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In recent years, SCPS policies have become increasingly cautionary, ultimately at the cost of students and teachers. SCPS must start thinking beyond what the state wants, and focus  instead on what their students need.

Seminole County needs to think for itself

Blueprint Staff | February 7, 2024

No books. No movies. And now, no social media. For two years, state laws, and Seminole County’s interpretations, have gotten increasingly restrictive. With the pretext of giving rights back to parents...

Junior Callan O’Connor makes last minute adjustments to team 4772’s robot before their qualifying match. Teams had been working on their robots since the beginning of the school year, and the league championships were the place to showcase their skills.

Robotics hosts Space Coast League championships

Josephine Lim, News Editor | February 6, 2024

While most people spent their Saturday morning sleeping in, junior Callan O’Connor walked into the school cafeteria with butterfly wings strapped to his back and toolbox in hand.  “I’m just really...

Head coach David Attaway explains the next drill to the girls at tryouts. Focusing on the basics of the game, Attaway must teach the team proper plays and strategies before their game against Oviedo on Feb. 20.

Girls flag football kicks off

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief | February 2, 2024

Senior Gabriela Jones watched her pass soar through the air at the perfect arc. Then, she watched as it hit the ground. For girls flag football, everything is new to many players—including catching....

Haibel drives a boat and looks across the water. At his Celebration of Life ceremony, his favorite songs, consisting of primarily Jimmy Buffet, were played in his memory.

Remembering Chuck Haibel

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief | February 1, 2024

Junior Preston Hearn poses with a large Red fish. Before any sucessful catch, Hearn carefully analyzing the fishs movements and find the best time to strike.

What’s your thing: Preston Hearn

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor | January 29, 2024

Preston Hearn spotted movement in the water. Looking closely, he found an Alligator Gar, a fish that can grow up to six feet long, swimming along the Titusville river bank. After getting within catching...

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