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Cleveland’s Building Issue History

By Kira Chan and Lainie Pennington

April 28, 2018

Filed under News

Cleveland celebrated 100 years in 2016 and since, perhaps as an extended anniversary present, the building, which opened its doors in 1929, has experienced a growing number of issues. Leaking pipes, peeling paint, and exposure to potentially toxic chemicals are some examples that Cleveland students regularly encounter, but in the...

Helping the Homeless

Helping the Homeless

April 26, 2018

Sophomore Stephanie Singh’s club, Helping the Homeless, lived up to its name, as she and several cl...

“Earth Day for Environmental Justice”

“Earth Day for Environmental Justice”

April 26, 2018

2018’s Earth Day was extended to an entire “Earth week” for Cleveland. Each weekday starting Monday, A...

Sydney Toops Crowned Rose Festival Princess

Sydney Toops Crowned Rose Festival Princess

April 20, 2018

Senior Sydney Toops was crowned Rose Festival Princess March 19 and expressed her gratitude at the brief cere...

Cleveland Welcomes “Confidential Advocates”

Cleveland Welcomes “Confidential Advocates”

April 11, 2018

“[The program] is controversial in some regards because there is no precedent for having people who are not mandatory reporters in schools,” said Cleveland social worker Kate Allen. “I find it exciting that PPS has ability to show leadership in a new way, to really support young people.”

A Hairy Situation

A Hairy Situation

March 20, 2018

  One thing you need to know about Jan Watt: she keeps her word. The beloved Cleveland icon ...

IB Art Showcase 2018

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Arts, Education, Fine Arts, News

  From March 19-23, eight senior IB art students will be showcasing their cumulative two year projects. Students choose a theme for this exhibit, in total creating a portfolio of between 8-12 pieces of art in varying mediums. Each student’s topic is unique and represents their own interests. IB art teacher Ter...

Stepping Back into Regular Dances

Stepping Back into Regular Dances

March 19, 2018

Exciting music blared as students flocked to the gym. Tissue paper flower decorations evoked images of sp...

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

March 19, 2018

Filed under Education, News, Technology

It’s a daily occurrence for a teacher to tell their class the common phrase, “Get off your phones!...

The Flu Hits PPS

The Flu Hits PPS

March 12, 2018

This winter, the topic on everyone’s mind is sickness--in particular, the flu. But how bad is it real...

Rose Festival Princesses Announced

Rose Festival Princesses Announced

March 5, 2018

Cleveland finally has the opportunity to meet their 2018 Rose Princess candidates; seniors Elise Ander...

Learning to Hear Cleveland’s Deaf Community

Learning to Hear Cleveland’s Deaf Community

February 28, 2018

“What hearing people can do is just try. Acknowledge that they’re there, and have eye contact, an...

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