PHS Students of all grades will gather around Titan Way on Friday Sept. 26th— near the senior lot and watch this year’s Poway High School Homecoming Parade. This year the theme is the “Heroic Homecoming” so the parade will be filled with all of the classes favorite superheroes! Most students have heard about float building after school on the daily announcements, and this is what it is all leading up to.
Different Sports teams, Homecoming nominees, clubs, and class floats will be in the parade along with teacher of the year, Katie McMillian and employee of the year, Gene Morris. This day with be filled with the enthusiastic Titan Spirit.
Even though many did not know Chelsea King, she made a huge impact in the lives of teachers, Poway students, and even citizens of Poway and San Diego.
Chelsea’s younger brother, Tyler King, made a documentary about Chelsea’s life. Because of this documentary, so many can now see the King Family’s experience and how they are dealing with Chelsea being gone four years after she was kidnapped in Rancho Bernardo Community Park, raped and murdered.
Tyler was 13 years old when his sister was murdered. He made this documentary to share his personal experience and inspire other kids to use their voices and speak against sexual predators. There was recently a showing on the 23rd of September at the San Diego Film Festival, and the movie will be out to the public in a few weeks after the Academy Awards.
BEN ISAACS. Staff Writer
Poway High School is throwing a 5k Fun Run to support student services and fund the salary of coordinator Traci Baker-Ball. October 11th at Road Runner Sports San Diego. 5553 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111.
Mrs. Barker-Ball’s salary is based on donation and fundraisers. Unfortunately her salary wasn’t quite up to par due to budget cuts and a lack of donations; she was scheduled teach a class this year. Poway high school is hosting this run in hopes to make her full time in student services.
KARLA RAMIREZ. Editor
Poway High seems to be having problems with dress codes.
Poway High Students are going crazy with dress codes! Clothes are appropriate for climate, but not for school. Principal Assistants cannot stop sending students to change their clothes. Every day, at least four girls get dress code, and for a 30 minute lunch, that is a lot of students.
However, the boys’ dress code is not as strict as the girls’. It is a rule that seems to be harder for girls because the most common reason for them getting dress codes is that they are showing too much skin, shorts, skirts and dresses are not such a big deal as the tops.
KIENAN MORRISSEY. Staff Writer
As ASB starts the new school year, the work load is large for the
short amounted time they have acquired. President, Megan Miller
starting her year as president with many activities .
The first month of school will hold, the kickoff of football season,
dozens of pep rallies, the morP dance and homecoming.
For ASB this means dedicating There time and
effort for all planning and working of these events.
As Miller said, ”It is the busy time for ASB as we set up for the new
school year and prepare for all the fun events to come.”