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Abi Arends 

Abi Arends , Prowl Reporter

She may seem quiet in class, but when she has to speak in front of people she usually doesn’t talk to, her face will redden. Welcome to the life of a redhead.

Once you get to know her, though, she is very happy. Someone who loves to talk and laugh. Abi has been told her laugh brings a smile to people’s faces. Same with her smile.

Abi cares about people’s feelings. If someone looks sad, she’ll ask if they are OK. If someone is cheery, Abi will ask if someone possessed them because she’s never seen them that way before. Abi is a loving person and if anyone needs anything, advice, a hug, someone to rant to, she’s here.

Adds Adviser Cap: “Don’t underestimate this kid. She’s a go-getter. Photographer-in-training. Silent but strong. I’d bet on her. And if you’re having a bad day, make her giggle, ‘cuz you will too.”

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Powell High School students utilize Panther Time to work on school work in the art room.

NEW AND IMPROVED

May 26, 2021
Unusual soda flavors from left include Coffee, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Pickle, Zombie Brain Juice and Dirt.

THOUGHT BUBBLES

April 22, 2021
Swimmers, coaches and parents gathered in the PHS library on April 8 for the awards assembly.

MAKING WAVES

April 14, 2021
Prowl Associate Editor Lucyjane Crimm suffered serious sunburn in July 2020. Crimm has red hair.

FEEL THE BURN

April 9, 2021
Mr. Drew Gramlich (left) and Mr. Gideon Williams stand in the hallway at Powell High School.

THAT’LL TEACH THEM

March 11, 2021
The Powell School District recently purchased six buses like the one pictured here to replace those burned in the September fire.

OUT OF THE ASHES

March 2, 2021
A perfectly sized mug of chicken noodle soup mixed with carrots, celery, mushrooms and fresh chopped parsley. 

SOUP of the MONTH

February 17, 2021
Four of Powell High School’s five divers pose for a picture on Jan. 18, the day they got to come back from quarantine. (from left) Sophomore Ashtin Prentiss, junior Cole Frank, junior Caiden Gehrts and freshman Jonathan Hawley.

OFF THE DEEP END

February 1, 2021
(clockwise from top left) Baylee Brence, Emma Brence, Kathryn Brence and Charlee Brence.

SEEING QUADRUPLE

January 22, 2021
These shortages have affected a bunch of areas in the U.S.

A COUPLE CENTS SHORT

September 23, 2020
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