Congratulations to the Spirit Award Winners!

Meagan Gutheil, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 4, 2018


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Every year the Principal honors a few individuals who embody the Page spirit. Congratulations to this year’s recipients, Gunnery Sergeant Sweeney and Commander Jordan. Both have served in the military before coming to Page. Commander Jordan served in the Navy and served with the US Marine Corps. Gunnery...

Long Time Orchestra Teacher Retiring

Harrison McDowell, News

May 25, 2018


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The long time orchestra teacher, Mrs. Haghighi, is retiring. She has been the Director of Orchestras at Mendenhall Middle as well as Page High for 27 years. She has been one of the main people who has helped grow the Page music department, and her retiring will impact more than just her students. It...

Celebrating Page’s 60th Anniversary

Meagan Gutheil, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 7, 2018


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On April 22nd, Page hosted its 60th Anniversary celebration. This event marks a momentous accomplishment for our school. The celebration began with a reception for previous leadership, school board members, city officials, principals, staff, coaches, and central office personnel including our Superintendent...

Rookie Teacher of the Year

Harrison McDowell, News

April 19, 2018


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Page has announced its rookie teacher of the year, Ms. Uronda McKay, who works with our adaptive students class. I have had the opportunity to ask her some questions about her emotions and her first year at Page: What made you choose to come to Page? I came to Page because I was very interested...

Tornado ravages Northeast Guilford County

Spencer Harris, News Editor

April 18, 2018


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On Sunday, April 15, state officials declared a local state of emergency in Guilford County. A tornado touched down in Northeast Greensboro, affecting the whole city. Homes and schools were destroyed as 135 mph winds ripped through Greensboro. Schools were closed throughout Guilford County Monday and...

Response to the Shootings

Harrison McDowell, News

March 7, 2018


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In wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, the safety of our school has been on everyone's minds. Is our school safe? How can we make our school safer? What will we do if something happens at Page? After every unexpected incident, these questions come to our mind. Superintendent Contre...

Welcoming Our New Principal

Spencer Harris, News Editor

February 22, 2018


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As many of you may know, Mr. Hines, our principal, has decided to retire. Hines was in his second year here at Page, as he took over as interim when Dr. Faison left, and was eventually hired as principal. The long-time Guilford County teacher and administrator loved his time here at Page, but decided...

Page Resource Officer Aaron Griffiths on Keeping Students Safe

Branch Bobbitt, Editor in Chief

February 16, 2018


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Check out this Fox 8 News article on Officer Aaron Griffiths http://myfox8.com/2018/02/15/local-school-resource-officer-talks-about-keeps-students-safe-after-florida-shooting/

New Principal

Harrison McDowell, News

February 7, 2018


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On January 5, 2018, Eric Hines, the principal of Page High School, decided to retire due to the fact that he needed to start spending more time with his family. GCS promoted Assistant Principal Lisé Timmons-McLaughlin as the interim principal to finish out this school year. The Pages by Page...

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