Tardies and phone use spur policy review

Teachers met on a Mar. 15 staff development day to discuss consistent, enforceable tardy and cell phone policies. Attendance Office records show that 3.5 percent of students are tardy to first period--leading to over 11,000 tardy incidents since August--and 82 percent of teachers see student punctuality as a problem, according to an informal survey of 11 PRHS teachers.

Adolescentes saben una cosa o dos de inmigración

Estudiantes de Avid se reunieron en Bearcat Hall para celebrar un seminario socrático sobre temas como la inmigración y las redadas de ICE. La discusión fue madura mientras los estudiantes escuchaban las preguntas y opiniones de los demás.

PRJUSD approves green renovations

Nearly $10 million in district, water, utility, and energy costs for the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District are expected to be saved over the next 30 years with a new deal with Opterra Energy Services approved by the PRJUSD board of trustees...The project will renovate district utilities and replace them with more modern, environmentally friendly, and cheap alternatives.

Addressing the protest

Administration is keeping a careful eye out for injustice, prejudice and backlash against student groups during school hours, the ultimate goal being campus-wide security for as many Bearcats as possible.

Students protest travel ban, wall

Around 300 students of all nationalities swelled, chanted, and raised signs under the awning at lunch Thursday, Feb. 16 to hold a protest on equal rights for immigrants. The marchers walked from the PRHS quad to the sidewalk by the front of the school, where passing cars on Niblick Rd. honked horns in support and students cheered.

Kelly Franks visits PRHS

Former athletic trainer and CTE Healthcare teacher Kelly Franks returned on Wednesday, March 8 to Room 503 to share about her profession and the programs offered at Azusa Pacific University.