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Ivy Chipman: Palo’s 2018-2019’s Student Body President

Ivy Chipman: Palo’s 2018-2019’s Student Body President

by Brisa Muscaglione and Chandler Patrick

April 29, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

After recent elections, Palo Verde has wisely chosen next year’s Student Body President. Bright, hardworking, Ivy Chipman will be in charge of 2018-2019’s students. Born in New Mexico, Chipman’s household has never been empty, being that she has three other siblings. Although there might be small argument...

Meet Sheridan Reed

Meet Sheridan Reed

by Eli Duncan, Opinions Editor

April 2, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Music, above anything else, has been a huge factor in society in recent years. It has been one of the few things that unify everyone regardless of what they believe. If someone likes a band or a solo musician, they will go see them live with hundreds of other people just because they all like this one ...

Athlete Spotlight: Andrea DeLisa

Athlete Spotlight: Andrea DeLisa

by Janel Delgado, Reporter

March 18, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Andrea DeLisa has been passionate about all things bowling ever since she was little and had to sit and watch her older sister practice bowling. When she was finally old enough, she could not wait to get her hands on a bowling ball. Her parents have been very supportive of her dedication to bowling, espe...

Educators Rising Club

Educators Rising Club

by Ainslee Archibald, Reporter

March 5, 2018


Filed under clubs, FEATURES, NEWS, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Have you ever considered being a teacher? If so, Educators Rising might be the club for you. Educators Rising provides students a chance to learn about teaching and to give back to the community. Educators Rising is student run and supervised by Mrs. Mapes and Mrs. Dover, two government teachers. They ...

Athlete Spotlight: Jonathan Carpenter

Athlete Spotlight: Jonathan Carpenter

by Kayla Faasse, Bailey Uzzardo, and Miranda Salazar

March 1, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, SPORTS, spotlights, spotlights

Jonathan Carpenter is a senior here at Palo Verde and has been on the wrestling team all four years of his high school career. This year, he’s the only wrestler from Palo that is going to state championships, which means huge commitment and responsibility. Ever since he was 10 years old, star sen...

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 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


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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...

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


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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 ...

New Teachers Tackle Palo Verde

New Teachers Tackle Palo Verde

by Andrew Ochoa, Features Editor

September 27, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Few people have as much impact on our future as teachers do. While far too many spend their lives focused on the KLUMA hassles of the day-to-day, finding truly forward-thinking individuals is both rare and much needed. Being able to commit yourself to growing the minds of the often unwilling, indifferent youth takes patience, dedication, and, most i...

Teacher of the Century: Cheryl Waldman

Teacher of the Century: Cheryl Waldman

by Brisa Muscaglione and Andrew Ochoa

September 8, 2017


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Palo Verde High School is notorious for its top-of-the-line teachers, but one in particular that has made her mark at this school is a biology teacher, Cheryl Waldman. From a young age, Waldman always knew she had an interest in science, she just did not know quite where she belonged in that huge spect...

Senior Spotlight: Ethan Thresher

Senior Spotlight: Ethan Thresher

by Chandler Patrick and Brisa Muscaglione

April 5, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

  Growing up with three brothers isn’t easy, but neither is owning and running your own videography business, all while taking on high school. Senior Ethan Thresher demonstrates perfectly just what taking on your dreams can reward you with. “Every video I create gives me more experienc...

Teacher Spotlight: Coach Zach Brandt

Teacher Spotlight: Coach Zach Brandt

by Andrew Ochoa and Sedona Goodbar

March 31, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE, spotlights

Palo Verde High School has had some amazing teachers in its company, but one teacher that has proved to be a great addition to this pack of panthers is teacher and tennis coach, Mr. Zach Brandt. Coach Brandt is a native to Las Vegas and has been a teacher for a total of 18 years, and only two of th...

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