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Science Olympiad competitors secure success at Regionals

Science Olympiad competitors secure success at Regionals

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

February 12, 2020

Test tubes rattle in the cardboard box as students rush from their outdoor set up to their next event at Science Olympiad Regionals. Hosted by Hillsborough Community College in Brandon, on Feb. 8 two teams of fifteen students from PHU faced forty-two other teams in events ranging from chemistry lab to g...

Palm Harbor means business

PHU FBLA winners sport their medals at Pinellas Park High School following the awards ceremony.

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

January 14, 2020

A new venue, a separate awards show, and the same members with a new level of success. Future Business Leaders of America members participated in district wide competition on Jan 10 at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg College of Business.  Competitive events include objective tests, ...

Habitat for Humanity ReStore: in the garden

Allyson May ('22) helps weed the community garden at the Habitat ReStore.

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

October 28, 2019

Volunteering at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore usually consists of stocking shelves, cleaning up the store, and organizing items. However, this time, six Habitat volunteers ventured into a garden. Over the past nine years, the Habitat ReStore in New Port Richey transformed a parking lot behind the store ...

19th St. closes, re-opens, and closes again

19th St. is blocked with road closed signs, a pile of dirt, draining water, and a CAT excavator. Residents living off of this road face issues with driving to and from places.

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

September 12, 2019

An excavator crane, pile of dirt, and drainage block the path to several Palm Harbor homes. 19th St. has closed, re-opened, and closed again within the past two weeks.   19th St. provides access to Palm Harbor zoned neighborhoods including Barrington Oaks, Arbor Glen, Pipers Meadow, and Sever's Land...

Habitat volunteers paint the block

Ryin Bennett goes to the adult on the home site to fill up her paint bucket.

Emma Behrmann, Assistant Editor

November 13, 2018

       A street lined with faded walls transforms into a colorful community within six and a half hours. Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization, depends upon volunteers to build and beautify homes. PHUHS Habitat members joined the organization for their special event. The...

Time for Club Involvement is Now

Students attend the second general FBLA meeting to learn more about the club.

Marla Mitchell and Emma Behrmann

September 10, 2018

As the year starts off, flyers cover the walls advertising the multitude of clubs available at PHUHS for students who are scrambling to join clubs in order to become involved with the school, the time is now. Clubs are an opportunity for students to interact with each other. Options range from Mu Alpha ...

Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 14, 2018

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing- ...

Computer based testing eliminates classroom time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 11, 2018

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing-...

Habitat for Humanity, a club that helps the community

Habitat for Humanity, a club that helps the community

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

January 22, 2018

An organization that brings together communities to build homes and hope for those less fortunate- Habitat for Humanity. This international non-governmental organization (NGO) is featured as a club at Palm Harbor University High School. Involvement in this club allows students to take part in builds,...

Christmas season lights up Pinellas County

Christmas season lights up Pinellas County

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

December 21, 2017

Christmas countdown: less than a week. With Dec 25 around the corner, and exams filling up everyone’s schedule, it may be difficult to get into the Christmas spirit. However, there’s nothing some Christmas lights can’t fix. There are several places in Pinellas County that students can visit...

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