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.
At the UIL Current Events district competition on Saturday, March 28, at Highland Park High School, juniors Graham DeShazer and Graham Rosen placed second and third.
Richardson Youth Leadership, a program for juniors, is dedicated to building up leadership skills among teenagers in the Richardson community. Participating students visit various establishments around the city, including city hall and the police station.
Sophomore Haoran Jiang’s artwork has been missing since February and it is yet to be found. There have been several attempts to find it, and there is a large prize for the person who returns it.
In this year’s talent show on Feb. 21 freshman Maya Carr won third place, senior Sydney Kane won second place, and senior Chanel Cooper won first place. There were a total of 19 performances.
Current and future members of the leadership for the ‘Pony Express’ attended the annual High School Journalism Day and Competition on March 26. The program is an effective way for members to gain newspaper knowledge and ideas for the next school year.
Freshman Darren Carter is the first Pearce student to join the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Orchestra in two years. Darren made the Symphony Orchestra and plays the violin.
The Christa McAuliffe Learning Center serves as a location for students with discipline issues to attend. They are removed from their high school and taken there to receive a second chance.
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.