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The other side of the mask

The water fountains are covered up to keep students safe from COVID.

Molly Jager, Staff Writer

September 28, 2020

Pinellas County Schools are taking numerous precautions to keep students and staff safe from Covid-19.  The Pinellas County Schools website declares that all parents and students will be notified if there is a case at their school. A precautionary quarantine will take place for any students who ha...

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...

FBLA members will meet again

FBLA members will meet again

September 24, 2020

For any student interested in joining the Future Business Leaders of America club, the first FBLA meeting is Tuesday September 29th at 1:40. The meeting and membership information can be found on the school website on the clubs page.

Teachers talk about second jobs

Lia Gonzalez and Sydney Thompson

September 23, 2020

Many teachers have second jobs to earn money. Although teachers work many hours, their paycheck sometimes isn’t enough.  Many teachers obtain a second job so they can afford all of their expenses. Some teachers have another job outside of school that students might not even know about. Some of...

The choice is yours

Miles Johnson and Gabby Davis show their different learning styles.

Gabby Davis and Miles Johnson

September 22, 2020

OPINION With the option of doing virtual school or going back in-person, there's a lot to think about. There are pros and cons that come with each choice. After a few weeks of reflection, Miles Johnson, 9th grade, and Gabby Davis, 11th grade, share their opinions on their decision. Miles, who chose to go back to in-person,...

First place Rays dominate Yankees

Ms, Herring loves the Rays!

Miles Johnson

September 11, 2020

Update:        The Rays are still holding on tight to their No. 1 Seed Spot. The Toronto Blue Jays have pushed past the New York Yankees to be the second-place team. The Yankees are in a key series against the Blue Jays. The Rays face the defending World Series Champions, National...

Ms. Guccione hopes to paint a new future with Warriors

Ms.  Guccione hopes to paint a new future with Warriors

Lily Watts, Staff Writer

September 10, 2020

Osceola High has a new art teacher. Her name is Ms. Guccione- (or Ms. Gucci, for short).   1.  What made you decide to become a teacher, and how long have you been teaching?  Ms. Guccione has always loved art. In eleventh grade, she asked her high school art teacher what job she thought she should apply for, and she told Ms. Gucc...

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.

Question of the day with Mr. Bohnet: exempting exams

The halls are much emptier this year. 
Due to Coronavirus, exam exemptions will not depend on attendance.

August 28, 2020

For students who are wondering if they can have more than four absences and still be able to exempt exams, considering that students are urged to stay home when feeling sick, there is an answer. Mr. Bohnet stated that grades, allowable exemptions per semester, and grade level are all still being applied...

Warriors back on the battlefield

Osceola's new football coach, Coach Montgomery talks to the newspaper class about the upcoming season.

August 26, 2020

Coach Montgomery spoke to the Warrior Record Staff today about the upcoming football season.  Coach said that the football season is on with new capacity rules.  Only 25% of the capacity in the stands may be filled.  Cheerleaders will be there, but band will be limited.  Many of the available ...

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