The Precedent

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Students Join Clubs for Wrong Reasons

Students Join Clubs for Wrong Reasons

Paige Luedtke, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

"Students are abusing the opportunities clubs allow for by joining them for inappropriate reasons."

Special Needs Education Program helps Perry’s Environment

MaCayela Hanks, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2019

Special Education is an integral part of education, not a separate ordeal. The function of Special Education Program (SPED) is to “provide appropriate instruction using alternate academic state standards and on building academic, functional, social and communication skills so that students can be su...

‘Tis the season to give back

At StuGo's Smiles for the Season, kids are amused by performances from the Moveo Dance Company and Jazz choir to kick-off their day.

Sydney Wolfe, News Editor

December 18, 2018

As students begin to deck the halls with the sound of Christmas in the air, many can look to their communities this holiday season. Perry is spreading Christmas cheer by giving back to its community. With clubs on campus partnering with charities alike, students are raising money and accepting donatio...

Football teammates come to help after house fire

The remains of the Edjorian family's house later in the day.

Kayla Gee, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2017

Everyone has woken up to a bad morning start: a car alarm from the street, barking dogs, thunder from a storm. For sophomore Alex Edjorian, he woke up to smoke and fire at 3 a.m. on Sept. 3. Unknown causes started the fire in the family garage, quickly penetrating the walls. The flames eating way ...

Baseball camp for a better cause

Coach Damien Tippett teaches Trajen Curtis (7) how to hit a baseball at the Catchers' Crushing Cancer Clinic on Sept. 19. Curtis, a CUSD second grader, is a cancer survivor.

Ernesto Chacon, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2015

Training camps for sports can be a very profitable business that often treads a fine line between taking advantage of young athletes, and guiding them in the right direction. The baseball program, who wanted to host a camp for catchers, decided to take the money from the camp and put it back in the CUSD c...

College: smaller schools benefit with sense of community

Lani Dekker, Features Editor

May 22, 2013

High school is quickly coming to a close for seniors this year. The hustle and bustle of graduation, college scouting and finishing last minute applications has had some students thinking “where do I want to go?” When picking colleges, something one should keep in mind the size of the school. Many ...

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