Question of the day with Mr. Bohnet about returning to school

According to Florida's governor, students won't return to school before the end of this school year.  This picture was taken several years ago during a freshman orientation.

April 29, 2020

Today's question of the day came from Logan.  He asked Mr. Bohnet, "After hearing that President Trump is encouraging some states to go back to school, could Pinellas County change its mind and bring us back before the end of the 2019-20 school year?" Answer: Mr. Bohnet said, "Governor DeSanti...

Teachers coping with the crisis

Mrs. Friend spent some time geocaching recently.

April 29, 2020

Just like many students, staff, and teachers, Mrs. Friend is trying to get outdoors safely. The language arts teacher recently went geocaching in Sawgrass Lake Park.  Using the free Geocaching app, you get coordinates to an area to start hunting. The caches can be any size from an ammo canister...

Teachers coping with the crisis

Teachers coping with the crisis

April 29, 2020

Mrs. Colton, just like other teachers, students and staff, is dealing with online learning and coping with the crisis. She said that she made her own mask, and recently wore it to pick up dinner at Ciccio's.  She said, "I was tired of cooking, and they had curbside, no-contact pickup."    ...

Student artists earn awards

Student artists earn awards

April 28, 2020

      According to Mrs. Gates and Mrs. Quimby, several Warriors have received awards for their artwork this spring.  Due to the pandemic, instead of celebrating at a ceremony in New York, students will be honored online June 4.   Ashley Ross received a Gold Medal at the Nation...

How to draw a bouquet on a card for Mother’s Day

How to draw a bouquet on a card for Mother's Day

April 27, 2020

Mother's Day is May 10th, and you can't exactly ask your mom to pick up a card for you at the store. Don't click on the video itself.  Click on the words "how to draw a beautiful bouquet of flowers" below to see and hear the video. Cassie shows you how to draw a beautiful bouquet of flowers and make a card for mom and grandma inste...

Students will skip exams

Students will skip exams

April 22, 2020

Yesterday, Pinellas County Schools announced that students will skip final exams this semester. Their semester grade will be an average of the third and fourth grading period grades. (Exception - AP and dual enrollment students should contact teacher about their exams.) IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS,...

BREAKING NEWS: Graduation will go on (maybe)

File photo

April 20, 2020

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Question of the day with Mr. Bohnet about Prom

This is a picture from a previous OFHS Prom at The Coliseum in St. Petersburg.

April 20, 2020

Mackenzie asked Mr. Bohnet today's "Question of the Day for Mr. Bohnet". When will you make a decision about Prom 2020? "It is still a wait and see situation with CDC, state and district level guidelines regarding the possible rescheduling of a Prom for this school year. We should know more as we g...

Freshmen react to online learning

Courtney Sipos, writer

April 20, 2020

It's official.  Students will attend school online for the rest of the school year.  So how are students feeling about doing their day-to-day lives all on a computer? Do they like doing online school better than traditional school? Madeline Mautz, 9th grade, said, “I like online sch...

Seniors see the good and bad in online school

This is a picture of last year's graduation at Tropicana Field.

Giselle Samonek, Staff writer

April 17, 2020

For weeks, students across the country have had to attend online classes due to the risk of contracting Covid-19.  High school seniors are especially disheartened, having to spend their last couple of months in isolation.  Students have been dealing with online school and the expectations,...

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