they have put into making The Chief what it is today, and allowing us to report the news to all who wish to hear it. I’d also like to thank our faculty sponsors, Dr. Soares and Mr. Blair, for their invaluable assistance and guidance in the program. I’d also like to give a special thanks to our co- editor, Sunshine Holt, who will be graduating this year. I personally have worked alongside Sunny for the past two years, and she has made innumerable contributions to The Chief . As Sunny leaves PTHS for greener pastures, we at The Chief would like to wish her the best of luck in all of her future endeavors, and will always remember her for her warm personality and outstanding penmanship. Finally, I’d like to thank you, our readers, for tuning in each month to see what events are unfolding at PTHS. Our readers come from all walks of life, and without them, there would be no paper. While current events may make the future seem uncertain, you can always count on The Chief to find and report the news, no matter what the future may hold. We will see you again in the fall with the next edition!
A NOTE FROM YOUR EDITOR
By Joe G i l mo r
Hey, everybody, and thanks for tuning in to this year’s final edition of The Chief ! This year has been quite the ride, and we at The Chief are excited to end it with a bang! Even though the halls are empty, PTHS has seen no shortage of student involvement as we continue to self isolate under Governor Pritzker’s social distancing guidelines. The PTHS Band has been hard at work creating a virtual rendition of our school’s color song, Key Club has elected next year’s student officers, and students have come together alongside others within the community to help those in need during these trying times. While it may seem more than a little unorthodox, writing this month’s articles has been a blast for all of our members. However, that doesn’t mean there has been any shortage of hard work. I’d like to take a moment to thank all of our writing staff and contributors for all of the time and effort