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The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

Greta Carrasco

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor

Greta Carrasco is a junior at Hagerty High School, and this is her third year on staff. She was born in Mexico and is fluent in both English and Spanish. Her favorite types of stories are opinions, and she enjoys writing about topics she's passionate about.

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Through out their high school career seniors have accumulated experience that have allowed them to grow to the person they are. Some of these events include theater, culinary, and cross country.

Golden Moments

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor
May 15, 2024
Chris Hale competes in a match during the 16U division. Hale started learning hockey when he was seven-years-old, joining the CFHC when he was twelve, and playing with the team since.

What’s your thing: Chris Hale

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor
November 29, 2023
Junior Alton Ashford prepares food for the residents of Benton House.  During his volunteering shift, Ashford prepares food, organizes events, and serves the elderly.

Lending a helping hand

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor
October 18, 2023
Freshman Kaitlyn Das wins two shows in Jumpers category. Das started horseback riding three years ago through a spring break camp.

What’s your thing? Kaitlyn Das

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor
September 19, 2023
Hagerty junior Lauren Chen enjoys playing the viola and is part of the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra. Chen spent her summer in Italy playing outdoor venues in Milan, Pavia, Venice, Perugia, and Rome.

What’s your thing? Laura Chen

Greta Carrasco, Online Editor
September 1, 2023
As the school is seeing a rising interest in Dual Enrollment classes, specially from rising freshman and sophomore. What have been the experiences of upperclassmen when taking DE or AP courses.

Duel it out

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
April 12, 2023
Although social media discussion usually lies within the effect of mental health, there are underlying issues that are not always addressed. The decrease in attention span is alarming and affecting students in many ways.

15 seconds too long

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
March 9, 2023
Girl Up secretary Jazlyn Compton recieves the products donated for the menstrual drive. The donation box can be found in Mrs. Duncans room, 3-204, where any students can bring in tampons, pads or liners

Girl Up organizes menstrual drive

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
January 30, 2023
Models of WW2 airplanes for senior Nathan Forrers aviation simulation. Modeling and Simulation fourth year students have been creating a year long simulation project.

With emphasis

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
December 7, 2022
Former alumni Kush Mathow speaks about his success as a young businessman. Entrepreneurship Club is planning to hold more meetings with different guest speakers and their success.

Alumni speaks at Entrepreneurship Club

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
November 18, 2022
With social media access, practically anybody can post whatever harmful content they want. Instead of interacting with the content, ignore it, they do not deserve the attention.

Why Andrew Tate is a problem

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
September 23, 2022
Zhenzhen Zhangs fifth period class consists of Chinese III, Chinese IV and AP Chinese. As students found passion for Chinese, the program has grown to help them expand their knowledge.

Chinese program continues to grow

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
August 29, 2022
Junior Diego Osorio works as a GES Research assistant after school. With tight schedules and almost no time at all, students find ways to adapt to a filled schedule with work and school.

Juggling work and education

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
May 4, 2022
AP Spanish stranded in Spain

AP Spanish stranded in Spain

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
March 31, 2022
Rocha starts Zoeys Basket

Rocha starts Zoey’s Basket

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
March 6, 2022
Disputes between opposing sides lead to chaotic arguments. Illustration depicts different forms of expressing anger.

Agree to disagree

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
February 6, 2022
Senior Michael Maschhoff and Marlie Tollefson reading curriculum guides.

Registration begins for 2022-2023

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
January 20, 2022
Senior Devon Hawkins on the podium after placing first in the state weightlifting competition.

Powering past expectations

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
December 7, 2021
Junior Ainsley Newton performing in Putnam County Spelling Bee as Olive Ostrovsky. She won Best of show during districts for publicity design.

Drama stars at districts

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2021
Katie Pollack displays her collection of plants containing  he monstera, moondrop plant, and money tree.

Plant moms

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
November 9, 2021
A bathroom lightly lit and a students worst nightmares. Representing bathrooms and their frightning enviroment.

Let me pee in peace

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
October 25, 2021
Illustration showing all Hispanic countries as well as the American Flag demonstarting the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Somos Hispanos

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2021

Virtual open house starts Sept. 7

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter
September 7, 2021
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