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Girls Soccer Tryouts

Girls Soccer Tryouts

Kate K, Journalism I Student March 11, 2022

The biggest test. The event that determines your season. Tryouts. With the spring season approaching soccer players are preparing for the 2022 spring tryouts.  After the end of the season, the school...

PLHS Art Exhibit at Sump Memorial Library

PLHS Art Exhibit at Sump Memorial Library

Logan S, Journalism I Student March 11, 2022

It is no secret that one room at Papillion LaVista Highschool is more creative than the others: The art room, where students worked vigorously in the first semester to have their artwork displayed at the...

Girls Joining Track

Girls Joining Track

Grace C., Journalism I student March 11, 2022

For students who love to torture themselves they cannot seem to shy away from the idea of joining track. Running from hours on end while depriving themselves of water and thinking of all the reasons they...

Volunteering

Volunteering

Lily M., Journalism I Student March 11, 2022

  Soup kitchens. Trash pick up. Tutoring, and so much more. These are just a few of the more generic forms of volunteering but they aren’t all the ways that people can be more involved in their...

Girls and Powerlifting

Girls and Powerlifting

Madison M., Journalism 1 student March 9, 2022

Setting the bar to the right height. Putting weight on the bar, making sure the belt is on right. Getting positioned right then unracking, 1,2,3 deep breath and squat.  At PLHS after two years the...

End of the Year Show Choir

End of the Year Show Choir

Kennedi R., Journalism 1 Student March 9, 2022

Show choir is a way people can express themselves with singing and dancing. They perform in front of hundreds of people and they just forget about everything else but them performing. Show choir isn't...

Powerlifting: A Retrospective

Powerlifting: A Retrospective

Henry R., Journalism I Student March 9, 2022

Powerlifting is like a newborn baby in the sporting world. It’s popularity is on the rise and it doesn’t look like it will be stopping anytime soon. Dating back to mid-October, the 2021-2022  PLHS...

Dance Team Going to State

Dance Team Going to State

Nahmo H., Journalism 1 student March 4, 2022

Flashing lights, a cheering crowd, camera’s flashing, and standing ovations. Can you feel the rush of adrenaline? Not a celebrity stepping off the red carpet, but this is the PLHS Dance Team shining...

Section Leader Auditions

Section Leader Auditions

Abby V, Journalism 1 student March 4, 2022

Left, left, left, right, left, the Papillion Lavista High School marching band members are taking important steps to prepare for their upcoming summer marching season. Just this past week seasoned members...

Leadership academy students listen to a lecture.

Teenagers In The workforce

Maddie R, Journalism 1 Student October 20, 2021

       Working nine to five. Paying bills. Buying a house. Staying organized. These are all things people associate with the overwhelming concept of being an adult. Even though the idea of...

AP World History

AP World History

David G, Journalism 1 Student October 29, 2020

The inevitable has come. It’s time to choose your courses for next year, and as an upcoming sophomore, there are more possibilities with what you can take. From fine arts to business, there are many...

How the Cheer Team has Dealt With COVID-19 so far

How the Cheer Team has Dealt With COVID-19 so far

Chloe C., Journalism 1 Student October 29, 2020

As with many other sports during these times, the cheer team has been dealing with the COVID-19 situation as well.  Two of the freshmen on the JV cheer team, Lindzie Devney and Ava Thilges, both believed...

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