Warriors react to testing changes

Warriors react to testing changes

Jeremiah Morris, Staff writer

May 29, 2020

Due to COVID-19, all end-of-the-year exams and tests have been cancelled. Often, tests and exams help students with their final grades and their college futures. Some students are upset and disappointed because these tests really can define their grade. Some tests also help students determine what classes...

Warriors work through Coronavirus

Before spring break, staff members of The Warrior Record posted updates about the virus in the hallway. Now students are dealing with the virus in their workplaces.

Giselle Samonek, Staff Writer

May 27, 2020

   Although the world has been in lockdown for nearly three months now, some places are starting to reopen despite the high risks of catching COVID-19.  As most of Florida reopens, students have mixed opinions on the events surrounding the pandemic and how the country and state have ha...

Students look forward to getting out of “quarantine”

Going to the beach is a popular activity that students miss.

Kylie Olson, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

While the world at large has been put on hold because the Covid-19 pandemic, many students face online schooling. Because all students are isolated, they don’t get to do the things they would normally enjoy doing, including hobbies and activities like going to the beach, hangin...

Warriors are missing friends

Seniors Carly Davenport and Sophia Paige rehearsed

Courtney Sipos, Writer

May 7, 2020

With COVID-19 happening, lots of people have had to change their lives and lifestyles. School will be online for the rest of the year.  So how do students feel about this? Serenity Baker, 9th grade, said, “I’m very upset. I miss all my friends and wish I could go back. I can’t believe my...

Students spend time safely

Students spend time safely

Giselle Samonek, Staff Writer

May 4, 2020

It’s hard to determine how long the pandemic will last, so many people are looking for things to do with all this newfound time. Two students say you can spend time safely and still have fun. Emma Lloyd, 12th grade, said that when she’s not doing schoolwork, she spends her time reading. A boo...

New ways to keep stress down while cooped up

Vinny the turtle, who lived in Mrs. Copello's classroom, is an example of a pet.  Your pet can help you relieve stress according to Psychology Today.

Alyssa Owens, Staff writer

May 4, 2020

At the beginning of the fourth grading period, students transitioned into online school. Since there was no warning, and no training course ahead of the transition, it has been a rough adjustment period for some students. Katie Gonzales, 9th grade, said, “Online school has been tricky for me because...

Teachers coping with the crisis

Mrs. Friend spent some time geocaching recently.

April 29, 2020

Just like many students, staff, and teachers, Mrs. Friend is trying to get outdoors safely. The language arts teacher recently went geocaching in Sawgrass Lake Park.  Using the free Geocaching app, you get coordinates to an area to start hunting. The caches can be any size from an ammo canister...

Teachers coping with the crisis

Teachers coping with the crisis

April 29, 2020

Mrs. Colton, just like other teachers, students and staff, is dealing with online learning and coping with the crisis. She said that she made her own mask, and recently wore it to pick up dinner at Ciccio's.  She said, "I was tired of cooking, and they had curbside, no-contact pickup."    ...

How to draw a bouquet on a card for Mother’s Day

How to draw a bouquet on a card for Mother's Day

April 27, 2020

Mother's Day is May 10th, and you can't exactly ask your mom to pick up a card for you at the store. Don't click on the video itself.  Click on the words "how to draw a beautiful bouquet of flowers" below to see and hear the video. Cassie shows you how to draw a beautiful bouquet of flowers and make a card for mom and grandma inste...

Warriors speak out about online school

Focus is one of the sites used by students for online school.

Kylie Kagan, Staff writer

April 24, 2020

High school can be a challenge as it is, but due to the global pandemic of the Coronavirus, things are changing. With school no longer being at school, and students having to do all of their work from home, this has posed as an issue. Not everyone has the same learning environment at home, so this can...

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