The Spartans Speak

Circle closure causes traffic issues

Samantha Williams, Staff

October 10, 2019

On Aug. 28, the Pembroke Police Department released a statement through a Facebook post addressing the chaotic traffic situation that occurred on the first day of school and continues to occur.  The Pembroke Police Department decided to bl...

The HERO Club seeks ‘comfort and security’

Korah Canney - Goddard, Staff

October 10, 2019

While walking the halls, one might encounter a brightly decorated poster with an acronym that references an admirable character trait. H.E.R.O. (Helping to Educate Regarding Orientation) club was established at PA four year...

PA to honor Hall of Fame inductees

Mercedes Tether, Staff

May 3, 2019

On the Bicentennial Celebration on May 11, PA will induct six alumni/friend into Halls of Fame in athletics and performing arts, respectively.   Headmaster Mr. Famulari said in an email that there will be three people honored ...

The SAT’s leave juniors weary

Korah Canney-Goddard, Staff

May 3, 2019

The junior class waited in the gymnasium, seats assigned alphabetically in long rows and columns as ceiling fans circulated the stuffy air. On March 27, Pembroke Academy administered the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) to ...

AP exams to be administered in May

Indy Hurley

May 3, 2019

Each May students in Advanced Placement (AP) courses take AP exams to earn college credits. AP testing at PA will take place May 7-14.   On May 7, the AP Physics exam will be administered at noon. AP Literature and Compos...

‘Essential Knowledge’ competency possibly on the chopping block

Cam Nixon, Staff

April 5, 2019

The Pembroke Academy administrators made steps toward eliminating the “Essential Knowledge” competency for the 2019-2020 school year. The “Essential Knowledge” competency is included to measure midterms and final asse...

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