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Bringing relief

Bringing relief

September 20, 2017

With heavy rain and wind speeds up to 80 mph, Hurricane Irma bombarded Oviedo Sept. 10-11, leaving extensive damage. Irma passed but left many without power for hours, days, or even a week after repair work from Duke Energy and OUC, however, the hurricane...

Sports for non sports fans

Sports for non sports fans

September 5, 2017

Sitting in the bleachers Friday night, freshmen Celeste Dixon and Hannah Sanchez have no idea what is happening in the field below them. They are there for band, not for fun, but can not help but think the game would be more fun if they knew what was ...

A fresh start

A fresh start

August 30, 2017

The Pledge of Allegiance begins, and second period JROTC, with their hands at their hearts, recite the pledge. Last year, Lt. Col. Dale Johnson led the cadets, but now Col. Calvin Wimbish is in charge. Transferring from Cape Coral High School, near...

“We’re just talking”

“We’re just talking”

August 23, 2017

“One time, my friend and her boyfriend were trying to set me up with one of his friends. We decided to go see a movie because it’s an easy date,” junior Danielle Krietemeyer said. “I dragged my friend and her boy to see it with us to relieve the...

Adding a splash of color

Adding a splash of color

August 14, 2017

While students and teachers were taking a breather, the maintenance staff has been working throughout the summer to prepare the campus by detailing the school and giving it a new coat of paint. The maintenance staff deep cleaned the entire campus,...

Football hosts first youth camp

Football hosts first youth camp

August 11, 2017

The first through eighth grade football players from around the community lined up on the practice field, ready for three days of fun, and a camp they will never forget. The football team hosted their youth football camp from July 24-26 from 9 a.m. to...

Girls trip

Girls trip

August 9, 2017

Climbing the Eiffel Tower, taking a tour boat around Paris at night, swimming in the Mediterranean sea and walking around the medieval town of Nimes while eating Crepes sounds like anyone's dream summer. However, for six French class students,...

It’s all hours

It’s all hours

August 9, 2017

Summer is for the beach and relaxing, but for senior Michael Lynch, summer was for volunteering. Lynch hoped to receive enough hours to qualify for the Bright Futures scholarship. Before this summer, Lynch had never volunteered unless it was for honor ...

Learn & Drive

Learn & Drive

August 2, 2017

It was Monday morning and Sophomore Drew Baltz woke up knowing that he would have to ride his bike for six and a half miles from his home in Chuluota to Oviedo High School. Although a long bike ride, Baltz finds it worthwhile because of how helpful Driver...

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’13 Reasons’ popular, controversial

May 26, 2017

Netflix original 13 Reasons Why recently fueled a nationwide debate over the portrayal of suicide in the media. After its March 31 release, people of all ages voiced their opinions on the show, and while some believed it was more harmful than helpful,...

More studying, less stress

More studying, less stress

May 25, 2017

It is Sunday night, the day before exam week starts, and junior Austin Claris is trying to study for his Chemistry final in his room, but, with distractions all around him, he finds studying to be impossible. Like Claris, many have trouble finding...

Man up!

Man up!

May 24, 2017

Powderpuff cheerleading: awkward, manly guys trying to morph into the stereotypical vision of a high school cheerleader. This is exactly what junior Bryan Fajardo was thinking when he joined the junior powderpuff cheer team for a laugh. But as he cheered...

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