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A guide for back to school face masks

Students hang out, while following the CDC's guidelines on  face masks.

Logan Cogley, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2020

With the recent announcement that students will be returning on October 13th, many of the students, families, and staff have been asking questions regarding face masks. Therefore, this is the perfect time to make sure to know what the CDC recommends for our safety, which masks are best to use and how s...


Left to right: Jakob Shapiro and his '99 Mustang GT; Isabela Olivarez and her '75 Beetle; Andy Gongora and his '89 Firebird; Andrew Drake and his '09 Miata MX-5; Bailey Davis and her '14 Mustang

Cameron Martin, Double Truck Editor

April 25, 2018

Listen to the excellent stories behind students' cars and a few tip and trick you can apply  down the road!

Six important steps for buying a new or used car

Cameron Martin, Double Truck Editor

April 25, 2018

Know your price range. Not only does knowing your price range give you a good place to start, but it also keeps your head out of the clouds. You don’t want to find a nice car with everything you love, only to find it’s a few hundred, or even thousand more than you had planned to spend.   ...

Passion and pride through performance

Cameron Martin, Double Truck Editor

April 25, 2018

Cars aren’t just for driving. Not just for getting to school or work, for picking up groceries. They’re not just tools. Who says they have to be practical, fuel efficient, or even aerodynamic? For so many, our cars are more than that. Even at our own high school, a unique and diverse car cultu...

Safety drills not just for students and staff

SOURCE: Precedent student poll

Emily Narducci, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2016

Students, faculty, and even first responders practice safety drills such as fire drills and lockdowns in order to prepare for the potential disasters that can occur. These drills serve as a foundation for most emergency situations in school. State law requires one fire drill per month and two lockdowns pe...

Perry’s Best; Football

Quarterback Alec Monte drops back to pass and looks for an open receiver.

Mike McGilton, Staff Writer

May 20, 2014

Alec Monte started the football season as the backup quarterback. However, a few games into the year, he was pushed into the starting quarterback role after the original starter suffered a season ending injury. Monte had a productive year at quarterback recording a completion percentage of .501. Monte...

Campus security questionable in times of violence

Marisa Costagliola and Rachel Lattin

February 11, 2013

Due to a recent devastation, the nation’s demand for secure school campuses  has intensified. There is now uncertainty to whether our school, or any other school in the nation, provides a safe learning environment for students. In reaction to the shooting at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary...

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