The band participated in the South Coast Music Festival in Corpus Christi from April 23–26. The wind ensemble received 1+ scores, the wind symphony received 1 scores and the symphonic band received 2 scores. The concert band did not perform.
Month: May 2015
Matthew Inch is a math teacher and cross country coach who is a big part of Pearce, but he hasn’t always been an educator. In fact, Mr. Inch started out as an industrial engineer.
Students spend second semester searching and applying for scholarships to ease the financial burden in college. Pearce provides numerous scholarships and encourages student to apply.
The methods of punishment used at Pearce might teach students not to break the rules, but a more effective policy would also help them to learn from their mistakes.
The Texas Boys State program helps young men learn about the democratic process and functioning of the government. Previous Pearce students have attended, and junior Michael Clarke will attend this summer.
The CP&Y engineering firm has taken senior Jordan Eades as their first-ever intern who hasn’t gone to college.
Junior Jack Durham and senior Cole Wright tricked visitors at the Dallas Museum of Art by placing a pair of sunglasses and a watch on the floor.