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The Student news source for West Shore Junior/Senior High School

The Roar

The Student news source for West Shore Junior/Senior High School

The Roar

PHOTO OF THE DAY: West Shore's Key Club organizes the carnations that were delivered for Valentine's day. Junior Chandra Sree (pictured, left) said that she loved being able to help organize and distribute the flowers. "Seeing people walk around the hallways with their carnations and a huge smile was definitely my favorite part," Sree said.

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Brevard Students for Change and Youth Action Fund collaborated in planning the rally on Feb. 6 at the Brevard Public Schools district building. “It really shows a sense of community and how important this issue is to have every single level of individuals coming out,” Sharma said.
Students hold rally against book banning at Brevard school board meeting
Ella Dorfman, Editor in Chief • February 10, 2024

Senior Anjani Sharma stepped up to the microphone outside of Brevard Public Schools’ district building to protest book banning on Feb. 6. In front of her stood a crowd of...

The concrete spalling in front of the guidance office consists of around 54 spots in the overhanging walkway.
Filling the cracks
Kristen Ye, Special to the Roar • January 29, 2024

Since the project of repairing the concrete spalling throughout the school’s campus began on Dec. 26, the contractor has discovered unexpected issues concerning the structural...

Illustration by Rhea Sinha
Academic assistance or artifice?
Mariam Hassan, Staff Writer • January 3, 2024

It's 12 a.m. and unfinished homework looms - 3 math problems remain alongside an English paper due tomorrow morning. Exhaustion creeps in as the workload taunts. You consider...

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Brent Faiyaz in action at Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando on Aug. 15.
Soulful serenade
Mariam Hassan, Staff Writer • October 27, 2023

After a little over a year of Brent Faiyaz's "Wasteland" album, he announced the drop of a surprise album "Larger Than Life" one day prior to its release on Oct. 27. A shock...

Illustration by Sofia Schaafsma
Evy Nigh, Staff Writer • October 19, 2023

The school’s new theater teacher Caroline Miller visited New York City last summer, just in time for yet another actors strike, which began July 14 and came to a close on...

Illustration by Anais Herrera
October 19, 2023
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Actresses reveal the shared struggles of stage fright among students
February 2, 2024

As the theater program begins to prepare for its production of "9 to 5" on April 5 and 6, Sofia Palermo recalls her early encounters with stage...

Illustration by Addyson Leathers
Life and limb
January 1, 2024

Between 2021-2022 alone 188 school shootings occurred ­— 95 more than the previous record holder, which just so happened to be the 2020-2021 school year, according to the...

While shuffling through English teacher Tamara Reis’ collection, sophomore Parker Wales searches for a form.
Paper overload
October 19, 2023
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Alumna Bree Ehmer plays against Lenoir-Rhyne at Florida Institute of Technology in the third round of the Division II NCAA tournament on Dec. 1.
Next level
Recent graduate Ehmer dominates college soccer
Drew Newlin, Staff Writer • January 9, 2024
Illustration by Halle Konicki
Game changer
District athletic funding transitions over time
Ashvika Maddikonda, Managing Editor • January 7, 2024
Junior Nicholas Miles tallies the final score following a 7-1 boys’ varsity soccer victory against Merritt Island.
January 2, 2024
Junior Audrey Sellenriek, senior Suriel Ramos, sophomore Reese Ransom and sophomore Micah Howard practice in the auditorium Oct. 25.
Out of time
December 18, 2023
Freshman Isabella Koch practices a cheer on Oct. 2.
Athletic exchange
October 19, 2023
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October 16, 2023
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