Holocaust Speaker

    On Thursday, May 2, the sophomore class had the amazing opportunity to hear living history. Michael Herskovitz, spoke about his time during the Holocaust. He told the students who filled the auditorium about his life before, during, and after the Holocaust.     His father owned a shop, and the Nazis would come in and …

MLK Day of Service

Martin Luther King Jr. Day provides PV students with a plethora of volunteering opportunities.  The event has grown exponentially over the last six years, with hundreds of students participating, whether they are at the school or at a local facility. Since this is a district-wide event, high schoolers are not the only ones who participate; …

Alert the Zoo: Animals Roam the Halls of Perkiomen Valley High School

Maggie McGovern, Support Editor On Monday, November 26, 2018, five brave teachers came to Perkiomen Valley High School in various animal costumes as a part of Take Action’s fundraiser for the Humane Society of the United States. Take Action is a club that urges Perkiomen Valley to help the environment by becoming more aware, donating, volunteering, …

Barack Obama Returns to Politics

Meaghan Burke, Editor-in-Chief Former President Barack Obama returned to politics in a speech made at the University of Illinois on September 7, 2018. After he opened the speech with a U of I chant, students were enraptured as he joked about his lack of agricultural knowledge. It became clear that the former president had come …

Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Jess Matthews, Staff Writer During the summer months, students are given time to relax and pursue their own interests as they take a break from school. Many students hang out with friends, go to the beach or on some vacation, or work a part-time job. Another way to spend the free time is through volunteering. Volunteering …

A Moment in Time; PV Seniors 2018 Graduation

Christina McFadden, Managing Editor Last Friday, June 8th, Perkiomen Valley class of 2018 celebrated a memorable graduation, cherishing their final moments of high school as the doors to a new journey quickly follow behind their footsteps. For the forty-ninth year consecutively, Perkiomen Valley hosted the graduation at the Thomas J. Keenan Stadium; located directly across …

Change Only Occurs When We Take Action

Sarah Jenison, Staff Writer Clubs are an essential part of what makes the PV high school experience memorable and each club brings their own events and activities to the students and the local community. Events such as the outdoor garden, Humane Society fundraiser, and the beautiful under the sea mural decorating the school’s halls are …

PV Hosts Annual Special Olympics

  Ellie Natoli staff writer On May 24, 2018 PV held their annual Special Olympics.  Athletes from all across the district came together at the high school for a fun-filled day of games, food, and friends.   The beginning of the games was marked by the playing of the National Anthem and participants running a …

NBC Saves “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

After five great years, Fox cancelled “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, but before fans of the show even had the chance to let the tragedy sink in, NBC heroically swept in and picked up the show. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” followed the lives of the ninety-ninth police precinct in Brooklyn, specifically characters Captain Raymond Holt, Sergeant Terry Jeffords, Detectives Jake …