February is the month to celebrate Black History. Black History Month was established in 1926 in the United States when historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of …Read more
Presidents’ Day is the third Monday of every February and this year it falls on the 17th. Presidents’ Day is a day to celebrate and remember presidents. As it is a public holiday, school will be closed on this day.…Read more
The end of the first semester has come, we are half way through the school year already. Students please make sure that you know what your second semester classes are, and that there aren’t any scheduling issues. Freshman also make …Read more
If you have not tried Penn’s school lunch as of yet, you are missing out! The lunch menu is filled with many meals, from pizza, to burgers, to fried chicken and mashed potatoes. The school is required to serve you …Read more
The Penn bookstore does not only sell books, but they also sell school merchandise. You can buy your gym clothes, school merchandise, some supplies and obviously books. After you buy the book make sure to check out the IMC to …Read more
It has started to get cold and drafty the weather is very unpredictable so please get your flu shot and cover-up. Places such as Walgreens, Target, CVS, Walmart, and Rite-aid all offer free flu shots.
We have already had a …Read more
On October 31st Halloween was celebrated by the masses and fright was in the air. Monsters roamed the streets going door to door begging for candy. Frankenstein debuted in the novel Frankenstein by author Mary Shelley in June of 1816; …Read more