Mr. PHS 2020: The contestants who never had their moment to shine

Eden Kirk

June 5, 2020

Once a year, Park High's finest volunteer to strut their stuff and share their talents on stage in the Mr. PHS contest, an annual fundraiser for the Business Professionals of America chapter.  In 2020, school closures and COVID-1...

Park choir teacher retires

Maddy Hall, Geyser Staff Writer

April 7, 2020

Going into the 20-21 school year, Park High’s staff will see considerable turnover, with at least five teachers who have announced their resignations. Nancy Curtis is one of them. After teaching choral music for 37 years, she ...

Haglund to retire after lengthy career in Livingston

PJ Tubaugh, Geyser Staff

April 7, 2020

Health Enhancement teacher Nancy Haglund will retire this year after 36 years teaching, 29 of them spent in the Livingston School District. Haglund will leave behind a lasting impact on many of her students, along with Park H...

Alternative college prep tests offered

PJ Tubaugh, Geyser Staff

April 7, 2020

All juniors at Park High are required to take the ACTs. What many don’t know, however, is that there are also other supplemental tests that you can take. Although there aren’t many options, the few that are offered are gr...

Park High volleyball coach leaves lasting impact after 13 years of coaching

Abby Kokot, Geyser Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

Ten years from now, who do you see yourself remembering from your past? Who was that person who made a difference in your life that you would love to catch up with years later? For Park High’s head volleyball coach, Joey Lane, she would hope that her na...

Coach Hahn continues to make a difference

Matt Lance, Geyser Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

Have you ever met someone that changes your life for the better? We all have those people who will always be in our memories because of their influence. Whether they motivate you to work harder or they are so good at thei...

4-H agent spends time at Park High

Kodie Booth, Geyser Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

When MaryAnne Keyes was in high school, she met 4-H agents who played games to help kids learn. “It seemed unreal that someone would get paid to play games to teach kids,” said Keyes, and that was how she knew that she wa...