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Student doing homework outside of the school in order to catch up with her assignments.

Normal frightens rather than comforts

Presley Plant, Managing Editor August 14, 2022

Hearing that the school year of 2022-2023 is “the reset year” after all of the many unpredictable events that erupted during the seniors' high school experience (coronavirus, online schooling, teacher...

Labor-shortages, CDC-changes, five-day-quarantine, oh my!

Labor-shortages, CDC-changes, five-day-quarantine, oh my!

Saydria Ostler, News Editor January 14, 2022

In May 2020, the demand for workers dropped significantly. Because of the drop in available jobs, the number of people unwilling to work went unnoticed. That is until the last eight months, when the demand...

The omicron variant is the latest opponent in the battle against the coronavirus. Countries across the globe have had mixed responses as they deal with the unknown variables that come with the new variant.

Introducing ‘fifth wave’ in fight against coronavirus

Saydria Ostler, News Editor December 3, 2021

Ever the opportunist, the coronavirus comes back swinging with a new variant: the omicron. The emergence of the omicron variant is in line with many predictions from scientists warning about low vaccination...

AP Biology trip to Catalina brings excitement and worries about COVID, weather,  and the oil spill off the coast of California.

Trip to Catalina Island brings feelings of worry, excitement

Meghan McGowan, Photo Editor October 22, 2021

AP Biology students have the opportunity to go to Catalina to experience interactive biology through different labs that involve Catalina's ecosystem. The trip includes different lab stations, hiking,...

Cello players Anvita Limaye and Sienna Weikel perform as members of the Symphonic Orchestra. The orchestra performed a variety of pieces, led by their director Dr. Dopp.

Orchestra debut concert; return to normalcy

Sophie Barkett, Reviews/ Opinions editor October 3, 2021

The Orchestra's fall concert is titled, “Concert Debut”, and features Perry’s concert, symphonic, and chamber orchestra. There was no specific theme to the performances, however the overall nature...

COVID-19 regulations should continue to be relaxed

COVID-19 regulations should continue to be relaxed

Tyler Blandin, Website Editor August 27, 2021

Opinion: COVID-19 regulations should continue to be relaxed Students need a return to normalcy. Prom. Homecoming. Assemblies. To deny students these events is to rob them of their high school experience....

Productivity enhanced by with traditional schedule

Productivity enhanced by with traditional schedule

Meghan McGowan, Staff Reporter August 6, 2021

The start of the 2021-2022  school year brings back many routines that have not been practiced since before COVID, including  traditional school days. It has been over a year since students and teachers...

The end of the year academic awards system has changed; now being centered around a students GPA.

New academic award systems allow more students to be recognized

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter April 23, 2021

It has been a little over a year since big events like prom and graduation were canceled. However, some of these events are making a comeback, one of which being the end-of-year academic awards. In...

Class of 2021 walking out of the gates of Perry High school.

Graduation moves from ASU to Perry after vaccination distribution takes over arena

Sophia Hawkins, staff reporter April 23, 2021

This year’s graduation ceremony, which has been held the past couple of years at Arizona State University’s Desert Financial Arena, has been moved to the Perry football stadium after a vaccination...

As spring progresses, college results have come out in waves, ranging from the beginning of March to the beginning of April. Most likely due to the removal of standardized tests, there has been a large increase in college applications, which in turn made getting in much harder than before.

With removal of standardized test requirements, college application rates increase

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2021

College letters are being sent out to students worldwide, carrying news of rejection, acceptance, or the middle ground: the waitlist. With the pandemic’s prominent presence in 2020, the class of 2021...

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