By Jonathan H., Photo Editor
Older than baseball and Coca Cola, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, currently in its 141st year of crowd-pleasing antics and death-defying acts, just completed the “Fully Charged” edition of its show in Ohio, at Youngstown’s Covelli Center. Panther Press staff members Gabby Bradshaw and myself had a chance [...]
Archive for category: Press News
By Jonathan H., Photo Editor
By Colton S., staff writer
Things are heating up in Mr. Patrick’s metal shop as two teams prepare for the annual RoboBots competition which will be held on Saturday, April 2 at Meadville Area Senior High School. The first team, “1/4 inch too thin” will be using the bot called the [...]
By Steph M., Staff Writer
Ashley W.: first place opinion. Rien W. and staff: first place Web Site. Casey H. (EIC): second place sports. The Student Keystone Press Awards in association with the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association were presented at the Hershey Lodge on Wed. March 16. And the Panther Press was there.
The three winners [...]
By Rien W., Web Site Editor
Thanks to the writing skills of seventh grade science teacher Mrs. Gwendolyn DeVoge, Saegertown High School now has two new microscopes. The Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh(SACP) Elementary/Middle School Science Equipment Grants program recently awarded the equipment to DeVoge based on her grant application that detailed how she [...]
Answer this trivia question by e-mailing your answer to email@example.com
DEADLINE MONDAY, MARCH 7 @3:25p.m.
SHS students and staff only
All correct answers will be thrown in a hat and winners will be chosen at random.
For how many positive two-digit integers is the ones digit greater than twice the tens digit?
In the email include: your name, grade and [...]
By Derek S., Staffwriter
On Nov. 28, 2010, some 251,000 United States diplomatic cables started to be released through the whistle blowing website WikiLeaks. These cables revealed private conversations between U.S. diplomats concerning terrorists, foreign relations, internal government affairs, economic conditions, and UN Security Council matters. Called the political “9/11,” the [...]
By Lindsey L., Staff Writer
Spanish club students made their way to Cambridge Springs High School on Nov. 11, to see the Hispanic Flamenco Ballet. The two shows included songs featuring instruments such as drums, guitars, and a violin. Also, there were several types of dances performed, that were from different countries. Dancers [...]
With past experience in hand, the new Editor in Chief of the Saegertown Panther Press, senior Casey Handel said, “I know how to get things done.” When asked how he felt about his new position, Handel carried himself with ease, feeling fairly confident he is the right person for the job. “I know what’s expected,” [...]