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Person On The Street: What Was Your Favorite Class?

Person On The Street: What Was Your Favorite Class?

Rida Rehman, Editor May 19, 2022

        AP research because you get so much freedom to write about anything you feel you better assimilate with” - Courtney Eaton (senior) "I...

PV Celebrates Multicultural Week

PV Celebrates Multicultural Week

Tina Thao, Staff writer May 19, 2022

From April 19th to the 22nd, PV students were able to celebrate Diversity Month with a Multicultural Week full of food, events, and spirit days. SAFE (Students Advocating For Equity) Club and Student Government...

Anaya Riggs’ Updated Outlook on the All-State Honor Choirs in New York

Anaya Riggs’ Updated Outlook on the All-State Honor Choirs in New York

Ashita Kumar, Staff Writer March 20, 2022

There are lots of talented, artistic students who go to our one and only Pleasant Valley High including junior Anaya Riggs, who had been chosen to participate at an All-State Honor Choir in Minneapolis,...

Baseball and Softball Kicks Off the Spring Season

Baseball and Softball Kicks Off the Spring Season

Diya Patel, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

After a whole year of playing the season under strictly mandated COVID regulations, the softball and baseball seasons are set to begin under normal circumstances. Both girls and boys teams look strong...

PV Link Crew Leaders

A Trip Through High School

Asha Lal, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

Recently, incoming freshmen from each middle school came to visit Pleasant Valley and explore the variety of classes and opportunities that this school offers. During their trip, many students were exposed...

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Climate Change: Teacher vs Student Perspectives

Naina Shailesh, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

Every so often, temperatures drop lower than they should be based on annual and historical averages. Many students may be surprised at the sudden rise in temperature whilst still on the cusp of winter...

Students Spring Into the Changing Season

Students Spring Into the Changing Season

Laney O'Donoghue, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

The transition of seasons, winter to spring, can be a time of growth and reflection for change. PVHS students and staff share their excitement for the new season and opportunity to spend time  outside. Senior...

Chess Club Making the Moves

Chess Club Making the Moves

Yulisa Guzman-Rangel, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

PVHS’ clubs offer students a variety of options to better help them form part of the school community. In Chess Club, students can meet new people who share a common interest in chess, no matter the...

Track Begins at PV

Track Begins at PV

James Fong, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

Track season has begun, and many students on campus have been looking forward to competitions. Track is where students can participate in running events (including relays, short distance, long-distance),...

Reflecting Back on COVID-19

Reflecting Back on COVID-19

Viviana Cerda, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a pandemic with the rising cases of Covid-19, meaning that the two-year anniversary of the shutdown is approaching. With the pandemic, people united...

PV Cheer Team Becomes National Champions

PV Cheer Team Becomes National Champions

Elaina Truong, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

Pleasant Valley High School’s cheer team became national champions at the Universal Cheerleader Association (UCA) Competition in Orlando, Florida. Despite the many COVID disadvantages, Pleasant Valley’s...

The PV bands booth during the 8th Grade Visitation Day.

PVHS Band Travels to Anaheim

Henley Roy, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

The Pleasant Valley High School concert band will be taking a trip to Southern California at the end of March to participate once again in the Anaheim Heritage Festival. The Anaheim Heritage Festival is...

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