In 2017, PRHS was broadcasted all over the local news of fights breaking out on a day that was supposed to be peaceful. On the day of the “March for Our Lives” event, students were open with their political stances, which often doesn’t happen at the high school.

These fights, a fuel to the fire of the communities split-ness, created a divide for the rest of that year. Now, it seems as if the Bearcat community hasn’t grown from this split. Community Acceptance

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