• Friday 9/22, Hispanic Society Club Presents: We are Latin America
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The Student News Site of Paschal High School


The Student News Site of Paschal High School


The Student News Site of Paschal High School


Day in the Life of a Polluter
Day in the Life of a Polluter
Tori Sky, Reporter • September 28, 2023
2023s Cell Organelle Election winners, the Golgi apparatus group, smile by their campaign poster. Group members pictured from left to right are Amelia Robbins, Avery Garcia, Caroline Rose, and Hedaya Karim
Organelle Election Season
Hedaya Abdul Karim, Reporter • September 27, 2023
Mason Lawrence takes on Lana Del Rey.
Man About Town: Lana Del Rey
Mason Lawrence, Reporter • September 21, 2023
Anna Schwartz and Eme Barrett pictured at the first football game
Upcoming Senior Deadlines
Madeleine Gil, Reporter • September 21, 2023
In photography club, students have access to DSLR cameras.
Join Photography Club!
Ram Verma, Reporter • September 21, 2023
Mums the Word
Mum's the Word
Hedaya Abdul Karim, Reporter • September 19, 2023
Courtesy of Ridglea theater
New Venue for Hoco!
Hedaya Abdul Karim, Reporter • September 19, 2023
Players pose for a celebratory picture after beating Arlington Heights. (Aug. 22nd, Instagram-@panther.volleyball.fwtx)
Volleyball Record Breakers
Gabe Caplan, Reporter • September 14, 2023
Paschal JSA students pictured at Fall State 2022 (Instagram-@texas.jsa)
All Views Lead at Paschal JSA
Maya Perez, Editor • September 12, 2023

The Impacts of Recycling Club

Reporter Tori Sky interviews the new Recycling Club president, Charlotte Patty, on the club’s plans for the 2023-2024 school year.

Record-breaking heat is becoming the new norm in Texas, an analysis of temperature data by The Texas Tribune shows, “as climate change steadily warms the planet and shifts the range of typical temperatures higher.” 

News like this hovers over us daily and as the current generation what will we do to preserve our planet for generations yet to come? Texas weather has inconvenienced everybody and has put people in active harm this whole summer. It might seem as if these weather patterns are out of your control but that is not the case at all.

Charlotte Patty, a junior at Paschal, in the past, has implemented her own environmental concerns on online programs and is now teacher recommended to run the Recycling Club. These are her goals to help Paschal find a way to contribute to a cooler and cleaner environment: 

The main focus of the Recycling Club

“Recycling paper is the easiest way to fight back this global crisis,” says Patty. “When recyclables are landfilled, they decompose anaerobically. This creates the greenhouse gas methane, which is even more potent than carbon dioxide.”

The city of Fort Worth is a big fan of recycling. (FTWtoday)

“If we recycle our waste at Paschal, then we can decrease these emissions! It’s so easy and can make such a big impact.”

How greenhouse gasses affect the planet 

According to the United Nations website, “As greenhouse gas emissions blanket the Earth, they trap the sun’s heat. This leads to global warming and climate change. The world is now warming faster than at any point in recorded history. Warmer temperatures over time are changing weather patterns and disrupting the usual balance of nature. This poses many risks to human beings and all other forms of life on Earth.”

This daily occurrence is something that flies over our heads but with the influence of the Recycling Club, we can all become aware of the power we hold against this crisis.

When/where does the Recycling Club meet?

The Recycling Club does not have a meeting place or time yet, but students who are interested can talk to Mrs. Anderson.

The Recycling Club will be back and better than last year.” – Patty

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Tori Sky (10) is a reporter for the online and printed Paschal Pantherette. This is her 1st year on newspaper and intends to carry on her moms legacy and report for the school newspaper . She spends a lot of time and money on concerts, she has a bad habit of buying clothing. Tori loves to read novels and runs the PHS art club.
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