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Menu changes positively affects Falcons’ diets

Sonia Ventura-Mendoza, Page Editor

October 25, 2019

As students adjust to the many changes made over the summer, the new school lunches has been a conversation among the students.  One change noted widely by students is that chicken tender wraps are no longer being served on...

FLOTS builds confidence with fifth graders

Diana Pyle, Co Managing Editor

October 25, 2019

Each year; two groups of seniors accompany fifth graders from Douglas MacArthur and Rosa Parks Elementary Schools on a trip to either a week-long venture to Bradford Woods or a weekend trip to Flat Rock. Falcon Leadership Opportunity...

New policies promote change in Key Club

Jaelyn Reynolds, Page Reporter

October 24, 2019

Key Club is starting out the year with new goals and new policies according to staff advisor Kim Peters. In the past, membership ranged from 150 to 200 students, but has now been capped to just 100. This change in particu...

TikTok leaves students hooked

Danae Suarez

October 24, 2019

Over the past year, the social media app, TikTok, has become wildly popular amongst teens. Worldwide, TikTok claims approximately 500 million users.  At Perry Meridian, the app has helped students bond over activities they ...

Students form friendships across cultures

Sonia Ventura-Mendoza, Page Editor

October 3, 2019

Every year, foreign exchange students from all over the world arrive at Perry Meridian for a cultural and academic education. These students bring their traditions and cultures, and Perry students try their best to help mak...

Anonymous prankster scatters babies across Perry

Florence Chapell, Managing Editor

October 3, 2019

Since the start of the year, an anonymous student has been scattering small, rubber babies throughout Perry’s halls.  Although his or her identity is unknown, Instagram user @hiding_mini_babies_at_PMHS claims credit, pos...

Parking passes cause sophomore stress

Florence Chapell, Co Managing Editor

August 28, 2019

As the end of summer neared, it quickly became apparent that the amount of student parking spaces at PMHS would not be enough to account for the number  of students wanting to drive to school. On July 16, 2019, seniors who came to the bu...

Lanyards adjusted for first-year troubles

Diana Pyle, Co Managing Editor

August 28, 2019

Last year, Perry introduced a new policy requiring all students to wear class-colored lanyards. The colors are chosen by each class’ assistant principal, and students keep the same colored lanyard each year.  After one year ...

Freud Finds Perry

Krissy Brzycki, Reporter

August 28, 2019

A new club promoting the opportunity to learn about how the mind works is looking to grow its student outreach. Founded by seniors Valerie York, Danny Billheimer, Sarah Andreson, Katie Jones, Claire Marlatt, Kaitlyn Greer, Ar...

Dress to express: dress code loosening

Danae Suarez, Reporter

August 28, 2019

Can student self-expression coexist with more time learning? Changes to the Perry Meridian dress code are attempting to do just that. On their first day back, students were informed that they were now allowed to wear leggings, ripped jea...

Sensory room reflects change

Krissy Brzycki, Page Editor

August 28, 2019

A new sensory room at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School built by senior Kevin Waggoner this summer offers an example of how schools can better serve the social and emotional needs of its learners. The room’s purpose is to...

Promos directors compete in Indianapolis film fest

Alejandra Aguilar, Reporter

August 28, 2019

On July 26-28, 2019, five Perry students participated in the Indy Film Fest, to determine who could make the best short film in only 48 hours, with filmmakers from all over Indianapolis.  Seniors Eric Elijah Carnes, Lucas Ferdinand-...

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