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Freshmen Transition Committee

High school can be overwhelming for all students, but especially for freshmen.  In order to support freshmen academically, Mr. Logan Belinda and Ms. Caitlin Furman lead a program to assist freshmen throughout their first year of high school. Statistically freshmen fail more often than any other grade level, and Mr. Belinda and Ms. Furman are trying to change that at Perry Hall.  Before school…

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    GSA: A Welcome Place for All
    Gay Straight Alliance, also know as GSA, is a unique club at Perry Hall High school, created almost seven years ago. The
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    The BSU African Dancers
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    Club Fair Preview
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    PH’s New Principal: Craig Reed
    There are many new faces at the Hall, teachers, front office personnel; however, most notably, there is a new administra
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    Beauty and the Beast – Preview of the Musical
    By: Kayla Gregorie, Emmett Dolan, Bridgette Schrieber, Justin Jacobs, and Tatyanna Alger On Wednesday, February 27th, mu

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