• Robotics Teams Advances to State
  • Band Will Split for Concert Season
  • Lights Out For Showstoppers’ Performance
  • Hawks Play Tournament Schedule
  • Girls Soccer Faces New Year with New Team
Robotics Teams Advances to State

Robotics Teams Advances to State

The robotics teams is two for two. The teams advanced to state for the second year in a row, despite the fact that PG has only had a team for two years. Several students advanced in two different categories, inventions and arena. The state tournament will be held May 2 […]

Band Will Split for Concert Season

Band Will Split for Concert Season

Football has a varsity and JV team. Basketball has a varsity and JV team. Volleyball has a varsity and JV team. Now, band will too. This year, head band director Ed Grissom has decided to split the band into a Varsity band and a JV band. So instead of all […]

Lights Out For Showstoppers’ Performance

Lights Out For Showstoppers’ Performance

It only took 15 minutes for it to end. The Showstoppers werse watching backstage at the Perot as the Texarkana Symphony, when the lights flickered out. As the emergency lights turned on, drill team director Mrs. Beck came into the dressing room to tell the girls a transformer had blow […]

Hawks Play Tournament Schedule

Hawks Play Tournament Schedule

It’s not just the holiday season for the Hawk varsity boys’ basketball team. It’s also tournament season. After playing in the New Boston tournament this past weekend, they will face Daingerfield at home tonight. They beat Daingerfield in one of the consolation games Saturday as they finished fifth. The Hawks […]

Girls Soccer Faces New Year with New Team

Girls Soccer Faces New Year with New Team

Besides wrapping gifts and singing Christmas songs, the girls’ varsity soccer team will spend part of the holidays getting ready for their season. Their first game is Jan. 2 against Sulfur Springs which means they’ll have a couple days off during the break and then start practice again. However, practice […]

 

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PG Students Star in Nutcracker Performance

PG Students Star in Nutcracker Performance

A popular Christmas tradition is to go see the Nutcracker Ballet at the Perot. And part of that Nutcracker tradition has been that a Pleasant Grove dancer seems to always be dancing the part of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Senior Landry Guyton is...

 

Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

Fall Musical is Anything But Elementary

For those who remember “Conjunction Junction” and “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” are in luck because the theater department will be singing those songs from your Saturday morning cartoon memories this November. The annual musical is “School...

 

For One Night Only

For One Night Only

Nicole Brisco and Nina Cork’s students will display their wide range of talents and skills they have developed and mastered over the course of this school, tonight, at the 16th Annual Pleasant Grove High School Art Exhibition. The exhibition...

 

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That’s Just How We Roll

That’s Just How We Roll

The beeper goes off as my mom gives a sigh, memorizing the number before she pulls out her phone and taps in the numbers as I’ve seen her do so many times before. She gets off the couch in my grandfather’s house and rushes to get her keys...

 

A Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events

  It all started last year before the annual contest at Grim Stadium when I had the misfortune of spraining my ankle the morning of the competition. Sure, it didn’t stop me from marching; however, it did make every step I took in the...

 

An Encounter with X-Ray Machines

An Encounter with X-Ray Machines

From a minor concussion to a possible hiatal hernia to pink eye, this past month my health has flown out the window. With four doctors visits in the last four weeks, you could say that I have become accustomed to the monotone waiting room music...