The Precedent

Working their way back to the top of their league

River Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Sports

As the E-sports scene is making its debut at Perry, the Rocket League team is currently 2nd in the West Coast, but the team is expecting to steal the first-place throne back. The title of number one on the West Coast was once in Perry’s clutches, however just this past week they let it slip away ...

Perry says goodbye to more than just our seniors

Breanna Latt, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2016

Filed under Features, News

Throughout the year, many students have become aware that some of their favorite teachers are making the decision to take some time off. For Spanish teacher Carina De La Torre, this decision was extremely difficult for her. De La Torre explains that the last few years of dropping off her 3 year-ol...

Robotics team travels to Michigan; places top-20 in national competition

Robotics team travels to Michigan; places top-20 in national competition

Dayna Miller, Managing Editor

May 19, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase

Two F1 in Schools teams for the 5th hour robotics class flew to Detroit, Mich. on Thurs. May 12. The two teams, Seismic Racing and the Four Horsemen, placed 13th and 16th in the nation, respectively. May 13, teams from both the U.S. and Canada convened at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn,...

Voting trends in the new age: does political individuality exist?

Voting trends in the new age: does political individuality exist?

Karson Hentges, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2016

Filed under News

It’s 2016, and as the United States faces the upcoming election of a new president, every vote counts, even before the actual election period begins. What that means for the front running candidates is this: they need to do everything possible to appeal to their voters. Bernie Sanders, one of the two...

Perry’s “Go Green Week” changes the way students think

Karson Hentges, Emily Narducci, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2015

Filed under News

With a world fueled by gasoline and polluted by the very people that built it up, the Earth is a precious, yet very vulnerable place. The privilege of living on this mecca of opportunities may be something for adults and children alike can take for granted, but this definitely is not the case for everyone. ...

STEM receives Golden Bell Award

Dayna Miller, Opinion's Editor

February 10, 2015

Filed under News

On Dec. 10-12, 2014 nearly 700 Arizona School Board members gathered in Phoenix for the 57th joint annual conference of the Arizona School Boards Association and the Arizona School Administrators Superintendents’ Division. Recipients of the Golden Bell Award have shown outstanding success in student...

Catalina Islands Adventure

Catalina Islands Adventure

Kacee Perry, Staff Reporter

November 17, 2014

Filed under News

Located on the coast of California, the Catalina Islands is a place of discovery, where many go to vacation and learn about the islands’ history and massive aquatic life. For Perry High school students, it has been a trip of a lifetime. AP Biology and AP Environmental Science classes took a trip on ...

Teachers help students remember tragedy

Ellie Wendt, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2014

Filed under News

With the memory of the bombing of September 11 only growing older, many teachers are taking a stand to commemorate this tragic event in our history by continuing to teach students the importance of the date. Many history teachers incorporated the event of September 11, 2001 into their lesson, feeling...

Prominent Teachers Leaving Their Position

Ryan Coleman and Rodger Bennett

May 21, 2013

Filed under Features, News

     As another school year comes to a close, nine more faculty members are descending from Puma nation, including JJ Chandler, Dennis Mitchell, and Stephanie Morgan.     Chandler has been teaching here since the beginning of Perry-- for six years-- and he has been in charge of the history depa...

Prominent coaches leaving posts

Prominent coaches leaving posts

Roger Bennett and Ryan Coleman

March 7, 2013

Filed under News, Sports

Three varsity head coaches have told administration that they will not be returning to coach in the 2013-14 school year. Two of the coaches - girls’ basketball coach, Richard Trujillo, and boys’ soccer coach, Jim Vanney - have been at their respective positions since the school opened in 2007. Shasta...

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