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What color is the dress?

What color is the dress?

by Annaka Cieri, Reporter
February 27, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, trends

What started out has a simple Tumblr post soared into an all out war on social media. “It’s blue and black,” “No it’s white and gold!” Well what color is this piece of cloth? “76 percent of people polled said the dress was white and gold and 24 percent of the people polled said it was...

Poetry performers celebrate recitation

Poetry performers celebrate recitation

by Annaka Cieri, Reporter
February 12, 2015
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

On Feb. 5 Palo Verde students participated in the Clark County Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest. Two of the school's most talented speakers, senior Paulina Banuelos and junior Jessica Nemcheck, recited poems at the event, and Banuelos earned a very deserving third place and $100. “They both work...

Summerlin community honors lacrosse player

Summerlin community honors lacrosse player

by Michaela Jackson, Sports Editor
February 9, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, spotlights

Jeremy Huber, a former Palo Verde lacrosse player passed away on Jan. 26 of this year. Freshman Huber was found dead in his dorm room at John Hopkins University. Huber’s fellow teammates honored him by wearing patches with the No. 19 on their jerseys, Huber’s number. “Jeremy always made everyone...

Meet local band Holes and Hearts

Meet local band Holes and Hearts

by Annaka Cieri, Reporter
January 30, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, music, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Before playing at venues like The House of Blues and opening up for famous bands like KC and The Sunshine Band (known for their late ’70s songs like “Get Down Tonight” and “That’s The Way I Like It”), Palo Verde senior Riley Macek and brother Casey Macek, LVA graduate, created a band known...

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Sandberg

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Sandberg

by Madi Purdue, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 12, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Dennis Sandberg is the Math Applications and College Preparatory Math teacher here at Palo Verde. He is known for being the “coolest teacher ever” by his students and rocking a sweater vest every day. His relaxed attitude and passion for his job is exactly why he is a favorite teacher to all of the...

Mr.Marshall leaves Palo Verde

Mr.Marshall leaves Palo Verde

by Michaela Jackson, Sports Editor
December 15, 2014
Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

A beloved teacher left Palo Verde on Friday, Dec. 12 after school, to become a dean at Coronado, this teacher is no other than Mr. Marshall. “It’s jarring to have accepted a position and leave three days later. Palo has been very good for me and I have  left a mark here,” said Mr.Marshall. Mr....

A ‘Frozen’ Winter Spirit Week

A ‘Frozen’ Winter Spirit Week

by Briana Gray, Senior Reporter
December 12, 2014
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Alright Panthers, it’s time to take a trip to Arendelle, because this year’s Winter Spirit Week is “Frozen” themed! The week will be filled with many different fun activities for everyone to participate in and enjoy. As always, each day will have a lunchtime activity and a dress up day. Monday...

Holiday spirit soars through Palo in A Christmas Carol

Holiday spirit soars through Palo in A Christmas Carol

by Denzel Reyes, Senior Reporter
December 8, 2014
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

With the holidays coming soon, the Palo Verde Theater presents A Christmas Carol to entertain and give holiday spirit to those who attend.  A Christmas Carol will be shown in the Palo Verde Theater during December 3,4,5,11, and 12. General admission is $8, premier seating is $10 and can be bought on ...

Senior Spotlight: Caitlan Shaw

Senior Spotlight: Caitlan Shaw

by Samantha Burton, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2014
Filed under FEATURES, spotlights

Senior Caitlan Shaw is hard to miss walking around school: she has the most unique outfits, always dresses to the nines for spirit days, and can often be found eating mass amounts of fruit as part of her vegan diet. Caitlan is also on the Cross Country, Track, and Bowling teams, and enjoys entertaining...

9/11 Memorial Museum helps patrons never forget

9/11 Memorial Museum helps patrons never forget

by Madi Purdue, Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2014
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

As you descend the stairs into the 9/11 Memorial Museum, the pressure builds around you. The memories of the day swell and lay heavily on your heart. The first thing you hear is the eyewitness recordings playing in the distance, and as you walk closer, their statements hit you like a ton of bricks...

Palo Verde supports finding a cure for Lupus

Palo Verde supports finding a cure for Lupus

by Briana Gray, Senior Reporter
November 4, 2014
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES

Palo Verde High School hosts an annual Lupus Walk every school year. Students from ROTC, Student Council, Dance Team, and NHS were all there to help show their support for our banker Anne Wayne and her daughter, Samantha. Lupus is long-term chronic inflammation of your skin, joints, and muscles. Both...

Homecoming Highlights

Homecoming Highlights

by Panther Print Staff
October 20, 2014
Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Homecoming Hall Decor Homecoming Dress-Up Days Homecoming Assembly and Halftime...

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