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Papillion’s Petition

Papillion’s Petition

Maddy Delos Reyes, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

Thousands of students across the nation are rallying together for one goal: no school after Halloween. This year, October 31 lands on a Thursday night and all students are eager to have the following Friday off.   Such unification among students is a rare sight but, teens throughout the Unit...

DECA Fall Leadership Conference

DECA Fall Leadership Conference

Alena Meyer, staff writer

October 24, 2019

DECA is one of the largest clubs that PLHS and many other high schools offer for all students. This organization is a program focused around leadership and personal development is designed specifically for students focused on marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and entrepreneurship.   ...

State Warm-up

State Warm-up

Lauryn Vacek

October 24, 2019

 An undefeated season, winning districts, and setting new school records are all small glimpses that led to another state title for the Monarchs softball team.   About three weeks ago the girls and coaches took a Charter bus down to Hastings to have practice on the state field. The coaches...

Football Slideshow

Football Slideshow

Tatum Jorgensen, Entertainment Editor

October 14, 2019

The Season of Sickness

The Season of Sickness

Megan Davey, Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2019

As the season of Autumn approaches, the days are shorter, the air is crisper, and illness is seemingly everywhere. Many students are affected by a variety of sicknesses as the new school year begins, and school is a breeding ground for bacterium and viruses.   As these illnesses are easily co...

The History of History Club

The History of History Club

Bennett Clary

September 27, 2019

The creation of a club at PLHS takes multiple steps, but once the process is complete the results can be rewarding, even if it’s only for a few students. In 2017, students took a leap of faith and started the history club at PLHS even though not many students shared the same enthusiasm in history.   ...

The “Weight” is Over

The “Weight” is Over

Cassie Kessler, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Athletes are constantly looking for ways to better their performance in order to give the best effort they can when game night comes around. Athletic weight training has been a large staple in sports and programs at PLHS. This year, the weight program has undergone several changes to benefit all ath...

Freshmen Learn How to Survive High School

Freshmen Learn How to Survive High School

September 9, 2019

Freshman survival is designed to help freshman to be successful throughout high school. You will learn what chants, where places are inside the building, what teachers you should go to for certain things. And just overall how to have a good high school experience.   Head principle, Jerry Kalina ...

Dancing to Perfection

Dancing to Perfection

Sophie Schlapia, Staff Writer

September 6, 2019

The Friday night lights are shinning in your face. You sprint out on the field and stop at the 50-yard line. Everyone on your team gets into their places. You hit your pose strong and proud to impress the crowd. The music blasts throughout the stadium. While dancing the crowd goes wild, cheerin...

Correcting the Past

Correcting the Past

Maddy Delos Reyes, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

The cheering crowd and the fall breeze flutter in the air on October 13, 2018. It is an unforgettable day for Monarch softball players. Losing the state championship game was a huge upset, and a shock to all. But this season, players are ensuring it won’t happen again.  At the start of the season, the...

The Growing Franchise

Parker Allen, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

In early July, millions of people went to see ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ - which made a gross of over 1.1 billion dollars worldwide. Now Spider-Man fans around the world are worried for the future of the Spider-Man franchise as the parent companies Disney and Sony split apart.  The breaking news in...

Social Media Hacking

Annie Waldman, Asst. Editor in Chief

September 4, 2019

Going on Instagram is an everyday occurrence for many students. However, sometimes they can experience some unusual events that could make anyone wary of the app.  Messages on Instagram direct messaging have been being sent to random followers asking for them to click mysterious links. The links then ask people to sign in, and that ...

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