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Connor Lander (12) kicks a punt on the ten yard line against Rockwood Summit on Aug.8. Lander committed to play football at Lindenwood University

Central Under Pressure

Landon Chen, Opinion and Entertainment Editor January 19, 2024

With the clock winding down to half time during the district final, the Colts football team was fending off the 8-2 Vashon Wolverines. So far the game was tied 7-7, however, coach Ryan King called on three...

Abi Kornblum (12) making dreidels to celebrate Hanukkah on Dec. 6.

A Club Welcome to Everyone

Amanda Arst, Staff Reporter January 17, 2024

With a goal to bring people together no matter religion, gender, ethnicity or background, Jewish Student Union (JSU) is a club that is open and welcome to everyone. JSU meets Wednesdays once a week from...

Jen and John Meyer with their children, Willow and Brooks, while traveling in Yellowstone.

Teacher Feature: Mr. Meyer

Maya Sagett, Managing/Copy Editor January 17, 2024

You may know him as the guy with the ponytail in the Social Studies commons, or maybe as “that teacher married to Ms. Meyer.” Tucked away at the end of the hallway, John Meyer is everyone’s favorite...

Creating a Healthy Lifestyle

Taylor Jesse, Staff Reporter January 17, 2024

Typically, in order to be an outstanding athlete who plays at a high level should have a diet that consists of nothing but healthy foods. Yet, multiple athletes from differing sports report their unhealthy...

Seniors, Andrew Kastner (left), Andrew Rain (left), Kaitlyn King (right), and Wilson Wujcik (right), read the scripture on Thursday Nov. 30 at Panera.

A Bond That Lasts Forever

Taylor Jesse, Staff Reporter January 17, 2024

CFC, the Catholic Faith Club, not only is a club but a unique society that has brought people of different beliefs, opinions, and history together to commerce their thoughts on their faith. This club,...

Keith Herberger tries to solve a trinomial using the quadratic formula. Herberger needed lots of hints because he “Hasn’t done math in 30 years”

Does Math Even Matter?

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter January 17, 2024

Who cares about math anyway? What’s the point in learning how to prove a triangle is a triangle? Why do I have to take math if I don’t want to pursue a math-related job? These are common questions...

Senior pursues passions in music and culture

Kriti Dhaduvai, Features editor December 15, 2023

Zoe Wang is a senior here at PCH. If you haven’t seen her at the forefront of the International Club’s events, then you may have seen her singing and playing guitar at the yearly cabaret shows. Wang...

Palestinians inspect the ruins of Watan Tower destroyed in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza city, on Oct. 8. Photo credit Naaman Omar.

War Reaches Chesterfield

Sidney Moss, Staff Reporter December 1, 2023

On Oct. 8 the Israeli government declared war on Islamic militant group Hamas following a surprise attack involving a barrage of missiles and a storming of towns surrounding the Gaza Strip. In retaliation...

Christie Staszcuk helps sophomore Tyler Harper on an assignment during ac- lab on Friday Nov. 10.

Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye)

Alyssa Weisenberg, Photo Editor November 29, 2023

Out of the 7,100 languages spoken today, English is the third most popular language, according to  translatedtoday.com. Mandarin is the most popular language. So, why doesn’t Parkway Central High School...

The Many Roads to Education

Maya Sagett, Managing/Copy Editor November 21, 2023

We've all been asked the question, "what do you want to be when you grow up?" more times than we can count. For some, careers and goals even continue to evolve after one has already been established. But...

Dillion Steele (12) and Henry Overmann (12) act in a sneak peak of the play at the teaser.

The Story That Goes Wrong

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter November 21, 2023

“The Play That Goes Wrong” is exactly what it sounds like. It is a play about a community theater trying to put on a show but everything keeps going downhill. To pull off this play, students have to...

Senior William Unk teaches the light crew about the back fixture of a light on Oct.19.

The Star behind the Stages

Esther Wang, News Editor November 21, 2023

The greatest star in theater is arguably not on the stage - he’s up in the light booth, clicking buttons for the audience’s enjoyment. Senior William Unk has become a star technician in the theater...

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