Valentine’s Day decorations brighten the office

Valentine’s Day decorations brighten the office

Vaughn Salcedo, General Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

   When it’s Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving or any other holiday, some offices in the school become decorated for that one holiday. Ms. Nolan, alpha clerk for students with last names P-Z, said she likes decorating for the holidays “because it makes everybody happy.” She also said...

Valentine’s DIY

Sierra Mckinney, Lauryn Watts, and Megan Heller

February 7, 2019


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♡ If you and your valentine plan on spending this special day together, you should consider making this easy and tasty snack. Serves: You and your Valentine   Snack ingredients: ♥️ Strawberry wafers (1 package) ♥️ Vanilla icing (1 jar) ♥️ Pink or red sprinkles (optional)   Beve...

A sweet gift

Ethan Tuttle, Sports Writer

January 30, 2019


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      Valentine’s Day is coming around the corner and the search for the perfect gift is on. Couples in every grade want to make their significant other happy, just like freshman Ryan Tong. Ryan said, “I want to get the best gift possible… I think that that comes from a homemade...

Winter break activities

Winter break activities

Ava Loshiavo, Sports editor and writer

January 23, 2019


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As winter break ended, many students talked about what they did and what happened. Some students went out of town, spent time with family, and maybe even relatives from out of state.  Freshman Lauren Faria said, ”I stayed at home and hung out with friends over break; it was still fun even though...

New year, new me

New year, new me

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor and writer

January 22, 2019


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Many students and teachers plan to make New Year’s resolutions. Some people follow through with their resolutions while others kind of just do them for a couple of days and then give up. One of the New Year's resolutions that freshman Dillon Secor made was “to do better in school.” Many students...

Candies, cookies, and cakes, oh my!

Candies, cookies, and cakes, oh my!

Azalee Nelson, Web editor and writer

December 17, 2018


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Sweets play a big role in the holiday season. Santa himself enjoys the typical holiday cookies. Many people enjoy giving as much as receiving. From fruit cakes to gingerbread houses, what sweets satisfy people the most? Some students said they liked cookies the most. “Makes me feel festive,” said...

Love for Education – Ms. Schuck

Love for Education – Ms. Schuck

Vaughn Salcedo, Writer-General Assignment

December 5, 2018


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After several years at another school, Ms. Schuck is back at Osceola. She teaches English and was a yearbook adviser at Dunedin for several years.   What do you think about teaching so far? "I taught English here at Osceola five years ago for several years, then I transferred to D...

Sweet but healthy

Sweet but healthy

Ava LoSchiavo, Sports Editor/Writer

December 4, 2018


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After school, students may be hungry and want to eat but not so much that they are not hungry for dinner. Healthy snacks are good for this type of situation. Some healthy options for snacks that students have at home would be fruit, carrots with ranch or maybe broccoli. These are easy to make and don’t...

Expectations and Realities of High School

Expectations and Realities of High School

Makenna Lenges, Copy editor and writer

November 28, 2018


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High school can be a different experience than what is expected. For example, high school isn’t exactly like the movies such as "High School Musical". There are many expectations that students have, but once entering high school it turns out that not all of those things happen.  That’s the reality...

Warriors painting their futures

Warriors painting their futures

Azalee Nelson, Web Editor/Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under Features, Spotlight on Osceola

A few students recently received awards for their excellent art abilities.  Ashley Ross and Tiavee Thach both created art that will be featured at the Morean Word & Image Art Show. The theme of the contest was “If…” They were to create an art piece along with a story that goes with it....

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