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Going dancing again? PHS has differing opinions

Homecoming dances this year look very different due to the health and safety concerns of COVID-19, which leaves students uncertain about high school activities.

Ashlyn Miner, News Editor

October 2, 2020

One of the most difficult parts about school closures last March was the lack of much-anticipated school activities. This year is filled with that same uncertainty. Dances, spirit weeks, and assemblies make high school exciting and memorable, but questions about school activities continue to linger....

Students and teachers address Google Meets

Aliya Hawkins working on her online school work and not being very happy about it.

Sophia Hawkins, Staff

September 22, 2020

Online learning and the Google meets process is affecting students and teachers equally as much. Frustrations of google meets Lately students and teachers have had a different way of learning and teaching. Students have been very frustrated with how learning on google meets, and how boring or dis...

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...

Social agenda’s can wait: COVID-19 safety takes priority

Students Lauren Ludwig and Mikaela Henriksen wear face masks incorrectly. Contributed by Lauren Ludwig

Lauren Ludwig, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2020

  Students have been out of school since spring break, and many have had little contact with their peers since the end of the school year. COVID-19 quarantine has left many students yearning for a regular social schedule, but is it safe to officially start school? Is it safe to let students resu...

Guide to TikTok trends

The TikTok logo that the user will see when entering the app.

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

May 10, 2020

As generations pass, social media becomes a prominent part of the internet, whether it is used for posting updates on your vacation, sharing a new recipe, sending messages to your friends, or laughing at memes. One form of social media that has blown up, launched in 2017, replacing the original app Musi...

How to prepare for upcoming AP tests

There are a variety of resources available for AP test practice, the youtube channel Advanced Placement, AP books, and practice assignments assigned by teachers.

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2020

It is that time of the year again where students in AP classes experience what they have been working towards for the entirety of the two semesters: AP tests. The deciding factor of whether or not the student earns college credit. With the modified fourth quarter in which schooling is now online for mos...

Students share motivation for school work

Jessica Lee, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2020

The new grading system has brought controversy to the school district. Many students and parents are wondering, “What’s the point?” If the work students do or do not complete does not affect their grade in a negative manner, why do the work at all?  For even the most diligent students, motivat...

Challenges students face with change to online classes

Dayton Jones, sports editor

April 13, 2020

Moving from regular school to online school is a big change happening during the last semester and students are feeling it. Students are trying to adapt to this form of learning, and with online school being new to most it comes with challenges dealing with not only the work but also how students are...

War with parking

Abby Knoblock, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019

As every student knows, the parking lot is a huge, controversial topic between students and staff.  Whether it is parents parking in the students spots, dropping off kids in the wrong parking lots or students stealing other students spots, the parking lots are a practically a war zone. Coming to sc...

Student Parking: Still A Problem

Megan Linden, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017

With a school that holds over 3,500 students and more than half of them being able to drive, there is bound to be student parking problems. There was a new parking lot built at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, leaving only around 20 driving juniors to not get a spot. But even with the new...

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