Heartland is a vocational school and has classes you could take that could be the start of your career. Important note you can only take one class per year, but you can also be in an English class. There are a total of 17 pathways offered at Heartland, these classes are usually taken junior and […]
Circus at Sea
Peru Amateur Circus is well underway for upcoming shows and the theme this year is Circus at Sea. This year’s shows fall on July 15-22, and as always Saturdays are double shows. As of April 7, second cuts are over for the Peru Amateur Circus. For the readers who have never heard of circus information, […]
Earth Day is an annual event that is celebrated globally on April 22nd each year. The day aims to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the environment and promoting sustainable practices, not just on Earth Day, but every day. The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970, and since then, it has grown to […]
Drama Club at PJSHS is recruiting new Jr and Sr high members! They are officially recognized as a Thespian Troupe with the Educational Theatre Association, which means they can start inducting students into the fraternity and compete at various competitions throughout the year. Their next meeting will be April 19 after school. At that meeting, […]
Peru Jr/Sr High Schools prom is coming up in 3 weeks! The juniors are making the theme this year, the theme is Enchanted Forest. The tickets will be on sale starting next week April 17, the tickets are 25 dollars per person. You can also run for prom court there are 5 females and 5 […]
Spring Break 2023
Spring Break is right around the corner which is just about every student’s favorite break besides summer break obviously. Many students at PJSHS travel to beaches, visiting family, relax at home or travel anywhere. For me I have gone to Arizona and Florida a few times and it was so much fun but this year […]
April Fools Day
April Fools’ Day has evolved over the years to become a popular cultural phenomenon. It is no longer just a day to play pranks on friends and family, but now it is also a day for brands and businesses to showcase their creativity and sense of humor. In recent years, major brands have taken advantage […]
Extended School Year?
Many highschools across the globe are opening up to the idea of enforcing a student’s worst nightmare, year-round school. Does every student see this as a threat? Can it possibly be beneficial to a student’s education? Most would immediately say no, so why would it even be considered? There is a lot to argue on […]
Class of 2023 are You Ready?
Class of 2023 it’s all coming to an end here in 2 months. June 2nd is the big day for the seniors now. They have gone through virtual learning, a pandemic, and the transformation of a high school to a junior/senior high school. In 9 short weeks they will come upon their last day of […]
The weather this week has been mostly highs in the 50’s and lows in the teens, with some snowfall from Monday and Tuesday. With this weather, one might wonder, should it be warmer by now or not? According to Wanderlog.com a high of 51°F (11°C) to a low of 32°F (0°C) is the usual temperature […]