This Monday, Nov. 20, from 3:00 – 6:00, in the multi, the annual physics Rube Goldberg Competition will be held in the Student Union.
Courtesy of RubeGoldberg.com:
“The Rube Goldberg Machine Contest (RGMC) is named after the late cartoonist Reuben Lucius Goldberg. Having died in 1970, he lives on...Read More »
At Pleasant Grove High School, PGHS’ own Robotics Team, the BreakerBots, competed in the Capital City Classic against 42 other teams over two days for a chance to win one of their off-season events. The goal of the competition was to have 6 robots, or 3 robots per alliance, go...Read More »
What does it mean to be healthy? To never eat sweets? Exercise daily but fill yourself with junk food? Or eat numerous vitamin supplements every day?
People try to be healthy in various ways. Despite the differing views on maintaining one’s health, most people agree on one thing–avoiding sweets.
However, being healthy...Read More »
TORO PARK – As the gun fired last Thursday at the MTAL League Championship, the girls’ varsity team had one thing in mind – pass as many King City runners as possible. Through the rapid straights and numerous hills of the course, the Breakers pushed themselves harder than ever before,...Read More »
“Hey dude! Be nice.” T-shirts are now available to order for $10
The Special Education Department wanted to send some positive vibes out on our campus. With our PGHS Leadership Team, we have created these awesome T-shirts.
Please place your order on the order form and give your payment...Read More »
The Pacific Grove Girls’ Tennis Team season came to a close this past Thursday, November 2. The season concluded with two tough matches against opponents Santa Catalina and Stevenson, both of which ended in a 3-4 loss, followed by the MTAL tournament.
Charleen Hartmann, fourth singles, accounted for one of the...Read More »
“Bully”, 3 P.M. and 6 P.M. @ Student Union
Summary Courtesy of IMDB:
“This year, over 13 million American kids will be bullied at school, online, on the bus, at home, through their cell phones and on the streets of their towns, making it the most common form of violence young people...Read More »
On Friday October 13th, one of the spookiest days of the year, the Pacific Grove Breakers took on the Soledad Aztecs at home. During the game fans came wearing pink in support of breast cancer awareness and students had the annual powder toss at halftime.
The Breakers opened the game with...Read More »
The founder of T.A.S.K DiAnna Gamecho states the growth of her organization the best: “Like Asian Bamboo, it takes years before the seed shows itself as success…. For the first 4 years, we water, we nurture, we maintain, and we guide its direction of growth. It takes 5 years before...Read More »