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Sydney Stahlschmidt, Copy Editor

May 18, 2020

Summer 2020: Not What We Imagined

Summer 2020: Not What We Imagined

Rebecca Barnholtz, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2020

Summer 2020 was supposed to be one for the books, but with the recent emergence of COVID-19, things are not going as planned for a lot of people. Teens across the globe attend summer camps, and day by day more are getting cancelled for the entire summer due to the virus. Freshman Sarah Malter is on...

Hindsight is 2020

Sawyer Lownsdale, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2020

It feels like an eternity. Four years that seem so long, yet when it’s all finally over, you wonder where the time has gone. The class of 2020 has been robbed of their final month or so of high school, and it’s left my fellow seniors and I with a lot of time to feel sorry for ourselves. However, i...

Mental Health Tips For Quarantine

Rebecca Barnholtz, Staff Reporter

May 6, 2020

1. Stick to a routine. Go to sleep and wake up at a reasonable time, write a schedule that is varied and includes time for work as well as self-care. 2. Dress for the social life you want, not the social life you have. Get showered and dressed in comfortable clothes, wash your face, brush your teeth....

Seniors squeak in spring break

Hunter King, Luke Schaefer, Jack Rothrock, Brooke Hilton, Abby Poe, Sivan Rodin, Jill Stolte, Sophie Stinnett, Maddy Oliver, Savannah Vanhoogstrate, and Catherine Ke posing on the outlook of where they stayed.

Ryan Pham, Photo Editor

March 30, 2020

The sun is nice and high with temperatures in the 80s. Spring break came and went, and people traveled the world in that time. Every year a group of seniors go to Mexico. This year seniors Hugh Hodson, Tyler Wessel, Zach Oppenheim, Adi Sarangee, Jacob Stone, Jack Wittner, Nick Yn, Michelle Korenfeld, ...

PCH Gets New Turf Installation

Picture of the new turf. Photo by Adam Booker

Adam Booker, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2020

After the new turf was added, Parkway Central students were asked to see how they feel about the turf.   The cost was for all four Parkway fields but for all four the cost of each was under $2 million.  For our school it took a month and a half to install the turf due to weather, but if they were ab...

A Major Decision

Amari Sewer, Staff Reporter

March 29, 2020

“We’re not going to have a shortage of sports marketing degrees. We’re gonna have a shortage of doctors and nurses,” presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar said at the Democratic Debate on Mar. 3, 2020.  Many high school and college students have a hard time deciding what major they want to...

PCH Alum Makes it to the Super Bowl

PCH alum Stefanie Hillhouse(right) with fellow chief cheerleader at the Super Bowl game after the Kansas City Chiefs won for the first time in 50 years. Photo provided by Stefanie Hillhouse.

Sydney Stahlschmidt, Copy Editor

March 27, 2020

Teacher by day and cheerleader by night. Stefanie Hillhouse is one of the PCH alumni, along with football defensive tackle, Khalen Saunders, who were a part of the first Kansas City Chiefs Superbowl win against the San Francisco 49ers. However, many people don’t think about the hard work that it ...

CHAMPS 50 YEARS IN THE MAKING!

Players dunk Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid with Gatorade after they defeated the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020.

February 12, 2020

A football game played by the best teams in the NFL, a cavalcade of expensive advertisements, and an energetic halftime concert. These are the components that make up the Super Bowl, the most watched event in North America. Super Bowl LIV took place on Feb. 2 coincidentally Palindrome day, at Hard...

The World Mourns Basketball Legend

The World Mourns Basketball Legend

Haydn Schertz, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2020

  The tragic death of Kobe Byrant has brought the world to a stand still. A legend gone too soon. At only 41 years old, it was as if Bryant was just getting started. He finally had the time to become the dad he wanted to be and he was beginning to be a staple in the basketball world not a...

Project or Passion?

Senior Pavel Borovik’s guitar in the beginning stages of the project before the individual parts were attached.

Rebecca Barnholtz, Staff Reporter

February 10, 2020

Physics teacher, Jennifer Meyer assigns every one of her classes a project where students are prompted to create an instrument. This project is to help students in applying what they learned in their waves and sounds unit to the real world. “It was a Physics project, taking up about a week. By the...

Cookin’ It Up With Ayla

Junior Ayla Davis cooking at Chopped Junior. Photo courtesy of Davis.

Gabby Abowitz, Features Editor and Art Director

February 10, 2020

Many students here at Parkway Central have unique interests and hobbies that they pursue outside of school. For some it could be their after school job, practicing their instrument, or playing sports. For junior Ayla Davis, she found her passion in the kitchen. Davis first indulged in cooking when she...

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