Who owns the D-pod? Seniors say it’s them

C.J. Olds, Geyser Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

Previously the D-pod has been used by upperclassmen to relax and even get work done. It has recently been the number one go to for some of the freshmen in the morning. The D-pod couches are filled almost every single morning...

Speech and drama’s record numbers place at state

February 13, 2019

This year’s Speech and Drama club had the largest number of students participating than in any other previous year, and they hope to have even more members next year. Out of the 13 members of Speech and Drama, nine qualified...

New drivers to hit the roads; it’s a slippery learning curve

Terran Speake, Geyser Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

The month of December never fails to bring excitement and festivities of Christmas, but it also carries in a load of sophomores into the DMV to get their license. They have been patiently waiting for six months for this...

Driver’s ed brings the classroom to the road

Eden Kirk, Geyser Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

For many teenagers, getting a driver’s license is associated with freedom. The driver’s education course is a route that several students take to get one step closer to this goal. According to the transportation director Jerry...

Looking Out the Window With Henry

Henry Cornwall, Weather Man

February 8, 2019

The weird winter weather has affected much of the country this year, from the mid-west being below zero to Montana having warm, almost spring like weather.   In Montana we are in the mid 30’s to the high 40’s most of the winter. The roads being clearer is just one of the many benefits of h...

Student teachers come to PHS

C.J. Olds, Geyser Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Harris, who is student teaching under Nancy Haglund and Brittney Hampson, is working to get her major in health enhancement and her double minor in family and consumer science. She takes interest in hunting, fishing and even cooking. She has...