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Summer Assignments: What Gives?

Summer Assignments: What Gives?

Cameron Martin, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

With about one-third of students being in at least one honors or AP class, a lot of us are no stranger to summer assignments. One of the objectives of summer books and packets is to prepare students for the types of learning themes they will be tackling next year while reviewing last year’s content...

Civics test: Arizona graduation requirement

Michelle Bolden, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under News

How many U.S. senators are there? In what month do we vote for the president? These are some of the many questions that students will need to know the answer to in order to graduate. Governor Doug Ducey was sworn into office in January of this year and only weeks later he mandated the American Civics Ac...

Open Enrollment open doors for students

Valerie Burgess, Staff Reporter

January 20, 2015


Filed under News

Buzzing through the halls of Perry, any student is observant of the overcrowding of an ever growing school. Shoulder to shoulder, the clumps of students anxiously rushing to their next class is slowed by the limited room. What many may not realize is the majority of Pumas are in boundaries, however,...

New Infinite Campus update allows for effortless ease

New Infinite Campus update allows for effortless ease

Valerie Burgess, Staff Reporter

November 17, 2014


Filed under News

In the midst of a digital generation, the school district is striving to be on the cutting-edge of technology with the new features on its online grade book -- Infinite Campus. The Infinite Campus app, which was first introduced to students and parents last fall, recently debuted a new feature that...

New CUSD High School to open July 2015

Valerie Burgess, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2014


Filed under News

With the growth of Chandler Unified School District, many of the high schools and junior high schools have climbed to over one thousand students. With the overwhelming amount of students at each of the schools, there is a proposed solution with the advent of a new secondary school. The purpose of...

District arts show displays student talent

District arts show displays student talent

Paige Coakley, Photo Editor, Staff Writer

May 19, 2014


Filed under Entertainment

Hidden in their small wing of the school, Perry’s art department is becoming a state and district favorite in all art fields. Recently at a district wide art showcase, held at the Chandler Center for the Arts on Wednesday, April 23, multiple Puma students left victorious against fellow district...

CUSD denies PHS of film study 4

Kevin Chadwick, Writer

March 7, 2014


Filed under Entertainment

Key Club is preparing for their annual Relay for Life event on May 2-3. The relay is an event to support families affected by cancer and with Coach Todd Rodgers’ fight with cancer, the event impacts Perry more than ever. “It’s not a fundraiser for Key Club, but we raise the money to go to [the...

Excelling AIMS scores; A+ award shows progress

Excelling AIMS scores; A+ award shows progress

Rachel Lattin, A & E Editor

May 22, 2013


Filed under News

In its six years of establishment, Perry has grown immensely, in both size and academic prestige. Recently, two events have further improved the reputation of the school: the results of test scores and the reception of a statewide honor. In late February, sophomores took the first two sections of the Arizon...

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