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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...

Warriors treasure their Thanksgiving traditions!

The office is decorated for Thanksgiving.

Kylie Kagan and Johana Campas

November 20, 2019

The 28th of November could be full of friends, food and fun. Several Warriors say that for them, Thanksgiving is important to spend with the ones you love. Judy Morales, 10th grade, said, “I like to spend Thanksgiving with my family because I am grateful for all the things they do for me.” Gia...

Warriors painting their futures

These are some students who were featured for the Morean.

Azalee Nelson, Web Editor/Writer

November 8, 2018

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....

Math teacher wins $10,000

Ms. Richey teaches Geometry Honors and Algebra 2 Honors.

Vaughn Salcedo, Writer-General Assignment

October 18, 2018

Math teacher Mrs. Richey recently won the Barrett Family Foundation Award, which chooses math and science teachers that make their classrooms look exciting and motivate their students to learn. This award granted her $10,000 as reward.   What do you think about winning $10,000? "I think it...

Mitch wins prestigious award

Mitch Whitcomb head plant operator of Osceola.

Christian Mathis, Writer

February 7, 2017

Several faculty and staff members received "of the year" awards recently. Lisa Reitz is  Support Staff member of the year, Ana Alvarez is Teacher of the year, and Mitch Whitcomb is Plant Operator of the year.        According to Mitch, he was nominated for the award...

Top 5 Warrior Record pictures from 2015-2016

Top 5 Warrior Record pictures from 2015-2016

Christian Mathis, Writer

May 20, 2016

Some pictures used by The Warrior Record this year are good, some great, and others unbelievably breathtaking. While most pictures posted on The Warrior Record website are taken by our staff, there are occasions when a guest photographer’s picture was used. With summer just around the corner, stud...

Prom king and queen reflect on their evenings

Jamiia Spradley, right, and Wesley Morgan, left, take part in the traditional king and queen dance.

Brianna Patenaude, Writer

May 10, 2016

Osceola’s prom was this past Saturday, with juniors and seniors coming together at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg to celebrate the end of the year in style. As the night progressed, it came time to announce the winners of prom king and queen from the court of seniors who had been voted as finalists....

City art event showcases local talent

Art teacher Mr. LoCascio explains his students' art works to a visitor who stopped by the Osceola booth.

Johnette Williams, Journalism 1

May 3, 2016

Students from Osceola Fundamental High School had the opportunity to have their works on display at the first “Art in the Park” event held on Saturday April 23rd at Seminole City Park. The opportunity came about because, as Becky Gunter, City of Seminole Recreation Director explains, “We don’t ha...

“Faces in the Mirror” features faces from Osceola

Madison Palmer and Danielle Benson were among eight finalists who were a part of the Stanley Shalit Largo Library Short Story Contest.

Brianna Patenaude, Writer

April 21, 2016

“Faces in the Mirror” is the theme of this year’s Stanley Shalit Largo Library Short Story Contest. Entrants had to write a story that centered around the theme while adhering to certain guidelines, from number of pages to typing it double spaced with margins justified. Among the eight finalis...

Student work displayed in Museum of Fine Arts

Student work displayed in Museum of Fine Arts

Jordan Waits, Web Editor

April 14, 2016

  Over the weekend, two students had their artwork brought to life at the Museum of Fine Arts in Downtown St. Petersburg. The art works were visual metaphors. “A visual metaphor uses images rather than words to make the comparison,” according to the students' art teacher  Mr. Locascio. Juliana...

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