Cleveland High Schools newest principal, Jo Ann Wadkins, in front of Cleveland on freshmen registration day

Jo Ann Wadkins – Our Neighborhood Principal

August 29, 2020

On June 25 Cleveland High School announced their newest principal, Jo Ann Wadkins, after the resignat...

Cleveland's newest Principal, Jo Ann Wadkins, at Lincoln High School where she taught for fifteen years - credit PPS Admin Staff Bio

Cleveland High School Welcomes Jo Ann Wadkins as Newest Principal

June 25, 2020

Cleveland High School announced Jo Ann Wadkins as their new Principal starting in the 2020-21 school ...

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Urban Indian: Tommy Orange’s Book Affirms Urban Indian Identity

December 12, 2019

Hawe, my name is Lena Tinker. I am a member of the Eagle Clan in the Osage Nation. My grandfather is...

Urban Indian

Urban Indian: A Reflection on Thanksgiving

December 12, 2019

Thanksgiving is known for its traditions of turkey, mashed potatoes, and arguments with relatives. T...

Cleveland Senior Helps Pass Senate Bill for Native American Curriculum in Schools

By Kira Chan, Copy Editor

March 19, 2018

Senior Larae Ellenwood played a crucial role in the passing of a Senate Bill about Native American education through voicing her experiences to Oregon legislators. Senate Bill 13 requires Oregon schools to develop and teach a Native American education curriculum. This bill was officially passed on August 7, 2017, largely due t...

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

March 19, 2018

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

4.0 GPA: The Unhealthy Obsession

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By Lily Beeson-Norwitz, Reporter

December 13, 2017

Ever since the start of junior year, my friends and I have been in constant fear to check Synergy. For some...

STEM: Should We Emphasize Math?

By Sam Linder, Reporter

December 12, 2017

As my ideas of a future job evolved, my parents’ reactions were very interesting to note. When I wanted to be a mathematician? Perfect. An engineer? Even better. A physicist? No questions were asked. But when I suggested my current inclination towards psychology, my dad suggested that I investigate the world of mathematical psych...

Speech and Debate: The March to the Championship

Graphic by Lily Beeson-Norwitz

By Lily Beeson-Norwitz, Reporter

December 12, 2017

Defeated by the Lincoln speech and debate team in 2016-2017, the Cleveland Cannibals have already begun th...

Graphic by Sophie Weir

The Quest for Better Technology

December 5, 2017

  Currently, six Chromebook carts circulate Cleveland for in-class use, but Principal Ayesha Freem...

Betsy DeVos and the Rocky Future of Public Education

Betsy DeVos and the Rocky Future of Public Education

February 26, 2017

On Feb. 7, billionaire Betsy DeVos was accepted onto Trump’s cabinet as the Secretary of Education. ...

CHS students receive recognition for their school achievements

Christina Tang recognized for the Asian Pacific Islander award

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2016

Three PPS recognitions—Young, Gifted and Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Sí Se Puede—were awarded...

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