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Anatomy Teacher Advocates for a Chair Overhaul

Anatomy Teacher Advocates for a Chair Overhaul

Jackie Rosales, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018


Filed under News

Stools with backings have been ordered for this classroom but it is NOT for aesthetic purposes or decorum, instead it is in regards to fainting students. Human biology, soon to be renamed human anatomy and physiology, is becoming more than acquainted with fainting students. “In 18 years I've on...

‘Character Matters’ implemented across all CUSD athletic programs

‘Character Matters’ implemented across all CUSD athletic programs

India Buckner, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Double Truck, Showcase

A person’s character can say a lot about them. It can shed light on how they were raised, if they are a team player, and can even foreshadow who they might be in the future. Sound character is extremely important on any team, and in the wake of the Hamilton High School football hazing incident...

New PHS sport set in sand

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

As the population of Perry has grown, so has the number of extracurricular activities and athletic teams. One such example of this growth is the newest addition to the athletic program, a sand volleyball team. According to principal Dan Serrano, “Sand volleyball is an option for schools. It’s on ...

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