachers made history by calling out sick. At first glance, this statement seems like a farce. But it is true. On April 26, teachers across Ariz. united under the movement called #RedForEd, and made history by initiating the very first strike of the state’s educators. 78 percent of teachers said t...

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