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Farewell to Principal Sweikert

Farewell to Principal Sweikert

by Abbie Millman and Mya Nielson June 2, 2021

For the last seven years, Principal Sweikert has undeniably led Palo Verde High School into becoming one of the greatest schools in the district in terms of community, opportunity, and student success....

A Photo-Filled Prom

A Photo-Filled Prom

by Arushi Chamaria, Reporter May 21, 2021

“Will you go to prom with me?” This formal prom proposal would typically be echoing in the walls of our high school during April and May, where two people would accompany each other in the must-have...

Oh Snap!

Oh Snap!

by Ashlee Townsend, Reporter April 29, 2021

Snappy Burger is a 1960’s-themed burger restaurant that has been open for almost a year now. The eatery is located on Decatur Boulevard and I-95, across the street from Western High School. It was formerly...

Dive Into a World of Fun at AREA15

Dive Into a World of Fun at AREA15

by Caroline Lemcke, Reporter April 25, 2021

One of Las Vegas’ newer attractions is not quite what you would expect from the city of lights and adventure. Although it appears to be just a typical black box from the outside, AREA15 actually boasts...

Palo's Best Friend: Dood the Panther

Palo’s Best Friend: Dood the Panther

by Brooke Galsky, Reporter April 19, 2021

Palo’s youngest addition at 5½ months, and only administrator with four fuzzy paws and a wagging tail, facility dog Dood the Panther is making his big debut welcoming students back to in-person learning. Some...

Leaving Login or Waiting on Walk In?

Leaving Login or Waiting on Walk In?

by Arushi Chamaria, Reporter March 20, 2021

It has been over a year since our lives went from walking into classrooms to logging into google meets. Palo Verde High School’s teachers and students were then left with no social interaction, while...

Quarantine Party Ideas

Quarantine Party Ideas

by Brooke Galsky, Reporter March 13, 2021

It’s mind-boggling to think that quarantine has gone on for nearly an entire year, which means almost all of us have had at least one quarantined birthday. Some of us may be able to safely hang out with...

New Late Policy is a New Stressor for Students

New Late Policy is a New Stressor for Students

by Ashlee Townsend, Reporter March 11, 2021

After the first semester of online schooling, teachers at Palo Verde High School started to notice that students were slacking on their work, and not getting it turned in on time. They wanted to come up...

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

by Malia Ishibashi, Reporter February 7, 2021

We all know that Valentine's Day is known for love, cupid, candy, hugs, etc. Although, Covid-19 has put a dent in Valentine's Day, there are still cute gift ideas you may want to give to your family, partner,...

PVHS Wants You for the 2020-2021 Yearbook

PVHS Wants You for the 2020-2021 Yearbook

by Brooke Galsky, Reporter February 7, 2021

With a year as infamous as 2020, it’s no wonder that this school year’s yearbook will possibly be looked back on by the historians of the future and today’s students alike.  However, making a...

The Pros and Cons of Virtual Learning

The Pros and Cons of Virtual Learning

by Ashlee Townsend, Reporter February 7, 2021

Over the course of the past six months, high school students have been forced to adapt to a new form of learning. Although most have liked it, some have grown to miss in-person school, despite their feelings...

Socially Distanced Holidays

Socially Distanced Holidays

by Caroline Lemcke, Staff Reporter January 11, 2021

This year, the holidays feel very different to many people. Without large social events, parties, and festive gatherings, the holiday season just isn’t the same. With many places closed and events cancelled,...

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