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Students smile for the camera

Students smile for the camera

October 23, 2020

All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will have their school pictures taken at school on October 30th. MyPCS students should report to the front office during their language arts classes.  If those students prefer, they can come after school on makeup day, Dec. 10th by making an appointment with...

Mural in St. Pete brings awareness to BLM movement

Mural in St. Pete brings awareness to BLM movement

Molly Jager, Staff Writer

October 19, 2020

        Artists painted a new mural in St. Petersburg to further spread awareness about the Black Lives Matter movement. With 16 letters involved in the phrase, 16 different local artists came together, and each person painted a different letter in their own style. The St. Petersburg...

Deputy Wolcott struts out of school like it’s 1991

Deputy Wolcott

Julianna Marlow and Catelyn Thomas

October 13, 2020

     Deputy Wolcott left Osceola High in 1991, with hopes to be an accountant, but his life took a different route instead. For the past 23 years, Deputy Wolcott has been in law enforcement. In 1996, he was accepted into the police academy. He explained, “If you fail anything in the po...

Cheering against Covid

Grace and Payton still enjoy cheer despite difficulties due to Covid.

Payton St. Cyr, Staff Writer

September 28, 2020

When school started up again, so did sports and activities. One of the sports getting into gear is the cheer team. This year, while students are easing into things, there are a lot of changes due to Covid. Serenity, 10th grade, said, “This year, there are a lot fewer girls, and having to practice with the ba...

Students cope with stress by shopping, socializing

One of the many ways students cope with stress is by going to the gym.

Rozlynn McNally, Staff Writer

September 24, 2020

These times are very stressful due to the pandemic and school starting. Some people cope with their stress in different ways, and everyone has something that calms them down in stressful situations. Some students like exercise to calm them down. Courtney Sipos, 10th grade, said, “I love to go on...

Students leave yearbooks behind

The yearbooks are in room 166 if you never picked yours up.

September 4, 2020

Students still have not picked up dozens of 2019-20 school yearbooks.  They are waiting in room 166.  MyPCS students can email Mrs. Deatley at [email protected] to arrange for pick up.

What about yearbooks?

These are previous yearbooks from OFHS.  The 2018-19 yearbook just received an Honorable Mention in the Balfour national publication,

June 1, 2020

UPDATE:  Students who missed drive-up yearbook pick-up can make an appointment with Mrs. Nolan at [email protected] or wait until fall to pick up their yearbooks.   UPDATE: As of 5/28, Balfour has not delivered the yearbooks to OFHS.  As soon as there is a date for delivery, a pos...

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...

Student leaders elected for 2020-21 school year

Drawing by Lauren Callahan.

May 26, 2020

Student Body President - Lizzy Adikes Student Body VP - Berklee Hofmann-White Student Body Secretary - Lauren Faria   Senior Class President - Haley Thompson Senior Class VP - Abigail Martin   Junior Class President - Taylor Loope Junior Class VP - Katie Kiesel   Sophomore...

Warriors’ dreams of spring sports fall short

Track is one of the spring sports that has been cancelled. (file picture)

Jeremiah Morris, Staff Writer

May 15, 2020

Due to Covid-19, all schools' spring sports have been canceled. At first the FHSAA postponed all spring sports until April 15th, but the pandemic became worse as time went on, so they officially canceled all spring sports and championships. This happened after Governor Ron DeSantis announced that schoo...

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