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Dr. Amy Grich smiling for a photo.

Amy Grich Joins PCH Admin Team With A Smile

Sophia Spicuzza, Editor In Chief June 1, 2022

As the 2021-22 school year comes to a close, the PCH community is getting ready to welcome a new assistant principal to the staff. Dr.Amy Grich will become a new assistant principal for the 2022-23 school...

Major Decisions to be Made

Major Decisions to be Made

Maya Sagett, Staff Reporter May 20, 2022

Every kid spends their childhood dreaming about what they want to be when they grow up. Whether it's a princess, a firefighter, or doctor, the options are endless. But when it comes to making those dreams...

Mobil station on Chesterfield Airport Rd. Photo by Chase Giancola

The Spike in Gas Prices

Chase Giancola, Staff Reporter May 12, 2022

Gas prices have been rising since the early 2000s, but have experienced a spike in recent years. In Missouri in 2000, a gallon of gas was about $1.50. Now, it has almost doubled, clocking out at $3.87...

Honoring Retiring Faculty

Honoring Retiring Faculty

Matthew Bird, Staff Reporter May 12, 2022

Karen Schwent After 15 years in education, computer science and business teacher Karen Schwent is retiring this year. She started teaching here in Parkway and has stayed in the district ever since....

Sam Brown (10) began attending GSA meetings a few weeks into the school year after his initial plan to hide being transgender. Brown has since became a driving force in the administration’s final push to construct a gender neutral bathroom. Photo by Ellie Sioumcas.

Gains in Representation

Emma Li, Features Editor May 11, 2022

After the completion of the outdoor concession stands and restrooms, the latest project involves redoing the restrooms at the top of the upper commons and by the theater, as well as building a new hall...

Ways to show Spirit of Central

Ways to show Spirit of Central

Alanna Stovall , Staff reporter March 31, 2022

The Spirit of Central Awards were presented on March 4 in the PCH Theater.  Dr. Powers, who has been at Central for 16 years,said it was started 15 years prior to her being here. So it’s been around...

Parkway Central High school flier for Ukraine donation drive.

Helping Out 5,000 Miles Away

Carli Alper, Staff Reporter March 31, 2022

Even though it is 5,439 miles away, there is still a war happening between Ukraine and Russia. Russia is trying to take control of Ukraine and conquer it, but the Ukrainian citizens are putting up a fight...

Spanish Teacher Dan Kelty teaches AP Spanish 5 on March 29. Photo by Matthew Bird.

Legislation to Change Education System: Could Missouri be next?

Matthew Bird, Staff Reporter March 31, 2022

Indiana. Florida. Texas. These states and others are all debating bills relating to increased parental oversight of public schools. With this ideology spreading across the country, many are asking if our...

A stack of books. Image courtesy of Pixabay.

Two is Better Than One

Emma Li, Features Editor February 22, 2022

It’s green, memeable, and has a hilarious TikTok account. It’s Duo, the Duolingo Owl.  Duo has been terrorizing unfaithful learners since 2011 with emails and notifications when learners do not...

Official rendering of the Centene Stadium , along with City SC’s training facility in downtown St. Louis. Photo’s courtesy of St. Louis City SC.

City SC 2 To Debut In March

Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

Soccer enthusiasts were thrilled when St. Louis was granted a Major League Soccer team in 2019, planned to debut in the 2023 season. Three years later, City SC has been expanding in a variety of ways....

During Character Day, the second day of KISS Week, Carine Heller (12) and Nathan Rozanski (12) show off their costumes.

KOH Out, Dance Marathon In

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter February 22, 2022

Member of STUCO, Ryan Klein (12) remembers how the KOH dance and KISS week used to be before covid. “My best memories are at KOH and KISS Week leading up to it,” Klein (12) said. Keeping in School...

Chart showing the various symptoms of long COVID

Dizziness and coughing and fevers oh my!

Alyssa Davis, Staff Reporter February 22, 2022

Blurred vision, breathlessness, a headache. Coughs rack your body as you struggle to get up, but you can’t. Your joints hurt and you can’t travel very far without becoming exhausted. According to Yale...

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