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Cafeteria worker Jennifer Zoccolillo prepares hash browns. These are part of the districts breakfast for lunch.

Alternatives and accomodations

Zahra Ateeq, Staff Reporter | September 28, 2021

Cheese pizza, chicken burgers, and granola parfaits. What’s for lunch? Although the answer is simple for many, students who have to accommodate food restrictions are less certain. To tackle these...

Illustration showing all Hispanic countries as well las the American Flag demonstarting the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Somos Hispanos

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter | September 28, 2021

Empanadas Argentinas, dough filled with meat or ham and cheese, cooked in the oven till golden and crisp. A savory aroma and taste that satisfies hunger, when sophomore Juan Karpow thinks of a good meal,...

The saxophones and trombones play during the Winter Springs half time. On Sept. 10, the group played Queen songs Dont Stop Me Now and Fat Bottomed Girls.

Getting the band back together

Nadia Knoblauch, Staff Reporter | September 24, 2021

The beat of the drumline, energy from the trumpets and flow of the marching band as they covered Queen song “Don’t Stop Me Now” excited the crowd for their return to Friday night lights. It was...

Coach Jay Getty prepares his team for practice. Among one of the many jobs Getty has is the head coach for the Cross Country team.

Running the show

Angelica Mendez, Staff Reporter | September 13, 2021

Athletic director Jay Getty starts his day around 4 a.m. By 5 a.m., sports updates are posted on Twitter and email announcements are sent, and by 5:35 his morning run is completed. By 6:20 a.m. he pulls...

One of Stricklands hoodoo rituals involves sage, a healing herb said to take away any negative spirits around you.

Hoodoo: a lost religion

Janell Lim, Staff Reporter | September 10, 2021

Carrying a bag of garlic and brimstone as a safeguard. Walking backward into one’s house and then forward to ensure that no harm will come. Showering money with salt and cinnamon to bring in greater...

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