The Precedent

New Coaches Spark Excitement Around Perry Campus

Ryan Coleman, Staff Writer

April 22, 2013

The departure of three coaches will be replaced with new ,fresh faces. The girls’ volleyball coach will be replaced by winning coach Fred Mann, the girls’ basketball coach is getting closer to attaining Peter Salazar, and boys’ soccer is in the process of getting a coach. Fred Mann coached a...

Flipside grad night promises fun and numerous activities

Sydney Redman, Staff Writer

April 22, 2013

Grad Night, being hosted May 30,  is an overnight event for the seniors; from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m., Flipside is the host for the night. Flipside, at 4874 S. Val Vista Drive, Gilbert, AZ 85298. , will feature a variety of activities and booths to keep the masses up all night. Check-in begins at 11:30 p.m....

New year gives new opportunities to choir and drama departments

Stevie Tomaszewski, Staff Writer

February 11, 2013

The beginning of a new school year brings the startup of new events and opportunities for the choir and drama departments. Even at the start of the school year, both are diligently working on developing new opportunities for students as well as preparing for performances. Already in the first quarter,...

New froyo shop opens close to home

Stevie Tomaszewski, Staff Writer

January 25, 2013

Amidst the profusion of fast-food restaurants nestled on the corner of Val Vista and Queen Creek is a frozen yogurt joint that recently opened named Snowgurt. One is instantly drawn to the violet covered walls and seemingly friendly yeti mascot as well as the convenience of its location a hop and a skip...

Paige Coakley

Paige Coakley

January 15, 2013

Paige Coakley is in her Senior year at Perry High School. She is a returning newspaper student  for the 3rd consecutive year. Her background includes being a staff writer, photography editor, and the 2014-2015 Editor in Chief. She has won four state awards in her first year of newspaper earning one...

End of an era for tape sculptures

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

December 12, 2011

For some, tape sculptures are not only tradition, but are a part of them, a part they would hate to lose. But as time goes on, art teacher Sharon Biemond finds the task becoming more and more worrisome. “It is questionable [whether or not the tape sculptures will be continued next year]. The project may...

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