The Saga

The Student News Site of Pleasant Valley High School

The Saga

The Saga

Heard of NFTs? Here’s what it’s all about!

Ethan Truong, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

A Non-Fungible Token or NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items, and videos. They are generally bought and sold online, normally with cryptocurrency. Although...

New ceramics classroom

New Places and New Spaces for Creativity on Campus

Diya Patel, Staff Writer February 2, 2022

Since the first semester into the school year, students and teachers have seen multiple new buildings being created and remodeled. One of which is the D building that consists of PVHS’ art classes. renovated...

Chico Common Collective Collects Clothes

Chico Common Collective Collects Clothes

Ashita Kumar, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

It’s always fun and rewarding to give back to others in the community of Chico, and that is exactly what The Chico Common Collective is doing. The staff of this generous organization are teaming...

Erin Walsemann
Grade 12
“My New Year’s resolution was to drink more water because I don’t do that enough during the day. I have been doing it by filling up my water bottle before school.”

Person On The Street: What are PVHS Student’s New Year’s Resolutions?

Laney O'Donoghue, Publicist February 1, 2022
New Year, New Vikes! PVHS students declare their new change for positive growth, and tell if they are sticking true to it.
Hans Gao (10) recruited Japan Club members and friends to sign up.

Gao Advocates for the Return of Japanese Classes

Esmeralda Vazquez-Huerta, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

The Japanese Class is a world language class that is confirmed to be offered to PV next year. This is exciting news because so far, we only have Spanish class as an option for students to take since...

Upholding Traditions During a Pandemic

Upholding Traditions During a Pandemic

Makenna Wines, Designer November 10, 2021

The 50th Annual Almond Bowl game on October 22 had a large turnout from both Chico High and PV, as well as other Chico residents who were eager to watch the popular game.  Every year, the Almond Bowl...

PVHS Commerates the Third Anniversary of the Camp Fire

PVHS Commerates the Third Anniversary of the Camp Fire

November 8, 2021

. . . . . .   . . To commemorate the third anniversary of the 2018 Camp Fire, Art teacher Lauren Greene worked with three AP Art Studio students to design a mural. The Counseling...

Students Favorite Scary Movies

Students’ Favorite Scary Movies

James Fong, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

What is your favorite movie to watch during Halloween? "My favorite movie to watch during Halloween is Hocus Pocus because it has so many cool details and things you would never expect while watching...

PV Students Dress to Impress

PV Students Dress to Impress

Ashley Eaton, Staff Writer October 6, 2021
Spooky month is rolling around, and people are beginning to prepare costumes, whether they are going to be scary or just funny. Because of the emergence of pop culture, the costume-wearing part of the holiday has evolved to include any character that a person may like, rather than just a ghost or ghoul.
Seniors who were awarded the California State Seal of Biliteracy with the PVHS World Language teachers in the Center for the Arts on May 26.

73 Students Earn California State Seal of Biliteracy

James Fong May 27, 2021

Throughout the courses of high school students, many choose to take a foreign language that is offered to them at their school. The state of California offers the State Seal of Biliteracy,...

2021 Senior Advice, Memories and Gratitude

2021 Senior Advice, Memories and Gratitude

May 27, 2021

Advice from seniors Senior memories   Senior Gratitude

PVHS to Stay in AM/PM Model

Rylee Standridge, Staff writer April 28, 2021

The CUSD school board determined at a meeting April 7 that the current AM/PM schedule will remain in effect until the end of the year despite the decline of COVID-19 cases throughout the district. Lacey...

Load More Stories
Activate Search