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PV Track Team Gears Up for the New Season

PV Track Team Gears Up for the New Season

Taylor Lashley and Greta Hauser April 10, 2024

The sport track and field is a very popular sport here at Pleasant Valley High School. The sport itself includes athletic contests based on running, jumping, and throwing skills. The roots of track and...

Dear Destiny, How do I ask someone to Prom?

Dear Destiny, How do I ask someone to Prom?

Dear Destiny April 10, 2024

Dear Destiny,  I want to ask someone to Prom, but I don't know how. What are some suggestions? Sincerely,  Head Over Heels  Dear Head Over Heels,  I think a lot of people are thinking...

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Holocaust Survivor to Visit Pleasant Valley

Abigail Harrell, Editor-In-Chief April 3, 2024

On Sunday, April 14th, the PVHS Center of Performing Arts will be welcoming Joseph Alexander, a 101 year old Holocaust survivor. Alexander will come and share his personal experiences from the Holocaust....

PV Welcomes Class of 2028

PV Welcomes Class of 2028

Greta Hauser, Editor March 10, 2024

In February, Pleasant Valley welcomed  the eighth graders or as PV will come to know them: the class of 2028. In the school year of 2024-25, PV will see many new faces, including the ones that visited...

How PV’s Performers Enjoyed Winter, and What to Expect Next...

How PV’s Performers Enjoyed Winter, and What to Expect Next…

Alexis Oliver, Editor March 10, 2024

Music thrives all year round at Pleasant Valley High School. With a variety of classes, such as different types of choir, concert band, wind ensemble, jazz ensemble,guitar and piano classes, as well as...

PV Region Champs!

PV Region Champs!

Lyla Kinney, Editor December 10, 2023

On Friday 12/1, the Pleasant Valley Vikings and the Miramonte Matadors fought for the title of  CIF Division 5-AA Northern CA region champions! It was an exciting and eventful game to attend, and ended...

War Continues in Israel & Palestine

Alexis Oliver, Staff Writer December 10, 2023

The attacks on Israel by Hamas on October 7th and the war that goes on today has resparked a public debate, making many wonder, “why is this happening?”, and “who is in the wrong?” While much is...

Chalk Makes PV Pop!

Chalk Makes PV Pop!

Marques Saise, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

Art can be used to express yourself in many versatile ways. Some of these students wanted to express themselves or just simply wanted to make their campus look pretty. Every year in October, students of...

Hmong New Year 2023

Hmong New Year 2023

Shania Thao, Editor November 10, 2023

It’s been 3 years since the last Oroville Hmong New Year had opened. Ever since COVID-19 hit the whole nation, everything we loved had stopped. Now things are opening back up again and everyone is coming...

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Dancing Under the Stars at Twirps

Abigail Harrell, Editor November 10, 2023

Twirps (The Woman Is Required to Pay) is an annual semi-formal dance that the local high schools all host each year. The tradition of this dance is that the girls are encouraged to ask the boys to be their...

From Planning To Stage Of PV Theater

From Planning To Stage Of PV Theater

MacKenzie Peterson, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

Murder, Revenge, Suspense, are a few words to describe the fall play that is: “The Count Of Monte Cristo.” When you see a production you normally just see what is on stage; the amazing costumes, lighting,...

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