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Vegas Week at Palo

Vegas Week at Palo

by Brisa Muscaglione, Andrew Ochoa, Kayla Faasse, and Bailey Uzzardo

February 14, 2018


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Palo Verde continued it’s spirit week tradition this year with a brand-new theme, and exciting activities for all students.  Panther Week’s theme this year was Las Vegas. Per usual, Palo had a the dress-up theme each day, music and activities at lunch, and an assembly to round the whole week out. ...

Makers and Finders: The New Neighborhood Coffee Shop

Makers and Finders: The New Neighborhood Coffee Shop

by Michelle Trajtman, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

If you’re looking for a place with exceptional coffee, quality customer service, and a relaxing atmosphere, Makers and Finders is the place for you. There is a certain ambience to this place that makes you feel good as you sit and drink your coffee, and even as you walk out of the door with your to-go cu...

Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds

Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds

by Jordyn Selznick, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Boxer The Boxer was originally bred to be a guard dog; therefore, they are still considered a medium sized working dog. However, these days the Boxer is most often a family companion as they are highly regarded for their all around friendliness, specifically with children. Boxers are highly trainable, ye...

10 Tips to Help You Study More Efficiently

10 Tips to Help You Study More Efficiently

by Dominique Allen, Reporter

January 25, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Currently, you are dreading and anxiously waiting for exams while preparing to study days and hours in order to pass. Lucky for you, I’m here to save your grade. Here’s ten tips to help you study more efficiently for your any exam or test alike.   Take Breaks Taking breaks, every 45 minute...

Top 10 Travel Destinations for 2018

by Michelle Trajtman and Eli Duncan

January 19, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

For many, the new year is a time for a fresh start for the new year. But for the travelers, we are just waiting for the new year to start new adventures. So, get to planning and clearing dates because these are the best travel spots for 2018.   Oaxaca, Mexico         One of the most colorf...

Designs With Power

Designs With Power

by Jake Grosvenor, Editor-In-Chief

January 16, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Art has been a staple of society since the beginning of human civilization. The way we express ourselves with paintings, music, dance, and so many more platforms have been a time capsule to the way that society viewed and valued a range of topics. Within the 21st century, art has exploded into a sea...

The Dance Winter Showcase

The Dance Winter Showcase

by Lainey Harlow, Senior Editor

November 30, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, SPORTS

Palo’s dance classes and Varsity team had the opportunity to present their skills during the annual Winter Showcase. After months of preparation, the dance program had its biggest performance of the year on November 30. With tickets priced at just $7, family members, friends, and team supporters fl...

The Extensive and Interesting History of Mrs. Natellie Newman

The Extensive and Interesting History of Mrs. Natellie Newman

by Kaitlyn Suwanvichit, Junior Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

With Palo Verde being known for its academics, it is very clear that we have teachers that put in hardwork and dedication for their students to be academically successful. It just so happens to be that AP Human Geography and World History Honors teacher, Natellie Newman, is one of them. Born in Flo...

Dia de los Muertos Celebration Held at Springs Preserve

Dia de los Muertos Celebration Held at Springs Preserve

by Hope Freeland and Vaneassa Abbitt

November 9, 2017


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday where they celebrate those who have passed. They create altars which are big and colorful to celebrate their loved ones. The altars are decorated based on each person and what they liked. It’s their way of showing that they will never be forgotten. The Springs...

The Origins of Halloween

The Origins of Halloween

by Joseph David and Alexandria Margo

October 31, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

It’s that time of year. People are throwing cobwebs on their lawn and rushing to get last minute costumes. Halloween is fast approaching. Many people celebrate this spooky holiday, but few know how it actually came to be. Without further ado, this is the origin of Halloween. Halloween first originated ...

Why Do We Carve Pumpkins?

Why Do We Carve Pumpkins?

by Lainey Harlow, Junior Editor

October 30, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

What seems so commonplace in the early fall months might shock one from another culture: pumpkin carving. You buy a pumpkin, you gut it, and then carve designs with knives. Sounds strange when you think about it, doesn’t it? Pumpkins, native to North America, were not the original jack-o’-lanterns. Acc...

Palo’s Real Life Superhero: Mr. John Read

Palo’s Real Life Superhero: Mr. John Read

by Chandler Patrick and Brisa Muscaglione

October 25, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

When you think of a superhero, images of Iron Man or Captain America come to mind. In reality however, superheros are the ones who dedicate their time and knowledge to helping others, whether it be doctors, firefighters, or even teachers. When you combine passion, comedy, and a little bit of crazy, you ...

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