kcpipernews.com

  • September 16The sophomore class Prince and Princess are Adam Novak and Zoey Pudenz
  • September 16The junior class Prince and Princess are Kyron Fergus and Gwen Gambrill
  • September 16Candidates for senior class Queen are Morgan Haworth, Jamike Unoke, Jamir Jones, Sydney Rhodes, and Natalie Frick
  • September 16Candidates for senior class King are Jack Robinson, Miles Lockridge, Rene Evans, Drake Devine, and David Holmes

New face welcomes office visitors

New face welcomes office visitors

Keegan Sparks

September 11, 2013

Attention, students! That is a new voice on the intercom. Marcea Brown is the secretary in the main office. “I love the school environment,” Brown said. “The students have been very polite so far, and I’m enjoying it.” Before Brown joined the school staff, she worked from home, selling Ma...

Dr. Schumacher has entered the building

Dr. Schumacher has entered the building

Alyssa Sullivan

September 5, 2013

Dr. Michael Schumacher has entered the building. The new principal said he hopes that he can get to know students, as well as students getting to know him. “I’m trying to learn to play the guitar, but I’m not very good at it,” Schumacher said. Like many teenagers, Schumacher said he...

World of Warne

World of Warne

Kcpipernews

May 17, 2013

With the wit of a stand-up comedian and the moustache of a demigod, there’s only one teacher that is able to simultaneously balance on top of a desk whilst commanding a classroom full of government students. This historic individual is the one and only Bill Warne. Gracing the halls with his presence...

‘Wigs Out’ proves to be a success

‘Wigs Out’ proves to be a success

Alyssa Sullivan

April 27, 2013

44 students and staff members participated in a ceremony April 24 to support those with cancer. The ceremony was a part of Claire Bender's senior project, Wigs Out. Those with eight inches of healthy hair had the option of donating it to a program that makes real hair wigs for people battling cancer. "That...

Summer, fall, winter spring cleaning

Summer, fall, winter spring cleaning

Alyssa Sullivan

April 8, 2013

As a teenager, one can sometimes have the feeling of being unnoticed of achievements they have reached or feel like just another face in the crowd. Traveling with a herd of people to every class, every single day can make a person feel smaller than they actually are. What about the people that clean...

Proms of the Past

Alyssa Sullivan

April 5, 2013

While students prepare for prom April 20, teachers have taken the opportunity to pull out their dusty yearbooks and review the proms they attended while in high school. Some remembered everything down to what color the napkins were; others couldn’t remember what their meal was. Tiffany Scheffler...

FCCLA headed to state

FCCLA headed to state

Hope Grable

April 5, 2013

FCCLA has been around for a while, but not many people know what it is. The acronym stands for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. It is a national club with many chapters around the country. Members have the opportunity to compete in STAR events (Students Taking Action with Recognition)....

Gas prices on the rise

Sean Pahls

April 5, 2013

Bought your scooter yet? Not too long ago, the idea would have been a laugher. But with pump prices stacking high and digging deep into pocketbooks, the idea may be considered plausible to some. But the roots run much deeper than just a swipe of a card. Just ask teacher Mark Turrentine. Driving...

Poppin’ Tags

Maddy May

April 5, 2013

“I’m gonna pop some tags,” are the opening lyrics to Thriftshop by Maclamore. Not only has the song swept the nation, but the trend as well. Nowadays there are some “thrifty” students that don’t feel the need to go out and spend $100 plus on a pair of jeans, instead they take a trip to...

Balancing Act: Springtime, the season of too much to do

Alyssa Sullivan

April 5, 2013

BY ALYSSA SULLIVAN As spring approaches, everything starts to come to life. Not only do blooms and baby animals appear, but students gear up for what seems to be the busiest season of the year. With six sports in season and seasonal job opportunities opening, some students may stretch themselves too ...

The student news site of Piper High School in Kansas City, Kansas.
Featured