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  • January 16Perry Idol Friday, January 17 2019

GRIDLOCKED: School adjusting to new building

Students pour out of the south exits of the C-building last Thursday morning. The new addition to the C-building has more than 30 new classrooms that can house approximately 1,000 students at any time, and only one shared staircase with the original C-building.

Alexander Connors, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2019

After a year of construction, the new wing to the C-building has finally opened, allowing teachers to have their own classrooms and students to have more room inside their classes. Many problems arose, such as water leaks, bats, noises, and even damage to the existing C-building. Many people are beg...

Parking to remain limited

Ernesto Chacon, Staff Reporter

February 29, 2016

Perry has continued the trend of increasing class sizes every year: the incoming freshman class continues to be bigger than the last. With such an increase of population since it has opened, it seems Perry will soon no longer be able to keep up with the growth. So far Perry has added the new F building t...

Senior doubles as student and professional model

Senior doubles as student and professional model

August Bowers, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2015

  Imagine walking down the streets in Los Angeles, New York, England, Australia, and all around the world; seeing your face on top of billboards and posters, advertising your work as one of the most talented models in the world. Senior Taylor Howard is living this dream and taking the modeling...

Confusion causes dress code violations

Derss code prohibits students from wearing revealing attire, including tank tops and strapless outfits. Dress code has often been a topic of controversy for students and teachers alike. [Pictured in photo illustration is sophomore Kindra Herre.]

Lindsey Floyd, Opinions Editor

September 27, 2013

Dress code has been a staple in Perry’s rules of conduct since its opening in 2007. It has guided students towards environmentally aware fashion decisions for ultimate success. The list is simple: a guideline to ensure modesty and limited distraction. According to the student handbook, the dress...

New policy allows technology in classroom

(From Left) Brandon Rule (11)  Carlos Villalobos (11) and Robert Londagin (11) use their smartphones for

Rachel Lattin, Editor-in-Chief

August 15, 2013

At the height of the digital age, students have been restricted from regularly using technology as a resource in the classroom. This school year, however, the Chandler Unified School District launched “Bring Your Own Technology” (BYOT). With BYOT, students may use technology in the classroom, if the teach...

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