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Panthers Proudly Present: One Acts 2017

Panthers Proudly Present: One Acts 2017

by Cole Greenberg, Senior Reporter

January 14, 2017


Filed under clubs, events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

On Jan. 10 and 11, Palo Verde theater students put on their student-directed One Act plays for parents, family, and fellow students. There were six individual plays, each directed by a senior who has been in theater for all four years. The first night showcased The Last of Sherlock Holmes, dire...

Basketball vs. Centennial Slideshow

Basketball vs. Centennial Slideshow

by Chandler Patrick, Editor-in-Chief

January 5, 2017


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, games & events, SHOWCASE, SPORTS

On Tuesday, Jan. 4, Panthers came back refreshed and strong from winter break to fight the Centennial Bulldogs at a home game. Students and parents alike came along to support the Panthers, as well as cheerleaders and the dance team. Panthers worked hard and with respect, but couldn't quite make ...

A Wonderful Winter Week Indeed

A Wonderful Winter Week Indeed

by Panther Print Photography Staff and Chandler Patrick

December 19, 2016


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

On a cold Winter Week with Christmas around the corner, Palo students gathered as their school time got shorter Games they played and crazy sweaters they wore, Nothing in these hallways was ever a bore And as the week comes to a close, and all the students are set free They'll patiently wait...

Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Later

Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Later

by Joseph David, Senior Reporter

December 7, 2016


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

75 years have passed since the “date that will live in infamy,” as famously declared by former president Franklin D. Roosevelt. The attack marked US entry into World War II. The attack on Pearl Harbor is the most catastrophic foreign undertaking ever to hit US soil. 90 minutes was all it took to...

Athlete Spotlight: Savannah Johnson

Athlete Spotlight: Savannah Johnson

by Amanda Wiseman, Reporter

November 30, 2016


Filed under SHOWCASE, spotlights, spotlights

Racing past the screaming fans, her head is spinning and her lungs are burning. Who would have known that there is so much more to running than what we see. Savannah Johnson, a varsity cross country runner at Palo Verde High School, shares her story and the passion she has for her sport. Only being...

Halloween Panther Bites

Halloween Panther Bites

by Hailey Rodis and Makayla Purvis

November 2, 2016


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

What’s the best costume you’ve ever dressed as? Why? Alice in Wonderland because I freaking adore that movie (Alley Hernandez, sophomore) Leprechaun, cause I'm short. (Mace Cunningham, freshman) A doctor. I had fake blood all over me that my dad made and it was edible and tasted like chocolate so I drank it and freaked people out (Millie Gautschi...

Panther’s Take a Trip to Hogwarts for Homecoming Week

Panther’s Take a Trip to Hogwarts for Homecoming Week

by Sedona Goodbar, Features Editor

October 26, 2016


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

For Palo Verde’s 2016-2017 Homecoming, Panthers took a train from Platform 9 ¾ to Hogwarts for a week of wizardly fun. Palo Verde students voted “Harry Potter” as their theme for this years homecoming. Palo Verde’s classes were split up into four houses; Hufflepuff for Palo’s freshman, Ravencla...

SAT and ACT Prep

SAT and ACT Prep

by Makayla Purvis, Co-Entertainment Editor

October 18, 2016


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

Palo Verde High School juniors and seniors all know the fear and anxiety that cross their minds when they hear or even think about having to take the SAT and ACT.  With scholarships and college admissions that are highly competitive, it’s nerve wracking to try to achieve a really good score on the big ...

Life is Beautiful, Indeed

Life is Beautiful, Indeed

by Brisa Muscaglione and Frida Arroyo

October 14, 2016


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

With headliners like J. Cole, G-Eazy, Empire of the Sun and The Shins, there’s no way Life is Beautiful could’ve been a bad time. From the music to the people, to the food trucks, Life is Beautiful had it all! For the past three years, Life Is Beautiful (LIB) has taken over the streets of Dow...

First Friday Covers the Streets of Downtown Las Vegas

First Friday Covers the Streets of Downtown Las Vegas

by Vanessa Abbitt, Senior Editor

October 12, 2016


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

On the night of the first Friday of every month, a music, food and art street festival is held on the streets near downtown Vegas.  It is family and pet friendly, there are multiple DJs and street musicians to listen to and plenty of space for dancing.  There are also countless art exhibits and stan...

‘Warm Fuzzies’ Spread Respect at Palo

‘Warm Fuzzies’ Spread Respect at Palo

by Vanessa Abbitt and Hope Freeland

October 8, 2016


Filed under events & competitions, FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE

Even though the weather is cooling off, warm fuzzies are spreading like disease. The idea behind them was to get students to give more compliments, be more courteous to one another and spread kindness as part of Respect Week. The warm fuzzies are necklaces made of yarn with a yarn puff at the end of...

7 Useful Apps to Help You Survive School

7 Useful Apps to Help You Survive School

by Chandler Patrick, Editor-in-Chief

October 5, 2016


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Everyone, at one point or another, has had a stress breakout and anxiety attack from the stress of schoolwork and studying. Sometimes, it seems like no matter what you do, you feel you aren’t getting content, you’re forgetting content and you aren’t understanding the homework. It can be that wa...

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