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Pioneer Spirit: Throughout Sandy, Local Teens Stay Connected

Pioneer Spirit: Throughout Sandy, Local Teens Stay Connected

| October 30, 2012 | 0 Comments | Pioneer Spirit

One of Bristow Beat’s Patriot High School correspondents investigates how teens turned to social media to connect and stay informed about the storm.

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Pioneer Spirit: Patriot HS Student Body Maxes Out Building Capicity

Pioneer Spirit: Patriot HS Student Body Maxes Out Building Capicity

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments | Education, Pioneer Spirit

Although Patriot High School was opened last year with the intention of relieving overcrowding in high schools in western Prince William County, Patriot in its second year is now facing an overcrowding problem of its own.

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Patriot HS Students Raise Bar for Homecoming Invites

Patriot HS Students Raise Bar for Homecoming Invites

| September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments | Education, Pioneer Spirit

This year the seniors at Patriot High School set the bar even higher as evident by one junior who asked out the girl of his choice when he dropped a stuffed animal from a helicopter that hovered above school grounds after school on Sept. 12.

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Still Marching on, the Patriot Pioneers Begin Their Second Season

Still Marching on, the Patriot Pioneers Begin Their Second Season

After taking first place in the categories of marching and color guard at their very first marching competition last year, the students at Patriot look forward to continue making Patriot Marching band history.

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Pioneer Spirit: Patriot Football Set to Make Varsity Debut

Pioneer Spirit: Patriot Football Set to Make Varsity Debut

Although year one has come and gone, Patriot High School still has many firsts to check off its list. One of those, is fielding a varsity football team.

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Pioneer Spirit: Patriot HS Encourages Student Technology Use

Pioneer Spirit: Patriot HS Encourages Student Technology Use

| August 6, 2012 | 0 Comments | Education, Pioneer Spirit

Previously considered distractions to classroom instruction, students’ personal electronics will be allowed in Prince William County schools for the coming school year with the creation of the new “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) Policy.

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