Pirates Receive New Computers

Meagan Gutheil, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2019

The Page Pirate family recently received new computers thanks to Guilford County. People came to install the computers at the end of March. It was a surprise to many of the students to walk into their classrooms and realize that there were no computers. Although it caused some teachers to have to improvise...

Neorr wins the Poet Laureate

Rick Rodriguez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Congratulations to Channing Neorr for winning 2019 Page High School’s Poet Laureate (in which students asked to submit poems and then are judged by a committee), she submitted her winning poems “Allow for the pollination of your Mind (flowers), “Jitterbug perfume by Tom Robbins” and “Symph...

Robertson’s Reportings: 3/22 – 4/4

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Welcome to Robertson’s Reportings! After two years of investigating, President Trump has been cleared from conspiring with Russia and interfering in the 2016 presidential election. Robert Mueller, an American attorney, has been investigating this issue and came up with no evidence that the president...

Mr. Atchley Named Rookie Teacher of the Year

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Mr. Atchley, one of Page’s science teachers, has been announced as the Rookie Teacher of the Year. Mr. Atchley teaches both Chemistry and Earth and Environmental Science and is a first year teacher at Page. Before becoming a high school teacher, he worked for the National Institute of Environmental Heal...

Evan Fancourt Hired as Head Basketball Coach

Evan Fancourt Hired as Head Basketball Coach

William Petitt, Sports Editor

April 3, 2019

With Coach Matthew Harder moving up to Athletic Director, Page Basketball is moving into a new era with Evan Fancourt at the helm. Fancourt, a graduate of Grimsley High School, is ecstatic to coach at Page in the upcoming years. He states, “I’m really excited. I thought it would be a cool opportunity...

A Week For Sincere

A Week For Sincere

William Petitt, Sports Editor

March 22, 2019

In honor of the life of Sincere Davis, Team Voyage and members of the football team are planning special events each day next week. The planned events for each day are listed below: Monday 3/25: Balloons will be released immediately after school in senior lot. Tuesday 3/26: “Day of Sincere Service,”...

Robertson’s Reportings: 3/15 – 3/21

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Welcome to another week of Robertson’s Reportings! More than 200 doctors from over 40 countries have signed a petition to the United Nations and World Health Organization seeking improved protection from non-ionizing electromagnetic fields that can harm humans, animals, and the environment. This petition...

Page Baseball Winning Early

William Petitt, Sports Editor

March 21, 2019

Five games into the season, Page Baseball has posted an winning record of 3-2. Wins for the Pirates include a 10-0 trouncing of Cornerstone in the season opener, a 6-1 victory against Northwest Guilford this past Saturday, and their most recent win against High Point Central with a final of 3-1. Losses...

Robertson’s Reportings: 3/8 – 3/14

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Welcome to Robertson’s Reportings! On March 10, a Boeing plane crashed in Ethiopia, killing 157. British, Chinese, Australian, and other aviation forces have grounded Boeing planes due to many recent crashes. Boeing is an American corporation that designs and sells aircrafts. Almost four percent of...

Remembering Sincere

Remembering Sincere

William Petitt, Sports Editor

March 13, 2019

It is a tremendous understatement to say that Sincere Davis was important to everyone at Page. From the classroom, to the football field, and to the hallways in between; Sincere was an integral part of the fiber of students that weave together everyday to form this community. For seniors, Sincere was...

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