PHS Journalism

PHS Prom 2022

PHS Prom 2022

Natalie Glassel, Managing Editor April 26, 2022


The Best of Friends

Gagnebin and Heger describe their tight-knit relationship
Natalie Glassel, Managing Editor April 20, 2022

Interviewer: How old were you when you met? Heger: I was in fourth grade. I was like ten. Gagnebin: I was nine. Interviewer: What is your favorite activity to do together? Heger: Whenever we have...

Mike Dumpert, head football coach, and Steve Gorsuch, assistant football coach, enjoy their last year teaching and coaching. Both created legacies for future students to follow.

The End of an Era

Dumpert and Gorsuch leave behind a legacy
Lily Woolsey and Addison Smith March 3, 2022

Breaking Down the Dress Code

Breaking Down the Dress Code

Natalie Glassel, Managing Editor February 16, 2022

To get an Idea of what students think about the dress code, Zoe Parker, sophomore, shared her opinion. Have you ever broken the dress code? I do [break the dress code] because I want to wear what I...

Jovanni Blackie, junior, crowd surfs during Prom at Town Square April 24.

Prom Pictures

April 30, 2021

Rockin in Food

Rockin’ in Food

Emma Jenkins, Reporter December 17, 2020

Zoe Parker, freshman, tried the Travis Scott burger because she thought it looked good. “I thought it looked super good and was going to be better than the Big Mac but after I [tried it, I] thought...

How the Plans Changed

How the Plans Changed

How childhood dreams can change for the better as time goes on
Natalie Glassel, Co-Social Media Editor December 15, 2020

When you are little, you think you know exactly what your life is going to like in 20 years. As time goes on and you age, your plans change. Elizabeth Oberheide, senior, made some drastic changes since...

Freshman Fears

Freshman Fears

A look into what freshman think about when coming into high school
Natalie Glassel, Co-Social Media Editor October 21, 2020

Becoming a highschooler is an exciting moment in everyone’s life, but is also one of the scariest experiences. Josslyn Fuller, freshman, went to the freshman orientation, where student council members...

Marina Johnson runs for a cross country meet at Eudora on September 5.

Practice Makes Perfect

Fall athletes prepare for their upcoming season
Abi Shore, Co-Social Media Editor October 21, 2020

Marina Johnson, senior, is excited to be running cross country again after a long recovery that prevented her from running her junior year. “I've been recovering from two surgeries that have kept...

Jack-O-Lanterns carved by Madisyn Robertson and KD Repphan on October 11.

Hallorona 2020

How Halloween is looking with Covid-19
Madisyn Robertson, Co-Social Media Editor October 21, 2020

The doors are closed, the porch lights are off and the streets are empty. The only indication of this night is glowing jack-o-lantern in windows and on decks. This could be the scene on Halloween. According...

Freshman Layne Anderson felt supported by senior Jacob Farmer, second from left, as a freshman. Seniors Ashley Schwach, left and Creighton Markovich hold Anderson up after the production of Godspell this fall.

Senior Farmer mentors freshman Anderson through the year

Ethan Cerros, Reporter May 13, 2020

Layne Anderson, freshman, found it was easy to find a long-time friend in senior Jacob Farmer, who is also Anderson’s cousin. When it was Anderson’s turn in the family to a freshman, he knew having...

Juniors, seniors celebrate prom from a distance

Juniors, seniors celebrate prom from a distance

Macayla Enman, Managing editor April 21, 2020

Bella Duckworth, senior, looked forward to prom every year. However, with this year ending so abruptly, she decided prom was not going to be taken away, as well. Duckworth came up with the idea for seniors...

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