Pearce has made multiple remodels to their athletic facilities. These remodels are for the purpose of helping athletes train better and showing their athletes that they believe and support them.
RISD rolled out its 1:1 Google Chromebook program this year. Administrators and teachers hope that this program will better prepare students for their future. There are many changes that are ahead due to the Chromebooks, and a student support team has been created to ease this transition.
Next year, Pearce will follow other high schools and middle schools in the DFW area as they adopt the 1-to-1 program, which offers a laptop to every student at no cost for the school year.
Students deal with stress at school on a day-to-day basis, but the stress seems to overwhelm students more at the end of the year. Stress can come from upcoming exams, end-of-the-year grades, or homework.
High school is a busy time for many students. At Pearce, much of the student body is juggling between extracurriculars, AP classes and their social lives. In order to have a healthy and happy life sleep is extremely important, yet many students aren’t getting the necessary amount.
Across America 138,884,643 people cast their votes in the 2016 presidential election, and although most Pearce students were not eligible to vote this time, they are developing their own political opinions that will have an important impact on the next election.
‘Peter Pan’ is returning to Pearce from Jan. 20 to Jan. 29. This is the second time that ‘Peter Pan’ will be performed at Pearce, the last time being over a decade ago.
The Mighty Mustang Band is preparing for the state competition which comes once every two years. The band practices many hours a week to prepare for the long path to the state competition.
By Kate Martin | Staff Writer There is a lot of passion and anger this election year. But on election day, who will vote? Some like Pearce senior Rachel Calame, are voting for the first time, but others, like experienced… Read More ›
Homecoming has recently passed, and there were many freshmen who were uncertain and didn’t want to go to Homecoming. Some freshmen unfamiliar with the annual event were left confused and nervous.