Lost, but still not found

Lost, but still not found

Gabriel May, Copy editor and writer

December 7, 2018


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Do you happen to be missing something? Well, if you are, then there happens to be a wide variety of lost items such as backpacks, lunch boxes, phones and writing utensils at the lost and found in student services. Who would have thought you could lose a backpack in school? If you are missing an item...

3,2,1… SMILE

3,2,1… SMILE

Makenna Lenges, copyeditor/ writer

November 16, 2018


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Picture makeups were on Thursday, November 13th, and dozens of students decided to retake their pictures. The pictures taken will be placed in the yearbook. Students got pictures taken for different reasons. Riley Dansby stated, “I retook my picture because I missed it due to being sick”. Photographers...

Is archaic technology still needed?

Is archaic technology still needed?

Gabriel May, Copy editor/Writer

November 7, 2018


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Technology keeps advancing constantly due to new discoveries and inventions every day.  There is plenty of technology that once was useful in the past but now is obsolete.  An example of this is a typewriter. No one uses typewriters anymore due to the invention of the computer and the printer. ...

Boo! The flu…

Boo! The flu…

Kevin Lester, Sports Editor and Writer

November 5, 2018


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         Last  year the flu was a big problem for a lot of Americans. According to the CDC Centers for Disease Control, last flu season set the record high of child deaths with 183.  This number exceeded the previous high of flu deaths which was 171 in 2012-...

Warriors Donate to Help Hurricane Michael Victims

Warriors Donate to Help Hurricane Michael Victims

Lauryn Watts, Web editor/ Writer

November 2, 2018


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        On October 10th, Hurricane Michael hit Mexico Beach as a category 4 and devastated the area. Things will be much harder from now on for families and businesses located in the panhandle. After the storm, everyone is left with the responsibility of trying to get life back on tr...

Red Tide is Lingering Around Tampa Bay

Red Tide is Lingering Around Tampa Bay

Ryan Lueck, Copy editor/ Writer

October 25, 2018


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    Red tide is killing fish in Tampa bay and is not letting up. Fish are struggling to leave the waters and since the water is so dirty they get trapped in canals and they get trapped by the red tide. Captain Tom Campbell, out of Tierra Verde, is cleaning up the waters and stated, “A hurricane...

 Snore No More is now open

Ava LoSchiavo, Staff Writer

October 4, 2018


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                 The coffee cart has opened and people now can purchase coffee from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the cafeteria. One of the most popular drinks that students enjoy is iced coffee. Many people enjoy the coffee cart because it helps them get through...

School safety at stake

School safety at stake

Trent Warnock, Political Writer

October 4, 2018


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   With the general elections for the state of Florida just weeks away, candidates running in all positions are preparing. And with the recent school shootings, one of the major focuses of this election are school board candidates' platforms. They have the power to take safety measures that...

College football upsetting fans

College football upsetting fans

Ryan Lueck, Sports Writer

September 27, 2018


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   College football has started and it’s been a tough beginning for a few teams that have been good for the past years. For example, Kevin Lester was angry  about the fact that the Gators lost. “I think the Gators QB Philippe Franks is a bust and is one of the worst recruits Florida...

Art teacher takes over class

Art teacher takes over class

Makenna Lenges, Staff writer

September 17, 2018


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Mrs. Gates' high school art teacher told her that one day she will be teaching students herself. That was 15 years ago. Even in her free time, art is something Mrs. Gates enjoys even to this day. When she can, Mrs. Gates makes art and jewelry, and she sells her jewelry and art at local markets on Saturdays...

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