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Students at prom dance and enjoy themselves at the Beardmore Event Center.

A Night to Remember

Nicole Perez, News Editor April 29, 2022

After two years without one of high school’s most anticipated events, a normal prom finally returned to PLHS. The dance took place at the Beardmore Event Center on April 23rd with the theme of the...

Junior Sammy Roum and freshman Terence Nazarian sprint in the 100 meter dash at Foundation Field.

Unified Track 2022

Reilly Healey, Editor-in-Chief April 29, 2022

The annual Unified track meet, a Unified Sports event, was held on Friday Apr. 22 at Foundation Field. Schools from all over the Papillion-La Vista Community School district came together to compete with...

Members of Papio Proud prepare for the staff listening session.

Papio Proud Listening Session

Emma Leslie, News Editor April 11, 2022

On Monday, April 4, Papio Proud held their second podcast listening session with the staff in order to discuss racism and discrimination within schools throughout America, so that they can be prevented...

Mardi Gras at PLHS

Mardi Gras at PLHS

Laura S., Journalism I Student March 11, 2022

When you first think of Mardi Gras, you instantly think of an archetypal New Orleans celebration. With its glitter, parades, masks, cakes, and gold, purple, and green beads, “Fat Tuesday” is quite...

Lights, Camera, Musical!

Lights, Camera, Musical!

Kathryn H., Journalism 1 student March 11, 2022

Words, music, and movement. The main components of a highly popular nationwide enjoyment that aims to tell a story and showcase talents: musicals. But how does one prepare to perform? This semester...

College Search and Tours

College Search and Tours

Laura C., Journalism 1 Student March 11, 2022

It's a bright Saturday morning when the smell of sweet coffee greets you outside of your room. Still in a haze, you make your way down the stairs, when your mom asks you if you’re ready to head out....

Trap Spring Season

Trap Spring Season

Lucy M., Journalism I Student March 9, 2022

When the word “sport” is used, it typically refers to football or basketball, not trap shooting. Most sports surround a type of ball, like baseball or soccer. Trap is definitely not your typical sport....

Student Council Organizes Winter Formal

Student Council Organizes Winter Formal

Elayne P, Journalism I student March 9, 2022

Between the iconic school dances like homecoming and prom, another event brings students together for a night of dressing up and dancing. At 8:30 on February 26th, students along with a DJ gathered in...

The Senior Struggle

The Senior Struggle

Alexis L., Journalism I Student March 4, 2022

You can already feel it. The heat sinking into your skin, wet grass sticking to your feet after a water balloon fight and ice-cream galore. It’s almost summer. As the end of the school year nears,...

Student Council

Student Council

Sophia R., Journalism 1 Student March 4, 2022

Football. Soccer. Baseball. Tennis. Track. Art. Leo Club. All these extracurricular activities have something in common, the people who are passionate about them. Papillion LaVista High School offers numerous...

Girls Soccer at PLHS

Girls Soccer at PLHS

Liberty D., Journalism 1 Student March 4, 2022

Dribble, pass, shoot. With the 2022 spring soccer season starting this week, many girls are looking forward to the new season with a fresh start.  The spring sports season is a part of the year that...

HOSA to Hold Blood Drive Friday

HOSA to Hold Blood Drive Friday

Eleanor P., Journalism I Student March 2, 2022

According to the American Red Cross, someone needs blood or platelets every two seconds in the United States. That’s why blood drives are so necessary: because they help hospitals keep up with the demand...

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