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One of the many posters Hannah Martin, who ran for vice president, posted around the school. Candidates for student government put posters throughout the school to get their name out there for votes.
New student government steps into office
Angelica Mendez, Staff Reporter | September 17, 2021

A new school year marks the start of elections for new student government officials. The student government elections for this school year took place Sept. 7-8 through students’ eCampus pages.  The...

ASL teacher Barbara Chaves signs with fellow teacher Grace Wilken-Yoder, who was the original ASL teacher at Hagerty. Chaves and Wilken-Yoder worked together when Chaves started teaching ASL in 1996.
Silence is golden
Janell Lim, Staff Reporter | September 16, 2021

No talking. No conversation. No sound at all, just hand gestures and facial expressions to communicate and hold a conversation. At the lower food court in the Oviedo Mall on Sept. 14, the American Sign...

The Husky Huddle and tailgate events are being held on Sept. 10. These events help boost school spirit.
Husky Huddle, tailgate highlight first home football game
Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter | September 9, 2021

To celebrate the first varsity home football game of the season, the leadership class is going big with a Husky Huddle and tailgate this Friday as a way to raise school spirit. The Husky Huddle will take...

Junior Nina Honda turns in her volunteer log form to the Building 6 guidance office. After visiting Counselor Corner the previous week, Honda wasa able to get each form signed and approved by her respective counselor and learn about the Bright Futures volunteering requirments.
Counselor Corner offers weekly help during lunches
Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor | September 8, 2021

The start of a new school year brings countless students to the guidance offices in search of answers, whether it be regarding college applications, online course registration, or volunteer hour forms.In...

James Lopez stands with and without a mask. The school board voted against a mask mandate this Thursday.
Seminole County rules against mask mandate
Reagan Eastlick, Staff Reporter | September 3, 2021

Hundreds of parents gathered outside the Seminole Education Center for a Seminole Country School Board meeting on Thursday, Sept. 2. They came with a specific mission in mind: to present their opinions...

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