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Athletic Trainor Megan Wilkens wraps varsity football player Bryson Bocks ankle.

Crossing the lines

Ava West, Sports editor | December 4, 2023

Sprinting across the field, varsity lacrosse midfielder Stacy Glover felt a pain shoot up her body. As a key player in the game against Vero Beach, she wanted to stay in the game, but she knew something...

Both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict have struggled with distorted media reporting. Students have had to do research on their own to cut through misinformation.

The gray area

Josephine Lim, News Editor | November 27, 2023

Americans remember Sept. 11, 2001 as a day of smoke, sirens, and fear. For Middle Easterners, Oct. 7, 2023 now holds the same place in their memory.  At 6:30 a.m. Hamas, an Islamic militant group...

Students in teacher Megan Thompsons Holocaust Studies class view images from the Holocaust on Friday, Nov 10. Thompson coordinated the lesson plans for Holocaust Education Week and gave her own students more in-depth assignments. We really can take our time and really learn about things in detail, Thompson said. They can see a lot of parallels in modern day life, and be able to say I dont want to participate in that. So. I think it gives them a broader perspective in life.

Social studies classes cover Holocaust Education Week

Grace Hilton, Staff Reporter | November 13, 2023

Marking 85 years since Kristallnacht, Florida schools recognized the week of Nov. 6 as Holocaust Education Week. In 2020, Governor Ron Desantis enacted HB1213, dubbing the second week of November as...

Due to the packed scheduling involving Homecoming, Halloween wasnt acknowledged. Less students celebrated at school.

The horrors of Halloween on a school day

Ava Strzalko, Staff Reporter | November 7, 2023

As a kid, there was nothing quite like the Halloween-themed crafts and celebrations that my elementary school planned.  Sure, most of the time at least half of my peers didn’t want to be there—it...

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