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 react to testing changes

Warriors react to testing changes

Jeremiah Morris, Staff writer

May 29, 2020

Due to COVID-19, all end-of-the-year exams and tests have been cancelled. Often, tests and exams help students with their final grades and their college futures. Some students are upset and disappointed because these tests really can define their grade. Some tests also help students determine what classes...

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...

2020 Senior video

2020 Senior video

May 14, 2020

 If you have any pictures you would like to add to the 2020 Senior video, please email the pictures to: [email protected]   Katie will need the pictures by Friday night. ...

Warriors boys varsity lacrosse season cut off early

This file picture is from 2019's practice season for the girls.

Kelli Slater, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

While most of us spent our last day at school without realizing it, others had their season cut in half and played their last game, not knowing it was going to be the last time they stepped on that field for the rest of the season. For some, their season was cut short as a freshman, but for others,...

Past rehearsal carries new meaning in the present for seniors

Seniors Carly Davenport and Sophia Paige rehearsed

May 12, 2020

Before spring break, seniors Carley Davenport and Sophia Paige rehearsed "I Will Never Leave You" for the now-canceled OFHS spring musical, "Side Show". Mr. Kevin Pace, Director of Theatre Arts,  videotaped that rehearsal and is sharing this video.  Mr. Pace said, "Sadly, Side Show will jo...

Teachers cope with the crisis

Teachers cope with the crisis

May 11, 2020

Instead of working in the school library these days, Mrs. Groshans is working at home, just like the rest of OFHS. She has a houseful!  "We have 6 people working at home right now between jobs and school.  It has been challenging to find quiet spots to work but we are getting through it...

Downtown St. Pete cheers for people on the front lines

Residents of downtown St. Petersburg come out on their balconies to cheer for people on the front lines.

Haley Wyble, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

Over these last two weeks, people have been going outside their apartments and homes in cities all over the world to cheer for the people on the front line. Every night at eight o’ clock in downtown St. Pete, residents, as well as sometimes ambulances, police cars and fire trucks take part. While...

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