The Precedent

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Equity program’s aim is that “every student can be successful,” and is not political, district says

Senior Sareya Taylor speaks on the student panel sponsored by the YES program for Perry faculty members at the October staff meeting. It was an opportunity for teachers to ask questions about equity in the classroom and get students’  responses.

Anna Myers, Features Editor

November 15, 2019

Are you legal? Oh. You’re planning on going to college? These kinds of questions are a common weekly occurrence for senior Sareya Taylor.  Taylor is Native American, and this story is not an unusual one. Over the past two years, the Chandler Unified School District has been working to subme...

Guide for incoming freshmen

Jessica Lee, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2019

Welcome freshmen! Starting high school is a big step on your academic journey, but it is tough to be the smallest of fish in Perry’s huge pond. Luckily there are plenty of people who have been there and can look back and tell you the do’s and don’ts for a successful freshman year.  Care about ...

Couples on campus

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

You would never guess that the kid who sits across the room in your eighth grade grade Algebra two class would end up being your highschool sweetheart. Especially a zero hour class. Nevertheless, seniors Amanda Federico and Matt O’Neal found love in this hopeless place. The couple, who starte...

Eric Rygiel brings energy to campus during his first year

Mr Rygiel calls on a student in his geometry class.

India Buckner, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2017

The Perry campus is awash with faculty whose unique experiences undoubtedly contribute to the school’s identity. Since the school’s conception, many staff members have come and gone bringing their stories and spirit with them. The newest addition to the campus is math teacher Eric Rygiel, married to...

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