The Red & Black

There are so many things to do this Fall (from a distance) that embraces one of the best seasons of the year.

Fall Fun is here!

September 16, 2020

This fall is going to look a little different from most, but it can still be full of classic fall fun. The months of September, October and November can be the best ...

Hybrid Learning and Its Effect on Social Development

The first day of in-school learning for Colin, Killian, and Dylan Reynolds. They are required to wear masks all day like most schools so they decided to get a head start!

Olivia Thorgersen, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

This time is crazy for all of us no doubt. The freshman will experience a year no incoming class has ever come close to. The seniors will have the most ...

The senior class is pictured here in front of their Peter Pan Homecoming float from a past parade. Will Homecoming look the same this year?

A Future for the Class of 2021

September 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our spring, summer, and doesn't seem to be going away just yet.  As the 2020-21 school year approaches, students are finding it d...

Class of 2020 official portrait marks an important milestone of senior year.

Senior Last Will & Testament

June 22, 2020

A Red & Black tradition that goes back to our print days is back!

The Class of 2020 Top

The Class of 2020 Top “Quaran”-TEN

June 8, 2020

The Red & Black asked this year's top 10 some questions to get to know them more. Question 1: What was the LOWEST grade you've ever received? Tell us...

10 Things To Do When You’re Stuck Inside

I've been working on this particular doodle for several days. Try finding a hobby that is both calming and stimulating for your mind.

Crystal Zaharatos, Staff Writer

March 19, 2020

So, as you may know we have off of school for quite some time. Many of us are probably thinking what am I going to do this whole time if I'm not allowed out with my fr...

This is my interview outfit with sash after the interview was completed.

My Journey to Miss New York Teen USA

March 5, 2020

Getting ready for an event where you have no prior experience is nerve wracking in itself, especially when the event consists of being on stage. In January 2...

Students gathered in the library yesterday to celebrate and elevate the major contributions to the humanities by African-American writers and voices.

PMHS Library Hosts the African-American Read-In

February 27, 2020

It is 2020 and Black History Month is more relevant than ever. In the tumultuous times we live in, it is important that we take the time to acknowledge...

Another year, another promising future. The Class of 2019 gathered, along with their loved ones, to celebrate a milestone of achievement: High School Graduation. Some are moving on to college, some to the Armed Services, and others to the work force. Whatever their choices, they have reason to be proud just like PMHS.

The Senior Academy

February 24, 2020

“They just need extra love; they just need someone that cares for them, like an extra parent at school. It’s a big place and we are trying to make...

Staying safe in crowded venues means being aware of your surroundings at all times.

Tips for Staying Safe at Concerts

February 12, 2020

I don’t know about you, but every time I open Instagram, I see at least one person who went to a concert the night before. I noticed that this February...

Caitlin and Michael Rattien took some time from their wedding day to capture pictures outside the high school in commemoration of their meeting eleven years prior as high school sweethearts.

Yes, High School Sweethearts Are Real

February 10, 2020

Some people end their high school relationships before going to college while others stay together and try long distance for some time. Those couples wh...

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