Mr. Denton and the AP Environmental Science classes have been using a new program through Crayola to raise funds for class. The ColorCycle money will fund better in and out of class experiences.
Month: October 2015
Orchestra kids are selling chocolate to raise money for their trip to Corpus Christi. Orchestra has been selling chocolate for years and it helps kids afford the big trip.
Pearce seniors are feeling the pressure of applying for college. Despite some universities lessening the workload for applications, many are applications still require a lot.
Linda Mitchell is one of the new teachers at Pearce this year. After doing nursing for eight years, she came to Pearce and is currently teaching Anatomy.
Two students founded a new club formed around playing Spike Ball. They hope that the club will be a great opportunity for students to bond and be active.
A new initiative, “Mustang Ready”, has required teachers to frequently check school IDs, as well as patrol school hallways before school starts. All teachers have been given posters with the “Mustang Ready” checklist to make sure the classrooms are safe.
Students now have to go advisory and sit through announcements instead of directly going to tutoring during the advisory period. This decreased tutoring time hurts student’s academics.
The Theatre 4 class kicked off their year with their rendition of “Black Snow”, a dark comedy about censorship in Soviet Russia.
The Walk is about the story of Philippe Petit as he prepares to walk across a tight rope between the World Trade Centers. This movie follows one of the biggest daredevils as he does what was thought to be impossible.
This year, the homecoming hall decorations that have so long been a tradition of the homecoming dance are will no longer take place. Many students are disappointed by this change.