The Precedent

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A rise in deep equity clubs

Norma Rios is seen helping an ELL student with homework. She works with the ELLs at the end of each school day.

Vivian Duong, A&E Editor

November 8, 2019

The deep equity movement has slowly come across campus, stressing on the importance of equality to provide an inclusive environment to individuals. In the attempts to seeing more diversity among schools, equality for all have been prevalent in several clubs.  “The deep equity movement is moving slowly...

Deep Equity; A Stride Forward for Education

Deep Equity; A Stride Forward for Education

Grant Williams

December 16, 2018

As well-intentioned as the educational philosophy of past generations and its admonition to “not see” color or religion or any other descriptor of background may be, this attitude of instruction is becoming increasingly incongruous with a rapidly diversifying America. To many, such a phrase constitu...

Seeing Red: Teachers With teacher walk-out looming, schools & state seem miles apart

Mia Irvin and Lauren Fountain

April 25, 2018

To teach is to inspire a generation. But what happens when those who teach are tired of being underpaid? Va. was a spark, with teachers striking for nine days, inspiring Ky. and Okla., closely followed by Ariz. Educators in the Grand Canyon State first painted the state #RedForEd, a movement born o...

Graduate returns to be a Spanish teacher

Jones teaching his first hour class

Madi Kimball, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2016

The tables have turned and little did he know he would end up right back where he received his high school education. Spanish teacher Jacob Jones is the first teacher to work at Perry after graduating here in 2011. After stepping back onto campus towards the beginning of 2016 getting experience in the...

The student voice of Perry High School
Norma Rios