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English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

Nadine Loureiro and Sydney Wolfe

November 15, 2018


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Literature is the key to learning different aspects of life, including the past. Sophomores in regular English classes were tasked with reading one of the works of Markus Zusak, The Book Thief. The novel takes place in Germany during World War II, telling the story of a young girl named Liesel Meminger...

Ordering Yearbooks by Deadline is the Only Way To Ensure Getting One

Hayley Crosby, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2017


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Posters decorate the halls, advertising yearbooks and when to order them by. Yet, every year students are left scrambling to pick up a yearbook before they sell out. Last year, many students were not able to receive a yearbook for the year of 2016 because they did not order by the deadline, upsetting man...

Record rain does not shut down CUSD

Record rain does not shut down CUSD

Sarah Campbell, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2014


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Streets flooded, interstates shut down, cars trapped in three feet of water, but where are the students of the Chandler Unified School District? They are at school. On September 8, Arizona broke its record for its wettest day in history, leaving many wondering why the Chandler district did not cancel...

The student voice of Perry High School
Erika Stueber