Cabaret of Fairytales

Emma Carr, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

     During October 9-11 Playmakers presented “Cabaret of Fairy Tales”. The play was skits students created. Jahcle Swann, playing in several parts, enjoyed all his parts. His favorite part he played was being Sebastian from "The Little Mermaid", because he got to sing. Samaria Etheridge doing h...

Ms. Bailey: A Member of Page’s Pirate Crew of Administration

Mazin Dargol, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Ms. Bailey our 10th grade administrator here at Page High School has a mind of steel on her values of life and high school education. Ms. Bailey is an administrator who loves the joy of participating in activities such as working out and singing, stating that these activities help her relieve stress...

From the Dance Floors to Our Classrooms

From the Dance Floors to Our Classrooms

Aminata Diawara, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Mrs. Scott, our curriculum facilitator, was born in Kentucky and later moved to south Indiana. Her jobs include observing and training the teachers so they could help students. She grew up as a gymnast and ballerina, and still enjoys ballet and modern dance. She went to the University of Louisville to...

The Technological Renaissance of Page High

The Technological Renaissance of Page High

Mazin Dargol, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Technology one of the biggest and important aspects here at Page High School. Page being the school that it is, is a huge advocate for technological updates while also committing into having those technologies. A conversation with Page media specialist Mrs. Delellis states that Page has been updated w...

From Serving Our Country to Serving Our Students

From Serving Our Country to Serving Our Students

Emma Zamani, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

Charles Carter has been a friendly face to Page High for several years now. Known as the assistant principal with the large backpack full of snacks, many have no idea about his true past. In the Army for fifteen years and part of the Navy for eight, he’s always been a well-rounded, determined individual....

Mr. Naglee Takes on Year Two at Page

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2019

As the school year kicks off, parents, students, and staff members have been getting back into their routines. Clubs and sports activities have begun, and classes are now in session. In a one-on-one interview with returning Page High School Principal Erik Naglee, some of his plans for this year were...

Track Season Starts Off With A Bang

Emmanuel Jones, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

Starting off March with a plethora of races. Page’s track team raced in the Alton Tyre Invitational Relay, Northeast Dual Meet, Page Home Meet, and the Panther’s Invitational. Page’s track team has been training really hard for these races and did amazing.   On March 9th, Page raced in the Alton Tyre I...

Page Playmakers Performs The Addams Family

Emma Carr, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

    During April 3-5th Page Playmakers presented the Addams Family play. Katie Clark, playing as Wednesday Addams, says she enjoyed getting to know everyone, she loved the play and since she's a senior she felt like it made the seniors come closer. Macy Brown (Morticia Addams) loved her part and even...

My Plan To Challenge Myself

Emmanuel Jones, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

             On Wednesday, February 13, I was invited to go to the Media Center for a discussion and pizza. While I was there I noticed that the other people who were invited as well were people of color like myself. As I had come to my realization, the staff that consisted of Mr. Naglee, Mr. Ro...

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