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Flu, what’s up with you?

Jacob Costantino, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


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It’s better to get a shot than end up in the lobby of a pediatric health care professional, because this year, the flu might get as bad as the 2014-15 flu epidemic. For this reason, The Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) is urging people to get ready for the next big flu season. “Because...

Dealing with teacher stress

Caitlin Lucas and Emma Bianco

October 3, 2018


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 Every year, when the time is due for students to return, the anxiety levels of everyone shoots up, including teachers. As the school year progresses, stress increases more and more.  “It’s different than when I first started teaching because when I first began, I automatically ass...

Red Tide Reaches Tampa Bay

Red Tide Reaches Tampa Bay

Madeleine Katz, Online Editor

September 27, 2018


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After edging up Florida’s west coast from Sarasota, red tide has finally made its way to Tampa Bay. The shores of Pinellas County’s beaches are littered with the bodies of dead fish and other sea animals. The deadly algae bloom doesn’t only harm sea life, but can harm humans too. Respiratory...

Coolside’s Glow Up

Coolside’s Glow Up

Allyson May, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018


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Coolside Gelato is favored by most people in the Palm Harbor area. They opened in 2013 and their business has had a great breakthrough. They’ve gotten pretty popular with the public by being featured in the news many times. However, the owner, Leila Barbara, is giving her position off to someone els...

Cast Your Ballot

Cast Your Ballot

Erin Behrmann and Eli Thompson

September 14, 2018


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It’s that time of the year where campaign posters hang from the walls and students attempt to sway their peers to vote them for class president, vice president, secretary, or treasurer. The Student Government Association (SGA) is a great way for students to voice their opinions. Students elect who...

IB Done

IB Done

Kate Hamric, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018


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Four years are over and 103 students have something big to celebrate. The International Baccalaureate senior class of 2018 gathered together on April 29 at Innisbrook to celebrate their hard work over the years. At 3 p.m. the senior students arrived at Innisbrook hall to begin taking their final senior...

Exam schedule

Exam schedule

Michael Santini, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2018


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Whether students are ready or not it’s exam time. This means there are four days of finals with a gap between one on Friday to the rest on Tuesday and forward. Each day will have two exams expect for the last day for both the seniors exams and grades 9-11 exams, where there will be one test. The...

Florida Heating up

Florida Heating up

Michael santini, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2018


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This year many Floridians were surprised to find that multiple times we had broken records for the hottest days during February and averaged hotter days then last year. Over the course of February this year people would find that 2018 did have the hotter temperatures over February. This is found in ...

Pinellas County School District Considers Changing School Start Time Next Year

Pinellas County School District Considers Changing School Start Time Next Year

Madeleine Katz, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2018


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Pinellas County School District is considering following Hillsborough County’s lead and having high schools start about 20 minutes earlier next year. According to the Pinellas County school district, the change in start time would only affect high school students and the start times for middle and ...

Twitter No Longer Advocates Free Speech

Twitter No Longer Advocates Free Speech

Madeleine Katz, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2018


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Most people think of twitter as a social media where they are free to speak their mind, but Twitter no longer values free speech, and Twitter employees have admitted to shadowbanning accounts that post their conservative opinions. Twitter is now working to prevent people from talking about pro-Trump...

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