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Student Media of Pittsburg High School

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Beth Blessent

Beth Blessent, Yearbook EIC

Bethany is a senior this year and has been on staff since she was a freshman. She started out as a photographer but since then has joined the yearbook staff. If she is not playing volleyball or softball, she is probably hanging out with her friends or chilling at home with her pets.

All content by Beth Blessent
Girls basketball forced to delay season after team is quarantine.

[Photo] Girls basketball team quarantined; season is delayed

Story by Hannah Gray, Print Co-Editor, Online Co-Editor
December 7, 2020
On Oct. 28, teacher Amber Kloster organized a field trip to Ol Yale Pumpkin Patch for students k-12 who have documented disabilities. Freshman Logan Johnson pumps water for the rubber duck race. According to Logans brother, senior Jorden Johnson, Logan likes to make people laugh. Logan is a one-of-a-kind kid, Jorden said. Hes really funny and tries to help anyone he can.

[Photo] A class for every student

Story by McKenna Hodges, Co-Editor-In-Chief
November 14, 2019
As athletes exited the building to compete at the bocce Special Olympics, students and staff gathered to cheer on the athletes. This was PHSs first time hosting the bocce event.

[Photo] Pittsburg High School hosts first bocce Special Olympics

Story by Hannah Gray, Print Co-Editor, Online Co-Editor
October 30, 2019
On September 13, varsity football won against Chanute 41-27 so the student section celebrated by throwing baby powder into the air.

Student section against Chanute

Story by Beth Blessent, Yearbook EIC
October 30, 2019
Freshman Gabby Kasjaka

[Photo] Q&A with freshman Gabby Kasjaka

Story by Kaley Mussa, Reporter
October 9, 2019

[Photo] Ahead of the game

Story by Lane Phifer, Multimedia Editor
March 20, 2019
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