The traditional mums that are worn in Texas for homecoming have exploded into an outrageous fashion statement that is both tacky and costly.
Month: September 2014
On Sept. 12, the varsity football team played its first home game of the season against McKinney North. The team lost the 54-16, making its record for the season 1-2.
AP French students hold debates about issues related to different French-speaking countries in preparation for the AP test.
The J.J. Pearce Homeowners Association has put up a Little Free Library in the Pearce community. It is a unique concept where people drop a book off for every book they take to read.
In past years, sound and lighting issues have occurred during Pearce theater productions. Current remodeling work will solve these problems as well as update and modernize the auditorium.
With a dynamic cast, simple but meticulous technical production, and a skilled balance of humor and suspense, the Pearce theater program’s production of Urine Town succeeds on nearly every level.
In the past years there have been many modifications to the lunch schedule. This year there are only two lunches, lunches are longer, juniors have been moved to the cafeteria and the courtyard has opened up for use during lunch.
The Robotics Club met in early September to kick off its preparations for success at the competition it will attend in November.
The Pearce counselors work hard in the beginning of every school year in order to ensure students’ schedules fit what they want and need in courses. However, issues commonly arise and interfere with schedules.
The varsity football team played its season opener on Aug. 29 on the road against McKinney High School. Despite entering the fourth quarter with the lead, the team lost 26-21.