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Rodent problem in D and E building turns teachers into on campus exterminators

Rodent problem in D and E building turns teachers into on campus exterminators

Daisy Ramirez, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

The idea of mice being in anyway relevant to Perry can be unsettling for some, however, it is a situation with cause for concern. Compared to other schools, our sanitation has a good reputation and it is not absurd for even the best schools to have some kind of flaw in the system. Unfortunately for u...

Chandler unified talent show impacts Perry’s community

Chandler unified talent show impacts Perry’s community

Daisy Ramirez, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

The annual Chandler Unified Talent Show was held on Friday Oct. 27th, in Perry's auditorium. Hearing all the singing and cheering along with the views of dancing, applause and an auditorium filled with endless smiling faces is sure to warm the heart. Planned by self-contained teacher Heidi Peek and mostly organiz...

Three-quarter shots break tradition of professional headshots

Callie Nagel, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2017


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The school yearbook, everyone’s favorite thing to drop a hot seventy-five dollars on at the end of the year. It’s a lasting memory for the previous year, and for seniors, high school entirely. The senior yearbook photos have been up for debate in terms of their new design ideas, a three-quarter...

New shots allow students to express themselves through fashion choices

Morgan Cleary, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2017


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The yearbook is a place to memorialize one’s school year; from sports pages to student life, every page changes. This change includes the senior portraits, which have gone from a traditional headshot to a three-quarter photo. Rather than getting a simple headshot from the shoulders up, seniors get to choose ...

Cross country makes personal bests in Calif.

October 13, 2017


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The average person probably starts their day with a cup of coffee or a nice warm shower. But imagine waking up at the crack of dawn every morning to start your day with a 10 mile run. For the cross country team, that happens to be a reality. While many spent the homecoming weekend getting re...

Shattering Lives

Shattering Lives

Callie Nagel, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2017


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More and more teens are facing mental disorders such as anxiety and depression, which far too often results in an individual attempting or committing suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of overall suicides has increased from 29,199 in 1999, to 42,773 in ...

Megan Linden

September 29, 2017


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Megan Linden is a junior in the Journalism class. Linden loves writing about the music and sport programs on campus. Linden hopes to go to Northern Arizona University after high school and pursue a career in journalism.

Michael McKinzie

Michael McKinzie

September 27, 2017


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Michael McKinzie is a Senior in the introduction to journalism class. McKinzie loves writing about sports at school and enjoys interviewing fellow students on campus. McKinzie enjoys sports so much, that he aspires to be a sports writer or commentator when he is older.

Carter Richey

September 27, 2017


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Carter Richey is a freshman and in his 1st year of journalism. Richey enjoys to write about sports, politics and big up and coming news break outs. Richey a baseball player wanting to make it big also enjoys to workout and talk about sports and politics....

Jonathan Garcia

Jonathan Garcia

September 27, 2017


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Jonathan Garcia is in his 4th year in high school and a first year in journalism. Garcia enjoys writing small articles about the school and opinion based writing. Aside from listening to music everyday, Garcia loves to talk to friends and watching movies.

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