Katz Wins Teacher of the Year

Meagan Gutheil, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2019

Congratulations to Mrs. Katz for winning Page’s Teacher of the Year award this year! Katz says she was surprised with the award and that it was a “really neat feeling to be recognized by your colleagues.” She doesn’t necessarily feel she deserved the award, however, her fellow staff members disagr...

Robertson’s Reportings: 3/1 – 3/7

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

Welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! Over the weekend, a tornado in Alabama killed 23. Eight people are missing, and 90 have been injured. Wind speeds got up to 170 miles per hour, and the “tight-knit” community of Beauregard plans to begin rebuilding soon. The storm, raging through about 70...

Battle of the Books Team Wins Second at Regional Competition

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

Page High School’s Battle of the Books team traveled to University of North Carolina at Greensboro on March 4 to participate in the regional competition. Page went against fifteen other teams from Guilford County high schools to answer questions about the books on the official Battle of the Books list....

Robertson’s Reportings: 2/22 – 2/28

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

Welcome to another week of Robertson’s Reportings! On February 22, students marched in Paris protesting for more action on climate change. Hundreds of students skipped school to participate in this movement led by Greta Thunberg, a sixteen year old from Sweden. The students want more action taken to...

Page Praying for #26

Page Praying for #26

William Petitt, Sports Editor

March 6, 2019

The Page community was deeply saddened to hear about the injury to starting senior Running Back Sincere Davis late last week. Suffering a gunshot wound on Saturday evening, Sincere was hospitalized soon after. Now in the fight for his life, Davis’s family is requesting prayers for 26 on the road to...

Robertson’s Reportings: 2/15 – 2/21

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

Welcome back to Robertson’s Reportings! On February 15, President Trump declared a state of emergency to receive funding for the border wall. President Trump did this since it allowed him to bypass Congress and receive funding from the Pentagon and other budgets. Sixteen states sued the president for...

Pirate Baseball Preview: Expectations Before Game One

William Petitt, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019

With Spring less than a few weeks away, the Page Varsity Baseball squad is preparing for its first few games this week. After cancelling the first game scheduled for this afternoon, the Pirates will play their season-opener at home on Friday March 1st against T. Wingate Andrews (Red Raiders) out of High...

Crosswalk Safety

Meagan Gutheil, Editor-in-Chief

February 26, 2019

Page is partnering with the Greensboro Police Department on Tuesday, February 26th to take a closer look at student safety regarding the recent crosswalk additions. This experiment will be conducted in the morning between 8:30 and 9:15 as well as in the afternoon between 3:30 and 4:15 at both the East...

Men’s Basketball Finishes Season with Overtime Loss at Grimsley

William Petitt, Sports Editor

February 22, 2019

At the end of the season, Page Men’s Basketball finished with a record of 10-14 and 2-6 in conference. This places them last in the Metro-4A conference for the season, headed by Northwest Guilford who faces two-seed High Point Central in the Conference Championship tonight at 8PM. The Pirates’ final...

Men’s Basketball Pushing Forward Into the Playoffs

William Petitt, Sports Editor

February 18, 2019

At the conclusion of the regular season, Page Men’s Basketball finished with a record of 10-13 overall and 2-6 in conference, placing the Pirates as the fifth seed in the conference tournament beginning tonight in yet another game against Grimsley at 7:30. The game will be played at Grimsley’s Sawyer...

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