There's a fine line between appreciation and appropriation, and this line can be difficult to distinguish without the proper education. Without any connection to a certain culture, it is seen to be ignorant and disrespectful to indulge in aspects of it. To avoid this, a suitable understanding and respect for other cultures must be obtained before they can be celebrated.
The PRHS mock trail team fought in a prosecution on Jan 28th and Feb first and second against SLO, Templeton, Mission Prep, and Coast Union high schools. The case was about human trafficking and false imprisonment. Following a valiant effort, the team lost with a close score.
This novel offers a new perspective on our furry friends, and is packed with emotion, humor, and warmth. It remained a New York Times bestseller for 49 weeks following its release. The love expressed by fans for this book has proven time and time again its status as a must-read, and one that will change any reader's life.
Human activity is the prime suspect of damage to the environment. Actions as simple as driving a car, using plastic bags, and flushing the toilet can greatly harm the earth. However, these habits can be broken over time in order to save our planet from something that slowly eats away at it day by day: climate change.
The week of homecoming at PRHS is a festive affair, filled with pep and anticipation for the big game. This year, an aura of generosity and altruism accompanied the event. For the first time in history, PRHS decided to sponsor a charity, the chosen being the Make a Wish Foundation, with homecoming. Other schools have had similar ideas, and ASB president and senior Josh Dewhurst was inspired by them.