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Kayla Barry

Kayla Barry, Assistant Editor in Chief

Kayla Barry is a senior and has been on The Smoke Signal for four years. This year, she is the Assistant Editor in Chief. She is looking forward to working with everyone and making this year a success!

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For this week's Kayla's Korner, PV senior Kayla Barry shares a playlist she made full of calming songs. This playlist can be found on Spotify.

‘I love music’

March 24, 2019
This week, PV senior Kayla Barry discusses why she takes social media breaks. She also talks about the importance of these breaks  on her mental health.

‘Put your phone down’

February 24, 2019
Senior Kayla Barry talks to someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. This individual shares her daily life dealing with OCD.

‘Living with OCD’

January 27, 2019
While in Peru for a service trip, PV junior Anna Urrea worked on cementing canals for the community. Here, she is with a local girl in Peru.

The value of volunteering

December 13, 2018
Dongmin Park participated in an exchange program and was chosen by PV senior Evan Ferioli and his family. Park will be returning to South Korea at the end of the year.

[Photo] Here for a year

December 12, 2018
Kayla Barry discusses her support system when dealing with mental health. This consists of herself, her therapist, her parents, her sisters, her friends, and The Smoke Signal Editorial Board and adviser.

‘Line of support’

December 2, 2018
Emma Stankus, a PV sophomore, will be going to Jamaica on Dec. 13 for a Christmas mission trip. She has been collecting donations for children in several areas of the country.

A trip for a cause

December 2, 2018
Kayla Barry shares the struggles she faces every day due to anxiety.

“I’m not ashamed”

November 2, 2017
LOL was hosted in the cafeteria on January 19.

OMG! Check out LOL!

February 2, 2017
Dinner and a show

Dinner and a show

November 17, 2016
Ready, aim... shoot!

Ready, aim… shoot!

January 27, 2016
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