DREAM BIG!

Tamar Greenhill, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


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Welcome back or to Page High School!! Hopefully you all have had a fun and stress free summer. Now that we've been back in school for a couple weeks now, I am confident that all us Page Pirates are set on school mode and are doing our very best to Dream BIG! Dreaming big in my opinion is to reach past ...

Temperature’s Are Changing!

Laurel Brown, Editorials

May 24, 2018


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As we all know, this winter was a bad one. We had multiple snow storms, leading up to an ambiguous amount of school missed throughout the school year. Temperatures dropped to below freezing, and people were afraid to drive. There were many car wrecks, in which it was one of the worst winters to have oc...

Time Flies

Tamar Greenhill, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018


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Are you tired of school? Are you on the verge of ending it all and dropping out of school? Well don’t, Page Pirates, because summer is almost here and we won’t have to worry or even think about school for another 3 months if you aren’t graduating with the class of 2018. I know that school is a...

How Can You Give Back To The Community?

Laurel Brown, Editorials

May 4, 2018


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As most of you know, so much has happened within the past week to our community. On Sunday, April 15 many homes were destroyed due to the tornado that swept through our town. Many neighborhoods were ruined and even Elementary Schools. The tornado is known to have reached 135mph throughout the town. Due...

Individuality is Key

Tamar Greenhill, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018


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As I am sitting in my room thinking of an idea on what to write my editorial on, it finally hit me as I was getting ready to start my English essay. I want to write about individuality. Individuality is the quality or character of a particular person or thing that distinguishes them from others of the...

School Is Almost Over!

Laurel Brown, Editorial

April 20, 2018


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Well, the time is almost here! Only two months left until sweet summertime! I know most students are tired, and feel as if they can not take school anymore; all the homework, essays, and exams, but we all got this. This school year has flown by fast, and all we have is one quarter left. Some of yo...

Relationships Don’t Define You

Tamar Greenhill, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


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High School comes with many fun times and obstacles, one being relationships. Many teenagers (and myself) have dealt with a heartbreak, complicated love stories, and lots of drama. Teenagers believe that it’s the end of the world if they don’t find “the one” or they think they found “the one”...

Are These Walk-Outs Appropriate?

Laurel Brown, Editorials

March 22, 2018


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Recently within the news, many people can view how many schools within the United States are participating within the walk outs that are occurring since the Florida shooting on February 14, 2018. What is the purpose behind these walkouts some may ask? The initial purpose of these worldwide walk outs is...

Do People Take Life For Granted?

Laurel Brown, Editorials

March 9, 2018


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Recently I have been observing others. I have realized how much has changed from the 20th century to now. More technology, different clothing, and even different attitudes. Society has changed majorly within the past decade, but is it a positive or negative for us? As I observe others, I feel that people take...

Is Homework Actually Helpful?

Tamar Greenhill, Staff writer

March 2, 2018


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The definition of homework stated by Merriam-Webster is “an assignment given to a student to be completed outside the regular class period”; it’s crazy how such a little word with such a simple definition comes with so much work, time consumption, and the cause for stress. I never understood why...

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