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Ms Fuller prepares to leave Cleveland

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

June 13, 2017

Filed under News

As the school year winds to a close, so does Kathleen Fuller’s time at Cleveland. Fuller, an environmental science and biology teacher, booked a one-way ticket to Ecuador, where she’ll begin her half-year trek across South America with her boyfriend. From there, they’ll shoulder their packs and continue on to destination...

Cleveland Reacts to Leaving the Paris Climate Agreement

By Lainie Pennington and Hannah Madans

June 9, 2017

Filed under News, Politics, uncategorized

  On Thursday June 1, 2017, President Trump announced that the United States will leave the Paris climate agreement, a historic coalition aimed at reducing carbon emissions and slowing global warming worldwide. Trump cited the need to support American workers and reject the “unfair” standards that the agreement p...

Senior Sentiments

Senior Sentiments

By Ally Grimaldi, Editor-in-Chief

June 8, 2017

Filed under Spotlight

I can distinctly pinpoint the proudest moment of my high school career. It started with ten beautiful...

Verselandia Kicks Off at Cleveland

Verselandia Kicks Off at Cleveland

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

April 23, 2017

Filed under News

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

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...

Cleveland’s Athletic Hall of Fame Welcomes Newest Inductees

Cleveland’s Athletic Hall of Fame Welcomes Newest Inductees

March 10, 2017

A four-time top goal scorer, a champion wrestler, a softball star, and the entire men’s varsity bask...

Girls Basketball Lincoln Preview

By Noah Kemper and Holden Cole

January 25, 2017

Filed under Girls Basketball, Sports, Varsity Girls

Noah’s Player to Watch: Tynesha Parnell   Parnell has been on a scoring tear this season. She is averaging over 17 points, three assists, and two steals per contest. Though she only put up nine points against Grant High School on Jan. 18, she is sure to have a comeback game at home against Lincoln High School. ...

PPS Protects Undocumented Students in Latest Resolution

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

December 4, 2016

Filed under Education, News, Politics

PPS has long prided itself on being an all-inclusive, safe space for students of every race, gender, orientation, and religion. That’s why, on Nov. 17, its board of education unanimously passed a resolution banning Immigration Control Enforcement (ICE) officers from freely entering school grounds. This momentous vote will guaran...

Cleveland Volleyball: Preparing for the Playoffs

By Sam Gavitte, Reporter

October 24, 2016

Filed under Sports, Varsity Girls, Volleyball

Cleveland has a history as a strong contender in volleyball, and they are continuing that tradition this year. They are ranked 20th in the state and fourth in the PIL and have a record of 17-6. Lincoln is ranked first in the PIL after finishing with an 18-4 record. Recently they were on a winning streak, winning five in a row, a...

CHS 100 year celebration to continue through March 2017

CHS 100 year celebration to continue through March 2017

By Ashley Lytle, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2016

Filed under 100 Years, CHS Alumni

If you thought Cleveland’s 100 year celebration would end when we bid farewell to the 100th graduatin...

A successful first year for Principal Tammy O’Neill

A successful first year for Principal Tammy O’Neill

June 12, 2016

Principal Tammy O’Neill has successfully completed her first year at Cleveland High School. After mo...

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