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The Senior Barbeque: Exclusive

The Senior Barbeque: Exclusive

Elle Roth, News Editor May 17, 2024

The senior barbeque is a long lasting tradition at monarch high. Every year, to celebrate the seniors last day of school, a barbeque is held in the north gym featuring live attractions, raffle prizes,...

Paperless Passes

Paperless Passes

Avery Wolfe, Video Editor May 10, 2024

Recently at PLHS, digital passes have been introduced into the system of comings and goings of students. As opposed to the written passes that would be brought to a student’s classroom by an office aid,...

Junior Kyren Shadley studies for his A.P Micro/Macro exam in Mr. Browns class.

Preparing For The A.P Exam

Lilly Raughton, Staff Writer May 8, 2024

For many seniors, juniors and seniors, the next two weeks are filled with studying and preparing for final exams and the school year to be over. But, one type of exam is filling some students' time for...

One Last Get Together

One Last Get Together

Sage Williams, Entertainment Editor May 3, 2024

As high school is coming to an end for the class of 2024 there is a lot to look back on; the football games, school dances or the two minute reunion in the hallway with your friends before your next class,...

The PLHS tennis invite competitors pose in front of their winning tree at Woods Tennis Center in Lincoln.

Varsity Girls tennis earns silver at Fremont Invitational

Jennifer Hubert, Assistant Editor-in-chief April 24, 2024

On Friday, April 19th, the top six players of the girls varsity tennis team traveled to Woods tennis center in Lincoln to participate in the annual Fremont invitational. The team as a whole earned enough...

Senior Kidist Negus practices intubating a mannequin.

UHOP Towards Hope

Nataly Barragan, Opinion Editor April 19, 2024

The aftermath of High School can be full of unknown directions for students. College is often seen as a blurred path, tuition as impossible to pay off, and scholarships as the solution to it all: free...

Junior Nora Gunn learned and practiced how to intubate a fake patient.

A Deeper Look

Evie Frisch, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

On April 17, year one Papillion Health Academy students took a trip to Bryan College of Health Sciences to take a deeper look at their health programs and what opportunities they provide. On this field...

A student is prepped to have her blood drawn by an American Red Cross nurse.

Donate for Life

Zoey Smith April 19, 2024

The annual Blood Drive took place this past Friday 12th in the North Gym and many students from our school signed up to get out of a class of their choosing and join the nurses to donate their blood for...

The spring boutique features a variety of different vendors.

Spring Craft Fair Attracts Crowd

Avery Delwiche, Scepter Editor-in-Chief April 15, 2024

Every spring, the PLHS drama and band departments come together to host a spring boutique. This craft fair serves as a fundraiser for both and features over 100 small businesses.  “It’s one of...

Student Council members work together to make a blanket.

Cut, Tie, Repeat

Evie Frisch, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

Cut, tie, repeat. On February 4th, The National Honors Society and The Student Council came together to create tie blankets for Project Linus.  Project Linus makes, collects, and distributes handmade...

Hidden Behind The Man

Hidden Behind The Man

Addison Holub, Writer February 2, 2024

Taylor Swift this Taylor Swift that, that’s all anyone is talking about these days. Football fans are annoyed with how much screen time Swift is getting during the Kansas City Chiefs games. While Swifties...

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