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Take A Trip To P-Whip

Chandler Cooper, Reporter
April 3, 2014

It wasn’t a sick April Fool’s joke – Pineapple Whip on Glenstone really is back open as of April 1st! The weather may be rainy, but there’s a special glow over at 1309 S Glenstone. Yesterday, tons of people flocked to Pineapple Whip to relive the golden days of summer. Currently,... Read more »

She’s The MANN!

February 26, 2014

This year’s Top Ten chose Ms. Mann to accompany them to the ROSE banquet. Every year, the Top Ten students of the senior class choose a teacher that is inspiring and influential to accompany them at the ROSE Banquet, a celebration for the Top Ten Seniors. This year, without surprise, the students... Read more »

Winter Dance Will Be Valhall-Of a Good Time

January 14, 2014

  This year, Parkview’s cabinet is switching things up from the traditional Ladies Pay All dance in the winter, and are instead having a Vahalla-themed dance. Due to the low attendance of the LPA dance in the past, this year’s cabinet is hoping a regular dance will bring in more tickets. “We... Read more »

1st Place Goes to Parkview Speech and Debate Team

Brandy Barstow , Reporter
November 8, 2013

Congratulations to the Parkview Speech and Debate team! This past weekend, the  team won 1st place at the tournament held in Republic. They won every Varsity Debate event! The following students placed: Anna Davis and Noah Ward– 1st place, Champ Public Forum Debate Hannah Haynes andDominique Moore–... Read more »

Parkview holds “Rockstar Parking” event

Alexis McSparren, Magazine Editor-in-chief
August 29, 2013

Art teacher Mr. Kinkeade won first place in the competition for “VIP” parking. Back to school season is stressful in many different ways. There’s books, supplies, and clothes to worry about, and who wants to throw away the freedom of summer? Not to mention finding a parking spot on the... Read more »

Classy Commencement; Superb Graduation Speeches Reach a New Level

Chandler Eaton, Reporter
May 16, 2013

Bailey Snider, Alex Holden and Christopher Cole were this years commencement speakers. The light murmur of young children and teary-eyed mothers was hushed as graduates marched onto the floor. A sea of green flooded JQH Arena, with tassels blowing in the breeze. “It has been quite the high school career,”... Read more »

Missing Mr. Nurnberg

Abbey Belote, Opinion Editor
May 14, 2013

From running end to end on the soccer field, to running back and forth through the halls of Parkview, Clint Nurnberg has had quite the adventure as a Viking these past 13 years. In the fall of 2000, Parkview High School gained a boy’s varsity soccer coach, and a new English... Read more »

Online courses offered for 2013-2014 school year in SPS district

Rebecca Johnson, Feature Editor
April 1, 2013

Starting on Jan 26, high school students were able to register for online courses for the 2013-2014 school year. Classes offered include Personal Fianance, Physical Fitness, and Liberty and Law. “Summer school registration is April 3 at 10 a.m. We will have 66 openings in each course for summer,”... Read more »

Parkview freshman claim physics victory

Chandler Eaton, reporter
March 20, 2013

“Our poor freshman,” Stephanie Blake said. Shaking her head, Blake walked across campus early Monday morning on her way to the Missouri State University physics competition for junior engineers. “They are at a huge disadvantage to the other teams.” Blake sponsors the Junior Engineering... Read more »

A Requiem of Remembrance: Parkview singers dedicate performance to lost loved ones

Chandler Eaton, Reporter
March 6, 2013

Senior Brandon Beavers gazes down at the complex Latin words typed on his sheet music and the notes in the ominous D minor key. The conductor swings his arms south signifying the downbeat, a gesture that is followed by Beavers and 113 other Parkview Vikings singing the Requiem by Gabriel Fauré. A requiem... Read more »

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