Panther Prints

Top Three Events for the Weekend of Jan. 20th

Top Three Events for the Weekend of Jan. 20th

by Maddie Badowski, PR & Advertising Director

January 20, 2017

Travel to the Tropics Family Festival: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, this is a chance to explore two stories full of tropical butterflies and get up close and personal with some species and learn where they come from! Admission is $8. Learn more here. Gloria Showing: The AT&T Performing Arts Center is host...

Barn Fire Kills FFA Livestock

by Elise Miller, Co Editor-in-chief

January 12, 2017

A fire killed four pigs at the Plano ISD FFA barn on Jan. 8. Students from Plano East, Plano West and McMillen all owned the pigs. Two pigs were killed in the fire, while two died from injuries related to the fire. The barn endured damage. The main supplies that were lost were equipment, feed and tac...

December Issue Crossword Key

December Issue Crossword Key

by Maddie Badowski, PR & Advertising Director

December 8, 2016

Band Goes to State

Band Goes to State

by Madison Moseley, Co Editor-in-chief

December 7, 2016

This year the band qualified to attend the UIL State Marching Band Contest, simply called “State” by students, something that has not been done since 2012, placing 26th out of 40 with their show Steampunk Heart. The band participates in the State competition, once every two years. In this competi...

Congratulations Swimmers!

Congratulations Swimmers!

by Maddie Badowski, PR & Advertising Director

November 30, 2016

Congratulations to the Varsity swimmers, placing 22nd as a team (out of 90 teams) and to the girls for setting a new school record in the 200 freestyle relay! Congratulations as well to out individual event finalists: Kate Hilton, Weylen Chang, and James Baldwin. Photo Credit: Yearbook Staff ...

2016 Homecoming Queen is Crowned!

2016 Homecoming Queen is Crowned!

by Maddie Badowski, PR & Advertising Director

September 27, 2016

Homecoming Gymboree

Homecoming Gymboree

by Elise Miller, Co-Editor-In-Chief of Content

September 23, 2016

  Spending more money on personalization and less money on the venue, the Student Senate has decided to move homecoming back to the gym this year. Aside from the fact that the Plano Centre was booked for homecoming weekend, and is currently under construction, this year’s homecoming is expect...

New Panther Prints Staff Announced

New Panther Prints Staff Announced

by Spencer Humphrey, Head Designer

April 11, 2016

The 2016-2017 Panther Prints staff and editorial positions have been announced. Congrats to the new staff! Editor-in-Chief of Content ------------ Elise Miller Editor-in-Chief of Design ------------ Madison Moseley Video Editor ------------ Rachel Stokes Sports Editor ------------ Van Malone  Public Relations Direc...

PESH journalists excel at competitions

PESH journalists excel at competitions

by Spencer Humphrey, Head Designer

April 11, 2016

Panther Prints staffers were recently honored at several local journalism contests, including Dallas Morning News High School Journalism Day, and the District 6-6A UIL Journalism meet. Please help us congratulate these students on their honors, and wish those continuing on in the UIL Competition good...

Red/processed meat officially linked with cancer, according to WHO

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by Emi Nakahara, Copy Editor

March 23, 2016

Sorry, bacon lovers; that crispy strip of heaven might be as hazardous to your health as a cigarette. The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially classified processed meats such as sausages, bacon and salami as Group 1 carcinogens, while red meat is classified as "probably" carcinogenic. "It's...

To vape or not to vape

To vape or not to vape
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by Emi Nakahara, Copy Editor

February 26, 2016

Cigarette smoking has earned its notoriety as the harbinger of all medical problems--cancer, obesity, heart disease, asthma, stroke, diabetes--name any health complication, smoking will probably cause or worsen it. To satisfy that special craving for tobacco, smokers have turned to an alternative: E-cigarettes. "I...

All hail King

All hail King

by Emi Nakahara, Copy Editor

October 27, 2015

Students were given the decision of whose head would be shaved in efforts to help provide cold caps for patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment, and students answered. Raising an impressive $308, principal George King combed his hair that Friday morning one last time before he bid farewell. "It...