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On the road to homecoming

On the road to homecoming
Lukas Goodwin, Lifestyles Editor | October 11, 2019

Hit me with your best shot

Junior Joshua Hobbs prepares to launch the dodgeball at the opposing team. Hobbs ' favorite part of the game was the mini student section created for another dodgeball team.
Zoey Young, Print Editor | October 5, 2019

The chants of encouragement coupled with applause from spectators was all one could hear outside of the annual homecoming dodgeball tournament.  The audience was a key component that contributed...

Seniors paint Paws on the Wall

Taylor Marshal (right) and Sarah Chandler (left) pose for their boomerang.
Alexis Madlang, Staff Reporter | October 3, 2019

Seniors dipping their hands into Hagerty blue paint, creates the same feeling they had when they used to finger painting in kindergarten. Putting their hand prints on the wall marks this as the beginning...

Students show true colors at annual talent show

Senior Joe Davis sings
Lukas Goodwin, Lifestyles Editor | October 2, 2019

Students show true colors at annual talent show After another talent show, hosted by TV Production as a part of this year’s homecoming week agenda, fan favorite senior Joe Davis brought things to...

Homecoming in high gear

Like last year's homecoming pep rally, this year's will be glow-in-the-dark themed and will showcase the various events from the week like Powderpuff. The pep rally will be on Oct. 4.
Andrea Izaguirre, Lukas Goodwin, Sophie Woodburn, and Chanson Cadet | September 27, 2019

Powderpuff sponsor and coach Elaine Sayre is “particularly excited” about Wednesday’s Powderpuff game, both for her football players as well as her cheer team. “Since the first practice, both...

Class of 2020 takes crown for most semifinalists in county

Senior Paul Handberg describes an image to Maya Pommet during a drawing activity in AP Art History.
Sharika Khondaker, News Editor | September 21, 2019

On Tuesday, Sept. 17, administration announced the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. This award is given to students who score in the top 1% nationally on the PSAT/ NMSQT. Ten students achieved...

Join the pack

Join the pack
Sharika Khondaker, Chanson Cadet, Parker North, and Milea Dozier | September 12, 2019

Theater students take center stage for Crucible

Sophomore Olivia Martin and freshman Lily Joseph practice lines for Joseph’s upcoming audition. She ended up landing the part of Mary Warren.
Sophie Woodburn, Staff Reporter | August 30, 2019

Junior Kelsey Curley walked on stage, electrified and ready to deliver her monologue. Nervous and excited, she gave it all she could, performing "Nell's Monologue" from Like Dreaming, Backwards. A monologue...

Remind out, School Messenger in

Sophomore Rebecca Rollins is checking School Messenger in between fourth period and lunch. She used the app to check if she had to do anything for Spanish or Key Club.
Leah Luedeman, Staff Reporter | August 28, 2019

IDs, lanyards, locked doors, code red drills and … School Messenger? With safety becoming a more important issue, Seminole County looked through everything, including applications, to deem if they were...

Admin introduces new layer of security: lanyards

Admin introduces new layer of security: lanyards
Laura Shaw, Staff Reporter | August 23, 2019

I forgot it at home. It’s on my kitchen counter. My dog ate it. I left it in my car. Excuses formerly used for forgetting homework, now used for forgetting an ID.  Starting this year,...

Administration introduces new parking system

Students in the red lot leave school for the day. This lot was for those with six or seven classes on campus.
Lukas Goodwin, Lifestyles Editor | August 20, 2019

Last year, campus parking was all about the numbers – each student who purchased a spot used the same spot all year. This year, the administration transformed the old system into flex lots. Depending...

Seminole County restates decision to not arm teachers

SRO David Attaway talks to students before class.
Andrea Izaguirre, Staff Reporter | May 28, 2019

Addressing the support of recent gun legislation passed by the House Education Committee on March 16 aiming to arm school employees, debate has been sparked between counties such as Flagler, Volusia, Orange...

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