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Bad weather to have to go to school in. Photo by Ben Kraizer

Should we Be in School?

Bad weather to have to go to school in. Photo by Ben Kraizer Why are we in school if it is [...]

 
 

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Floating in midair, Jarrett Cox-Bradley makes a layup against Festus in the Ameritime Tournament at Missouri Baptist on Jan. 28 in a 29-point performance. Cox-Bradley averages 30 points a game. Photo by Matthew Gibbs.

Cox-Bradley hits 1,000 point mark

Senior Jarrett Cox-Bradley smiles after he scored 1,000 career points against Summitt on Jan. [...]

 
 

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  • Faces of PCH: Agustin Barcelona

    Faces of PCH: Agustin Barcelona

    Faces of PCH February 27, 2015 at 12:22 pm 0 comments

    After moving from Argentina due to his father’s job, freshman Agustin Barcelona made the JV team and earned the captaincy after playing soccer for only two years. “It was a really amazing achievement and a great feeling,” Barcelona said. He also plays indoor soccer right now, on a team called […]

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  • Bad weather to have to go to school in. Photo by Ben Kraizer

    Should we Be in School?

    Opinions February 26, 2015 at 7:58 pm 0 comments

    Why are we in school if it is below 20 degrees? It’s freezing out there, and yet we still have to attend school. Why? It’s too cold outside. Why can’t the school board just give us a break? It won’t kill us to miss a day of school because it […]

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  • Matt Stephens with his amazing rubix cube. Photo by Ben Kraizer

    Faces of PCH: Matt Stephens

    Faces of PCH February 22, 2015 at 7:31 pm 0 comments

    Freshman Matt Stephens owns a 12 sided Rubik’s cube that he has completed on multiple occasions. Stephens received it at the end of 8th grade last year. Matt has no idea about how long it took him to complete the toy. His average time frame for completing the cube now […]

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  • Faces of PCH: Jacob Lentin

    Faces of PCH: Jacob Lentin

    Faces of PCH February 21, 2015 at 5:51 pm 0 comments

    Almost 3 years ago, Freshman Jacob Lentin got a new dog. A goldendoodle (a poodle/golden retriever), named Harry. Jacob loves Harry so much, at least when he doesn’t chew up Jacob’s possessions. That is probably the only thing he isn’t completely crazy about when it comes to owning his dog. […]

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  • DeAnte' Byrd, known by friends as D-Money, enjoys playing NBA 2k15 in his free time.

    Faces of PCH: DeAnte’ Byrd

    Faces of PCH February 12, 2015 at 12:13 pm 0 comments

      Freshman DeAnte’ Byrd is known to friends as D-Money, and he got his nickname from this fall. “It was on the back of my shirt when I played football” Byrd said. Byrd was a versatile player in the trenches this fall. “(I played) really any position on the o-line […]

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  • 10 reasons to utilize technology in the classroom

    10 reasons to utilize technology in the classroom

    Opinions February 12, 2015 at 11:47 am 0 comments

    1. Efficient Phones and computers are only getting faster, and they give an easy way to finish work quickly. 2. More interactive New technology provides an opportunity for students to do something other than just sitting at their desks taking notes. Also, activities on devices are typically more entertaining for […]

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  • Photo Phenoms

    Photo Phenoms

    Features February 12, 2015 at 11:20 am 0 comments

    Photos. Everyone takes photos, whether it is of interesting things or of them and their friends. For freshmen Tim Kodner and Anthony Zuanich, photography is more to them than just capturing the moment on their phones. “When I got my first camera I was 6 and it was some weird […]

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  • Seniors Jaime Gottlieb, Claire Kennedy, Taylor Thompson, and Jarrett Cox-Bradley listen to a guest speaker on Feb. 9. Photo by Kirk Randolph.

    Students learn to teach in Pathway

    News February 12, 2015 at 11:19 am 0 comments

      After years of failing to gain enough interest, Linda Trecker’s Pathways to Teaching class is finally in session, but not for long. “I actually signed up for the class all four years [of high school], but there were never enough students signed up,” senior Rebekah Poscover said. This year, […]

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  • Seniors Chris Chen and Matthew Schmittdiel take a selfie during Academic Lab. Photo curtesy of Matthew Schmittdiel

    #Selfiesyndrome

    Features February 12, 2015 at 10:18 am 0 comments

    Phrases that can be heard in the halls on a regular basis: “Are you taking a selfie?” “Get in my selfie!” “Nice selfie!” Selfies have become a worldwide phenomenon in recent years, especially with the invention of front-facing cameras, along with improvements in photography. #trending With people of all ages […]

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  • District stikes marketing deal with firm

    District stikes marketing deal with firm

    News, Sports February 12, 2015 at 10:12 am 0 comments

    Following the path of several schools in Columbia, MO, Parkway School district will be teaming up with Kelly Sports Properties (KSP) in an attempt to help extracurricular activity funds. “It’s a model based after a public school’s contract with the sports marketing firm,” District Athletic Director Mike Roth said. “It […]

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