The varsity soccer team has started the season with a 4-1 record. The team’s talent level and strong team chemistry have them prepared for a good run throughout the season.
Month: February 2015
The Yoga Club was created by students at Pearce this year to meet and do yoga throughout the year. The sponsors are Ms. Alex Gandy and Mrs. Tara Christensen, and they lead the yoga sessions to help the students relax.
The Pearce Winterguard performed their preview on Jan. 29 in the big gym. The preview is a demonstration of what the Guard has been working on.
Many students stayed after school the week prior to the showing of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” in order to perfect this year’s theater production. This includes the actors, musicians and the crew working hard to make sure the show runs without mistakes.
The juniors at Pearce have started to get ready for the college applications that they will have to complete the first semester of senior year. They take various classes to learn about college and help them prepare.
Sebastian Elverskog attended a high school program studying and working at an organic farm. Only a few students are selected across the nation and they attend the Mountain School for a semester.
DECA competed in a district competition in areas such as sports marketing, restaurant managements and community services. Several students advanced to the state competition which will be held Feb. 25-27.
AP Biology students went to a genetics lecture given by Sam Rhine on Feb. 5. Mr. Matthew Fields’ students have attended this lecture for the past seven years.
Several Pearce students have been chosen based on character and grades to participate in the new AP Ambassadors program. The students play a critical role in increasing the participation of students in AP classes.
The wrestling team has gone through a lot this year. They run the miles, cut the weight, wrestle hours each day, and the seniors in wrestling have gone through five coaches.