2019

What’s the “matter” with Ms. Singh?!

March 28, 2019

By Miguel Cordero ’21 If you are a sophomore, you might know Neha Singh. However, do you really know her?  Do you know her struggles? Do you know her story? Well if you do not, […]

2019

Ms. Cross is back and better than ever

January 14, 2019

By Citlali Sanchez ’21 Sarah Cross, one of Pritzker’s favorite P.E. teachers, former cheer coach, and advisor was gone for a couple of months. Nina, her little girl, had kept her home in pajamas for […]

2017

New Environment, New Experiences

March 13, 2018

By Michelle Cruz ’20 Bryan Williams, who is a sophomore World History teacher and a junior Advisor, recently had an unforgettable trip to Thailand. Several students and teachers from Pritzker will be headed to Thailand […]

Class of 2017

Mr. Stosberg speaks at ASEEES

January 29, 2018

By Angel Zagal ’18   Phillip Stosberg, 12th Grade Russian teacher and assistant director of the jazz ensemble, spoke on Nov. 11 at the Association for Slavic, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies, better known as […]

2017

Stosberg hikes the Pacific Crest Trail

October 3, 2017

By Jonathan Rosales ’19 Summer break has come to an end for both teachers and students. Most likely, mostly everyone didn’t do anything during summer break, but that doesn’t mean no one did something interesting […]

Spotlights

Ms.Kaegi: русская учительница

March 9, 2017

By Christian Sosa ’20 Freshmen and sophomores may not know much about this Russian teacher for juniors and seniors and what kind of person she is. She is a really nice and interesting person. Some […]

Spotlights

How well do you know Mr. Stroud?

October 4, 2016

    By Jonathan Rosales ’19 A new teacher has decided to join the Pritzker family for this school year. The new teacher’s name is  Torey Stroud. Stroud teaches U.S history for 11th graders. Stroud was […]

Spotlights

What is Teach for America?

May 24, 2016

By Stephanie Valencia ‘17   Have you ever stood next to a teacher’s door, looked at their name tag, and noticed a line stating “Teach for America” and then the city they did TFA in? […]

Spotlights

Sarah Cross’ path of life

April 9, 2016

By Diana Gomez ’19, Dania Herrera ’19, and Styles Pinkston ’19    The whistle blows and the piercing sound of it bounces off the walls of the gym. Right away, students sprint across the gym. […]

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