Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a spectacular reboot of this outstanding movie franchise that brings the battle of humans versus apes through the eyes of director Matt Reeves. The narrative between the two species is something that is unseen in today’s movie industry, and Caesar, the leader of the apes, is in itself the sole reason to watch this fascinating movie.
Month: August 2014
Big changes are coming to the Pearce administration this year. New principals will be in place for the 2014-2015 school year.
The coming of the 2014-15 school year brings new staff members to the all-star cast of Pearce. Staff members will join Pearce because of some faculty members who have retired and others who decided to move to other schools or districts.
On Wednesday, Aug. 27, Pearce will be hosting it’s annual Kickoff Cook-out on Senior Way at 5:30. The purpose of the cook-out is to promote the athletic programs Pearce has to offer and let students know about upcoming events for the year.
As Pearce welcomes a new principal, two new assistant principals, and dozens of new staff, one student group—the Pearce Gay-Straight Alliance—is entering a similar period of change and upheaval.
Following a visit to South America by President Obama in May 2013, a large influx of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) entered the southern U.S. border through Mexico.
Starting this school year, Pearce athletics will begin to compete in the 6A athletic conference of the University Interscholastic League, in different districts depending on the sport. This change was determined on Feb. 3 and will affect all sports.
Fall movie season is one of the most crucial seasons in cinema due to its proximity to Oscar season. While the franchise sequels, action packed movies and general audience pleasers of summer blockbusters entertain, the thought-provoking, carefully written and edited, star-featured films of fall are much more masterful.
As football season approaches, the varsity team is preparing to pick up where they left off last year, which was with a playoff appearance.
Juniors going into their senior year at Pearce have been able to, in a way, build their own schedule and choose their teachers. However, the 2014-2015 school year is different. Incoming seniors are no longer able to adjust their schedule to their liking.