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SPECIAL REPORT: Students sound off ideas for returning to school

Nadine Loureiro and Lindsey Harrison

June 22, 2020

On a Zoom call, one month away from the scheduled start of school, a group of students discussed the ideas presented at the recent CUSD governing board study session regarding how to handle returning to school under COVID-19 conditions. Within the call there was a total of nine students: freshmen Eli...

EDITORIAL: Dear Class of 2020

My cap and graduation announcement. All 950 PHS graduates have earned these, even though so much has been taken from us. The class of '20 is tough and resilient, and will be stronger for surviving this pandemic.

Amira Johnson, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2020

The last four years have been wild, eventful, and unforgettable, to say the least. Each year has been a different challenge for all 950 graduates in the Class of 2020. We have all come such a long way. Adjusting from 8th grade to high school at first was not easy. It was new turf that we all had ...

Seniors should not be robbed of memories

Seniors should not be robbed of memories

Amira Johnson, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

Senior year is the last year of high school, the year before everyone moves on with their lives whether it is going to college or beginning life as an adult. Seniors planned on coming back from spring break to finish out the semester. The spring is where all the big events for seniors occur.  Unfortu...

Seniors want fourth quarter events, district says no plans have been made

Seniors gather at the class of 2017 graduation. In the past, graduation was held at Perry's football stadium, but the ceremony has since been moved to ASU. This year, seniors ponder how graduation will be held in the midst of social distancing.

Anna Myers, Features Editor

May 3, 2020

Ever since Gov. Doug Ducey closed Arizona schools through the remainder of the school year, seniors across the state have been mourning their last year in high school and wondering whether or not their fourth quarter events will ever come to fruition. Seton Catholic answered this question for their senior class wit...

Choir students keep working during quarantine

Jazz choir after their performance in the NAU Jazz Madrigal festival from Feb. 6-8.

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2020

There are a variety of talented groups of people that walk on campus, the range goes throughout various forms of the arts. One group in particular is choir. There are different groups within choir, from concert to advanced women's to jazz, but every member shares the same passion for singing.  Yet, ...

How students are coping with coronavirus pandemic

One of the empty Perry parking lots, a common sight after the school shut downs across Arizona.

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2020

In the current state of the world, dealing with a sudden quarantine at the hands of the large coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Doug Ducey made the final decision to shut down all Arizona schools and continue online. In these odd times, students and teachers alike are caught in a whirlwind of unknowns and ...

Link Crew helps incoming freshmen start the new school year

Link Crew holds a banner at freshmen orientation, familiarizing the freshmen with the campus.

September 28, 2018

The new class of freshmen are being given more opportunities by Link Crew this year to help stay connected within the new school year. The members are finding ways such as giving informations on football games, to giving the new students a new friend on campus. Instituting connections can “give a sense ...

The Class of 2018

The Class of 2018

Cameron Martin, Double Truck Editor

May 23, 2018

We are the Class of 2018. We are Brave, Social, Champions, Ambitious, Dangerous, Motivated, Divided, Hopeful, Activists. We are Seniors. We are Graduates.

Top 5 percent prepares to speak at graduation

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018

Seniors have one thing on their mind right now: walking down the aisle at graduation. This impending liberation has created an overwhelming sense of senioritis, especially after the Red for Ed walkout teased seniors with a glimpse of the freedom they are about to enjoy as future graduates. However,...

Bit by early-season injury bug, Pumas find way to 9-0 start

Senior Anissa Montoya begins her season with an injury.

Katie Duford, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017

While the girls soccer team is kicking off their season with several wins [4-0], they are also beginning with several injuries. Senior Anissa Montoya and freshman Emi Matalon were injured at the start of the season and will be out for the majority of it. Coach John Roberts said, “Anissa’s growt...

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