Students who use their cell phones in a classroom where the teacher disallows it and get caught by the teacher must pay $15 in order to get the phone back.
Month: January 2015
The terrorists who killed a total of 17 people in Paris last Wednesday were reactionaries who wanted to return human civilization to a time of less freedom. As such, although their worldview was undeniably twisted and wrong, they were not true radicals.
The SADD Club promotes abstinence from drugs and alcohol for all Pearce students. The club encourages students to make smart choices and raise awareness about the serious issues that come along with drugs and alcohol.
After finishing second place in district, many runners finished with personal best times at the meet on Nov. 1 at Lynn Creek Park. Despite the strong performances, none of the runners were able to advance past the regional meet.
Forte performed their new show called Time Travels on Dec. 5 and 6. Attendance was high and the group was well prepared, and with a wide variety of songs performed, the show was entertaining and exciting.
On Nov. 12, Seniors Brianne Burkert and Chanel Cooper each signed to colleges for volleyball to Florida State and Fairfield. Senior Blake Maczka also signed for swimming with Michigan.
The Student Council collects Christmas presents for underprivileged children at Bukhair Elementary every year. This year Pearce adopted 140 needy children.
Naviance is a new college preparation program that allows seniors to keep clear communication with their counselors and potential colleges. It’s a good idea, but implementation at Pearce has been a little bumpy.
The most world threatening radical group in the Middle East is advancing, and both Middle Eastern and Western efforts haven’t been able to stop them.
Junior Grant Lair has played on the varsity basketball team since his sophomore year. He is considered by his teammates to be one of the best on the team.