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SPECIAL REPORT: Students sound off ideas for returning to school

Nadine Loureiro and Lindsey Harrison

June 22, 2020

On a Zoom call, one month away from the scheduled start of school, a group of students discussed the ideas presented at the recent CUSD governing board study session regarding how to handle returning to school under COVID-19 conditions. Within the call there was a total of nine students: freshmen Eli...

Fine Arts Decade Wrap Up

Fine Arts Decade Wrap Up

Kiley Newby and Vivian Duong

December 13, 2019

As the year comes to an end and with the decade wrapping up, we are leaving behind a lot of memories for the fine arts program. In the last decade there has been a variety of achievements for every aspect of fine arts that the school provides. As the year comes to an end, it is only proper to look back ...

Regimented plan

The Regiment warms up before playing at Friday's game

Lindsey Harrison, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

The Puma Regiment is one of the largest, hardest-working programs on campus. This group of 101 students compete across the state, perform during all home varsity football games, and get the Puma Nation hyped up on a regular basis. Throughout the course of a typical week, the students dedicate 15 hours...


Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019

Perry Orchestra Students Qualify for Regionals: Recently auditions were held to qualify for regionals band or orchestra in the second to last week of January. Several students who auditioned were able to be chosen through hard work and talent. Students who play cellos or violins had a lot of competition...

Twist on the typical winter concert

Choir students perform

Isabel Behrendt, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

The orchestra and choir winter concerts proved to be a unique blend of music and talent that showcased Perry’s most gifted musicians. Fine arts performances tend to set the mood for the holiday season. Each group sang or played a variety of holiday or classical compositions.The warmth of the holiday carols, a...

Perry’s best: concert bands

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2017

Brandon Hermreck Eleven years ago, a young Brandon Hermreck began his musical career after getting his hands on his father’s guitar. He was the first of his family to take interest in the field, so much so that he picked up the alto saxophone in fifth grade, then bass guitar, followed by tenor saxo...

History teacher pursues musical passion

History teacher pursues musical passion

Nikki Soto, Staff reporter

May 21, 2017

  Teachers strive to motivate students to follow their passions, no matter how abstract they may seem. U.S. and World History teacher Paul Kreutz does this by embodying what it means to make a dream reality. A dedicated teacher and devoted musician, Kreutz is able to start the day sharin...

Jazz band proves skills at annual NAU Festival

Jazz band proves skills at annual NAU Festival

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2017

Jazz musicians Brandon Hermreck and Nini Coracides know how to perform under pressure, after all, they’ve been doing it throughout their entire high school careers. On Feb. 24-25, the senior and sophomore - as well as the rest of the jazz band - traveled to the annual Northern Arizona Universit...

Band begins recruitment for upcoming season

Sarah Cheang, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2017

The Perry High School band program awaits new students every year to aid in developing the music scene. To move this process along and guarantee enrollment, band director Brandon Kiesgen visits junior high schools during registration season to recruit future members. Kiesgen and current Perry band ...

The student voice of Perry High School