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Palm Harbor means business

Palm Harbor means business

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, ...

Prepare now with ‘Exam Jam’

Prepare now with ‘Exam Jam’

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

January 14, 2020

As students and teachers enter the third quarter of the school year, exam preparation is in sight. AP World Modern History teachers are promoting an "Exam Jam" preparation activity and are offering a mock exam to students enrolled in the course. Read below for all of the information.  AP World Modern Exam Jam&...

And I proudly represent…

And I proudly represent…

Rachel Giaquinto, Staffer

December 16, 2019

Superior, excellent, good, fair, or poor. The anticipation of what a student will receive on their individual event can be a nerve wracking time. Troupe 5590 traveled to Gibbs High School on Dec 7 to represent Palm Harbor University High School for the District 4 competition. Students prepared their own ind...

Habitat for Humanity ReStore: in the garden

Habitat for Humanity ReStore: in the garden

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 ...

In it for the drama

In it for the drama

Rachel Giaquinto, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

The loud music silences the students as fog fills the stage. A wrestling announcer voice booms over the speakers welcoming the 2019-2020 Drama Board on stage for the first drama club meeting of the year. The meeting had been in the works since August when the board did their first official meeting of...

Powderpuff girls take the field

Powderpuff girls take the field

Delaney Wildermuth, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

It’s Homecoming season, Palm Harbor! Time to show some spirit, watch some football, and dress to the nines. To prepare, Mr. Mullaney and the Powderpuff crew worked with the girls for weeks before their September 10 game.  Until about 5 years ago, the girls flag football game at Palm Harbor was ann...

What’s trending in 2019

What’s trending in 2019

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

All black or an oversized t-shirt? Girly and colorful or neon and chains? Vintage or modern? When walking around campus, multiple clothing trends can be spotted.  Sometimes, it seems as if we have leapt back in time when a trend first comes up. These days, dressing vintage has been super popular. B...

Senior Homecoming Court Profiles

Allyson May, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2019

With the new school year in session, Homecoming Court nominations have been voted on. Here are the reasons these four Seniors gave for why they should be voted for.   Nicole Tutak (‘20) Tutak ran for Homecoming Court because she wanted to try for the spot again and experience the fun of i...

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