The Viking Vanguard

PHS grad bikes across America

July 11, 2016

PHS graduate Logan Fitzgerald, set off on June 17, on a biking trip across the country, for the whole story visit the link below.

Facilities explained

The main building door closest to the gym (and others like it) has been fitted with a band to aid those who normally have trouble opening the door. This band has been labeled with a statement

Suzy Stone, Print Editor

June 28, 2016

Black bands have recently appeared on the north entrance doors of the main building. Para-educator Peggy Haskey explains the reason the bands are on the door. “[The bands] are to assist a student that is not able to use the handles that are on the doors. It is a low-tech way to make the entry...

Yadder crowned Mr. Puyallup

Jessie Galan, Viking Student Media

June 22, 2016

Blood drive serves community

Adrie Alino, Viking Student Media

June 22, 2016

Alumni provide tips on life after high school

June 8, 2016

Everyone experiences hardships in their transition from high school to college Alumni Matthew Voss and Celeste Grinnell, both of whom are in college want to help ease that transition. “The biggest change for me was the change of culture and being so far away from my family,” Grinnell said. Grinnell...

Sparks to Get New Look

Jaxon Owens, Website Ediotr

June 8, 2016

Carl Sparks Stadium has been home to many events since its creation in 1987, including PHS football, soccer, track and field and also was home to many soccer state championship games. One thing it has not seen since 1987 is a full paint job. Puyallup School District Athletic Director Rick Wells...

Harriet Tubman to be on $20 bill in 2020

Clare Brown, Staff

June 8, 2016

After 10 months of public comments, Treasury Secretary, Jacob J. Lew, announced April 20 that Harriet Tubman, a former slave and abolitionist, will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 in 2020. Sophomore Lauren McCabe believes the change is good. “I do not think it is necessary but I think it is...