Sophomore English student Nicholas Lyle enjoys playing video games in his free time, but also believes that video games can become a problem when played excessively. The semester project was to film a video talking about an issue and connecting it to an essential question, two works from the semester, using statistics to back up
Sophomore student Aiden Huckstep’s Sophomores Speak Out podcast for Ms. Raymond’s class was regarding teen suicide. The semester project was to film a video talking about an issue and connecting it to an essential question, two works from the semester, using statistics to back up your point. Huckstep knows the importance of understanding the causes
Sophomore English student Julia Smart considers herself an environmental enthusiast, and was presented with the semester project to film a video talking about an issue and connecting it to an essential question, two works from the semester, and using statistics to back up your point. Smart decided that for her Sophomores Speak Out project, she
The Pella High English department tried three different types of La Croix sparkling water and gave it a new name. See Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Whittington, Mrs. Williams, Mr. Mastbergen, and Ms. Blanton try them out and react to the flavors. Youtube video below.
The Pelladium met with senior Gabe Thomas before the final game of the regular season to talk about how he felt about the season so far. On Friday, October 19, Pella won the game against Grinnell 43-14. Next, they will be playing Xaxier in a playoff round on Friday, October 26.
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
Freshman Courtney Paxton interviews Suzi Jones about the annual improv show.
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
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
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