By Sara Slayter and Logan Corner, opinion editor and staff writer With defeating Mysterio and getting the girl of his dreams, Peter Parker is almost certain his life is going … Continue Reading ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’: Will it be another hit?
By Brennen McWright, news editor Saegertown was crowned victor in Armstrong’s Breaking Bread initiative, which invited each PENNCREST School District high school to participate in the fourth annual “Avenge Hunger … Continue Reading Avenge Hunger Month: Panthers prevail in canned food competition
By Zaine Eback and LaWrynn Edwards, Panther Paw editor and managing editor In honor of both National Coming Out Day and LGBTQIA+ History Month, SPA (Saegertown Pride Alliance) hosted a … Continue Reading SPA spreads unity in the community
Compiled by Joe Slye, Haley Butler, and Brennen McWright, staff writers and news editor The following includes responses to questions sent out to the candidates of the 2021 PENNCREST School … Continue Reading PENNCREST School Board candidates share views
By Evin Barickman and Claire Barickman, staff writers Do you need a scary movie to watch this Halloween? Consider “The Sixth Sense” or “The Birds.” Each of these movies is … Continue Reading What to watch this Halloween
By Brennen McWright, news editor In order to boost student pride, a group of faculty members have established the Panther Cup, a year-long competition between grade levels. The PAWS (Positive … Continue Reading ‘PAWS’itive behavior rewarded in year-long competition
By Paisley Mangold and Camden Gjovik, editor in chief and staff writer Senior Dylan Flinchbaugh will take his shot at a golf state title next week. He was one of … Continue Reading Flinchbaugh ready for state golf tournament
By Emma MacAdam, website editor Additional words of wisdom from kindergarteners: What do you want to do when you graduate from high school? “Become President.” – Olive Vinz “Feed others.” … Continue Reading Words of wisdom from kindergarteners
The following includes responses to questions sent out to the candidates of the 2021 PENNCREST School Board election. The polls will be open May 18 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Registered voters may select four of the six candidates, and the top-four winners from each party will advance to the general election in November.
By LaWrynn Edwards, panther paw editor
Final score: Saegertown 285, Cambridge Springs 250, Maplewood 60.