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Killing It

Killing It

Ashley Mason, News editor

September 5, 2018

Eerie music softly plays in the background as fog drifts across the stage with lights dimmed low. “CUT!” Students at PLHS have auditioned for the fall play, "Done to Death", which is a murder mystery. The play will be the first for this school year. For some, it might be their first audition...

Surviving High School

The freshman and seniors in the program plan food days. They both brought food for everyone in the advisement to eat.

Emma Higby, News Writer

September 5, 2018

As a freshman, senior year seems like a long way away, but as a senior, freshman year seems like it was yesterday. Seniors rarely interact with the freshman, but for the first quarter of school, all that changes with the seniors help. The freshmen now have a helping hand guiding them through the...

PLHS Rearranges Locker Designations

This is a guide to where each grade now has their lockers.

Sam Simmerman, News Editor

September 5, 2018

Most returning students were confused and lost when trying to find their new lockers at orientation this school year. The hallways that had held lockers assigned to a single grade for the past few years had been switched up.  As school policy, every three to four years the locker areas are rearranged, so the grades are placed in different areas of the school...

The March-a-thon

Senior drum majors Jace Armstrong and Sabrina Buls lead the marching band through the neighborhoods.

Owen Sumter, Staff Writer

August 31, 2018

 It’s a late August day, with scorching temperatures and cloudless skies. The perfect day to go swimming or just stay inside... or march across La Vista?  On Saturday, August 25th, the PLHS marching band paraded 6.2 miles through neighborhoods near the school, playing parade tunes and game ban...

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