• 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.

Spring into break with this sweet treat

Spring into break with this sweet treat

Kelli Slater and Riley Jamo

March 13, 2020

Here’s a sweet treat to surprise your friends with over spring break. This makes about 4 dirt cups but just double it as you need. Ingredients: Chocolate Pudding cups Oreos Gummy worms Pastel Sprinkles   Instructions: Start by putting about 10 Oreos in a bag and crushing them to your liking. ...

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...

Students riled up for spring break

Students riled up for spring break

Kylie Kagan

March 12, 2020

With spring break right around the corner, many students' excitement has already begun. Whether they plan to stay in bed, sleep in or travel to another state, students are looking forward to every day closer to the one week off. Spring Break begins on March 16th this year, which means it is less than...

Ten years in trends at Osceola

Ten years in trends at Osceola

Alyssa Owens and Katie Gonzales

March 12, 2020

As time flies by, new styles come out and trends are made, as readers of The Warrior Record can see. Here's a look at fashion, books, and television trends.... then and now. -Fashion Then: Fedoras vs. Now: Bandannas Then: Leather jackets vs. Now: Hoodies Then: Lacy shirts vs. Now: Crop tops Then: Yo...

Baseball season begins with a bang

Baseball season begins with a bang

Tristan Fondren, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

With the spring season starting for the Osceola Warriors baseball team, the players are getting ready for a successful season. They are getting the year off to a great start with  5-1. Starting Center Fielder Michael Doyle, 11th grade, said, “I feel like the season will be great by how fast...

Warriors share what they want in vending machines

Warriors share what they want in vending machines

Payton Pope and Courtney Sipos

March 11, 2020

There are many different snacks and drinks that the vending machines have to offer. The machines sell Gatorade, Kickstarts, Propel, and water. As for snacks they offer a wide range of chips and other yummy snacks. The snack/food options in the vending machines cost $1.25, and the all drinks cost $1.50....

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...

Softball is off to a running start

Softball is off to a running start

Courtney Sipos and Payton Pope

March 10, 2020

Softball season has just started and that means welcoming back old players from last year and working new freshmen into the team. For these new freshmen, there are many things they have learned so far this season.  Enslie Lloyd, 9th grade, said, “The experience I’ve had on the team has b...

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