Homecoming activities planned for the week of Oct. 12 include dress-up days, the Homecoming football game, and the dance itself. This year’s Homecoming theme is “Superheroes and Sweethearts.”
Month: October 2014
Many changes are being enacted this year by principal Philip Bates affecting pep rallies, the lunch schedule and general school spirit.
Instead of spending upwards of $300 on a single night, there are options for students to have an equally fun, and less expensive, night.
The College Board has eliminated AP Physics A as a class and has split up AP Physics B into two classes, Physics 1 and Physics 2. This change was made to deepen the conceptual understanding of AP Physics students.
The Pre-Med Club meets on Wednesdays throughout the year and provides an opportunity for club members to learn about medical careers before they pursue it in college.
Seniors work in different professional settings related to their career interests in the Dallas area for a semester. The Professional Internship Program gives them the experience needed to determine whether this job is for them or not.
The UNICEF club is founded to raise awareness about distressed children around the world and advocate change in the Pearce community.
The varsity girls golf team captain, Gracie Baergen, hopes to lead the Mustangs back to the district championships for the 2014-2015 season and score first place individually.
Becky Groves has won major awards from several art contests that she has participated in over the past year. Her artwork has been displayed in places like the Texas State Capitol, DART stations, and the DFW airport.
After completing five meets so far in this season, the cross country team is halfway done with its season. The team will compete in two more meets until the regional meet in Grand Prarie on Nov. 1.