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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...

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Don’t Rely On A.I.

Hudson Carrico, Jennifer Hubert, and Julia Davenport February 28, 2024

Don't cheat yourself out of your own education.

Vetting On The Future

Hudson Carrico, Photography Editor February 28, 2024

Senior Kaitlyn Frank prepares for her future though a unique occupation and place of education.

Seeing Double

Avery Wolfe, Videography Editor February 26, 2024

Around The World, Across The Table

Hudson Carrico and Scy Ruppert February 22, 2024

Sam Ruppert and Aaron Villiger prove that friends can be found anywhere, even halfway around the world.

Kamira Botos and Dru Zoucha communicate a plan for their next play during a game in the 2022-2023 season

Navigating Nerves

Avery Wolfe, Videography Editor November 10, 2023

Even after thousands of reps and countless hours spent on developing their craft, athletes are still faced with possibly the biggest challenge: overcoming mental adversities. Feelings of nervousness creep...

Photo by Morgan Johnson

Induction With Honor

Eleanor Prekker, Copy Editor November 10, 2023

On November 6, the National Honor Society (NHS) induction ceremony took place in the south gym. After each student’s name was called and they all received their certificates, four candles were lit, one...

A Fresh Pace

Avery Wolfe and Cameron Hamilton October 26, 2023

Freshman runner Gracie Suppes defies freshmen stereotypes and excels through her first season of Cross Country.

Protection Against Deception

Protection Against Deception

Hayden Hatch, Staff Writer March 26, 2023

The internet is like an ocean. It’s scary and contains a vast amount of content, most of which should never see the light of day. It is not that surprising that schools censor the internet for their...

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