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October 19, 2018


Freshman Ryan Hancock Qualifies for State Wrestling

Freshman Ryan Hancock qualified for state by winning his districts bracket. He was the first person to do this since Levi Azinger in 2014. Hancock was pinned in 2:34 during his first match by Nick Miller of Wauke. In Hancock’s second match, he was pinned in 3:16 by Kaden Kams of Waterloo West. Watch the

Zoe Card on Business Horizons Summer Camp

Sophomore Zoe Card was awarded a scholarship from the Des Moines Register to attend the Business Horizons Camp at Central College last summer. Zoe wrote many drafts of an application essay to send to the Des Moines Register in order to considered for the scholarship. The article that Card wrote about was how she would

2017 State Track Meet

On May 18, 19, and 20, the Lady Dutch Track team received the honor of state runner up for the second year in a row. Twenty four members of the team competed. According to Coach Dak Rasmussen, the coaches worked hard to keep the girls on their toes for state. “We don’t wanna work them

Student Body Campaign

As the voting days come closer, it’s important to understand who you’re voting for. Here at the Pelladium, I’ve taken the liberty to interview your candidates and find out exactly what they stand for. Bailee and Ava Bronwyn and Cecily Makayla and Ethan Isaac and Elizabeth

AP Government Visits Capital

On Tuesday, March 28, the AP Government classes took a trip to the state capitol to participate in citizen lobbying. Every student was to prepare materials over an issue they were compelled to speak out on. They then had to contact a Congressman with whom they would meet to discuss their issue and push for

Ana’s Fundraiser

Senior Ana Cobzac, a foreign exchange student from Moldova, has created a fundraiser to help raise money for Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines by selling ribbons. She has a committee consisting of seniors Amber Morgan, Sarah Downs, and Sophie Streichert along with sophomore Olivia Vanderleest and junior Ally Pronina. This committee helped her make

Peer P.E. Field Trip to Simpson

On January 26, the Pella High adaptive P.E. class traveled to Simpson College. They attended an event that the local AEA (Area Educational Agency) puts on every year called “Hoop it Up.” This event has activities related to basketball for kids with special needs to participate in. Pella High has attended this event ever since

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