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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...

History of H.O.P.E

Sabrina Digne and Lauren Ludwig November 7, 2021

After being in quarantine for months on end, nearly everyone was dying to get back to normal by the end of 2020. Seeing friends, taking family vacations, and resuming normal social activities were at the...

COVID-19 regulations are safer for all students

COVID-19 regulations are safer for all students

Madeleine Nseir, Editor August 30, 2021

As schools navigate between finding a new normal or shifting back to pre-covid procedures, the question still stands: is it time to go back to normal? Student activities, including sports, performances,...

Seal of Arts Proficiency makes its way to campus

Sabrina Digne, Sports Editor August 6, 2021

The Fine Arts Seal of Proficiency is an award in the form of a seal that students can be awarded on their diplomas that has only been around for three years. Chandler Unified School District started awarding...

Dance teacher Fara Sadler was presented her plaque after winning Arizona Dance Educator of the Year. Sadler has been teaching dance since she was in college and has been involved with dance since she was in 8th grade.

Dance teacher wins “Arizona Dance Educator of the Year”

Sabrina Digne, Staff Reporter May 14, 2021

For over 20 years, Fara Sadler has been teaching dance to students and enhancing the love each one has for the art. She teaches beginning and intermediate dance as well as choreography/improv and is also...

As the student government elections for class officers wrap up, Perry will see who will be apart of representing each class in student government.

Student council class officer votes come in

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter May 6, 2021

On April 29 and 30, StuGo held voting for next year’s class officer positions. The votes have been tallied up and the incoming senior, junior, and sophomore officers have been selected, with the exception...

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...

Associate superintendent for support services Frank Fletcher answers questions from the governing board. Fletcher presented the internet portion of the agenda.

Governing board meeting discusses prevalent community issues

Ashlyn Miner, News Editor March 25, 2021

The Chandler-Unified School District board meeting opened at 7 pm with the usual roll call and pledge of allegiance followed by a brief moment of silence, acknowledging victims of the recent violence....

CFO Lana Berry outlines the districts budget in response to COVID-19. The district has spent 18.5 million dollars on mitigation.

Covering the cost of COVID-19

Anna Myers, Managing Editor February 11, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic seems to have left nothing unscathed. Sports, events, classwork- the school day as we have known it has changed dramatically and quickly.  The same can be said of the Chandler...

Touring through a screen, CTE tours go virtual

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter December 17, 2020

COVID-19 is still a prevalent issue at Perry. The pandemic has greatly affected many different activities. Another activity the virus has disrupted was the CTE Tours for incoming freshmen.  These tours...

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