The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


The Student News Site of Pattonville High School


S3, E2: The Ohio Train Derailment: America’s Mini Chernobyl?

Christian Movick, Multimedia Editor May 31, 2023

On February 3, 2023, an Ohio train derailed carrying a variety of toxic chemicals close to the Ohio-Pennsylvania boarder. Join Christian, Multimedia Editor, as he digs into the details of the incident.

Splashing into Summer: Local Pool Pointers

Matthew Jacobi, Editor-in-Chief May 31, 2023

The Bridgeton Crossing Family Aquatic Park, located in the Pattonville community, opened its doors on Memorial Day weekend. Join Matthew, Editor-in-Chief, as he covers a local institution.

How the 2024 Election is Shaping Up So Far

Christian Movick, Multimedia Editor May 31, 2023

The 2024 election cycle is looking out to be an interesting race. Follow Christian, Multimedia Editor, as he reviews current contenders for the presidential race. To view photo credits, please visit...

Freshman Starter: Insider

Elise Banks, Copy Editor May 19, 2023

As a freshman starter for the varsity girls soccer team, Mila Hunter recounts her favorite memories and experiences from this season and shares what she hopes to accomplish next year.

Students from Roh-Kappa and STUCO welcomed the Veterans and First Responders as they walked in.

Pattonville Honors Local Veterans and First Responders

Rebecca Simpkins, Sports Editor November 30, 2022

On Friday, November 11, Pattonville's Roh-Kappa chapter and Student Council sponsored the annual Veteran's and First Responders Day Program. The event included a breakfast served by the culinary arts...

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The drum majors constantly look for ways to make things look or sound cleaner, better, and smoother. “There are always improvements that we can make musically and visually, but making sure everyone has a great attitude going in and the mental focus to perform is essential in competition,” Patrick Ferguson said.

3 for 3: Pride of Pattonville Receives Grand Champions at Three Competitions for Third Year

Abigail Evers, Writing Editor October 21, 2022

The Pride of Pattonville Marching Band has received Grand Champions at three competitions this season, marking the third year they have won all three. Pride of Pattonville competed in their annual competition...

Sophomores Enter New Territory: Tackling In-Person High School

Jaida Phillips, Staff Writer June 10, 2022

Jaida Phillips talks about how the Class of 2024 missed out on the "normal" freshman year of high school. She talks to counselor Chaun Tate, and current sophomores Makenna Azerolo and Jordan Kedl Thomas.

Through the good and bad times leading up to the show, the end of the four month journey was bittersweet for the company. Connor claimed, “I got to connect with people that I wouldn’t have expected to connect with and to be able to try to work up to be the same role model as the seniors did my freshman year.” Seeing the process from the beginning to the end is something anyone who is involved in theater likes to see. Keller explained, “It was the seeing things go from the start of the four months to the end, how everything slowly builds and builds, and ‘Oh this isn’t gonna look good’ to the end where ‘Oh my gosh this is amazing’ that made this so worth it for me.”

Behind the Scenes of the Spring Musical

Abigail Evers and Mackenzie Rosenthal April 20, 2022

After four months of preparation, the Pirate Players performed a production of The Little Mermaid on February 17, 18, 19, and 20. Although the opening night was scheduled for February 17, the Thursday...

Wheelchair basketball is played by people with different level of physical disabilities that prevents running, jumping and pivoting. Riding on a wheelchair, a game of basketball is played among two teams of five players each.

Teaming Up to Support Rolling Rams

Mackenzie Rosenthal, Writing / Photography Editor November 23, 2021

Senior and lead cast member, Meredith Stroud, says In my opinion, memorizing lines is somewhat easy, but theres a big difference between memorizing and presenting your lines. You may be able to stand on stage and recite your line, but whether or not you can present it in an engaging way to an audience is a different story. You constantly have to remember to speak slowly and with clarity, but also make it sound natural, like youre saying for the first time.

Creating a Show Stopper: Pirate Players Take on Tracy Wells (One Stoplight Town)

Abigail Evers, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

From September 2 through the show week in October, a tremendous amount of preparation went into creating the Pirate Players'  One Stoplight Town. The first couple of weeks, rehearsals ran from 2:30...

Madison Leckrone kicks up dirt, sliding in safe mere seconds before the catcher for the Wildcats can tag her out. The crowd was out of their seats in suspense.

Counting the Runs: Softball Season On a Roll

Adrienne Mansdoerfer, Contributing Writer and Photographer October 6, 2021

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Aiden Perfects the Crepe

Aiden Randell, Contributing Writer and Photographer May 19, 2021

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