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Pigmice is Giving the Community a Push

Pigmice is Giving the Community a Push

May 17, 2017

Pigmice, Cleveland’s robotics team, created a brighter future for two young ones. International B...

Results from the 2017 Class Cabinet Election

Results from the 2017 Class Cabinet Election

May 17, 2017

As the 2017-2016 school year draws to a close, Cleveland students are eager to take on some importan...

Vice Principal Katy Wagner Recovering After Skiing Accident

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

April 30, 2017

Filed under News

Vice Principal Katy Wagner is home recovering after a skiing accident in early March. On Saturday March 4, Wagner and her now fiancé Adam Ulvi were skiing on Mount Hood when Wagner fell down a 100 foot drop, severely dislocating her neck. The morning started with Wagner, who is considered an expert skier, and Ulvi trekking to the ...

The Heat Rises at Burgerville “Boycott”

The Heat Rises at Burgerville “Boycott”

By Ally Grimaldi and Allie Montgomery, Editor-in-Chief and Sports Editor

April 26, 2017

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There was some beef outside of Burgerville today, and we’re not talking about the burgers. Be prepared:...

Principal O’Neill is Leaving PPS for Clackamas High School

Principal O’Neill is Leaving PPS for Clackamas High School

April 24, 2017

Just two years ago, Principal Tammy O’Neill took the role of Cleveland’s principal after the retirement ...

Verselandia Kicks Off at Cleveland

Verselandia Kicks Off at Cleveland

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

April 23, 2017

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In a vibrant display of PPS students’ talent, the annual Verselandia competition is a window into th...

Math Fest

By Ariel Harmon, Reporter

April 21, 2017

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On April 8, five contestants from Cleveland found their way to Math Fest, a competition testing knowledge from pre-algebra to calculus. Although Cleveland had more competitors signed up for the competition, juniors Josh Bricker and Ariel Harmon, sophomores Miles Takiguchi and Zeno Alexander, and freshman Miles Lomas made the...

Biftu Amin is Selected as Cleveland’s 2017 Rose Princess

April 13, 2017

Senior Biftu Amin was crowned Cleveland’s Rose Princess on March 20, in an afternoon assembly in the...

Slipping through Society’s Fingers

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

March 20, 2017

Filed under News

Slavery: The very definition of human injustice and oppression. The enemy of freedom and basic rights. An atrocity of the past that has long been left behind. Or has it? In fact, slavery is very much alive today, taking countless forms. Child soldiers, sex trafficking, and forced labor all fit under the umbrella term “m...

Mock Trial and the Wrap Up

Mock Trial and the Wrap Up

March 16, 2017

Cleveland’s Mock Trial finished their season on Saturday, March 4 with their annual regional competit...

Versus Week Leaves Students in High Spirit

Versus Week Leaves Students in High Spirit

March 15, 2017

Cleveland’s 2017 annual Versus week was tied together through Thursday’s assembly, where upperclassmen, ...

Culinary Arts Explores Traditions in Food

March 10, 2017

Two years ago, Cleveland introduced a new elective to its roster - a culinary arts class. The course...

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