• March 4Exam exemption attendance policy suspended. (Parent phone call)
  • October 11This year's graduation date is May 21 at Tropicana Field, 6:30 p.m.

Warriors set their clocks back to spring

Warriors set their clocks back to spring

Kylie Olson, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Daylight savings starts in the spring when we lose an hour and then ends in the fall when we gain an hour. Daylight savings time originally started in 1784 when Benjamin Franklin wrote a letter to the tour de Paris which explained his thoughts on how it was so dark in the morning and so light in the...

Belle of the Ball offers free dresses to students

Belle of the Ball offers free dresses to students

Alyssa Owens, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

     As prom creeps closer, students will be picking out their attire. Belle of the Ball is a non-profit organization that provides dance dresses to students with low household income. It is a “100% volunteer organization,” and dresses are provided by students by donation. The...

Cleaning for Corona

Cleaning for Corona

Payton Pope, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

            With the Corona virus entering Florida, many students are starting to worry that they may catch the virus. This is the newest virus that has evolved from China and is now all over America. The Centers for Disease Control reports that majority of the cases...

Find a pot of gold at St. Patrick’s Day festivities

Find a pot of gold at St. Patrick’s Day festivities

Kelli Slater and Riley Jamo

March 10, 2020

DOUBLE CHECK BEFORE ATTENDING... MANY EVENTS IN THE AREA ARE CANCELLED With St. Patty’s day coming up, consider going to some of the festivals around the area. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrating the death of the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick. Every year, it is celebrated on March 17th, the day of...

Myths vs. facts about the Coronavirus

Myths vs. facts about the Coronavirus

Johana Campas, writer

February 28, 2020

There are many untruthful statements about the Coronavirus. Here are a few myths about the Coronavirus.  According to hopkinsmedicine.org, “A vaccine to cure COVID-19 is available.” There is no vaccine for the Coronavirus right now. It takes a long time to create a vaccine, especially for a...

This week on O-Town Live

This week on O-Town Live

Alyssa Owens, staff writer

February 18, 2020

    O-Town Live is a morning show hosted by students featuring news that is important to Warriors. The show was down Monday and Tuesday of last week, but was back up for students on Wednesday. Here’s what you missed this week on O-Town live:   Friday, January 21st is the last day to...

The perfect balance

The perfect balance

Courtney Sipos, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

Participating in sports while going to school can be very hard for students to balance. Doing sports can take up a lot of time and focus, and doing all of this while studying can be very difficult. According to Florida National University, “At the end of the day, athletics is an extracurricular...

On this day in history

On this day in history

Katie Gonzales, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

Many important events happened on January 31st. Here's a look at what happened on this day in history. On this day 49 years ago, a space craft was launched. According to History.com, on this day in 1971, Apollo 14 departed for the moon. History.com said, “Apollo 14, piloted by astronauts Alan B. ...

Warriors stuffed up with common cold

Warriors stuffed up with common cold

Katie Gonzales and Alyssa Owens

February 5, 2020

    As cold and flu season continues, students are experiencing the common symptoms that come with it. The school nurse said students usually come in experiencing “coughing, stomach aches, nausea, vomiting, and some say diarrhea.”     He also said the number of students unexpectedly...

Top three news stories of the week

Logan Ferrell, staff writer

February 4, 2020

Hello, Warriors! My name is Logan Ferrell, and these are your top 3 news stories of the week. Number one: Wuhan Coronavirus causes international concern  As of Monday, February 3, the Coronavirus sweeping the world has killed nearly 300 people and infected nearly 18,000. There are mask...

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