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Changing up the playing surface

Changing up the playing surface

April 22, 2024

For the 2024 season, the softball field at PHS has been redone and is now turf.  “We’ve...

AI comes to the classroom

April 22, 2024

A new policy regarding artificial intelligence has been implemented for the...

Adding a modern touch

Adding a modern touch

December 11, 2023

Recently, Pittsburg Community Middle School had a few updates made to the front...

Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health Matters

PHS students help spread awareness about mental health issues in school
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It’s not a destination but a process. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month; Yahaira Garcia and Isabella Silva show us the thoughts and overviews of mental health and what school can cause from PHS students, PHS teachers, and professional healthcare workers. “I know people around me that deal with their own issues but can’t speak out about it, ” Garcia said. “I want to be able to help people understand that it’s okay to talk about those issues that there’s so much help that they can receive by talking and reaching out for help rather than struggling alone and possibly becoming worse.”
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Isabella Silva, Photographer
This is Isabella Silva, she is a sophomore at Pittsburgh High School. Her favorite thing to take photos of is softball and multigeneration. This year will be her second year in media production.
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