The Booster Redux

District updates close contact policy
Anonymous Instagram accounts gain popularity

January 13, 2021

Sophomore Ella Rhuems was on her way home from work when she got an Instagram notification. “[When] I saw it, I pulled over and just cried.” Rheums has been posted on...

Student wins national award in JAG program

December 16, 2020

Senior Hannah Vanderpool joined Jobs for America's Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) her sophomore year and has since made her way into the top 10 for Nationals in the public speaking division...

Girls basketball team quarantined; season is delayed

December 7, 2020

On Thurs. Dec. 3, all girls basketball players, managers and coaches were sent home after a member of the team tested positive for COVID-19. Originally, players and coaches were...

Culinary Club and Student Council hosts food drive

December 1, 2020

Between Nov. 30 to Dec. 11, Culinary Club and Student Council will be collaborating on hosting a food drive where students that are involved in clubs and extracurricular activities...

TenMinuteTalks: Capitol Break In with Anita White and Patrick Moss
TenMinuteTalks: Becoming the Special Olympics Coach for Nationals with Monica Maus

December 16, 2020

  In this week's episode, we talk with paraprofessional Monica Maus on becoming the coach for Special Olympics Nationals in 2022. https://open.spotify.com/episode/4t87GkEGUDQhvjE1ye9il9?si=1QNhIrdWRcuDH8O_mIgWOA

Covid-19 changes Special Olympics competitions

December 16, 2020

The Special Olympics is an annual event for students with disabilities to come together for fun and games. A regional director divides the Special Olympics up by regions, which...

TenMinuteTalks: Holiday Fever with junior Lola Southard

December 15, 2020

Welcome back to TenMinuteTalks, that's right it's ten minutes long again. In this week's episode we'll be talking with junior Lola Southard on her experiences with celebrating...

School counselor Stef Loveland shares her experiences with being adopted

November 30, 2020

On July 15, 1988, Steve and Anne Taylor received a phone call from William Newton Hospital in Winfield, Kansas informing them that their daughter, school counselor Stef Loveland...

Anonymous Instagram accounts gain popularity
Actor Elliot Page comes out as transgender

Actor Elliot Page comes out as transgender

December 7, 2020

“My joy is real, but it is also fragile.”  These are the words that Canadian actor and producer Elliot Page used in a letter he wrote on his Twitter and Facebook page announcing...

Young voters shatter early voting records

Young voters shatter early voting records

November 3, 2020

As the election looms, it will bring a close to a long and, at times, vicious campaign. Hopefully, it will be only the beginning of an unprecedented effort at increasing voter...

“Monument” by Keaton Henson Review – Henson never seems to disappoint

“Monument” by Keaton Henson Review – Henson never seems to disappoint

November 2, 2020

On Oct. 25, english folk-rock musician, composer, poet and visual artist Keaton Henson released his latest album “Monument” in tribute to his father, who passed away from a...

Varsity Wrestling in Caney
Girls and JV Wrestling in Seneca

Girls and JV Wrestling in Seneca

January 13, 2021

On Dec. 3, the girls and jv boys wrestled in Seneca, MO. The girls went 1-5 with their matches.

Varsity wrestling in Seneca

Varsity wrestling in Seneca

January 13, 2021

On Dec. 3, PHS took their varsity wrestling team to the Seneca Duals. They went 1-1, winning against Diamond and losing agains Seneca.

Girls basketball team quarantined; season is delayed

Girls basketball team quarantined; season is delayed

December 7, 2020

On Thurs. Dec. 3, all girls basketball players, managers and coaches were sent home after a member of the team tested positive for COVID-19. Originally, players and coaches were scheduled to come back...

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