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Giant red ornaments are decorated across from Radio City on 6th Avenue. Nick Sukenna spends his Christmas Day exploring the Big Apple.

Students Celebrate Christmas Traditions

Alex Blum, Staffer December 9, 2022

Christmas is the time to spend with family and friends in which you celebrate the holiday. Every year, families have traditions that separate them from other families. Family traditions can be...

 Ava Jefferson and her parents went to her grandmothers house to celebrate Christmas. Everyone celebrates Christmas differently, but Jefferson celebrated following her family’s
tradition. Jefferson said “On Christmas I got to see my grandmother for dinner later in the day. In the morning we open gifts at my house, then I go to my other grandmothers and then also my grandfathers.”

Students reflect on winter break

Faith Younker, Staffer January 14, 2022

On Thursday December 23, 2021, not only did students get out early for winter break but, Students who are affiliated with clubs helped those in need by delivering Christmas baskets. The PAHS...

Guests from all over stood in line to get into Koziar’s Christmas Village. Koziar’s hours are 6pm - 9pm Mondays through Friday, and 4:30pm - 10:00pm on Saturdays and 4:30pm - 9pm on Sundays. “My favorite decor of the night had to be the window display of all the different subjects they had done. It was quite frigid but, I was dressed ready for the occasion,” said junior Brody Boris.

Students enjoy the scenery at Christmas Village

Alex Blum, Staffer December 17, 2021

A truly exciting way to celebrate Christmas time is traveling to Koziar’s Christmas Village to see a show of lights. This family tradition has half of a million lights scattered around the property....

Christmas Recipes to make you jolly

Christmas Recipes to make you jolly

Adriana Talamanantes , Staffer December 15, 2021

Christmas is coming fast and the long week consists of being stuck with your family. Staying inside with the warm smells of a home cooked meal, the cold biting your snow covered house, the sugar sweet...

Making gingerbread houses during the holiday season is a popular tradition for many students. During the break, several people decided to decorate them. “Making gingerbread houses is a fun way to express my creativity,” said graduate Gavin Holley.

PAHS students take on winter break

Greta Snukis, Editor-In-Chief January 27, 2021

“On December 23rd we will be having an early dismissal,” announced the PAHS administration. From December 23 to January 4, students had time off school to celebrate Christmas and to ring in the New...

Two kindergarten students from Mrs. Joyce’s class browse for gifts for their friends and family. The Holiday Gift Shop began on December 4th and ended December 10th. Kindergarten student, Joseph Petrosky said, “My favorite part of Christmas is Santa bringing him presents.”

Holiday Cheer at JSC

Carly Mohl, Staffer December 13, 2019

Students at JSC are getting into the holiday spirit by participating in the annual PTO sponsored Holiday Gift Shop. Every year, the PTO sponsors a marketplace full of affordable goodies, right in the elementary...

Xmas Questions

Aidan Moran, Staffer January 11, 2019

Teachers and students answer questions about their Christmas breaks.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Julie Szeliga, Staffer December 12, 2017

The hidden meaning behind Christmas lyrics

Jackson Gunelson, Editor-in-Chief January 29, 2016

The Christmas Song “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire” Chestnuts are traditionally from regions in the Mediterranean Sea. The tradition arose in the mid-16th century in which Romans would roast...

By the Numbers: Club Christmas Donations

By the Numbers: Club Christmas Donations

Emma Walinsky, Staff Writer January 27, 2016

AID: 230 coats donated to Salvation Army ALETHIA CLUB: one basket DEBATE CLUB: 24 items in a basket sent to a family in the district (estimated number) FRENCH CLUB: no response from teacher yet GERMAN...

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